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Sunday, 30 October 2011

Siri Apple iPhone 4 hack gets Apple server support

Apple disappointed many iPhone 4 owners with the news that Siri, the digital personal assistant technology, would only be available on the new Apple iPhone 4S, and efforts quickly began to hack Siri onto the older smartphone. Developer Steve Troughton-Smith got the local app running with no problems, but faced Apple’s servers refusing to play ball with anything but the newest iPhone. Now, with the judicious application of some validation tokens from an Apple iPhone 4S, it’s possible to get Siri on the iPhone 4 and iPod touch up and running, even without official support from Apple itself.

“It does require files from an Apple iPhone 4S which aren’t ours to distribute, and it also requires a validation token from the Apple iPhone 4S  that has to be pulled live from a jailbroken Apple iPhone 4S, and it’s about a 20-step process right now” Steve Troughton-Smith, developer
Still, you shouldn’t expect to see a public release of this particular Siri hack any time soon, at least from its original developer. Troughton-Smith told 9 to 5 Mac that he viewed it as a proof of concept more than anything else, to demonstrate that the iPhone 4′s single-core processor was up to the task of running Siri and that, in short, Apple’s decision to limit it to the Apple iPhone 4S  was one of product positioning.

Siri on iPhone 4:
Meanwhile, a second video has already demonstrated Siri running on the iPod touch, though in this case there are some hardware limitations. That’s around the iPod’s microphone, however, which is less sensitive than that of the iPhone 4/4S: Siri demands a strong, clear voice if it’s going to pick up any commands. No word on whether it’ll run on the iPad yet, though the local app has already been demonstrated as functional on Apple’s tablet.

Siri on iPod touch:
Siri is expected to be Apple’s primary strategy with the oft-rumored Apple television, with the latest rumors suggesting Steve Jobs envisioned a voice-controlled HDTV running iOS and using the intelligent spoken command system to bypass the traditional remote. More on Siri in our full Apple iPhone 4S review.

Tuesday, 18 October 2011

Apple iPhone 4S (Steve)

A total of four million units of iPhone or Apple iPhone 4S 4 Steve has been sold after the third day of the official launch on October 14.

Apple Company also received an order of 1 million units through on-line sales for the
Apple iPhone 4S, more than 600 000 thousand units compared to earlier models.

Apple iPhone 4S was introduced to the public the day before the death of its chairman Steve Jobs, this model was initially regarded as not appropriate for the customer for their physical appearance is similar to earlier models of the Apple iPhone 4.

However, the unique feature of voice recognition applications are known as the Series has received positive feedback from users to help increase its sales.

Credit: Resources & Images, Reuters

Sunday, 16 October 2011

Apple iPhone 4S Model
Apple iPhone 4S now already launched, this is the model that everyone waiting so long and want to buy.
The design of Apple iPhone 4S still same with Apple iPhone 4, but the features is different, the Apple iPhone 4S features have a lot of new apps, not only it's OS and A5 processor.

My opinion is Steve Jobs want to maintain the idea of Apple iPhone 4 design but inside the Apple iPhone 4S contains a lot of his ideas of future for new Apple CEO.
Maybe after Apple iPhone 4S will be really different under Apple new CEO, hopefully Tim Cook will come with new idea that can make Steve Jobs and Apple fans proud.

Friday, 14 October 2011

Lack of excitement for Apple's new Apple iPhone 4S

Apple iPhone 4S

TYLER - An apple announcement earlier this weeks introducing a new iPhone has left many of there customers feeling a little disappointed. Rumors have flown over the last year about Apple's new iPhone.
Many were expecting a sleeker design and new features, and for it to be the Apple iPhone 5 but, what apple recently released, is just an upgrade of the Apple iPhone 4, called the Apple iPhone 4S. Leaving some a little less excited about the new phone.

Gabriel Wade, and East Texas college student, tells KETK, "I think some people were disappointed because some people were like the Apple iPhone 5 is coming out but then they were like well, it's 4S."

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Apple iPhone 4S

Apple is expanding its carrier availability in the US. AT&T and Verizon are its main carriers in US and now, according to the latest rumors, Apple’s iPhone4S is coming on Sprint and Apple is going to expand its carrier availability, Sprint T- Mobile and China Mobile will be included in its carrier by the end of the year. iPhone 4S include minor cosmetic changes, better cameras, A5 dual core processor and HSPA+ Support. It has improved qualities as compared to previous versions and iPhone4. It is coming with 8 megapixel Camera, faster downloads speed, and has much better graphic performance.

Apple iPhone

According to the analyst report, iPhones are flattening out at both AT&T and Verizon and addition of two new big carriers in United States would definitely give them a big boost both in sales and market share. There are some people who will simply not leave their carrier under any circumstances, and for Apple to get those people, they need to be on those carriers that is why Apple will likely announce Sprint, T-Mobile and China Mobile as new carriers.

Apple iPhone 4S has an aperture of f/2.4

Apple iPhone 4S
The new camera has an 8 megapixel sensor. That's 3264 x 2448 for you pixel counters out there. That means you can print out an 8 x 10 photo, said Schiller.

The new sensor is 33% faster at taking photos, he said, addressing one common complaint about the iPhone camera

The lens has five elements, he said, that makes the photos sharper. And it has an aperture of f/2.4 -- helpful for taking photos in low-light settings like Apple keynotes.

The Droid Bionic takes 3.7 seconds to take a first photo, while the iPhone 4S takes 1.1 seconds, he said.

Bionic users have to "go get coffee" in between taking pictures. Photo buffs may well be drawn to many of these features -- Apple is making a play to turn the iPhone 4S into the new walk-around camera.

Schiller is showing off some impressive photos taken with the 4S, which includes several which have SLR-like depth of field effects, and the ability to stop motion.

The new iPhone will record 1080p HD video, and includes image stabilization features.

Airplay is Apple's system for streaming media to different devices, such as AppleTV. The iPhone 4S, like the iPad 2, will have "Airplay Mirroring," which allows you to show exactly what you're seeing on the phone screen on a big-screen TV via an Apple TV.

The iPhone 4S is "the most amazing iPhone yet" -- he said. And there is one more thing about it ... voice control.

"What we really want to do is just talk to our device," he said. Now Schiller is introducing "Siri," -- the "intelligent assistant that helps you get things done just by asking."

Last year, Apple bought a start-up called Siri that was working on these features. This is the first time Apple is showing off what it hopes to do with its technology.

Scott Forstall is back on stage demo-ing Siri, which he says is a dangerous thing to do for voice activated software in front of a group of journalists.

Forstall presses and holds the home button on the iPhone and asks his phone what the weather will be like, and it pop ups up the weather. He then asked it "Do I need a raincoat today?" Siri answers: "It sure looks like rain today."

Thursday, 6 October 2011

R.I.P Steve Jobs

Apple's Steve Jobs has died from cancer at the age of 56, a premature end for a visionary who revolutionized modern culture and changed forever the world's relationship to technology through inventions such as the iPad and iPhone.

"We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today," the California-based gadget-maker's board of directors said in a statement released after his death on Wednesday, surrounded by his family.

"Steve's brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve."

Tributes flowed in from around the world for Jobs, while Apple fans flooded social networking sites to voice their sorrow at the passing of the man who helped put mini computers in the shape of phones in millions of pockets.

Ordinary people, many of whom learned of his death on their iPhones and iPads, swamped Twitter using the trending hashtag #thankyousteve to pay tribute to Jobs "for all you have done for this generation," as one person tweeted.

Another called on Jobs to make an "iHeaven to connect us with God."

Jobs was just 21 when he founded Apple Computer in 1976 with his 26-year-old friend Steve Wozniak in his family garage.

From such humble beginnings the company, with its ubiquitous trademark of an apple with a bite taken out of it, grew to eventually become one of the world's most valuable firms.

In July, Apple's second quarter profit hit $7.31 billion on revenue of $28.57 billion.

US President Barack Obama paid tribute to one of America's "greatest innovators."

"He transformed our lives, redefined entire industries, and achieved one of the rarest feats in human history: he changed the way each of us sees the world," Obama said in a statement.

Wozniak told CNN he was "dumfounded" by news of the death of his former partner, comparing it to the untimely and traumatic loss of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King in the 1960s, and saying it had left "a big hole."

"I'm a little bit, like, awestruck, just dumbfounded, and I can't put my mind into gear, I can't do things," a distressed Wozniak, now 61, said.

"Here is a guy that created tools that everyone in the world -- billions of people -- just love, and feel happy and good about."

Microsoft boss Bill Gates along with other titans of the high-tech industry agreed, with some people hailing Jobs as a modern-day Thomas Edison, who invented the light bulb.

"The world rarely sees someone who has had the profound impact Steve has had, the effects of which will be felt for many generations to come," Gates said in a statement.

The two men were rivals in the race to dominate the market at the start of the personal computer era.

But while personal computers powered by Microsoft software ruled work places, Jobs envisioned people-friendly machines with mouse controllers and icons to click on to activate programs or open files.

Tim Cook -- who had been handling Apple's day-to-day operations since Jobs went on medical leave in January, and was made CEO in August after his resignation -- led the praise for the Silicon Valley legend.

"Steve leaves behind a company that only he could have built, and his spirit will forever be the foundation of Apple," he said in a statement.

Apple turned its home page into a tribute to Jobs, posting a large black-and-white photo of the bearded high-tech maestro in his trademark black turtleneck and small round glasses. The only caption: "Steve Jobs, 1955-2011."

Jobs's family also issued a statement, saying he had lost his long battle with pancreatic cancer surrounded by his relatives.

"In his public life, Steve was known as a visionary; in his private life, he cherished his family," it said.

Born on February 24, 1955 in San Francisco to a single mother and adopted by a couple in nearby Mountain View at barely a week old, Jobs grew up among the orchards that would one day become the technology hub known as Silicon Valley.

Under Jobs, Apple introduced its first computers and then the Macintosh, which became wildly popular in the 1980s.

He was elevated to idol status by ranks of Macintosh computer devotees, but left Apple in 1985 after an internal power struggle and started NeXT Computer company specializing in sophisticated workstations for businesses.

He co-founded Academy-Award-winning Pixar in 1986 from a former computer graphics unit he bought from movie industry titan George Lucas.

Apple's luster faded after Jobs left the company, but they reconciled in 1996 with Apple buying NeXT for $429 million and Jobs ascending once again to the Apple throne.

Apple went from strength to strength as Jobs revamped the Macintosh line, launching a "post-PC era" in which personal computers give way to smart mobile gadgets -- the iPod, iPhone and the iPad, as well as the popular iTunes site.

His passing will raise doubts over whether the Cupertino, California-based company can continue its dominance in the hugely competitive technology sector.

His death comes only a day after Cook presided over the launch of the new iPhone 4S in a move that failed to dazzle investors.

Jobs is survived by his wife Laurene, with whom he had three children. He also had a daughter with a woman he dated prior to marrying.

Via : Yahoo

Wednesday, 5 October 2011

Apple Introducing iPhone 4S


 Apple Introducing iPhone 4S

With the dual-core A5 chip, all-new 8-megapixel camera and optics, iOS 5, iCloud, and Siri, iPhone 4S is the most amazing iPhone yet.

Apple Announces iPhone 4S

Apple iPhone 4S
Apple has unveiled the iPhone 4S, the next version of its popular smartphone.

It will be available for pre-order on Oct. 7 and available to purchase on Oct. 14. And like previous versions of the iPhone, the iPhone 4S will retail for $199 for a 16 GB model and $299 for a 32 GB model.

The new iPhone looks much like the iPhone 4, confirming previous reports. It comes with upgraded internals, including the new Apple A5 chip and 1 GB of RAM. Apple VP Phil Schiller revealed that it will be the first iPhone with a dual-core processor and dual-core graphics. It is “up to seven times faster” than the previous iPhone, he announced.

Tuesday, 4 October 2011

New iTunes beta shows iPhone 4S instead of Apple iPhone 5

It appears there is a definite name for an upcoming version of the iPhone. The moniker “iPhone 4S” was founding the info.plist file of the MobileDevices bundle that was included with the new beta release of iTunes. In this file, two descriptions of a black and white iPhone 4S can be found that look identical to the current version of the iPhone.
This find puts increases the likelihood of Apple introducing new iPhones this week. The new iPhone is believed to include an eight megapixel camera, 515MB of Ram, and also support for the A5 processor in duel graphics. However, the find seems to indicate the new iPhones will keep the same design of the iPhone 4, or at least this model will.

The new iPhones are expected to be duel-mode, in that they can either run on CDMA or GSM networks. As of right now, Apple markets a unique iPhone model for each network.

As for the design, insider Ming-Chi-Kuo has stated that there is no evidence that the new iPhones will be redesigned. However, he did state that Apple has been developing a model that has an improved antenna design. The same Guerrilla glass will be used for the new iPhones as well.

Currently, it is expected that Foxconn will manufacture 85% of Apple’s fifth generation iPhone units with the other 15% manufactured by Pegatron.

Both models will use Apple’s new operation system, iOS5. It is expected that iOS5 will contain some type of voice recognition, which will allow iPhone users to accomplish a number of things such as text messaging, scheduling appointments, or looking up information.

Rumors have Apple manufacturing roughly 30 million units by the end of this year. If Apple can meet that goal, it is very possible that they beat the record of 20.34 million iPhones that were sold in the June 2011 quarter.