As Hurricane Sandy looms over the East Coast, there is certainly an urgency for those that are about to feel the brunt of its effects (including myself in New Jersey) to become better-prepared for blackouts, emergencies, and every Sandy-originating issue in between. Smartphones are an essential part of that preparation, although many will overlook necessities that could make a major difference as Sandy hits.
Contrary to popular belief, AT&T has today released a press release stating that customers that currently have an unlimited data plan will be able to grandfathered into an unlimited data plan despite the newly-added support for 4G LTE with the introduction of the iPhone 5.
After the WWDC keynote on Monday, with all of the new and exciting features that were announced, we were left to wonder what was to become of applications on the App Store that any newly released Apple apps were competing with (new maps app, Passbook, etc.). Could they possibly face their eventual demise, due to people simply opting with Apple's new standard solutions after succumbing to the laziness of not wanting to download third-party utilities? Or would they succeed?
This tip for the common soul who is numb minded when using an iOS device is meant to demonstrate how to quickly track the amount of data you've used for each of your billing periods. It's simple, and can be done without the use of an application.
With data usage growing rapidly, evident by the larger data allocation on AT&T's part, and with no unlimited data offer currently being offered (other than for Sprint), you're probably checking the amount of data that you've used in your billing cycle on your computer. Thanks to the power of the App Store, you can do so on your iOS device and with style as well.
AT&T today announced a new set of data plans for their smartphone users switching some things up quite a bit. Taking effect this Sunday, the 22nd, the new plans allow users to consume a larger amount of data all around, starting from the lower plans to the higher end ones, though with a slight $5 increase.
Following the announcement that the iphone 4S would be a “world phone”, in that it will support AT&T, Verizon Wireless and most recently added, Sprint, the last of the carriers has announced that it will be offering unlimited data plans for its iPhone customers. As CNET reports: ‘”We will be
Well, the mobile industry is ready to take a step backwards in pricing, practically together in one step. Unnecessarily getting around to adapting to how smartphones actually give us use for the “unlimited data” we pay for, this week Verizon followed AT&T as the second major carrier to announce the removal
People don't often know that Flickr is not only a place for photos, but also hosts video, too. Previously, like most other social video sites out there, these have been flash videos. Now, in a move to make things more iPhone-friendly, Flicker Video is now compatible with the iPhone and iPod touch. All new videos uploaded since the announcement are iPhone and iPod touch compatible. [via Daring Fireball]