iOS Saves SMS Attachments Even After You Delete Them; Potentially Harmful for Business SMS — And Personal Texting
After the evasi0n untethered jailbreak tool arrived and iOS 6 opened up, iPhone/iPad users with their devices jailbroken or not have faced a couple of interesting pieces of news including one that makes business SMS texting (not to mention personal…) risky. First, there was the addition of a Radio button,
As we had noted ourselves to find the same tune being sung by many iMessage users beginning this morning, iMessage has not been performing up to its usual par - unless you consider long message delivery delays and failures "normal." Many users have had to wait minutes for messages to successfully send, with some not being delivered at all.
To date, the iPod touch has been attributed to the description of “an iPhone without the phone or data capabilities” in its simplest. That is still accurate, but a recent rumor about how the next iPod touch may include options for 3G data service shakes up the differences between it
Among the many new features in iOS 5, the one feature that’s set to annoy carriers is iMessage, Apple’s take on a messaging service. For the most part, it replaces text messaging when talking to iPhone users in the same way that BlackBerry Messenger does for BlackBerry phones. Communicating for
Here's a fun little app. It's called iSteam, and it simulates having your iPhone's glass screen fogged over with steam that you can interact with by rubbing at it with your finger. Sure, it might not be very useful, but for a silly app it's actually very well made and kind of fun. Video after the break.