Many iPhone fans have been eagerly awaiting the release of iOS 6.1. Today, that wait ended. All across the world, iPhone users were greeted with a message like the one to the left in iTunes, or they received happy news when they checked for a software update on their devices.
After JailbreakMe was recently updated for compatibility with all iOS devices running software version 4.3.3 and earlier, including iPad 2 for the first time, it did not take long for Apple to develop its own update in its fight against exploits that allow iOS to be jailbroken. This time around,
Gone may be the days of time-consuming iOS updates constrained by iTunes. iOS 5 could bring over-the-air updating according to 9 to 5 Mac, allowing you to install the latest software version wirelessly from your device. A user would simply receive a notification when a new version is available beginning
A number of iPad 2 owners who chose a model with Verizon 3G connectivity have been unhappy with their 3G service – or lack thereof. There has been a growing amount of complaints regarding issues connecting to Verizon’s 3G network on some iPad 2 tablets. Users have been complaining in
Yesterday during the Apple event we were told that Apple would release the iOS 4.3 update on March 11th. So what does this update mean and what exactly will it include? Improved Safari performance, better AirPlay, updated Home Sharing, Personal Hotspot for iPhone 4, and more will be included in
Yet another iPhone 3G ad has been banned in the UK for misleading advertising. Not long after the first ad was banned for claiming that the iPhone access to "all parts of the internet", we heard that Apple had changed the wording to their ad 'Vicinity' from saying the new iPhone was "twice as fast" to just being "really fast". Unfortunately it looks like that wasn't enough.
We've just received word from a reader that Apple may be changing their iPhone ads in the UK to be more truthful to avoid a clash with the ASA. A while back we told you about how the ASA in the UK had banned one of Apple's ads from airing on television due to complaints that their claim of the iPhone offering "all the parts of the internet are on the iPhone" was misleading, as it doesn't support Flash or Java.
Apple's gotten some criticism in the US for their slight exaggeration in their iPhone 3G ads, such as their claim that the iPhone 3G is twice as fast as the 2G iPhone, and is even facing a possible class action, but has otherwise garnered no bad consequences. The UK government appears to have taken the matter more seriously and has banned the ads from airing in the country.