After what was seemingly a plethora of brutal, painful months of anticipation, the much awaited iPhone 5 was finally announced by Apple CEO Tim Cook at the company's press conference yesterday. With a taller 4-inch display sporting a slightly higher resolution, support for 4G LTE networks, an improved A6 processor and more, the predecessor to last year's iPhone 4S is certainly a significant addition to Apple's expanding lineup of iPhone devices. What we want to know from our readers is whether the new features warrant a purchase.
How many times have you caught the "iPhone tick"? When you feel like your leg is vibrating - even when your iPhone isn't in your pocket. Or when you perceive a noise from the other side of the room, heck in a room not even remotely close, that you thought was your phone going off but was really a random noise that in reality doesn't sound as similar to a smartphone vibration as initially perceived. Sound familiar? That's only the tip of the iceberg as your iPhone continues to reprogram your brain with each new major feature. [Vote on the poll at the bottom of this post.]
Writer Michael DeLisi and myself were having a casual conversation discussing the new iPad. Following his awe of the new retina display due to his recent unboxing of the new device, we began to talk about how either of us types on the device. Undoubtedly, the typical typing speed on an iPad in comparison to the iPhone is considerably lower and the amount of typos on the latter is usually at a minimal. We want to know which of the two keyboards that you use.
While we think the new iPad is going to be an absolute success, we want to hear our readers' opinions regarding the new device that Apple unveiled yesterday. Hitting the shelves come March 16th, the new iPad is packed with a lot of new anticipated and predicted features. Will you buy it? Check out our polls below.
Writer Michael DeLisi and I are curious to see how many of our readers actually like the iPhone’s virtual keyboard. I, personally, have heard tons of complaints about the keyboard being “too small”, “too responsive”, or something else of the same nature. Me? I love the virtual keyboard currently on
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is looking for iPhone owners who are unhappy with having phones that are locked to their carrier or are restricted from using the device in a certain way like jailbreaking to sign a petition at FreeYourPhone.org to appeal to the Copyright Office. The goal is to file the comments to the Copywrite Office and "help EFF get a 3-year DMCA [wiki] exemption for users who liberate their phones."