Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the recent leaks of the HTC M7, this time we have a photo. AT&T’s official policies when it comes to FaceTime for iPhone users comes next, though sadly not something everybody will smile about. Then we talk about Samsung and their plans to build a 6.3-inch Galaxy Note II sporting the Exynos 5 Octa processor that we talked about recently. Sony follows the news as we go through their recent Playstation Mobile deals, and who they apply for. We end today’s show talking about the possible leaks of LG building the next [...]
“Welcome to the Dark Side”. I’m sure you’ve already pulled your shiny new iPhone out of the box, and if there’s one thing Apple knows how to do, is give you an awesome unboxing experience. I’m sure you’re already proud of what you bought and how long it took you to get it.
Now the reason why I welcome all my friends to the Dark Side with their new Apple products is because we live in a polarized world. If you were to judge an iPhone by what you read in most publications, you’ve got the buggiest most scratch friendly phone in the [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we go through the official launch of the HTC Droid DNA, which we’ve already reviewed extensively. Then we cover the new reports regarding FaceTime now working on the iPhone 4S on tiered data plans and even the old unlimited data plans. Later it’s Nexus talk as we go through our recent comparison of the Nexus 10 vs the Nexus 7 and even the old Motorola Xoom. We later cover additional rumors regarding the Samsung Galaxy S IV and its specs. We end today’s show talking about the ridiculous news of Google fixing some issues that a [...]
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we go through the recent Galaxy S III sales results that prove it to defeat the iPhone 4S during last quarter. Then we go through the confirmation that the LTE iPad mini is now ready to ship in the next business days. Verizon has also announced their Windows Phone 8 pre-orders and we give you all the details. Later we do some Angry Birds Star Wars talking, even though you’re most likely already playing it. We end today’s show talking about AT&T’s move to accept FaceTime over cellular data, even though there’s always a [...]
It’s clear that Maps on iOS 6 is bad. The list of complaints is huge, and the fact that Apple’s own CEO, Tim Cook felt a need to apologize is a clear sign that things aren’t good. Cook linked to some third-party solutions in his apology, but the apps offered are either paid or simply not as reliable as Google maps.
The great thing is that this hasn’t stopped developers. We just ran into this neat Google Maps client called ClassicMap that looks almost identical to Maps on iOS 6, but that’s powered by Google. Keep in mind that this is a version 1.0 [...]