Watch this week’s iReview as we talk about the possible images of an iPhone 5 being tested in the field, OS X Lion face detection feature making it to iOS 5, our follow-up on Apple being confirmed as the largest Smartphone manufacturer, and the iPhone 3GS being on sale, sort of. We also talk about our new shows starting next week where we bring the iReview style to Android and Windows Phone 7 content. As of next week, stay tuned to our:
– Pocketnow Android Revolution every Tuesday– Pocketnow Windows Phone View every Thursday– Pocketnow iReview every [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through the release of iOS 5 Beta 4 and how Over The Air updates, document sync on iCloud and Wi-Fi sync for Windows users has become a reality. We also go through the rumored launch of the iPhone 5 for September 5th in the US and October 5th in the rest of the world. We go through the new rumors regarding a 3G iPod Touch, the reasons why T-Mobile has decided to sell Micro SIMs, and how Apple has become the number one smartphone manufacturer in the world.
In the No So Cool section we go through the problems iOS 5 beta 4 brings to the [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we talk about iOS 5 Beta 3 and how it’s come to save the game for all the bugs in Beta 2. We also talk about the launch of Spotify in the US and why it matters. We go through the results of a recent study where developers are more inclined to build apps for iOS than Android, and the recent tethered Jailbreak released for iOS 4.3.4.
In the Not So Cool section, naturally we talk about iOS 4.3.4 and how it’s come to complicate things for the Jailbreak community, and we also go through the ITC ruling in favor of Apple in their patent [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through the release of JailbreakMe.com 3.0 and how it brings quick, easy and wireless freedom to your iOS device. The Wall Street Journal’s credible rumors are in and we go through details on the iPhone 5’s possible specs and launch dates. We also go through the recent reports from Digitimes regarding Apple’s order for 15 million iPhones to be manufactured by Pegatron in September and Apple’s new milestone of 15 Billion Apps downloaded in the App Store.
In the Not So Cool section we go through Apple’s action [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through the 4th of July sale that EA, Gameloft and other companies have brought to Apple’s iOS App Store. We also talk about the iPhone’s 4th anniversary and how the industry has evolved in that period of time. We go through recent rumors of Apple’s iPhone part suppliers getting ready for their next generation releases this September, and the few good things we found in iOS beta 2, which weren’t many.
In the Not So Cool section we go through all the things we’ve found not working on iOS 5 beta 2, which were a [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through rumored launch dates for the iPhone 5 or 4S, the success of the unlocked iPhone on the T-Mobile network, recent news about the iPhone 4 being the most popular camera on Flickr, and details on Apple winning the four year old patent on multi-touch gestures.
In the Not So Cool section we go through the negative side of Apple winning this patent, the sad news about a judge ruling in favor of Apple and not letting us (meaning Samsung) see the next generation iPhone and iPad, and details on the new Verizon tiered data plans.
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Apple’s new world domination strategy of selling unlocked iPhone’s in the US. We also talk about recent rumors of Apple ditching the iPod Touch for a cheaper iPhone in this next September music event, how iOS 5 already got jailbroken, and a tough reality for mobile handset competition as Apple already has more spare cash in their banks to buy them all off if they wanted to.
In the not so cool section we go through Apple biting the dust by loosing the patent lawsuit against Nokia. We also talk about Apple’s lamest [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we breeze through some of the 200 new features that Apple brings to the table in iOS 5. We also talk about iCloud and why “just works” for all iOS users and we also talk about iTunes Match and why it’s worth $25 a year.
In the not so cool section we talk about how dissapointing it was to have Steve Jobs pull his “One more thing” moment for anything but the iPhone 4S we all want. We also go through the things we wished we saw in iOS 5 and didn’t, and our final thoughts on why Apple should’ve done more [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Apple’s shocking move of spilling all their intentions for WWDC. We also talk about the rumored Twitter integration and iWork making it to the iPhone.
In the Not So Cool section we discuss our biggest concern regarding iCloud, which doesn’t seem that promising due to the current limited data plans offered by almost, if not all carriers in the US.
We also cover our WWDC predictions for iOS 5, iCloud, and what we believe will be that “One More Thing” we always get in every Apple event. All this and [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through all the WWDC predictions, both good and bad. We talk about some new features Bloomberg is betting we’ll see in iCloud. We also go through the 500,000 Apps milestone that Apple just reached in the iOS App Store, and more on the Samsung vs Apple drama where some of us believe we could be benefited with an earlier iPhone 4S than planned.
In the Not So Cool section we go through the sad rumors of iOS 5 not making it to the iPhone 3GS, and why we hate seeing Google being so quick about NFC and not Apple. All this and more after [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through the iPhone 4S rumors and Apple signing deals with EMI, Sony, Warner and Universal Music for iTunes in the cloud just before WWDC. We also go through Apple’s current dream of making SIM Cards smaller than current MicroSIMs, Updates to Infinity Blade, Comcast XFiinity TV, and the reasons why we see a Sprint iPhone in the very near future.
In the Not So Cool section we go through the current Lawsuit that Lodsys is holding against developers, and why we think Apple should either be the one to blame or the one helping them out. [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Apple breaking some Guinness World Records, more rumors of an iPhone 4S and how we expect it to support all US carriers. We go through recent rumors of Apple meeting up with Retail employees on what will be revealed at WWDC and all the recent and relevant changes in iOS Apps.
In the not so cool section we go through the Digitimes report on Material and Labor shortages that may affect iPhone 4 sales in Q2/2011, we go through how iFlowReader just closed because of Apple’s In app purchase monetary cut, and we also go through [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through the iOS 4.3.3 (4.2.8 for Verizon) release and how it’s already jailbroken. We go through the new Infini Dev-Team App Store initiative called Lima, Amazon’s Cloud Player now silently working on iOS devices, Microsoft porting Bing tools to work with the iOS SDK, RIM now updating their BlackBerry Enterprise Server to support iPhones, and more rumors on iOS 5.
In the Not So Cool section we go through recent news on the iPhone 5 being delayed and the whole White iPhone debate. All this and more after the break.
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through the release of the White iPhone 4, the images of the possible iPhone 4s or iPhone 5, rumors on iOS 5 being tested already, Apple buying iCloud.com and a possible release of some enhancements in Apple’s maps services.
In the not so cool section we go through more details on Spygate and Apple’s official statement on it, and also details on why the White iPhone 4 was delayed so much. All this and more after the break.
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through iOS 5 rumors on a White iPhone 4, Apple’s quarter results, more details on the possible iPhone 5 and a certain arrangement Apple has with developers, Sony’s new Crackle App, and a release of the iOS 4.3.2 untethered Jailbreak.
In the Not So Cool section we go through Apple’s new Spygate issues and we also talk about the Apple -vs- Samsung Lawsuit. All this and more after the break.
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through the Negri Electronics remote unlock solution for any iPhone on any Carrier, more White iPhone 4 rumors, this time with a Verizon flavor. We also talk about Square’s credit card reader being sold in Apple stores, iOS 4.3.2 with its Jailbreak status and possible Multi-Touch gestures making it to iOS 5.
In the Not So Cool section we talk about a Pennsylvania resident trying to sue Apple over the App Store purchasing policy, The rumors about the iPhone 5 and iOS 5 being delayed, and the current status of the Ultrasn0w carrier [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through more iPhone 5 rumors, Apple’s recent patents that lead us to dream Thunderbolt for the future, Hybrid E-Ink displays, Smart Bezels and more. We also go through iOS 4.3.1 getting an untethered Jailbreak and which route we recommend you take if you need a Jailbreak now. We go through Apple’s recent purchase of 12,000 Terabytes of storage, a guy making $50,000 a year just by Jailbreaking, and rumors of a possible iOS 4.3.2 close to an iOS device near you.
In the not so cool section we go through Apple’s recent [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through more iPhone 5 rumors, this time as it begins trial production. We also cover the Gevey SIM that is said to bring a hardware solution for a carrier unlock on your iPhone 4, the rumors of MobileMe becoming a music locker for $20 a year, an iPhone 4 falling 1,000 feet and living to tell, and the past iOS 4.3.1 rumors that quickly became reality.
In the Not So Cool section we go through how Steve Jobs still manages to do some micro-management even on medical leave by rejecting a radiation app, Apple’s lawsuit against Amazon just [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through the rumors of an Apple event in April which might unveil iOS 5, the constant White iPhone 4 rumors, what we could expect on the next generation iPhone, How Verizon is slowly but surely gaining a lot of the iPhone market in a very short period of time, iOS Carrier unlocks for the iPhone 3GS, and our update in iOS Applications you simply must have.
In the not so cool section we go through how AT&T is contacting iPhone owners about Jailbreaking their devices and using tethering without paying extra, the issues many users are [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Apple’s March 2nd event in detail, starting with iOS 4.3 and “all of its minor changes”, all the enhancements we expect to see on the next generation iPhone judging from the recently released iPad 2, new improvements to Apple’s iTunes and iBooks stores, and Tim Cooks confirmation that a cheaper iPhone is in the works.
On the not so cool section we go through all the things we didn’t get on Apple’s March 2nd event, we also cover the recent developments with Apple’s personal hotspot feature, [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through our predictions on Apple’s March 2nd event in San Francisco, our thoughts on the current leaks of an iPhone part with a larger screen, recent changes already happening on MobileMe, FaceTime for the Mac, and the final developments on all the issues with the App Store’s subscription policies and developers. On the Not So Cool section we go through a recent trademark Apple filed for a new social network called “Places”, the ironies behind recent Consumer Reports verdicts, and the fact that we don’t see a White [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through Apple’s possible new iPhone and how it’s most probably not smaller, just cheaper. Aside from that we also follow-up on possible improvements to voice control and MobileMe services. We also go through recent changes to the PwnageTool to allow you to get an untethered jailbreak on iOS 4.2.1 and retaining carrier unlocks. On the not so cool section we cover all the good, bad and ugly with Apple’s new subscription services. We also look into AT&T’s recent complaints on Apple’s App Store, and finally, our [...]
Watch this week’s iReview as we go through the Verizon iPhone launch and all the inexistent pandemonium outside all the Apple Stores. We also go through the rumors of Apple hiring developers to deal with their intrusive notifications system, and also of the possible iPhone mini or nano that’s recently been mentioned. We talk about iOS 4.2.6, how you can already jailbreak it through Greenposi0n RC6, and we also go through AT&T’s recent way to keep you with them through free rollover minutes. On the not so cool section we talk about all that was discovered when [...]