What Are The Eight Fixes That The iPhone 5 Needs?
After three weeks of using the iPhone, many people have already found out their likes and dislikes of the device. Some people have collective likes, such as the screen, weight, speed and new features. However, many people are also complaining about the device. Here are some things that would be better off improved. First is a change to maps, which should be done as soon as possible. Next would be fixing the scratches on the black iPhone device.
A third improvement would be to get out some more accessories for the device. The last suggestion would be to clean up the iTunes store and make it more accessible ………………………… read more: http://reviews.cnet.com/
Did a Man Just Steal An iPhone From A Baby?
The old adage goes – never steal candy from a baby. But in today’s modern times people are actually stealing devices from young kids. An incident in Ormskirk, England just shows this. A woman, Danielle Hinnigan, gave her iPhone to her young baby in the stroller, so the child could watch Barney while she was shopping.
Right away, a man swooped up the iPhone and the whole thing was recorded, although nobody nearby noticed the act. When the woman returned to her baby, she noticed the iPhone missing and thought her daughter might have dropped it ……………………….. read more: http://www.asiaone.com/News/
iPhone 5 Uses More Toxic Chemicals Than Samsung Galaxy SIII?
Research results are out from Dubai. The iPhone 5 uses more toxic chemicals on their phone than the Samsung Galaxy SIII. This study was done by iFixit and Ann Arbor-based Ecology Centre. Many devices were analyzed and the smart phones with least chemicals were the Motorola Citrus, followed by the LG Remarq and the iPhone 4S. The New iPhone 5 ranked fifth, while its primary competitor, the Samsung Galaxy SIII came in at ninth place.
The most toxic phone among all them is still at Apple, being the iPhone 2G. Suffice to say, even the best mobile phones like the Citrus, 4S and Remarq still contain many chemical hazards ……………………………………….. read more: http://gulfnews.com/business/