Subject: Mobile | September 20, 2013 - 06:26 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: jailbreak, iphone 5s, iphone 5c, iphone, ios 7
The Tech Report loves a good Apple release, even if things didn't go as smoothly on the supply side as many had hoped. They haven't had time to do a full review of either the iPhone 5C or 5S but they did put together an overview of the two devices which you can read here. The new phones were not the only new release from Apple, iOS7 became available for iPhone and iPad users and it has failed to impress them. While it is certainly usable and not unattractive The Tech Report feels that some of the elegance of design has faded and the special feeling they had because they owned an iThing is no longer there. If you haven't upgraded because you have jailbroken your iPhone they won't judge you too harshly and have put together a post describing how to un-jailbreak that phone so you can join with the cool kids of iOS7 and wait for the chance to unlock the new OS when the steps for that are posted; likely in the very near future.
"Today, it's the turn of our resident Mac blogger, Jason Fox, to blog about his upgrade to iOS 7. Fox also recounts the process of un-jailbreaking his iPhone to accommodate the new software update."
Here are some more Mobile articles from around the web:
- Apple iOS 7 Review @ TechReviewSource
- Lockscreen exploit discovered in iOS 7 @ The Inquirer
- iPhone 5S teardown on release day: Touch ID sensor, A7 SoC, but M7 coprocessor is mysteriously missing @ ExtremeTech
- iPhone 5C hands-on @ The Inquirer
- HTC One Red Smartphone @ Kitguru
- ASUS Memo Pad FHD 10 @ Hardware.info
- ASUS Google Nexus 7 2013 @ Hardware.info
- iconBIT NetTAB THOR QUAD MX NT-1006T Tablet Review @ Madshrimps
- Google Nexus 7 Review: The Android Tablet to Beat @ Techspot
- Lenovo IdeaPad Miix 10 Review @ TechReviewSource
- MSI GT70-2OD review: The ultimate gaming laptop @ Hardware.info
- Alienware 18 Gaming Notebook @ AnandTech
- MSI GE40-2OC review: 14-inch gaming laptop with GTX 760M @ Hardware.info
- Toshiba Satellite S55t-A5277 Review @ TechReviewSource
- Club3D SenseVision Multi Stream Transport DisplayPort Hub @ eTeknix
Subject: General Tech | June 10, 2013 - 05:01 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Tagged: apple, ios 7, mac, wwdc
If you are wondering what is going on in the computer world on the other side of the fence, you are either watching the live stream from Microsoft (which will not always be on, regardless of their slogan), or you are wearing a black turtleneck and counting down the hours until the big reveal. Apple is, as always, rather secretive about what the next new release is but The Inquirer has a few well informed hypothesis about what you can expect. The most interesting will probably be the new operating systems, the new iOS, the first mobile interface designed by Jony Ive and likely to be somewhat different from previous incarnations. Desktop devices will also be seeing a new interface with the arrival of OS X 10.9, this will likely not change to the extent of the mobile version but it might arrive on a peice of new hardware for you to salivate over. Their last informed guess is the arrival of iRadio to compete with Spotify and other streaming providers, though completely conjoined to your iTunes account
"SOFTWARE GIANT Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is just a few hours away, with excitement building over what analysts are calling Apple's most important announcements to date.
The firm is widely expected to unveil its next generation iOS and Mac operating systems, as well as its long-awaited Spotify rival, so here's a rundown of what we can expect."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- The TR Podcast 135: All's well that's Haswell
- Sneaky new Android Trojan is WORST yet discovered @ The Register
- Samsung Galaxy Note 12.2 leaks, set for third quarter release @ The Inquirer
- Google To Buy Waze For $1.3 Billion @ Slashdot
- Live from Microsoft's Xbox E3 2013 press conference