After a long awaited iPhone 5, Apple unveils the iPhone 4S instead. I’ve speculated about the iPhone 5 quite a bit; not only the iPhone 5 release date, but also on iPhone 5 Mockups, and even iPhone NFC technology. So I was somewhat surprised when it was announced yesterday that it was the iPhone 4S to be released (much to my chagrin!).
SheBytes is sharing a sneak peak at the new Rose Beck collection of Holiday Resort Wear for iPhones and iPads! Themed for Spring / Summer 1960’s in Super Palm Beach style, this collection is “T H E I T” accessory for iPhones and iPads for Holiday, Resort and Spring 2012!
Lose an iPhone? According to CNET, an Apple employee left behind yet ANOTHER unreleased iPhone 5 prototype in a bar. The iPhone, which went missing in San Francisco’s Mission district in late July, led Apple on a wild goose chase to recover the device.
Did you know there’s a way to control the “iPod” features on the iPad 2 or iPhone 4, while the device is locked?
Possibly the most obvious yet untapped resouce on the iPhone and iPad is the Home button. Did you know that you can set the Home button to perform a whole slew of things upon a simple double-tap?
The iPhone 5 is rumored to have NFC… is it true? We chime in!
Developments in modern technology never cease to amaze me. This is even truer when those developments allow for the progressive elimination of all that is cumbersome and excessive with current technology.
With so many iPhone 5 rumors swirling, we thought we’d write a post to set the record straight!
Renee published an article yesterday about the iPhone 5 on the tech site MWD (Mixed Web Data) and I have to say I loved it. Now some of you may be thinking that I actually have to say that I loved it, because I’m working with Renee on SheBytes for the summer, but the truth is that Renee’s awesome, in that she pretty much gives me free reign as a poster and contributor to SheBytes.