• Apple WWDC iOS 6 release – Features you must know about Apple iOS 6

    Posted on June 14th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    WWDC 2012: Features of iOS 6On Monday, June 11th, the annual Apple WWDC held in Moscone West, San Francisco officially announced the release of iOS 6, the next generation of the iOS that powers the Apple iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The release of iOS 6 has been a long anticipated service from worldwide people, though iOS 5 in fact has satisfactory performance. Scott Forstall, the senior vice president for iOS software, told the developers and press attended that there’re about 200 new features added into iOS 6, like Siri enhancements, Facebook updates, Maps, FaceTime, Photo Stream, etc. While the iOS 6 was introduced on WWDC, the next iPhone has not been mentioned officially. But, from the iOS 6 features, we may be able to draw a rough picture of iPhone 5 features.

    Forstall firstly displayed some convincing data to show the importance of upgrading iOS 5 to iOS 6. He told the developers and press that there’re more than 365 million iOS devices, 80% of which are running iOS 5. 7 billion push notifications are sent to iOS devices every day, over 1.5 million of which have been pushed to date. There’re also more than 1 billion messages from 140 million iMessage users per day. These statistics could properly illustrate how important an advanced iOS will be.

    Well, now, let’s take an overview look on what iOS 6 brings to us. Here I would just pick out some key features of iOS 6. It’s really a big project to detail all iOS 6 features here.

    Maps: Maps in iOS 6 sports a new icon, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Apple built an entire new mapping solution “from the ground up,” Forstall said, doing all the cartography itself. And the assortment of features Apple will now include for free with the Maps app may well leave the folks over at Google feeling a little envious.

    Siri enhancements: Within iOS 6, it supports languages from 15 different countries and regions. For Asia, Korean, Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese are added. Seen from the live demonstration, the new Siri has connected to China LBS database, supporting to search for related business information. In addition, Siri also provides database of sports, shops, restaurants and movies. Another new feature is Eyes Free. It needs cooperation with car manufacturers.

    Facebook integration: As with Twitter in iOS 5, Facebook will be integrated systemwide on iOS 6. You’ll be able to share photos, links, locations, iTunes and App Store items, and more via Facebook. And Facebook is integrated directly into Notification Center: You can drag down to post a new Facebook update (or tweet).

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    FaceTime: In iOS 6, Apple’s video chatting feature will work over a cellular connection, not just Wi-Fi. Forstall also said that Apple is unifying your Apple ID and phone number, so if someone sends a FaceTime message to your number (or an iMessage), it can arrive on your iPad or Mac, too.

    Safari: About two-thirds of all mobile Web traffic comes from Safari on iOS, Forstall said. With Mountain Lion, your iOS devices will be able to sync your open tabs with iCloud, so the sites you visit from one device are accessible on your others. And as with Mountain Lion, Safari in iOS 6 now supports offline reading for webpages saved in Reading List.

    Photo Stream: New in iOS 6 are shared Photo Streams, which let you easily share photos with friends. Choose the photos you’d like to share, choose your friends, and you’re done. Friends receive a push notification, and photos appear in an album in the Photos app. Friends can also comment on your photos.

    Mail: As it will in Mountain Lion, Mail on iOS 6 will add support for VIPs. Mark someone as a VIP, and you get a notification on the lock screen when their messages arrive, just like you do with a text message. And you get a special mailbox for those messages, along with a new Flagged mailbox.

    Spotlight tweak: If you have lots of apps, sometimes it’s hard to figure out precisely which homescreen they’re located on. In iOS 6, Spotlight makes that at least a smidgen easier, by listing the name of the folder a particular app is nestled inside when it appears in the search results.

    Other features: Apple showed a slide listing a host of other features included in the iOS 6 update. Among those are Game Center challenges, the ability to connect Game Center friends from Facebook, VoiceOver improvements, personal dictionary in iCloud, audio and video sampling during playback, Pass Kit (for interacting with Passbook), VoiceOver gestures, the ability to control camera focus and exposure, a Web Audio API, Game Center in-app experience, game groups, video stabilization, frame drop data, pull-to-refresh on Table views, a means of supporting in-app purchases of iTunes Store-hosted content, in-app Bluetooth pairing, remote Web Inspector, rich text on label fields and text views, CSS filters, crossfade with CSS animations, and a face detection API, etc.

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  • Popular iPhone 5 rumors on hardware & software features and release date

    Posted on May 15th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    We did a lot of guess work last year about the next generation of iPhone, which was mostly supposed to be iPhone 5, but finally turned to be iPhone 4S. And now, the anticipations and rumors about the next iPhone have been widely spread around the world. Especially since last Saturday, when Hong Kong-based components supplier SW-Box claimed to have gained possession of a group of new components of iPhone 5, including a headphone jack, ear speaker, and a Wi-Fi cable part, which are all allegedly being built for Apple’s sixth-generation iPhone. Other features of iPhone 5 leaked from SW-Box included a new SIM card tray and slightly tweaked home buttons, all minor changes to the design. But there were reports that Apple is leaning towards bigger and brighter displays, a thinner form factor, and a slew of new software features, which may suggest a totally different design from that of iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. As Apple’s WWDC 2012 is not far away, we may want to know whether Apple would officially release the iPhone 5 on WWDC 2012 or not (there’re rumors that iPhone 5 to be released on June’s WWDC and shipment available this October). This is still unknown. But before that, let’s make a collection of the popular rumors on iPhone 5’s features.

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    Here’re some rumored features and release date of iPhone 5. Let’s take a look.

    iPhone 5 release date: Currently, the release date of iPhone 5 is most rumored to be the mid of late 2012, wherein October seems to be the most reliable month for the iPhone 5. And the first appearance of iPhone 5 is mostly believed to be around the WWDC 2012, this June.

    iPhone 5 form: It’s been commonly recognized that the new iPhone would adopt quite new physical design from that of iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. There have been anticipations about its size; some said it would be a 5-inch device while some others said a 4-inch device is likely. Personally, I would agree with the latter.

    iPhone 5 processor: It’s highly believed that the new iPhone 5 would adopt a quad-core processor, which might be called the Apple A6. We had expected some kind of help in terms of predicting the iPhone 5 CPU from the launch of the new iPad, but the announcement of a slightly tweaked A5X processor really didn’t help things there.

    iPhone 5 network connectivity: The new iPhone 5 is believed to have support for 4G/LTE network connectivity. Two reasons for this: one is the 4G network connectivity on new iPad, and the other one is that there’ve been so many 4G handsets in the smartphone market.

    iPhone 5 screen: In March 2012, new reports suggested that the new iPhone 5 would come sporting a larger 4.6-inch retina display, while April rumours even suggested the next iPhone will use new touch technology and will be encased in something called “liquidmetal.”

    iPhone 5 digital wallet: With so many handsets realized NFC (Near Field Communication technology) as phone payment system, the next iPhone is widely considered to include digital wallet. Apple won a major patent on March 6 for a piece of technology called the “iWallet”, a digital system that gives users complete control over their subsidiary financial accounts on their iPhones, and also leverages Near-Field Communication technology to complete credit card transactions directly on the phone as well.

    iPhone 5 camera: Sources have suggested the new iPhone could have an 8MP camera. Indeed, Sony announced in January 2012 that it had developed new back-illuminated stacked CMOS image sensors which are smaller in size.

    iPhone 5 price: The new iPhone will cost around £500 for a 16GB / 32GB model (depending on the capacity Apple whacks in there) and unless the iPhone 5 comes with some truly next generation technology that pricing model should hold firm.

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