Android has since made many intense updates. The ever-expanding platform has even had the “Siri” feature before the IPhone. But this update may top and put all the others to shame. This update also puts a new look towards it’s previous UI, of which had no inclusion of the former Honeycomb UI. A sleek, honeycomb widget-alignable screen is also available. More honeycomb? We sure think so. And the other great part may very well be a feature we take for granted. The camera app is of this. This spectacular app holds many in deadlock of choosing the right phone, especially photographers. But no need to worry, as we believe this phone packs much potential. It’s new and improved fast-shooting technology allows you to grab the action while snapping multiple photos of the scene at the same time. Another feature for stunning displays are Panoramas. Now, most phones today in the operating system market don’t carry this enhanced photographic feature. But the Ice Cream Sandwich does. And a great feature for any photographer. The Gmail app has also been redefined. It’s new, simple but sleek surface makes it as easy as a swipe away from reading and composing messages. The new software also includes a vibrant, full high definition display, and Google+, for when you want to share your life on the go. And if you’re a secure person, like I am, you’re going to want to go with the face unlocking feature for this device. Voice typing, a magnificent feature Android has had forever, is now even better. Anywhere where you need to type, your voice can do it for you. It’s just splendid. And the better of this software is the device and it’s design. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus is sleek, but bold at 8.84mm thick and a 4.29 bezel, this device definitely packs a punch. I would strongly recommend this beauty of software and device. Comment on your opinion and favorite feature below.
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Steve Jobs was a man of words. Of wisdom. And of inventing. His true passion of seeing what people wanted was incredible feature. But all apple’s were created equal. That’s right, Bill Gates. Who you may have contemplated and concluded as Steve Jobs’s arch nemesis actually helped with Apple. This brilliant man, indeed, also help develop the Mac OS X software in which Macs run on. Now, I know many of you out there are die-hard Steve Jobs skeptics, but this man did much more than that. The Iphone you may be currently holding your hand has much more power and truth behind it’s legacy and history. For this company not only made Mac and other devices, but also items now on the PC. What? The first mouse ever used on a computer was built by the intellectual genius standing at the footsteps of his funeral today. He also invented the first spreadsheet. For all of the PDF/Word users out there, he shall well be deserved a congrats towards that. The great and all-powerful IBM machines also ran with Apple as they partnered in 1988. Further on comes Apple’s d-day, it’s saving grace, bringing it into a whole new era. The Ipod. A popular product almost everyone owns now, and of what really took off. The classic vintage tapes and CDs were a bit of a hassle, so they brilliantly thought ahead and hooked the consumer market. They hit 3 billion downloads last summer. A whole new dynasty of phones awakens as the Iphone launches in 2007. I mean, don’t get me wrong, there were plenty of touch screen phones before this. But what those phones didn’t have, that Steve Jobs added to his line was apps. Apps were a whole new idea then, a newborn baby, something no one believed would take off this fast. The apps kept growing, and the announcements got more intense as, last year, Apple unveiled a whole new Ipod touchscreen Nano. This allowed people to do more with their Nano. The Macs also kicked on through time. Though, most recently, their computer’s have grasped consumers immensely. In 2008, the transportation of laptops just got so much easier. The Macbook Air launched and at 0.68″, this sucker got everyone’s attention. No one saw a laptop this thin, and Steve Jobs sure wowed the audience. His years later really affected Apple, having to take 6 months of sick leave for a liver transplant. He resigned last month, and to a suprise of a young 56, and a cold, harsh, last month, Steve Jobs has died. He will forever be known as a legend, both in the tech world and the business and personal-related world. Forever may his soul rest in peace in heaven.
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Well, today has been a enormously action-packed day at the Apple headquarters. We just got a peek in on the news flying ’round the web here. The new Iphone and Ipod Touch may look the same, which was not expected, but the software and apps have changed.
The new Iphone comes through today as an incredible new operating system. But what new about it makes it so special? It may look generic, but look again. We show you the new features, as well as for the Ipod Touch.
Twitter for Iphone has taken a next move and step forward with it’s new ease of social networking. The popular service brings it’s features and more to your browser, and apps in IOS5. When you want to tweet something, simply sign in under settings. ba-da-bing-ba-da-boom! Done, tweet items effortlessly with a simple tap of a button. And for another spice, the Twitter service launched a new photo tool. Your Iphone also takes photos. So now, they work in harmony just as the other Iphone Twitter feature. So for those “all-mighty” Twitter users, this may be the next sacred tool for you in IOS.
Video and Photo Recording and Editing:
This new feature may seems not of very new, but only 1080p video added.
This has not brought much attention as the race hurds on. Many overly-anticipated Iphone-goers were disappointed this week to find this device the exact same model, almost. So, with that said, are you upgrading?
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