Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Apple iPhone 5S with fingerprint scanner

As expected, Apple has taken the wraps off of its latest flagship smartphone at its Cupertino media event today. The new iPhone 5S is an upgrade in the vein of the previous iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4S—it is outwardly similar to last year's iPhone 5, but it includes a few key upgrades to keep the design going for another year.

iPhone 5S

The 5S still has a four-inch 1136×640 display and a Lightning connector, and it retains the iPhone 5's taller and slimmer profile relative to older models like the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. However, it includes a new 64-bit "desktop-class" system-on-a-chip (SoC) dubbed the A7 that boosts CPU and GPU performance over the A6 in the iPhone 5.

The chip has twice the general-purpose and floating point registers of its predecessor and is up to twice as fast at performing CPU tasks. The phone supports OpenGL ES 3.0, and Apple claims that the graphics performance in the 5S is 56 times better than in the original iPhone released six years ago.

The iPhone 5S will include a "motion co-processor" called the M7 that allows the phone to process data from sensors without waking up the phone itself. Apple intends for the chip to be used for "health and fitness solutions"—effectively a replacement for fitness-tracking devices—with data processed by the core motion API.

Apple is also upgrading the phone's camera with a new five-element lens at an f2.2 aperture and a 15 percent larger sensor. The company is opting for "bigger pixels rather than more," with 1.5-micron pixels.

The new "true-tone" flash uses dual LEDs (one warmer and one cooler) to account for the lighting in the room and to light the shot optimally according to the camera app's monitoring. Apple says that this will result in "more neutral skin tones and better colors." The iPhone 5S will also be able to take multiple photos with a single shutter trigger and then choose the best one automatically rather than saving the whole handful to memory.

Auto image stabilization and burst mode are new features in the camera, as is 120 FPS video captured at 720p resolution. The phone can also still capture 1080p video at 30 FPS.

A "Touch ID sensor" for reading fingerprints is embedded in the home button and can be used to unlock your phone in addition to the traditional software passcodes. A fingerprint is read at 500 PPI resolutions and can scan sub-epidermal skin layers.

This article is taken from arstechnica.

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Wednesday, 28 August 2013

The Top 3 Benefits to Using iPhone App Development Companies

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With a storage capacity ranging from 4 to 68 GB of flash memory, iPhone app developers certainly have their hands full creating innovative and exciting apps that people will want to have on their smartphones. With the smartphone’s rise in popularity surpassing many other handheld devices, these innovative pieces of technology surpass expectations with every single new release. It’s no wonder why so many new and exciting features are being created on a daily basis, and sent out into the online market for distribution and use.

If you have a great idea for an app, you could try developing the app by yourself. However, without the technical know-how and experience, this can be a long and tedious process. This is why so many parties are going to professional iPhone app developers. There are many benefits to purchasing through these specialized outlets for your mobile accessories—here are three:

Brand Awareness

Using a professional firm to make your invention fully functional and get it into the marketplace has many advantages, one being publicity. Working with a reputable source can provide you with the same. The faster your product gets onto the market, and the better it functions, the more your brand and name will increase in popularity. Being the first to launch a new type of tool can make a huge difference in the way users view your services. Expert developers can help in these regards, and really get you noticed.

Convenience of Distribution

Customer interaction plays a huge role in the distribution and impact of your invention to your client base. Loyalty is often built through the services you hire, as users may find it more convenient to communicate with them directly. Having somebody to handle complaints, user inquiries and necessary upgrades relieves added pressure on you, and allows you to enjoy your efforts as your product hits the marketplace.

Top of the Line Tools

Working through an external venue like the above mentioned providers guarantees you that your creation is being processed with exceptional processes, and high quality software. In other words, you get what you pay for, and knowing what you put into an investment like this can usually give an idea of what you will generate in return. By using the skills and techniques of somebody well trained in the management of mobile programs, you can rest easy knowing your product will be well received.

Monday, 29 July 2013

Review for Blackberry Q5 - Tried to Make Fully Functional

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Following on rapidly from the release of the Blackberry Q10, here comes the Blackberry Q5. Running the new operating system (Blackberry 10), the Q5 is aimed towards a younger market and for many this is the last major push for Blackberry launch of BB10. The Z10 was aimed at the geekerati and the ‘modern’ smart phone crowd, the Q10 is aimed at the existing Blackberry enthusiast looking for a high end device to help them in the business world, and the Q5 is the handset for the youth market.

Like the majority of mid-range Android devices, the specs of the Q5 will feel familiar to anyone watching the modern smart phone market – a 1.2 GHz dual core Snapdragon S4, 2GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage – although the specs are all very slightly down on the Q10 (which has a 1.5 GHz CPU and 16 GB of storage, but shares the 2 GB of RAM). And like the Q10, it also comes with a physical keyboard.

Let’s start with the keyboard, because understanding the decisions behind this device start with the keyboard. The best thing I found about the Q10 was the keyboard. With individually sculpted keys – each had their own independent travel, with each side of the keyboard tilted to allow smooth ‘two thumb’ texting, and the silver bars that separated the horizontal rows helped guide your eyes to the keys.

It’s noticeable that the dimensions of the Q5 and Q10 are almost identical, and the space taken up by the two keyboards are similar. I suspect that someone inside Blackberry has decided that their had to be ‘clear air’ between the quality of the keyboards on the Q5 and the Q10 to ensure the executives buy the Q10 and the budget conscious buyers will be happy to choose the lower priced Q5.

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Monday, 22 July 2013

Apple starts iPhone 5S Production at July ending

Apple iPhone 5SApple will begin production on the seventh-generation iPhone by the end of this month. This means that the so-called “iPhone 5S” should arrive in stores in late September or early October, according to Business Insider.

According to Jefferies analyst Peter Misek, production has already begun on the so-called “iPhone mini.” Selling for $300-$400 without a subsidy, this budget handset should launch alongside Apple’s traditional iPhone. At that price point, Misek says, “it will not be competitive in emerging markets.”

For the fourth quarter, the analyst expects Apple to order 50-55 million iPhones. Interestingly enough, his breakdown by model doesn’t include Apple’s current handset, the iPhone 5. However, it does include the iPhone 4S, which first launched in 2011.

He expects Apple to order 25 million iPhone 5S devices, 20 million low-cost iPhones, and 5 million iPhone 4S handsets.

The iPhone 5S is expected to look a lot like the current model. It may include a better camera, support LTE-A, and arrive in multiple colors. It may also come without Apple’s iconic physical home button.

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This article is taken from App Advice.

Thursday, 9 May 2013

Apple Launches iPhone Web Apps Directory

Apple on Thursday launched an online directory of more than 200 Web applications built to run in the iPhone's Safari browser.

The applications are organized in categories such as the most recent viewed, most popular, alphabetical and staff picks. The featured Web software on Thursday was a Facebook application that connects the iPhone to the popular social network in order to visits friends' pages, upload and share photos, or send and receive messages.

Other software listed as staff picks include a puzzle game called Sudoku, Fandango and applications for buying movie tickets, mobile dictionaries of translation for English, French, Spanish and German; and WeatherBug for checking on the local weather anywhere in the world. The directory provides a URL for each of the applications to access the service.

During Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in June in San Francisco, chief executive Steve Jobs disappointed many developers by announcing that the company would only support the making of applications to run in the browser and not directly on the iPhone's operating system.

While Jobs claimed Web applications built using Web 2.0 technologies such as…Read more.

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Thursday, 25 April 2013

Top 20 iPhone Application User Interface Designs

Five years have passed since Steve Jobs stood on a stage in Mountain View and said, "One last thing...", and those five years have been fast and furious. Over half a million apps have now been uploaded to Apple's App Store, not to mention the huge numbers of Android and Windows Phone apps that have been made available - but design-wise few of them can truly be considered beautiful.

The last year, however, has seen some mobile applications pop up with amazing-looking user interfaces that offer fantastic user experience. To encourage this trend, some friends and I have created a community, Meerli, to enable exceptional mobile designers to connect and share their work. Here are 20 designs we've found that we think can inspire you and bring mobile design into a new era.

iPhone Application UI Designs

·        Istid

·        I Love Moscow

·        Blackbook - Contacts List

·        HQ 2.0

·        Weat

·        Clear

·        Wthr

·        Prismatic

·        Camera Genius

·        Air Dictate

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Friday, 19 April 2013

Mobile Website Designing: Platform By Platform

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The mobile landscape is a complex and sometimes confusing place to be. Here we'll take look at the most popular platforms, operating systems and app stores and offers some quick and easy tips to making the most out of the opportunities they offer.

Around 1.2 billion phones were sold last year, 174 million of which were smartphones. Symbian devices count for nearly 47 per cent of this market (with Nokia making up the majority of this figure), but they're losing market share to both Apple and Research in Motion (RIM), the company behind Blackberry, which now have 14.4 per cent and 19.9 per cent respectively.

The fastest growing markets last year were Apple and Android, which grew by 6.2 per cent and 3.5 per cent respectively.

Smartphones enable consumers to download apps, and now there are app stores everywhere, courtesy of device manufacturers (eg Nokia's Ovi Store); OS developers (Android Market Place; Windows Marketplace for Mobile); operators (Vodafone's 360 Store; Orange's Application Shop) and Independents (GetJar; Handango). All are competing fiercely for eyeballs, clicks and sales.

At the moment, the Apple App Store is the undisputed champion; in January, it announced that three billion apps had been downloaded over the last 18 months. Others are catching up, though, with Nokia now proclaiming that it has broken the 1.5million app sales per day mark as of March.

The UK mobile scene According to the AdMob report on smartphone usage trends for January, 75 per cent of requests came from a combination of the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch. The next most popular were Nokia and HTC on 4.8 per cent and 4.7 per cent respectively.

With Apple firmly set with the top two handset models, it's left to HTC's Hero and Dream and Nokia's N95 to complete the top five UK smartphone handsets….Read more.

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