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.

Blackberry is giving us something more to survive its market share and try to increase their sales. More sales means users should need more applications to be developed. So, blackberry application development services can fulfill required demand of Blackberry users.

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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.

We know the iPhone apps importance and try to utilize it for more n more returns. After iPhone 5S launch, its users will need for best iPhone application development services from great companies. So, all we are waiting for iPhone 5S features and functionality.

This article is taken from App Advice.