posted on 29 Mar 2015, 10:29 0 1. shaineql (Posts: 427; Member since: 28 Apr 2014) Cool, i bet guys from samsung regreted making "Normal" version of S6 after they saw how well S6 edge was recieved. There was an article few days ago claiming higher demand for edge . posted on 29 Mar 2015, 10:48 1 5. drunkenjay (Posts: 1172; Member since: 11 Feb 2013) nope. samsung already has problems producing vast amounts of edge screens. posted on 29 Mar 2015, 10:54 2 6. cdm283813 (Posts: 424; Member since: 10 Jan 2015) You can't say that 100% of the people in the market to upgrade is ready for the Edge at a $100 increase. Some people actually want the standard version. I expect Samsung to release 2 versions of the Note 5 as well. posted on 29 Mar 2015, 11:08 3 7. g2a5b0e (unregistered) "You can't say that 100% of the people in the market to upgrade is ready for the Edge at a $100 increase." posted on 29 Mar 2015, 13:43 0 14. Sfluega (Posts: 3; Member … [Read more...] about Comments for : T-Mobile starts shipping pre-ordered Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S6 edge units?
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Those who pre-ordered an Apple iPhone X through Apple on Friday morning may not actually have an iPhone X reserved for them, even though they received an email from Apple that featured a reservation number. A loyal PhoneArena reader got up at 3am EDT in order to place a pre-order for the 256GB Apple iPhone X.in Space Gray. About a half hour later, he received an email with a reservation number, telling him that an iPhone X had been held aside for him, and to await an email with further instructions. Thinking that he successfully pre-ordered the device , this person (let's call him Michael) now decided to catch up on lost sleep, no doubt dreaming of the day when he will get to hold that 5.8-inch OLED panel in his hands. When he got up before noon, he had received email from Apple requesting that he click on a certain link inside the email to confirm the pre-order. However, when Michael attempted to do this, he received a message that said his Verizon business account did not … [Read more...] about Think you pre-ordered an iPhone X from Apple? Don’t let this tale happen to you
posted on 10 Dec 2017, 11:50 19 1. jphillips63 (Posts: 253; Member since: 04 Jan 2012) That’s the nice part of owning Apple products. We get OS updates for a few years after our purchases. Unlike many of the androids that get left behind after a year of ownership. posted on 10 Dec 2017, 11:55 13 2. Busyboy (Posts: 676; Member since: 07 Jan 2015) Exactly, which is why I say the only phone justifiable at $1000 (closest to being justified, not justifiable) is the iPhone X. All other Android phones around that price will be lucky to get 2 OS updates, while the iPhone will guaranteed get 4-5 years of support. posted on 10 Dec 2017, 12:36 4 19. sgodsell (Posts: 5787; Member since: 16 Mar 2013) Well duh, of course we want to get every update. However some updates require new hardware. Look at the iPhone X with it's new OLED display, and FaceID, plus selfie portrait mode. All require new hardware. There there is new SoC's which add faster CPU's, GPU's, and … [Read more...] about Comments for : Consumers prefer receiving software updates to buying a new phone
Google Now received an update that allows it to provide information for the Winter Olympics. The new cards include medal standings, news, and upcoming events in chronological order. For fans of the Olympics, Google Now will automatically show these cards, or you can search for them on demand to get information updated in real time.New capabilities for Google Now include the ability to call or send a text message to one of your contacts. You can even press the microphone icon on the search widget and say the name of the person you want to call. For example, you can say "call Ropierre". The name and number is confirmed and the call is made. If you want to send an SMS message, say "text Ropierre". Again, the name and number is confirmed first.Reminders can now be made in other languages such as German, French, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Japanese and Korean. And you can now set a reminder for a specific upcoming event. You can tell Google how you plan to arrive at this event, and how … [Read more...] about Google Now receives an update for the Olympics and can now handle new tasks
"We want it all and we want it now!" is how we're conditioned by 21st century life. Since Yo exploded with its one-click simplicity, app developers got the hint and started making easy one-click apps for everything. And while a "tap' n 'go" app for doing your calculus homework might be off the table for a while, there's already an app that lets you push a button and receive a pizza - your college dream alive! Meet 'Push for Pizza', the iPhone app that prides itself in being the easiest way to order pizza. Think about it - is there an easier way to procure a Quattro Formaggi than pushing the app's "magical pizza button", choosing your favorite restaurant from a list of the nearest establishments, confirming your order and getting it at the door - paid up and tipped. All of this in as little as three taps! Well, you do have to enter your credit card and delivery information beforehand, which is a bit of a drag... but hey, it's pizza! The magic behind Push for Pizza happens … [Read more...] about Push for Pizza – humanity finally invents the “push button, receive pizza” app!