The rumoured iPad mini shell that was leaked earlier has gotten a new life thanks to new images prior to the 12th Sept 2012 iPhone 5 launch. The shell appears to be thicker in size and the claimed iPad mini will not have a sim card slot, making a stab at the success of the Kindle Fire and Nexus 7 tablets. The tablet also touts dual speaker arrangement and the new style dock connector that is seen in the leaked mockups of the iPhone 5 as-well.
Google has let out a sly update to their Google+ apps on Android and iOS. The biggest addition is now allowing, Android phones to join Hangouts on Air, a feature we might use as soon as Today.
For iOS the app, it now allows you to open links in Chrome instead of Safari, making the dreams of a default chrome browser more real than ever.
What’s in this Android version:
– Teens can now create and join Hangouts from mobile– Join Hangouts on Air from mobile– Floating timestamp in photos view– Shortcuts for post creation– Ability to report abuse in [...]
While everyone waits the arrival of the next big OS for your iDevice, Apple is working hard to get it ready. The company has pushed out Beta 2 to the developers for testing, there are no special additions the primarily focus is on the bug fixes leading the software closer to a final release. There are still other betas expected before the final release comes out, So, hold on to your horses.
Those who have active developer accounts can download the latest betas from their accounts now.
Google’s long rumored Nexus tablet has been rendered and now has a price, $199 to be precise. Specs of this upcoming tablet are expected to be a 7-inch, quad-core Tegra 3 slate with a front 1.2-megapixel camera, NFC, 8GB to 16GB of storage and a 1280 x 800 IPS-based LCD.
Google’s I/O conference should reveal more information about this elusive device, especially wen it is finally showcased.
Do you own an iOS Device? Are you eagerly waiting for the iOS 6 update?
If the answer is yes, you will be surprised to know that not all features will come to all iOS devices for iOS 6. Apple has gone to the trouble of alerting would-be upgraders just what features they’ll get when they check for the update this fall.
Only if you own an iPhone 4S will you be able to enjoy all the features of the iOS 6 else the most compatible device will be iPAD 3rd Gen. Check out the full list of upgrade features below also see what your device [...]
Android activations are at an all time high, considering companies are hell bent on stuffing the OS into anything possible. At MWC 2012 Andy Rubin had announced that Android activations were at about 850,000 a day, now the number is higher. Much Higher at 900,000, or just short of a million devices a day (woot!)
Just a day before WWDC (Apple’s Developer Event) Andy Rubin has dropped this information to crunch the usual numbers you can expect from Tim Cook’s Keynote event.
Incidentally we will have all the information on iGyaan.in
Microsoft has just taken its Wraps off the next build of Windows, Microsoft Windows 8. Taking its inspiration hugely from the Windows Phone 7 Metro UI. Just like the Windows phone 7 Build this UI is also designed perfectly to work with touch-screens. Therefore you can bet on a large number of Windows 8 tablets to hit once the OS is fully released for consumption.
This next version of Windows will come with the new Internet Explorer 10 , as well as support for HTML5 and Java apps that will run better on tablet-sized devices. But, will also support all applications designed for [...]