Posted by Juli Clover on Jun 5, 2013 in MacRumors | 0 comments
According to Joseph Brown, one of the developers behind the iTweakiOS site that provides hacked carrier updates for iOS users, Apple is purposely throttling iPhone data speeds to “even out” the network as Apple’s phones consume more data than other smartphones. Brown states that AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint limit the iPhone’s data speeds and provides evidence in the...
Posted by Kevin Krause on May 21, 2013 in iPhone News | Comments Off
The latest Vine update doesn’t bring any major new features to the micro video sharing network, but it does address a number of bugs for the iOS app to provide an improved user experience.
Posted by Kevin Krause on May 9, 2013 in iPhone News | Comments Off
New app lets users peruse the App.net directory of iPhone wares, find friends on the social network, and for the first time create a free account without the need for an invite.
Posted by Emily Wood on Apr 17, 2013 in Uncategorized | Comments Off
Today the Google Fiber team is in Provo, Utah, where Mayor John Curtis just announced that we intend to make Provo our third Google Fiber City.
Utah is already home to hundreds of tech companies and startups, and many of them are based in Provo. In fact, the Provo area ranks second in the nation in patent growth, and is consistently ranked as one of the top places to live and do business in the...
Posted by Eric Slivka on Apr 2, 2013 in MacRumors | Comments Off
TmoNews reports that T-Mobile USA has issued an internal memo announcing that it will release a new carrier update on April 5 that will add LTE support for unlocked iPhones running on its network. The update will also bring Visual Voicemail and other features to the devices.
The T-Mobile Carrier Update is a minor iOS software update that enables official iPhone support by T-Mobile. When...
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