iOS 5

4G LTE Test Code Revealed in iOS 5 Developer Build

4G LTE Test Code Revealed in iOS 5 Developer Build

It appears that an iPhone 5 4G LTE is still in the works as a 4G Long-Term Evolution testing code has been discovered in beta builds of Apple's next version of their mobile operating system iOS 5. This is but a single one of several reports, leaks, or otherwise rumors that have been reported over the past year of an iPhone 5 running the next-generation mobile connectivity, the most recent of which appeared August 15th when the report was that LTE iPhone 5 carrier testing had begun. Code referring to 4G LTE mobile connections testing inside the device documents relating to the situation supposedly appears amid iPhone 5 firmware in this case as well - does this mean we're looking at a 2011 iPhone 5 LTE?

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iOS Assistant based on Siri tech, able to access contacts, calendars, and email

iOS Assistant based on Siri tech, able to access contacts, calendars, and email

Apple's newest mobile operating system by the name of iOS 5 just keeps getting better and better it seems, today being sort of confirmed to be working with Siri technology, Siri being a company Apple purchased last year. Also in play is the fact that Nuance, a company that powers the voice-recognition aspect of Siri's current iPhone app, has recently released a separate app very similar to the current Siri app - this launching the idea that Apple's iOS 5 "Assistant" could be working completely on Nuance technology. We already know the two companies to be working together on one project: OS X Lion uses Nuance speech technology.

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Apple Becomes World’s Largest Company Today

Apple Becomes World’s Largest Company Today

Today Apple has passed Exxon Mobile in market value to become the world's largest company. It's a historic day for computing as a whole as Apple has officially become the largest company in the world based on market value. Exxon Mobile was the previous holder of said top spot but was just passed today by Apple making this the first time Apple has held such a spot and making Apple the clear forerunner for most successful computing manufacturer in the world this very moment.

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Apple Disabling Non-Developer iOS 5 Beta Devices?

Apple Disabling Non-Developer iOS 5 Beta Devices?

It's being alleged today that Apple may be disabling devices that are running iOS 5 betas that have been acquired through unauthorized means. iOS 5 beta is meant for Apple's registered developers, but since those developers get UDID identifications for up to a hundred devices, some have unscrupulously sold these slots for profit.

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Apple Posts iWork Web Developer Job Opening in Prep for iOS 5 and iCloud

Apple Posts iWork Web Developer Job Opening in Prep for iOS 5 and iCloud

It seems that the launch of iOS 5 and iCloud is soon approaching indeed as Apple has posted a job listing looking for a new engineer in the area of iWork specifically. This person would "build the front and/or back end of scalable web applications,"noting that this will more than likely be an expansion to Apple's already existing iWork.com as well as future iCloud business expansions, all this as the applications continue to be improved for the native Mac OS X Lion as well as mobile versions.

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iCloud Pricing Details Leak For 10GB, 20GB, And 50GB Extra Storage Options

iCloud Pricing Details Leak For 10GB, 20GB, And 50GB Extra Storage Options

Apple's much anticipated iOS 5 and iCloud, unveiled at WWDC 2011, are promised for a September launch. And with only one month away, Apple has opened the doors to its iCloud.com web interface for developers. The website launch is still in beta and revealed not only several web apps, including Mail, Calendar, and Contacts, as well as an interesting iOS-based interface, but also revealed the storage and pricing options for the upcoming iCloud service.

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