posted on 22 Aug 2014, 21:51 3 1. Python212 (Posts: 363; Member since: 13 Aug 2014) Props to Apple!! They're doing the right thing posted on 22 Aug 2014, 22:19 2 3. xperiaDROID (banned) (Posts: 5629; Member since: 08 Mar 2013) Apple is being forced to do this "right thing". Imagine what will happen to Apple if they charge their customers for problems like this? It will give Apple a bad image, and their customers will switch to other brand after that because the customers will think that all Apple wants is just the money. posted on 22 Aug 2014, 22:43 5 6. AlikMalix (unregistered) How many times did any android vendors went out of the way to repair a problem for you after way after warranty ran out? When is Samsung going to replace the burn-in screen problem that AMOLED screens are experiencing? Or battery issues that affected 30% of consumers. My buddy called the manufacturer he was told he's not under warranty any longer even though they said in news that … [Read more...] about Comments for : Is your iPhone 5 battery suddenly not holding a charge the way it used to? Apple might replace it for free
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posted on 08 Mar 2011, 10:50 3 1. SB311 (unregistered) I hate to say it, but this does look like a a smoke screen to hide that Verizon's new relationship with Apple is causing them to push superior technology back. You are not going to see ANY new Verizon Wireless smart phones until 2012 thanks to Apple's desire to have the top spot in a carrier's lineup. posted on 08 Mar 2011, 11:55 5 13. roldefol (Posts: 4674; Member since: 28 Jan 2011) Verizon rejected Apple's initial offer for the iPhone BECAUSE they didn't want any single brand or device running their show. Verizon is wise to keep pushing the Droid brand in parallel with the iPhone/iPad and in parallel with LTE. The notion that Apple's influence will keep competing LTE smartphones off the shelves is ludicrous. posted on 08 Mar 2011, 12:15 2 15. Rejeimha (Posts: 18; Member since: 29 Jul 2010) Is this the initial offer to be Apple's exclusive carrier befor the iPhone was released on ATT? Becasue if that is … [Read more...] about Comments for : Verizon fighting through LTE difficulties
posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42 0 1. (unregistered) Sprint FAILS posted on 19 Oct 2008, 19:20 0 6. (unregistered) yes it does posted on 19 Oct 2008, 20:19 0 10. sprint is LAZY!!!!!! (unregistered) what are the people at sprint doing...this phone should of been out by now...they should work harder to get things ready when its DUE and stop delaying things...the instinct was delayed a couple times too and now the dimond and the touch pro??..no wonder their not number one...(im a sprint user) i've been waiting for this phone for a while and everytime im ready to go get it..sprint always finds some lame excuse to set things back..all the other big companies seem to get things done in time..well at least they try to get close to the original release date..(the dimond should of been out online since august 28 and out in stores around mid sept)...!!!!!!!! posted on 19 Oct 2008, 20:37 0 11. (unregistered) And what say you then to AT&T delaying the Bold? Yes, … [Read more...] about Comments for : Sprint pushes back the Touch Pro
posted on 07 Apr 2016, 07:22 7 1. amasog (Posts: 529; Member since: 22 Aug 2013) Phone insurance? LOLLOLOLOLs!!!! posted on 07 Apr 2016, 08:10 6 16. RichardYarell (banned) (Posts: 67; Member since: 24 Mar 2016) People just like to put every single insignificant irrelevant article just to bad mouth Samsung they need to try harder next time, every cases that Samsung made is strong enough to sustained on the 200 pounds ladies sitting on it yet hater still going to post this It's comical. posted on 07 Apr 2016, 08:21 8 24. HugoBarraCyanogenmod (Posts: 1389; Member since: 06 Jul 2014) Judging from your past comment, I'm not sure you're hired by SamsungUSA or not. 69. g2a5b0e (unregistered) Incorrect. Apple has a higher market share in Japan than in the U.S. posted on 07 Apr 2016, 09:31 1 43. Clars123 (Posts: 1006; Member since: 16 Mar 2015) dude STFU!!...I'm a Samsung fan but you need to stop this s**t..this article is about the cost of repairing the … [Read more...] about Comments for : Galaxy S7 edge screen replacement is $270, are you currently paying phone insurance?
While I was shooting images for our all-shipping-iPhones camera test (SE, 6s, 6s Plus, 7, 7 Plus, and 7 Plus telephoto), I had quite a few people ask on Twitter about the iPhone 6. I didn't include it in our big test simply because it was too many iPhones to carry around NYC by myself — five was pushing it! — but I still wanted to give iPhone 6 owners an idea of how their shots might compare to the new 7 camera. So, without further delay, here's a quick test comparing all of Apple's 4.7-inch phones: I went through a variety of common shooting situations, as well as a section on color tests. We're working on getting galleries to properly display in the iMore app and on RSS; until then, to properly view these photos, please visit our website. How we tested I shot with the iPhone 6, 6s, and 7 over the course of a few days using just the phones and the Camera app. The resulting photos haven't been touched up in any way — they're exactly the way the … [Read more...] about Camera tests: Battle of the 4.7-inch iPhones 6, 6s, and 7!
So you’ve heard of Verizon’s new 4G LTE (Long-Term Evolution) network, and you want in. Maybe you’re a Verizon customer and your contract has run out, or maybe you’re planning to switch to Verizon from another carrier. Bottom line: you want a 4G smartphone and you don’t know which one to pick. We’re here to help.Verizon’s 4G network has been up and running for a few months and there are currently three different phones to choose from, with a fourth coming soon. The LG Revolution, HTC ThunderBolt, and Samsung Droid Charge can be found at any Verizon retail store and we recommend you try all three out. The Motorola Droid Bionic will be coming at some point in August. Before you make your decision, however, you may want to read our notes on the three phones. These impressions come from hands-on time spent with all three devices.What is better about Verizon 4G?I could go into detail, but I already have in our 4G guide. Check it out to learn what … [Read more...] about Verizon 4G comparison: HTC ThunderBolt vs. LG Revolution vs. Samsung Droid Charge
But I did not this week because I was lost in a labyrinth of Touchpads, Best Buys and chasing the Unicorn. Now finally almost a week later the blood fever that gripped me has subsided enough for me to tell you about it.It all started last Friday when HP announced that it was abandoning the consumer, mobile and even the PC market. I wrote that the best thing to do with the 1.8 billion dollar Palm WebOS was to open source it, where a bevy of Android hardware companies would be looking to offset the Google/Motorola merger.As part of this exiting of the market, HP announced they were marking down the previously reported very large inventory of TouchPad’s to $99. I am not sure HP realized that this would set off a frenzied buying spree that would result in the TouchPad becoming probably the 2nd most popular tablet almost instantly. Or maybe they are as crazy as a fox and knew just what they were doing.In any event I ate my own dog food and was convinced that … [Read more...] about Chasing Unicorns, My Quest For A TouchPad
Apple Maps is one of a handful of apps (including Music and News) that benefits from a more colorful and legible design in iOS 10. And while Apple is quick to promote the new extensions and features like added pit stops (which Google Maps added months ago), questions still remain as to whether iPhone users can rely on Apple's app for direction assistance. Credit: Nick Bush / Tom's Guide Given that Apple Maps gave me directions to Central Park, Washington, when I just wanted to get to the nearby Central Park in New York City, I have my doubts. To find out which app you should trust, we pitted Maps from the iOS 10 public beta 2 on an iPhone 6 Plus against Google Maps on a Samsung Galaxy Note 5. DesignGoogle Maps, the long-standing king of the mountain, offers a tried-and-true interface that is easy to use, but Apple Maps earns points for how much it offers in its launch screen. Apple Maps presents data with bigger text and larger buttons, … [Read more...] about iOS 10 Maps vs. Google Maps: Which Guides The Best?
Remember back when Android wasn’t the dominant mobile operating system it is today? Those were dark times, if only because the industry wasn’t as diverse as it is now. Back then there wasn’t as much choice in the smartphone world. You were either an early adopter of the Android platform, an iPhone user, or still flipping open a dumbphone somewhere.But now Android is overcome with options thanks to the proliferation of apps in the Google Play Store. With the help of development shops like Touch Lab, the number of apps available for Android has grown exponentially throughout the years. It certainly helps that Kevin Galligan, President of Touch Lab, and Jeff Namnum, Vice President of Sales & Marketing, have been such active members in the Android community, too.Galligan and Namnum’s business focuses specifically on bringing more applications to the Android platform, whether it’s through porting one from iOS or developing it from scratch. We had a lengthy … [Read more...] about Android Influencers: Touch Lab’s Kevin Galligan and Jeff Namnum chat Android apps and iOS ports