Wednesday, January 23, 2013

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iPhone Hacks | iPad, iPod Touch, iPhone Blog | Jan 23rd 

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Ahead of the earnings call scheduled for 2 PM today, Apple has released its Q1 2013 earnings. The earnings are decidedly mixed with narrowly missing estimates with $54.5 billion in revenue, but beating estimates with $13.1 billion in profit. In the crucial device department metric, iPhone sales were up 23%, iPads up 33%, but iMacs down 22% and iPods also down 18%.

This story and analysis is developing, so stay tuned as we update the post.

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We all have our wish list for iOS 7, but if you apply for a job at Apple you could help shape it. Apple is looking for an iOS Frameworks QA Engineer to help with testing the new things coming in iOS. Of course we don’t know what that could be…at least until June.

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We all know dealing with PDF files can be a pain. We’ve all had a PDF file that we’ve wanted to modify in some form or another and found ourselves only to be left with no real way to do it. But thanks to iPhone Hacks and PDFPen, those days are over.

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In yesterday’s earnings call, Larry Page dropped hints (or what people are taking as hints) that Google could be working on a new phone—a phone unlike the Nexus which would be completely controlled by Google. Features? Unbreakable screens, long battery life, and wireless charging are all rumored to be part of a mythic Google X phone

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In addition to all the other rumors about the next iPhone, one that is not inconceivable (and certainly interesting) is that the next iPhone could come in colors like the iPod touch does. Not a totally crazy idea, the only question is: how. Like in many things in this world, simplicity is best.

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We’ve seen some interesting iOS 7 concepts this year, some of features in the concepts have been inspired by jailbreak tweaks and Android.

But here’s a new iOS 7 concept by Denmark-based designer, Mads Bengtsson, which comes with some fresh ideas.

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One of the main selling points for BlackBerry in the enterprise has been BES (BlackBerry Enterprise Server). BES allowed administrators manage the entire company’s pool of BlackBerry devices through one central panel. Ahead of the official launch of the BlackBerry 10 in a week, RIM has taken the wraps off the next version of BES, BES 10 which includes continued support for Android and iOS devices.

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Apple wasn’t the only one to realise the true potential of Siri while it was in its early stages. According to The Huffington Post, in the fall of 2009, before Siri was acquired by Apple, Verizon had struck a deal with the startup to preinstall the virtual assistant in all of its Android phones to be introduced later that year.

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VisionMobile has released their 2013 developer platform, tools, and economics report and the results of the survey aren’t too surprising. Developers target iOS first, Android next, and Blackberry is holding onto third place. Windows phone is stuck in a “wait and see” pattern, but HTML is still in the running for its cross-platform code.

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Last week, Judge Lucy Koh ordered Tim Cook, Google’s Eric Schmidt, Intel’s Paul Otellini, and other tech company execs to be deposed in a class-action lawsuit filed by tech company employees over “do not call” no poaching practices. This lawsuit, claims not only damage to employee’s potential salaries, but also for violating a 2010 agreement with the Justice Department over the practice.

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