It's time for another everythingiCafe Giveaway. No better way to start of a week than by offering our readers a chance to win Wood Camera. This vintage photo editor for iPhone is atop the best selling apps in the App Store, with great reviews and now you can enter a chance to win it for free. We're … [Read more...]
Welcome to our continuously updated iPhone resource hub, where we provide you with everything iPhone. You'll find information on the latest model, the iPhone 5 and older models. Reviews, how-to guides, help forums and all you need to know about Apple's revolutionary iPhone.
The iPhone 5 is Apple’s current model. It was announced on September 12, 2012 with the release happening on September 21st. This model was significant because it represented a major change in the size of the display. It features a 4-inch display, where all previous models had a 3.5-inch screen. While available on legacy models, it supports all of the features of Apple's iOS 6 software update that includes refinements to Siri, integration with Facebook and a new Maps application that has drawn criticism for its lack of data accuracy. In late 2012, Google released Google Maps for iOS, a standalone application that brings the same high quality mapping data as had been on previous iOS releases.
The iPhone 5 supports 4G LTE networks. It features a new aluminum chassis that is both thin and incredibly light. While the 4-inch retina display is impressive, the show stopper might just be how light the device is compared to previous generations. Apple has yet to announce a replacement, but rumors suggest the iPhone 5S will be available in the fall of 2013. Changes at this point, appear to be mostly internal, including a faster processor and improved camera optics. Nothing is certain until it becomes official.
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Join your hosts Marianne Schultz and myself for The Show: 75 - "Clog Your Arteries". We talk CES, In-n-Out Burger, rumors of a low-cost iPhone and so much more. You can subscribe to our show on iTunes, grab our RSS feed, listen now or download directly. We broadcast our iPad and iPhone podcast … [Read more...]
Every now and then, a rumor pops up that is so bizarre and stupid that we have to cover it. Ok, so a lot of people are talking about Apple maybe making a low-cost international phone, possibly using plastic to cut costs. Unlikely, but vaguely within the bounds of possibility. Then, along comes … [Read more...]
Have you ever received an iMessage or email from a friend with smileys or fun icons. These are also know as Emoji or emoticons. It's easy to enable on your iPhone or iPad, not to mention completely free and does not require a third party app. Follow this easy guide on how to enable emoji on … [Read more...]
The App Store has hundreds of thousands of apps, often making it difficult to find the apps worth your time and investment. We've detailed the best free iPhone apps, so which are the best paid iPhone apps? Join us for our comprehensive and continuously updated list of the best paid iPhone apps. … [Read more...]
There are a wealth of great free applications for the iPhone, but with the App Store offering hundreds of thousands of apps, selecting the cream of the crop can be a daunting task. We’ve scoured the App Store, bringing you the best from all categories. Every application you'll find here was … [Read more...]
The most popular resolution each New Year is to lose weight or get in shape. The App Store is filled with apps for weight loss, fitness and nutrition tracking. So which are among the best? Which will help you achieve your goals this year and beyond? Read on for the best apps to lose weight on the … [Read more...]
It's the season of giving and we here at everythingiCafe are giving away iTunes Gift Cards. Three lucky winners will be announced on January 2nd. To enter, simply post once in the iTunes Holiday Gift Card Giveaway thread in our forums. Membership is free and it takes only a minute to … [Read more...]
The past year has seen some interesting minimalist app designs, most notably Clear, which combines minimal design with fun, gesture based interaction. This trend has started to take hold in other apps, as developers look for new ways to deliver apps that break away from the norm. Weather apps are a … [Read more...]