Forget the thin iPhone 5 design, a new parody video highlights the major new iPhone feature in a “leaked” iPhone 5 promo video that’s too funny not to share.
After Apple announces a new product the company quickly releases a video showing an executive talking about the new gadget on a white background. Adam Sacks takes this product pitch time and turns it into a pitch for the iPhone 5′s new photo and Siri features.
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How to fund a microloan, find a place to volunteer, or help UNICEF – from your iPhone or Android device while you wait.
Smart phones shine brightest during the slow moments in life. People can whip them out to read the news in a waiting room or play a game during a cab ride. But Vijay Kiran wantsowners to fill these idle times by making a difference in the world.
So Mr. Kiran created iKiva. The iPhone application taps into Kiva, a microlending service that connects people to entrepreneurs in developing countries. The software lists businesses that need a little extra funding, such as farms, craftsmen, and community markets. Kiva shares their stories and provides an easy way to lend money.
Now, passing the time can change lives.
A new app, CarrierCompare, will soon take the guesswork out of choosing your iPhone carrier. Choosing a carrier has always been a bit like playing roulette.
Signal coverage maps provided by AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon are anything but detailed, and often areas which appear to be covered, are fraught with dropped calls and slow Internet service. Until now, your best guess at coverage was to ask other iPhone users, but CarrierCompare seeks to change all that.