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  • In rather disturbing news for Apple’s Unlocked iPhone4, it has been discovered that iTunes have been hacked into. This has caused widespread chaos as it may lead to rather unfortunate circumstances. It is especially of concern to people who have important files in there. It might be lost to the hackers who might use them for their own use, which can be devastating.



    It is of high importance that you log in to iTunes and change your password just to be on the safe side. There might be people who have their credit card on file, which if lost to the hackers may have disastrous consequences. The news has already sent everyone into panic. Such an unfortunate event could not have been predicted in any way and has been highly criticized. However, the fact remains that this has happened and it has to be dealt with and if you think this can affect you, and then you must definitely change your password at the earliest.


    So far the iPhone and iPad have been left untouched. The hackers have been identified as certain Asians who have a well drawn out plan to utilize the resources they have hacked into in the best way possible. They have innovative ideas, which can be particularly dangerous. They are believed to be devising applications themselves and buying those themselves in order to make them popular. Besides this, they are also involved in laundering money through Apple. These plans can have far reaching effects and this shouldn’t have happened in the first place.



    Right now, take care of the new iPhone4 Unlocked Handset and remember to be wary of any unsecured softwares that might be downloaded. It would be a wise choice to go and get your password changed and remove any important file that may be of interest to you as you can guess that they are of importance to the hackers as well.



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  • The Unlocked  iPhone 4 was long-awaited by people all over the globe. It is a phone which is feature-packed to the brim, and its camera was the finest in its class. The camera is a 5 megapixels, with a LED flash. The camera can shoot videos in high definition, and the flash can stay on while videos are being shot with it. But people are still in doubt regarding the iPhone 4’s camera capabilities.


    It seems that the iPhone 4’s camera is having some yellowing issues with its photos. Images shot with the iPhone 4 camera in indoor lighting and without any flash sometimes have a yellow or green cast to them. The same photo taken with a 3G camera is not having these problems.


    It is still not clear how many of the unlocked iPhone 4s handset  are having the same problem, but if the problem is widespread, then it will be a major concern for Apple. People were excited when they first learnt that Apple was going to upgrade its phone to 5 megapixels. Apple’s main aim was to make the light sensors better for low-light pictures. But now, if all these pictures are going to come in yellow, then it’s all a useless effort on Apple’s part.


    Apple’s smartphone launch has been plagued by bad omens right from the very beginning. It has seen many problems with the phone. The major problem that first cropped up was the reception issue. The iPhone 4, with all its high-tech gadgetry, had reception problems that made users fumed. But Apple has said it has looked into the matter, and will be introducing a software update within a few weeks.



    But despite all these problems, people are still crazy about the iPhone, and still want to get one. On its launch weekend itself, Apple shipped out 1.7 million units. But still it was not enough to meet customer demands. More and more people want the iPhone 4 Unlocked handset. Hopefully, the crazy fan-following of the iPhone 4 will still persuade buyers to invest in one, and turn a blind eye to its camera problems.



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  • Are you one of those crazy soccer fans who just can't have enough of football? Here's something for you to gorge yourself on: the Paragon Software Group, which is a premier software solution provider for mobile phones  and desktop PCs,  along with the German reference book publisher Langenscheidt have launched a version of the UEFA football dictionary for mobile phone users. The application has been launched specifically for Unlocked Apple's iPhone 4, iPad and iPod Touch and provides definitions as well as translations in the three different official UEFA languages- German, English and French.



    This unique trilingual dictionary contains as many as 5,700 different words which include everything related to the game. Additionally some topics of special interest such as stadium details and security, equipment, medical facilities, media issues, management and administration have been included in this unique one of a kind software.


    Each term's definition is followed by an explanatory note, replete with several examples , synonyms and cross-references wherever applicable. This reliable and authoritative lexicon helps sustain multilingual communication on the field as well as on the sidelines.


    This application is priced at 15.99 USD (12.99 EUR) or at a special promotional price of 11.99 USD (9.99 EUR) valid from June to July 12, to be acquired via download from the App Store or at the Langenscheidt's Web site.


    Salient features include:


    • Over 5,700 specialist terms
    • No Net connection necessary
    • History stores the last 100 articles.
    • Clear the search history.
    • List of similar words in case of misspelt words.
    • Special wildcard card search
    • Flash Card Quiz enables you to add new words to flash cards and test your knowledge as many times as you wish.
    • Landscape mode support.
    • Hyperlinks between articles and directions

    It is compatible with the iPad, iPhone 3GS unlocked gadget  and the iPod touch, running OS 3.0-4.0.




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  • Hike in AT&T’s ETF from June
    Posted on July 7, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    From June onwards, AT&T has hiked up its early termination fees (ETFs) to $325 in what might well be a move to ensure that iPhone users are kept locked in.



    The ETF is the fee that a user is to pay when he/she terminates the service contract. The early termination fees are being raised by the company from $175 to $325, which commenced from the starting of June. Incidentally, this roughly coincided with the expected release date of Apple's unlocked iPhone 4G/HD. This increased amount will be applicable to fresh contracts only and on the other hand ETF on feature handsets will drop down to $150. Renewal of a contract for a new iPhone will however get you into the province of this new ETF.


    Naturally this new policy change is rather a hassle but the underlying logic behind AT&T's decision is not that difficult to fathom. Apple's unlocked iPhone 4G/HD will in all probability be having an entry level price of $199 although AT&T has to shell out around $500 to $600 for a single set. Counting that in the reckoning, along with the number of people who are going to purchase the item, it totals up to quite a tidy sum in subsidies. They should certainly be able to get that money back over time due to the mobile data services of the users. Still, this does give enough of a prod for a rethink of strategies. It's an even greater problem for AT&T as many owners of  iPhones 3GS unlocked handset compulsively upgrade to the latest version on an annual basis, expecting the introductory pricing.


    This move is close on the heels of Verizon's hiking up of its ETF to $350 on "advanced devices" citing similar causes. The increased ETF may be another impediment for current AT&T customers to change, especially after rumours that Apple might go with Big Red, thus endangering AT&T's exclusivity with the iPhone.



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  • Details were obtained about Apple’s "streaming iTunes" feature at the beginning of July. This move by Apple seems to be a neat way to gain entry into the future which will be heavily in favour of cloud-computing. Most signs point toward the fact that we might be in for quite a wait because the various music labels haven't agreed and their approval is required for this to go through.



    Greg Sandroval, who deals with the digital entertainment and media portion of CNET, is of the opinion that the music labels have not acquiesced to this form of service until now, and naturally Apple Unlocked Iphone 4 will not be eager to trigger a confrontation with those that supply its online music store.


    It should also be noted that Apple has not yet obtained the requisite licenses from the four major music recording companies, as has been told by insiders in the industry to CNET. They also confirmed that Apple was indeed discussing the matter with the music labels but the record executives have not yet been intimated of the entire details.



    In the eyes of a few of the top music labels, Apple could allow iTunes users to be able to stream music from a home PC to other devices without the need for fresh negotiations. However, if Apple were to stream songs from its own servers to other computers and other gadgets then Apple must broker a fresh deal, as told by these sources to CNET.


    As an industry, the music sector is still in regressive mode, yet to accept the open-sharing nature of the Internet. Mobile music might be essential in boosting the industry, as exhibited by Rhapsody's iPhone4 Unlocked headset app, rivals Google's Android's streaming and Microsoft with its Zune Passup. Apple iTunes streaming could cross both of these, thanks to its established users, whenever it gets into the scene.



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  • E-mails have been sent out by Unlocked Palm Pre to the webOS developer community intimating them of Palm's intention of a waiver for the $50 per application submission fee that is required to get on the apps catalog. Moreover, Palm has also said that all current developers are eligible for a refund of their fees submitted previously.



    After its takeover, LogicHP considers Palm and webOS to be “A great source of mobile fun, its not all sunshine and rainbows”. The number of apps in the webOS store has leveled out at around 2,600 for quite a while. The rather stiff $50 submission fee was also a substantial deterrent to coders who might have been interested in developing apps for the PalmOS platform.


    By following the present policy, Palm would have to pay over $100,000. This is not really that hefty a sum, considering its acquisition by HP. Moreover, in a market dominated by the likes of the iPhone 4 unlocked Handset  and  Android operating systems for mobile phones, this may seem like a sensible investment to boost the interest of developers and coders thus giving a shot in the arm to application development for the PalmOS platform. And the App Catalog could definitely use the extra apps that may be coming due to developers homing in on this "too-good-to-be-true" opportunity.



    This is a rather unusual move to entice developers by Palm. Earlier they had waived the submission fee and reviewing process for open-source apps. The present move may also be a desperate attempt to increase sales of its smartphones - the Palm Pre Plus and Pixi Plus.


    There are several disadvantages to this as well. This literal opening of doors may result in spam, bug-prone apps, loss in robustness integrity of code due to an unrestricted submission policy and a lack of quality control.



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  • The Drawbacks of the iPhone 4
    Posted on July 2, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The iPhone craze has gripped the world by storm. There are millions of iPhone users all over the globe, and they are more than satisfied with their beloved iPhones. So naturally, when Apple announced the arrival of the unlocked iPhone 4, millions all over the world were in frenzy. There are many features, which makes the iPhone 4 stands above the rest. Among these features is its camera.




    The iPhone 4’s camera is the best in its class. It has a 5-megapixel camera, and a LED flash. The camera can take photos with excellent clarity and can shoot videos in high definition. The iPhone 4 camera shoots videos in 720p resolution. But there was something that the iPhone 4 could not do. Users found that the phone, what with all its superb features, could not upload videos directly on the internet. Now, this is a very easy task, and all would have thought that the iPhone 4 could carry out this task in the blink of an eye. But it was not so. The phone does upload videos, but minimizes its resolution, and is unable to upload videos at a resolution of 720p. The only way you could upload videos and keep the 720p resolution as well, is to connect the iPhone 4 to your computer, import the video using the import tool of your choice, and then upload it to YouTube or any other site.




    People buy the iPhone because it takes high quality pictures and videos. They like to share videos with friends and family online. They like uploading videos on the go. But the inability of the iPhone 4 unlocked handset to do so will strongly hamper its fan following. Apple spent hours in making a masterpiece, but forgot just this small detail. Hopefully, Apple will look into the matter and will see to it that no such glitches are there in the future.



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  • The Verizon latest models would have to prove their mettle as soon as the iPhone is launched. Verizon is looking into various ways to up its market and make it look bolder and meaner. In fact, Verizon company is doing all that it can to show that it means business ahead of the launch of the Unlocked Motorola Droid ( X )  model and the Apple iPhone 4 model.



    It is rumoured that Verizon Wireless employees had been in a meeting just before the Sunday Store closures. Though store closures are a rarity in case of such big companies but it’s happening nonetheless, though temporarily. It happened in small selected areas before spreading throughout the entire company. The big news that’s making waves is that the Verizon Wireless will be scrapping of the word ‘Wireless’ from its name. The Verizon Company are not holding back on the advertisements and are doing quite a bit of publicity stunts to rake up their products just before the launch of the Apple iPhone 4. The name change is followed by new slogans such as “Verizon, Rule the Air!”


    Except the name change Verizon are leaving everything else just the same. The developers have confirmed that there will be no added extra features with the new Verizon models.



    Sources have confirmed that this is just a marketing strategy which will temporarily change the name of the company. The idea is to shorten the name so as it appears bolder and more intense.


    The meeting that had been mentioned in this passage earlier had also another purpose. It was to decide whether or not the company would incline towards the new  iPhone 4 Unlocked gadget model that is going to be launched recently. Reports are in that Verizon will stick to their android models and putt full effort on their latest Droid X cell phones.




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  • First come first asked
    Posted on June 28, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    If you thought that queuing up for iPhone 4 is a madman’s task well you just haven’t yet got the hang of the frenzy surrounding the big launch. Here in the San Francisco main Apple store are gathered an assortment of gizmo lovers and techno fanatics to make a grab at the latest ‘big step’ in the unlocked mobile world. Meet Chris Bank. He has been right here, right at the head of the line since Monday to be the first person to buy the iPhone 4.



    Bank said that he has been a faithful believer in the BlackBerry products but the amazing display, multitasking and design was enough to sway him out of the road. He strongly suggested that moving into the Apple products was a huge development for him and he is a firm believer. He chose this particular store as this was one of the very few which boasted its availability for even those who did not order it before hand.


    Now to get down to the more excruciating yet vital details of Chris Bank’s camp in this Apple store. When hard-hitting questions were flung at him he answered that he uses the bathroom inside the store all day whenever required and holds it until the store re-opens in the morning. A few power bars, coffee with chocolate mix and a few other regular sustenance objects keeps him through. Chris Bank as it turns out is an independent tech consultant and with his MacBook to power him through has resorted to carry out his works with its help.


    As expected, the limited number of iPhone 4 in the market is definitely going to make it big on eBay. Quite unsurprisingly Bank, who will be the first to buy the unlocked iPhone 4, will sell it to the highest bidder and the stakes are as high as $300!




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  • Music WithMe quite a catch
    Posted on June 28, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    With the world in its stride to make itself smarter than ever, it is a nagging feeling when you can’t just jack your phone into your PC and sync your device with iTunes as smoothly as you can with your new unlocked iPhone 4. You would have to take recourse of some kind of mass storage devices or USB mode only to have to go through the rather groveling task of manually dragging and dropping all your music into your cell phone’s SD card. The whole task is rather unnecessary, not to mention tedious and time consuming. But the whole messy out-of-date process can disappear in the bat of an eyelid with the new BlackBerry. With the new Music WithMe you can sync your BlackBerry with iTunes totally wirelessly.



    It’s $15 from BlackBerry App World, which might raise a few eyebrows but if you are tired of fidgeting around and manually synchronizing all your then you should get this application. So let’s just run a little check on what you are about to treat yourself to and what you can expect with this item.



    Using Wi-Fi or even a cellular connection, you can easily and wirelessly sync your iTunes playlists to BlackBerry. Your playlist is automatically updated and any changes made on your playlist on iTunes will directly change on your BlackBerry. On June 24, 2010 Park Vu unveiled the Music WithMe for BlackBerry Smartphones thus totally wiping away the need for a USB connection or even any kind of secondary devices. With the help of Wi-Fi or a cellular connection you can also download music files from their iTunes collection to device on the go. And once the downloading completes no more data is used thus consuming lesser battery and as a direct impact your pocket feels a tad heavier. Co-CEO of Park Vu, Terry Goertz said that they were extremely excited on the launch of Music WithMe to the smartphones and also confirmed it is the easiest way to upload your unlocked smartphone with iTunes music. Music WithMe is available at $14.99 at BlackBerry App World.



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