AppStore’s one of the famous game Cut the Rope has been declared ‘App of the Week’, and is available to download for free.
Cut the Rope is a puzzle gam developed by ZeptoLab in 2010. The game being pretty addictive, it has been played by millions of users wordwide.
Basically, the point of the game is to simply drop the hanged candy into the mouth of game character, Om Nom. The more level you clear, more the obstacles and harder it will be to solve the puzzle which makes the game more enthusiastic.
Ahead of Apple’s September 10 iPhone unveiling event, TmoNews accounts that T-Mobile stores in the United States is prepared to black out September 20 through September 22nd as the days when their retail employees will not able to take the holidays.
Blackout reason on the given dates seem so obvious; to provide the sufficient customer support in the first date of launch of new iPhone. The launch begin so anticipated, the carries are already taking the steps to make sure their customers get required assistance.
Bloomberg, a reputed media company, tells that the new iPads will be the part of September 10 event.
First spotted by CultOfMac, an article at Bloomberg mentions:
The Cupertino, California-based company plans to introduce new versions of its phone and tablet at a Sept. 10 event, a person familiar with the matter has said, and the company promised “several more game changers” in the product pipeline as it tries to fend off Samsung Electronics Co. and Chinese makers selling cheaper handsets.
A new video has been leaked which shows the clear comparison between iPhone 5 and rumored iPhone 5S and blue plastic cased iPhone 5C.
There has been some decent video and picture leakage of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C lately. The only thing we can do is get excited and wait until September 10th and see what kind of surprise would be get from Apple.
It’s confirmed that Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5C will be cheaper than its next major release iPhone 5S, but still iPhone 5C could be ‘costly’ for many people.
Here’s a good news: A smartphone cloning company, Goodphone, has already and Android powered alternative which will be on sale for just $100 in China. The cloned phone is called ‘i5C’ which looks very similar to the real iPhone 5C based on the ‘leaked pictures’ we’ve seen so far.
As Apple’s iPhone 5C event is coming near, some new things about the new device are being revealed. According to the new report, iPhone 5S’ A7 processor will be running at about 31% faster than the iPhone 5’s A6 chip.
It is also reported that some of the iPhone 5S prototypes include 64-bit processors. The 64-bit processing will make transparencies, animations, and other iOS 7 graphics appear much more smooth.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the transformation to 64-bit processors will likely to happen in the near future. It may be possible that Apple could be testing the 64-bit chips on iPhone 5 or 5S for the possible 2014 iOS devices.
iPhone 5S would also include a new dedicated chi[ for ‘motion tracking’. Besides a new processor, iPhone 5S is likely to have a fingerprint sensor. But all this Apple’s goal isn’t going to happen in this year.
According to the Analyst, iPhone 5C will have very similar internal features, but with a rumoured plastic case.