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Custom IPhone 5 Development
An apology by Tim Cook for falling short of meeting the high expectations of the people and urging them to look for alternative till they work on developing Maps, has now shifted the focus of people on looking at the offerings of the device. Besides being the thinnest, lightest and the fastest iPhone ever, there are about 200+ new features in iOS 6 on the iPhone 5. there are black bars providing padding on sides in landscape mode and on top and bottom in portrait mode. The important thing is that the solution does not lie in just increasing dimensions and filling up the space like it was when the retina was introduced. We at Mindfire Solutions have years of experience in iOS app development and clearly understand the nuances and the intricacies involved in the business. With all the expertise to bank on we can be a high reliable offshore partner for custom iPhone 5 development work.
Since there is no choice left effectively but to adapt to the new display size, the initial round of effort will be more directed towards ensuring that the existing apps look good in the new screen. Subsequent focus will be on how to make the best use of the additional space which can be made available. Both will require good understanding of the type or nature of the existing app. The ones which use light images and have less scrollable portions will require less effort for porting compared to the ones which have high graphical content and less amount of scrollable areas. For the game developers, iPhone 5 might end up being a big accelerant. With higher resolution and processing power and a bigger screen, there is likely to be a shift towards developing deeper and richer games. For the existing games, there will be a need to revisit their apps designs if they want to take advantage of the iPhone 5 larger screen.
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iPhone 5C preorders showing disturbing lack of interest
CUPERTINO, CA SEPTEMBER 10: Apple employees arrange a display of the new iPhone 5C during an Apple product announcement at the Apple campus on September 10, 2013 in Cupertino, California. The company launched the new iPhone 5C model that will run iOS 7 (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)CUPERTINO, CA SEPTEMBER 10: Apple employees arrange a display of the new iPhone 5C during an Apple product announcement at the Apple campus on September 10, 2013 in Cupertino, California. The company launched the new iPhone 5C model that will run iOS 7 (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
iPhone 5C pre orders went live last night and it seems likely that there is a sheen of sweat popping up on the brow of Tim Cook. While Apple is used to seeing its new products approach sell out status at a very fast rate, the low budget version of the company’s flagship phone isn’t flying off the shelves.
BGR is reporting that despite the midnight start to pre orders, a sellout still isn’t in sight. That’s good news for people who wanted a little more time to decide whether or not they actually want to shell out the money for a new phone. That is bad news for a company that already saw some pretty significant hits on the stock market.
Excitement over the new models was very much muted, probably because there just aren’t a ton of new features with the iPhone 5C and 5S. People who already own an Apple handset might not be as excited about upgrading, especially when they know another phone is likely coming down the pike next year.
The computing giant is wanting to drive up demand for the new phones with a trade in program that retailers like Walmart and Amazon are jumping on as well. It appears that demand hasn’t materialized just yet. Part of the problem is almost certainly that the phone just isn’t cheap enough.
After spending the summer hearing rumors of an uber cheap new handset, Apple fanboys were a little less than overwhelmed with a phone that offers little more than what they have and carries just a slightly smaller price tag. While Apple is not seeing any sellouts just yet, it does appear that Sprint is starting to see demand pick up just a little bit this morning.
If sales of this cheaper model really are as unimpressive as they are looking out of the gate, worries over sales for the iPhone 5S are only go to increase as that launch dates nears.
What features Apple fans want most on the iPhone 6
Out with the old, in with the new the iPhone 6 release date is already grabbing the attention of Apple fans everywhere. An article posted on May 23, 2013 at International Business Times reviews possibilities for the upcoming gadget, and discusses what features consumers would probably be most interested in.
What are the other features consumers would like to see? Wireless charging made the list since it would allow for longer battery life A good feature since one of the major iPhone complaints is that the battery drains too fast. Another popular feature iPhone lovers would like to see is a fingerprint sensor for additional security. Consumers also want “smarter control features” on the new iPhone 6. With the Samsung Galaxy S4 hitting the scene, Apple may want to step up their game on this one.
Spec rumors for the new iPhone 6 say the popular smartphone will a Retina or IGZO screen display, an A7 quad core chip processor, 128GB internal storage, 13 mega pixel camera, longer battery life, and iOS 7.
Some of the newest reports claim the new iPhone 6 release date won’t be until early 2014, but since Apple keeps details about upcoming products and devices pretty secure, no one really knows for sure when the handset will become available.
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, says Apple’s “teams are hard at work on some amazing new hardware, software, and services that [they] can’t wait to introduce this fall and throughout 2014.”