The long awaited iPhone 4GS finally was released in June 24th. Steve Jobs has claimed that the new iPhone 4GS has more than a 100 new features to it. Nearly all the versions of the iPhone came in with a bang, but this one is surely on the go to be the most hi-tech gadget of all time. The iPhone 4GS has left no room for competitors to take over. Competitors like Nokia, Samsung and Motorola might be surprised and shocked seeing this new iPhone! It has so much to offer that it will turn its owner into Gadget Boy.
To start with, the iPhone 4GS comes with a 1 GHz Apple A4 processor and iOS 4 (based on Mac OS), thus making it one of the best Smartphones of all time. We can keep on talking about the new added features, or we can simply jump to the ones that have caused the iPhone 4GS to start a buzz in town!
A 5 Megapixel Camera and The iMovie
For people who are wondering what iMovie is, it is a software program for editing and tagging videos to make it easier for the user to upload tagged videos on YouTube and similar websites. The iPhone 4GS comes with a 5 megapixel camera. Of course that’s something to ‘wow’ about! No previous version of the iPhone came with a flash, and this one comes with a LED flash. Isn’t that something you have always desired for in an iPhone? Plus, the phone is able to record videos in HD mode at 30 frames per second and at 720p resolution.
The Retina Display
Told you this iPhone has a lot of surprise you with! The Retina Display is not a special feature in the iPhone, but it is a property that definitely makes it superb. It refers to the pixel density of the screen. The iPhone 4GS offers 326 pixels per inch, which is nearly four times the display a standard LCD offers. To sum it up, you get 960 x 640 pixels as the resolution of the phone. Officials of Apple claim it to be a resolution that is more than what the human eye can perceive. So, basically if observed from a distance, the iPhone 4GS would appear like a high quality magazine to the human eye.
Bing on the iPhone 4GS
That’s actually a big surprise! And don’t worry – Google will always be there. The new iPhone 4Gs offers both Bing and Google as default search engines. The surprising part is that despite the rivalry between Microsoft and Apple, Apple has used the search engine. Anyway, what matters is that users are getting two high profile search engines in one phone.
Again a feature that can make you whoop big time! The iPhone 4GS offers a front camera that is to be used for video calling. Another bit of good news is that users can use the 5 megapixel camera at the back of the phone for video calling purposes too.
All in all, the iPhone 4GS is a happening and a trend-setting phone! However, we don’t know yet which will be the next company following this trend. We doubt that’s not going to happen anywhere soon. Till then, users can proudly roam around with their iPhone 4GS.
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This small hand held device that almost half of the world carries with them is our way of communication and more. Our personal and professional level of communication has changed and enhanced drastically due to cell phones and yet many of us are still in dark regarding how to take proper care of cell phone and increasing its performance. Many don’t realize that cell phone radiates harmful radiations and cause health risks. These harmful effects however, can be controlled by taking simple steps in consideration.
Here are top ten tips on how to enhance Cell phone performance, security and reduce health risks:
1.Restrict Bluetooth Usage
Keeping your Bluetooth switch on is not only unwise when it comes to security purpose but also drain battery charge. It’s not advisable to keep Bluetooth on when you’re not using it.
2. Hold your cell phone at Bottom
Hold your cell phone at the bottom because if your cover your cell phone by your hand then it reduces its ability to send or receive the signal. The phone increases its power to transmit stronger radiation.
3. Turn it off when not in use
If your cell phone is no longer in use for a longer period of time then switch it off. And if you don’t expect calls in the middle of the night then switch it off during night time too when you go to sleep and turn it on in the morning.
4. Keep the keypad locked
Keeping the keypad locked saves you from accidental dialing or blank text messages and loss of credit and battery charge. It is advisable to set your cell phone settings to phone security locking to automatically activate after 5 to 10 minutes, this is good for your security purpose as well.
5. Move to a position where signal strength is strong
If you’re in a cluttered and close area, signal reception can be an issue. Move to a place (like near window) where signal reception is good. Signal reception strength is on display on your cell phone.
6. IMEI Number
There is a unique 15-digit IMEI number in your cell phone, keep a note of it. You can see this IMIE number printed on cell phone battery or can access it by keying *#06#. If your cell phone gets stolen then you can always get it blocked by giving this IMEI number to mobile service provider.
7. Don’t Talk too long
It’s wise to use regular phone for longer talks and use cell phone only when in need. This is because radiation you are exposed to is directly proportional to the time you spend talking on your cell phone.
8. Don’t Use Cell Phone around Hazardous Areas
Do not use cell phone while driving. If its urgent to attend the call then park somewhere safe before answering the call. Avoid using cell phones around hospitals, aircrafts and petrol pumps.
9. Get Genuine Battery
Using cheap counterfeit batteries can be dangerous. Always use genuine batteries manufactured by the phone manufacturer. They last longer and are safe.
10. Follow Mobile Phone Ethics
It’s always good to show consideration to those around you when using your cell phone. Do not speak loudly on cell phones and always turn off your cell phone around public places like seminars, movie theaters and cafes. These are mobile phone ethics that everyone should follow.
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Today we will be upgrading our upload system. The new upload system is not only easy to use but comes with lots of improvement. We will turn off our site for approximately 2 hours. During upgrade you will not be able to download files or access your account.
What you will be expecting in the new system?
- You can now enter ringtone artist and select genre for ringtone.
- Added many wallpaper categories
- Videos will be converted on the fly
- Supports now animated pictures
- We have completely changed theme upload system. Now you can select multiple theme screenshots and cell phone compatibility. We have added many categories for you and its now also easier to download relevant themes for your cell phone too
Note: You will not be able to upload themes for a day because we will migrating existing uploads to our new system.
As always we would love to hear your feedbacks, suggestions or any problems you face on our website. Your feedbacks will help us to imrpove our website and serve you in a better way.
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Cell phone market has reached the hefty number of 30 billion and more is yet to be expected. There is a high demand of highly advance cell phones that function more than just a telecommunication device. Though cell phones are becoming more than just cell phones but there is a room for improvement. Lot of improvement to be precise. To cater the high demand, 3G technology is fast gaining popularity among cell phone addicts and 4G is looming in the corner.
With current mobile user using 2G or 2.5G, even 3G is very new to majority of cell phone users. Only smart phones such as BlackBerry Bold and Apple iPhone uses 3G and they are becoming hot favorite among tech savvy as 3G offers high data transmission speed ranging from 600KBs to 1.4 Mega bytes per second that means faster web browsing or sending emails within seconds. 3G ensure fast data transmission that makes watching TV or downloading a possibility on cell phone. 4G is generally known as ‘Beyond 3G’ as it will enhance the features offered in 3G because 4G in comparison to that means even faster data transmission since its speed starts from 2Mega bytes per second and can reach ten times that speed and higher, that certainly promise real time high quality transmission of voice and data multimedia all the time and anywhere in the world. That makes watching TV or downloading not just a possibility but actually a norm for masses. This will make access to internet easier; compatibility with other wireless services will be seamless with 4G.
There are many speculations about 4G as standards of it are yet to decide and tech gurus are predicting that things are not going to be as smooth as it looks. It took a long time for people to leave the comfort zone of their 2 to 2.5G phones and just recently, the hype of 3G phone is catching up. 4G may have cost issues and how existing cell systems can be backhauled to put this into effect.
Despite reservations and speculations, 4G is indeed the future of cell phones and already many companies are working over this technology. WiMax and LTE, two leading 4G technologies are already vying for their proposed standards. Japanese company NTTDoCoMo has been testing a 4G communication system prototype. Big names such as Bell Canada, Verizon Wireless , Telus have announced that they will cooperating towards building 4G LTE wireless broadband network. Europe and Japan have already plan to launch it by 2012.
4G is the reality of the future and integral for faultless computing and have a lot to offer as it’s the looming upgrade for tomorrow.
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I was just so curious when actually people start using cell phones and how first cell phone look like? To find my answers I start digging web and came up with this article, hope you will like it!
It’s hard to imagine that once the hand held light weight device through which we can communicate throughout the world was a rarity just couple of decades of ago. Cell phones are integral part of our lives styles now and we rarely leave our homes or offices without it. The cell phones we see today have an interesting history; it all actually started couple of centuries ago when our fore-fathers were thinking that long distance communication could only be done my snail mails.
How It All Started
It takes a few men of vision to spread their dreams globally so it all really started with one man Samuel Morse. In 1832, Samuel Morse conceived the idea of electromagnetic telegraph and laid down experimental version of his idea. Then in 1842, he laid wires between Governor’s Island and Castle Garden, New York, a distance of about a mile. Half of circuitry was underwater that got broke when passing ship pulled up the cables, many speculated the end of his dream and yet Samuel Morse didn’t give up and proceeded without the cable and successfully managed to introduce first ever wireless transmission by conduction to the world.
And then the ideas started pouring in, new possibilities emerged when Michael Faraday, an analytical chemist, started an exhaustive research on space conducting electricity and then in 1865 Dr. Mahlon Loomis was the first person to communicate through wireless via atmosphere. He was the one who developed the method of transmitting and receiving messages through earth atmosphere. That was the beginning for cell phones.
The First Ever Cell Phone
For many decades, scientist concentrated on wired communication and telephones become house hold devices. Concept of wireless phones were there but no relevant success was seen until Dr. Martin Cooper invented first ever portable phone. He was the first person actually to make phone call on cell phone, he did this on the streets of New York. He related his experience in these words:
As I walked down the street while talking on the phone, sophisticated New Yorkers gaped at the sight of someone actually moving around while making a phone call. Remember that in 1973, there weren’t cordless telephones, let alone cellular phones. I made numerous calls, including one where I crossed the street while talking to a New York radio reporter – probably one of the more dangerous things I have ever done in my life. – Martin Cooper. (Source here)
This rectangle box you’re seeing right now was the first commercial cell phone that became available in 1983. Then it cost $3995, weighted two pounds. Talking time was 35 minutes and for that, phone had to be charge for ten hours! Thankfully cell phones have improved a lot since then. You can see various images of old phones here. It’s a wonder to see how quickly technology has changed the face of the cell phone in little time.
Evolution of Cell Phones
Initially there was limited coverage and too much static filled but in 1980, cell phone quickly started to overcome it’s hurdle as proper standards and regulations were set. Inner circuitry became more powerful and smaller, making the possibility of smaller and lighter cell phone a reality. In 1990s when transmission of cellular phone went from analog to digital, quality of communication improved. With emergence of pre-paid phone accounts, cell phones truly become popular because that made this communication technology affordable for everyone.
The best thing about the evolution of cell phones is that its not over yet. Plenty of changes happened, plenty are happening and there are plenty of new ideas that are surging around that one day become an important part of cell phones.
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