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Apple and apple users are becoming more and more common. According to sources, in the last 4 years, Apple customers globally have increased from 26% to 43% and it appears that out of this 43%, 70% have started investing in Apple products after purchasing iPod and experiencing the beauty of Apple product. Most of the corporate users of Apple products spend most of their time by running the basic functions. This post aims to bring the list of most common, widely used, time saving applications for iPhone iPad and iPod. Source: http://www.geekyapple.com/2012/04/best-business-applications-for-ios.html
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iPad Mini And Redesigned iPad With Lightening Connector Releasing Tomorrow - Geeky Apple - The new iPad 3, iPhone iOS6 Jailbreaking and Unlocking Guides

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iPad Mini And Redesigned iPad With Lightening Connector Releasing Tomorrow

Tomorrow is the big day when Apple is going to announce a redesigned iPad mini and as the name suggests,, this iPad will be of a smaller size with 7.85 inch diagonally. The reason for introducing a 7 inch iPad is to compete with Google's Nexus 7 and Amazon's Kindle Fire. It is quite obvious that the new iPad mini will feature a lightening connector like that of iPhone 5.

The concept of a 7 inch iPad was earlier coined while Steve Jobs was still alive but he wouldn't accept it considering it as a waste because of the smaller screen size and instead proposed 10 inch screen as a minimum requirement. The ideology behind the 7 inch iPad came from Apple's senior vice president, Eddy Cue who strongly believes that there is a market in 7 inch screen devices and hence Apple should have a smaller iPad too.

It is a known fact that Apple gives a lot of thinking before releasing a product and the reason behind having a 7.85 inch iPad instead of 7 inch is because this will help the developers an easy way to upgrade their apps. With a 7.85 inch screen, the iPad mini can still run all the applications that run on iPad and iPhone. The only work that developers will have to upgrade their apps would be to adjust the corners to match the iPad mini screen.

Internally, the iPad mini is believed to be built using the same components as last year's iPad 2. That means the same CPU (A5), same RAM (512 MB) and same GPU. It also means the screen is not expected to be a "Retina" display. Instead, it will be same 1024x768 resolution as the iPad 2 -- though at a higher pixel density due to the smaller screen. - Macrumors

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iPhone 5 Is UK's First LTE Smartphone - LTE To Start From October 30 - Geeky Apple - The new iPad 3, iPhone iOS6 Jailbreaking and Unlocking Guides

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iPhone 5 Is UK's First LTE Smartphone - LTE To Start From October 30   iPhone 5 - UK's First LTE Smartphone Recent developments indicate that UK consumers may be able to use LTE much sooner than anticipated, and the iPhone 5 will be one of the only LTE phones available in the UK when LTE goes live later this month.   Slow Progress The United Kingdom is a bit behind other countries when it comes to updating its communications infrastructure. The upgrade to LTE has been hampered in the UK due to a combination dithering politicians and regulatory bodies, but recently with the announcement of the new network EE, development has started to pick up pace.   LTE could not be introduced into the UK earlier because all of the existing radio spectrum was already in use. With the demise of analogue TV the government announced plans to auction the newly available chunks of radio spectrum to the UK networks, but has been very slow in getting the auction organised.   Everything Everywhere Everything Everywhere, which is the partnership between two major UK networks, Orange and T-Mobile, already had some of its existing radio spectrum which was not being used, and was granted permission by the regulatory body Ofcom to start offering LTE prior to the official 4G auction.   This move means that the UK has gone from barely a glimpse of 4G on the horizon to most likely having LTE services available within a month.   Auction to be Brought Forward The advantage that EE has gained in setting up its LTE networks early has angered its leading competitors, who have forced the government to introduce the auction much sooner. If current talks are effective, EE's main competitors could also be offering LTE by the end of 2012.   But because for a long time LTE has seemed like a far-off fantasy, there are currently few handsets in the UK that offer LTE compatibility. Earlier LTE phones, like the Motorola Atrix and the Samsung Galaxy S3, had their LTE support removed when they were released in Britain.   iPhone 5 Currently Offers LTE Because of this, the new iPhone's timely launch just before EE begins to offer LTE means that it could be the first phone in the UK to enjoy 4G download speeds. EE will offer a small number of other devices, from HTC and Nokia, as well as a re-released Galaxy S3, but many existing Orange and T-Mobile iPhone 5 owners will be able to switch over to EE on the day it goes live rather than having to wait for a new phone to be delivered.   EE will start to offer LTE at the end of October while other networks are yet to confirm when their 4G services will become available.   Author Simon writes for UK comparison website Best-Mobile-Contracts


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