One of the features I'm most looking forward to in iOS 5 is Newsstand, I can't wait to have my news and magazines automagically download to my phone every morning. But what else is there to know about Newsstand?
Sony Ericsson used to be a hugely popular phone maker with some interesting handset designs—sort of like Motorola. But unlike Motorola, it sat and did nothing while Apple created the smartphone frenzy. Perhaps that was a mistake!
With iPhone day upon us, plenty of us are waiting with bated breath for what the iPhone 5 will truly be like. Even though, heh, we kinda already know. The New York Times has it that you're in love with your iPhone. Really?
Talking at Macworld Asia, state-owned Chinese carrier China Unicom claims that Apple's iPhone 5 will run on suppafast HSPA+ networks. It's not LTE, but that's a 3x increase: a maximum download speed of 21Mbps compared to the current 7.2Mbps.
There are already plenty of reason why you wouldn't own a TV, especially if you stream to your iDevice regularly. The Epson MegaPlex MG-850HD projector lets you give your iPad the big screen treatment in your living room.
Nothing says rugged outdoorsman like a hollowed out tree trunk with an iPhone connected to it. That's not actually true. But the iTree iPhone/iPod dock would fit perfectly in a ski lodge, cabin, or Ewok dance club.
Apple's secrecy means speculation runs rampant about pretty much anything it does. So, in that light, there's this: The mystery event scheduled for October will be at their HQ, not downtown San Francisco. That's atypical! Now, speculate. [All Things D]