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A picture taken with an iPhone 5, left, and an iPhone 4S, right. Shortly after the iPhone 5 was released, some users began to complain that a purple flare appeared on pictures taken with the camera whenever it was pointed toward a bright light. Now,
Janet Vertesi teaches sociology of technology and human-computer interaction at Princeton University. Follow her on Twitter: @cyberlyra. (CNN) -- A recent torrent of complaints has prompted Apple CEO Tim Cook to issue a public apology for the company'
Taipei, Oct. 7 (CNA) Apple Inc.'s new iOS 6 operating system may hurt Taiwanese consumers' support for Apple products because of features that are not yet geared to Chinese-language users, a Taipei-based analyst said recently.
The Washington Post Camera for iOS 6 With reduced image blur, it's clear to see how far camera phones have come Apple has made several upgrades to the Camera app that make the program more than simply the way you access your phone's camera. The
Suggested Topics Apple recently found to its cost just how much maps mean to us when it replaced the Google maps on iPhones with its own handiwork...Railway stations were labelled as parks, parks became airports, Woolworths stores were resurrected...
Tech heavyweights are racing to release more accurate mapping and location services for use in smartphones, cars, tablets, cameras, and more...Under the terms of the deal, Oracle's enterprise customers will gain access to mapping and location content
Slowly but surely, Apple is improving the iOS 6 Maps experience. Phone owners have begun noticing significant changes in Apple's Maps app, which has added more 3D data. Two big examples are the newly 3D-ified Stature of Liberty and an improved
Until last month, Google was also behind the free, main maps app on iPhones. But that one didn't have voice navigation or automatic re-routing. Driving with it meant swiping through pages of on-screen directions. A friend missed a train in May as we
The new iPhone 5 has been launched with the features which will contradict the perception of critic about the usability of
Now, irritated Apple users need not worry about errors and omissions made in the Maps service, as Google has updated its web-based maps app, which iPhone users can easily access through their mobile's web browser.