Apple releases iOS 5.0.1 with battery fixes, bug fixes and more

Thursday November 10th, is a special day for Apple users. Why? Because, on Thursday Apple has released their first update to the new IOS Version 5, IOS 5.0.1.

iOS 5.0.1 Updated
iOS 5.0.1 Updated

The update from Apple includes multitasking gestures for the original iPad, bug fixes with Documents in the Cloud and improved voice recognition for Australian users. The largest update however for most of us is a fix for bugs which were affecting the battery life of all devices running iOS 5.0 iPhone 4S users in particular. Continue reading “Apple releases iOS 5.0.1 with battery fixes, bug fixes and more”

Apple has announced that iPhone 4S First Weekend Sales Top Four Million at Cupertino

This weekend a special moment for the company Apple. If we spend time with family holiday excursion fatherly, Apple still continues to count his income.

iPhone 4s outside an apple store in tokyo
iPhone 4s outside an apple store in tokyo

Just for information Apple is an American multinational corporation that designs and markets consumer electronics, computer software, and personal computers. The company’s best-known hardware products include the Macintosh line of computers, the iPod, the iPhone and the iPad. Cupertino, California October 17, 2011, Apple today announced it has sold over four million of its new iPhone 4S, just three days after its launch on October 14. Continue reading “Apple has announced that iPhone 4S First Weekend Sales Top Four Million at Cupertino”

How To Upgrade iPhone into iOS 5 GM (Gold Master)

iOS 5 GM dmd with ipsw
iOS 5 GM dmd with ipsw
Today Apple, Inc has been seeded to iOS Developer iOS 5 GM (Gold Master) and all developer able to download ipsw and applied on their iDevice. iOS 5 GM is different with iOS 5 Beta, so the developer needed to download manual iOS 5 GM ipswand using iTunes 10.5 Beta 7 or newer to applied it.

If you not developer and already register your iDevice (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch) UDID you can upgraded too. Follow this step

  1. Download iOS 5 GM (Many version and Device)
  2. Backup your data into your PC/Mac or using iCloud (Apple Recommend using iCloud)
  3. Connect your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch into your Mac/Windows with iTunes 10.5 Beta 7 or newer installed
  4. On your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch in iTunes click restore with hold option button and choose your downloaded iOS 5 GM ipsw
  5. Follow the step until it done.
  6. You will be prompted that your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch was ready, you can choose fresh phone or restore from you backup
  7. That’s it, now you have successfully installed iOS 5 GM

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iOS 5 Preview: Major changes in iOS 5 based on WWDC 2011

Honestly I had some time ago to hand on iPad 2. And unfortunately it is not mine. When looking at the website and see first hand, the more I love this device.

iOS 5 Feature
iOS 5 Feature

External appearance is very attractive and advanced features offered are very tempting. Moreover, supported by the OS that is extraordinary, pampering us with an interesting variety of applications. I also continue to follow the news and information related iPad 2. And the latest news that I can is Apple unveils IOS 5, iCloud, iMessage update at WWDC 2011. And will I share this information for you.
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iOS 5 Features: Twitter Integration

There has some rumors on iOS 5. The latest coming from TechCrunch that iOS 5 will be included shared to twitter on Default Photos App. Like we all know from All Things D has said Twitter will be released own photos sharing service in this week. Twitter CEO Dick Costolo was planning to announce this news.


iOS 5 with Twitter Integration
iOS 5 with Twitter Integration

Back to iOS 5 features, TechCrunch has said that Twitter Integration will be available on iOS 5. Here is what TechCrunch has said


We’ve heard from multiple sources that Twitter is likely to have a big-time partner for such a service: Apple. Specifically, we’re hearing that Apple’s new iOS 5 will come with an option to share images to Twitter baked into the OS. This would be similar to the way you can currently share videos on YouTube with one click in iOS. Obviously, a user would have to enable this feature by logging in with their Twitter credentials in iOS. There would then be a “Send to Twitter” option for pictures stored on your device.

It’s will be very interesting. See you in Next Week on Apple WWDC 2011