Today has been a long wait for many iPhone fans. The white iPhone 4 is now available. Check it out on Apple’s home page. It looks great and will for sure be a huge hit.
For those of you who do decide to purchase this beauty make sure you insure it with the best iPhone insurance available today with an iPhone insurance policy from Worth Ave. Group.
After a recent release of JAJAH on Andriod devices, a new app was released for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. With this new app, you can make phone calls to anyone, anywhere in the world for a very low price. The newest addition to JAJAH, however, is the ability to call your facebook friends using the JAJAH app.
JAJAH CEO, Trevor Healy, stated “Within hours of launching Facebook Calls for Android we saw thousands of calls, so we are very excited to bring this to iPhone owners. Calling has finally arrived in Facebook.”
Making a call to a Facebook friend is very simple. There are four easy steps to do this:
1- Download the JAJAH app from the iTunes store
2- Login to Facebook
3- Select a friend from your “online friends” list
4- Wait for your friend to accept the phone call- they will receive a message in chat telling them you’re calling. Once they accept the call, it connects, and you can talk to them.
The app uses the internet to connect the call, but once it’s connected, it’s just a regular call, which means that every call will have great quality. If you want to know more about JAJAH, check out their website here!
Rueters has just released a new article on the iPhone 5 and according to their sources we’ll have to wait till September for the new iPhone. Apple has been pretty consistent with releasing a new iPhone around June but it sounds like we’ll have to wait a little longer this year. For a full read on Rueters article click: iPhone 5.
So, here’s some news that could be true…or not. No one really knows anything about the iPhone 5 yet because it isn’t supposed to be released until June. There’s been some articles saying that there could possibly be an iPhone 5 docking computer. The iPhone would fit into the laptop computer where the touchpad is located and the laptop dock could charge and sync the iPhone 5.
Check out the picture. What do you think? Real or fake? I hope it’s real!
PCMag.com just came out with an article stating the AT&T iPhone drops more calls than the Verizon iPhone. The article does mention that Verizon customers and AT&T customers are both very satisfied with their iPhones but the biggest difference is the fact that the AT&T iPhone drops more calls. To read the full article click here.