The AT&T-branded Samsung Galaxy S4 is once again getting its Android 4.3 update as an OTA, only to pull it a couple of days later after a few devices that received the update started facing issues.
This software package updates the Baseband version number to I337UCUEMK2, and includes multiple improvements. Continue reading
An unlocked GSM version of the iPhone 5s has been released by Apple on its online store for the United States including the same exact capabilities of the non-unlocked models, but does not include a SIM card.
Over the weekend, reports began to emerge that AT&T had begun rolling out Android 4.3 over-the-air for the Samsung Galaxy S4.
After hearing some reports, we were able to confirm that AT&T has indeed pulled the update while they investigate some issues. There is no word on when it will start rolling out again, or what the exact issues was with the last update. We were told the update was on hold so Samsung and AT&T could look into “potential improvements.” Continue reading
At the Moto G event in Brazil Motorola’s confirmed that the Moto X will be upgraded to android 4.4 kit kat, As we often see, this will likely be dependent on carrier timelines and approvals, but it is refreshing to see that Motorola will have it ready in weeks. That is assuming there are no issues that pop-up to cause a delay. Continue reading
Apple Inc. (AAPL) is developing new iPhone designs including bigger screens with curved glass and enhanced sensors that can detect different levels of pressure, said a person familiar with the plans.
For many people, Android 4.4 KitKat will be an ease to use being a system that is very similar to its predecessors. For some however, Android 4.4 will be the first Android operating system that they use. In case that’s you, or you just want to know a little more about the new operating system, then There is a good news for all of you that Google’s official guide on using Android 4.4 KitKat is available for download right now.
The good news on Friday for Boost customers and especially new Boost customers is that the Apple iPhone 5s and Apple iPhone 5c are now available from the pre-paid carrier. Apple’s flagship iPhone 5S starts at $550 at Boost, while the iPhone 5C will set customers back $450 to start. The iPhone 4S starts at $300. but through November 24 Boost mobile is also offering $100 off of any device for new customers. That means you can pick up an new iPhone 5c for as little as $349.99 and an iPhone 5s for $449.99. You can also pick up an 8GB iPhone 4s for $199.99.
As we all know that Galaxy S III users were waiting for this update for several months now as Samsung didn’t update the Galaxy S III and the Galaxy Note II to Android 4.2, and the devices were still running a year old version of Android. But now the wait is over because it was on 03-11-2013 that the unofficial Android 4.3 update for the Samsung Galaxy S III leaked. Continue reading