Apple joins a long list of multinationals marked for labor exploitation, in this case children.
The U.S. press echoed a radio report covering complaints about working conditions in Asian factories that produce parts for the Cupertino based company.
A reportage for the “Business Insider Henry Blodget” summarizes the conditions in which the most coveted gadget cames at the hands of consumers: “your iPhone was built, in part, by 13 year-olds working 16 hours a day for 70 cents an hour”, and explains that the low manufacturing price of the iPhone and iPad, and the enormous profit margins of Apple, are only possible thanks… Continue to The iPhone Is Built By 13 Year-Old Children Working 16 Hours A Day
Apple has figured out how to solve the problems with the battery life of iPhone 4S, and it launched the updated iOS 5.0.1, first, a few days ago, the beta for developers, and now, the full version for all users.
A few days ago, users of the new smartphone released by the Cupertino company complained in public forums that the iPhone 4S’ battery lasted, in ‘stand by’ mode, about 200 hours, a low number considering the 300 hours battery life offered by the iPhone 4 or even the 250 lifetime hours of the first smartphone from Apple, launched in 2007.
Apple’s iPhone 4S has just been launched and the first benchmarks show how well does the processor perform.
Despite having only a 800MHz processor, Apple iPhone 4S proves to be at the top of the current devices available today on the market, beaten only by its brother iPad 2, which features the same Apple A5 clocked at a higher frequency, at 1GHz.
The same goes for the GPU of iPhone 4S, which performs quite good. In the below graphs taken from AnandTech’s benchmark, we can see how iPhone 4S performs against its main competitors, most of which have the… Continue to iPhone 4S processor only 800MHz
AT & T announced that it has received 200,000 advance orders for the iPhone 4S in just 12 hours. This turns the new Apple product into AT & T’s best smartphone launch so far.
The iPhone 4S presented Tuesday immediately disappointed his followers, who had expected a revolutionary design after 15 months of development. But Wall Street analysts are betting that the device updates and software enhancements, including a voice recognition system will receive good reviews and will attract consumers.
Aww! No WOW! Deception! The least we can say is that people and the press are not very kind to Apple and its new iPhone 4S, unveiled yesterday, Tuesday, Oct. 4.
A simple search with the tag # iphone4 on Twitter proves it: reactions are at best mixed. Bitterness that has even won the stock market following the announcement, Apple’s stock has somewhat unscrewed.
iPhone No5, a conference without Steve Jobs, his replacement Tim Cook did not really convince Apple fans.
The reasons for this deception are more than numerous. The Wall Street Journal explains that, “Despite the improvement of… Continue to No iPhone 5, iPhone 4S disappoints