The iOS 5 release is now a fact. The software was officially released on 12 October 2011. Now users of iPad, iPhone and iPod devices can upgrade to the new system automatically just by downloading the software for free. What do you get with iOS 5? You will enjoy over 200 cool features with one of the best ones being the Safari app.
When it comes to screen size, the Android-powered phone comes with a larger touch screen. It comes with a 4.3 inch Super AMOLED display that offers more real estate for you touch interface needs. Apple’s handset comes with a smaller display. It comes with a 3.5 inch touch screen. Despite being smaller, it does come with a Retina Display. This offers a resolution of 640 x 960 pixels compared to the 480 x 800 pixels offered by the 4.3 inch phone.
Among its many terrific uses the iPhone’s tremendous ability to help you learn foreign languages. By downloading applications that offer vocabulary instruction as well as translation assistance in a large number of tongues, you can set yourself on the path to becoming a true citizen of the world.
If you thought that you are limited to future reading articles on your smartphone, think again. Whatever you save, you can also access them on other iOS 5-powered Apple products such as the iPad 2. Thanks to icloud bypass, your saved articles can be read on other devices. You can save on one device and read it on another.
Verizon and Sprint customers can take their phones overseas now and roam. Also welcome is the free 3GS version (on AT&T contracts only) and the $100 iPhone 4 on Verizon, Sprint and AT&T. Those cheaper models should sell big, particularly the iPhone 4. Many customers will probably look at the 4S and the 4 and not see $100 worth of speed differences between the two (improved camera notwithstanding).
Some people like to keep their iPhones light and do all their gaming and media on their iPad, and some people just don’t shoot a lot of pictures or video. If that’s you, you can save yourself some cash and get a 16GB iPhone 5.
T-Mobile is currently selling America’s first ever Nokia Windows Phone in the Lumia 710. At $50, the device is available in either black or white and runs on the Windows Phone 7.5 Mango operating system. It is 4G capable, has a 3.7 inch ClearBlack AMOLED screen and is easy and fun to use. Battery life is great and surpasses that in Android devices, and features such as People Hub, Bing Voice Search and Nokia Drive will certainly increase your love for this smartphone. Although the Lumia 710 only has a 5 megapixel camera, photos are clear and crisp, and 720 pixel videos are of good quality. There are various others cheap cell phones also available in the market. These were some of the great options available.