The iPhone 5 is here. Here’s the unboxing/review video we promised on this blog, RJMarmol.com iPhone App News and Reviews. Comparison video review of the iPhone 5 vs. the iPhone 4S (whether it’s worth the upgrade for a current 4S owner or if you should wait for the 5S/6) will follow in the coming days. This is an unbox/ first-look video so don’t expect technical assessments. I’ll publish a more in-depth review once I get to play with the iPhone 5 for a week or so. Come back soon for that review! :)
RJ and Io Marmol iPhone 5 Unboxing Video
“Little boy Io and Mama RJ unbox the iPhone 5, officially released in the Philippines December 14, 2012 and shipped starting January 2, 2013. We got ours the day after, January3. The iPhone 5 wasn’t announced at Apple WWDC 2012 last summer but instead made its debut last September 2012 and shipped towards the end of the same month. It didn’t (officially) reach the Philippines until 3 months after, about the same waiting time as the 4S which was released October 2011 in the US and got here December 2011. In this video, we take a first look, first impression review of the iPhone 5.”
iPhone 5 Unboxing Part 1/2: RJMarmol.com
iPhone 5 Unboxing Part 2/2: RJMarmol.com
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Five-time entrepreneur Frank Addante lists the digital gems that help him be organized and save time.
via Personal Productivity | Do More Faster: 10 Best Apps & Tools | Inc.com.
Many don’t know that Twitter didn’t actually invent the word “tweet.” It was a small group of developers at The Iconfactory who thought up the clever moniker when they made Twitterrific, the first real Twitter client. Twitterrific started way back in 2007 as the first Twitter app on the Mac, and the first iPhone version went live when Apple launched the App Store in 2008. Since then, the app has continued to evolve on both iOS and OS X. Twitterrific was the first app to use a bird icon, show a character counter as you tweet, and show replies and conversation threads in-app.
via Twitterrific 5 Is A Fresh Take On Twitter For The iPhone And iPad [Review] | Cult of Mac.
Probably in response to the rise in iPhone thefts and careless night outs that end up in lost or misplaced iPhones, the latest update to Apple app “Find My iPhone” now comes with driving directions to device location. Lets just hope your iPhone don’t travel by plane and you should rest easy that reunion is always possible.
Update now. iOS 6 or later supported.