Apple made waves last year when they announced the iPhone 5s, not so much for its design or its features, but because of the A7 chipset which effectively made the iPhone 5s the first modern day smartphone to sport a 64-bit processor. Some have argued that such a move wasn’t necessary, but we later saw that other chipset manufacturers soon followed in Apple’s footsteps.
Now Apple had sent out reminders to developers asking them to ensure that their apps are 64-bit compatible, and recently Apple has issued another reminder to developers informing them of their deadline which is by the 1st of June. The June date is for app updates that will update the app to support the 64-bit processor. Read full post →Apple Reminds Developers To Update Apps To Include 64-bit Support
Earlier this year Amazon launch the Fire Phone, an Android smartphone of their own efforts. This is a phone that has long been rumored to be in the works and while it did launch with some unique features, it just failed to take unlike the company’s Kindle Fire Android tablets. Well the good news for current Fire Phone owners is that Amazon has recently pushed out a huge update that will hopefully breathe some new life into the device.
The update is a huge one and will introduce a host of changes and new features to the handset. One of those changes is to its battery life, which in some reviews was found to be rather dismal. With the update, Amazon has include various system updates that they claim will help to improve the phone’s battery life. Read full post →Amazon Fire Phone Receives Massive New Update