So iOS 8 is here and we guess one of the good things to using iOS devices is that for the most part, Apple tends to support older devices with major OS revisions for years after, which is good news for those who might be holding back on updating just yet. However it seems that if you are still a proud owner of the iPhone 4S, you might want to hold off on updating to iOS 8 for now.
Why is this, you ask? While your device will technically be able to run iOS 8, the folks at ArsTechnica have done some testing and they found out that the end result might not necessarily be a good one. As you can see in the chart above, it shows that with iOS 8 installed, launching time of apps has slowed down somewhat. Read full post →iOS 8 On The iPhone 4S Might Not Be Ideal
About a week ago, we reported that Samsung had a new handset in the works that went by the model number SM-A500. Based on the model it is presumably part of Samsung’s Galaxy Alpha series of handsets and thanks to China’s TENAA (the country’s equivalent of the FCC), photos of the upcoming handset have been revealed.
The images reveal just how thin the SM-A500 with its thickness measured at 6.7mm, thus making it as thin as the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. However based on its design, it seems that Samsung has made some revisions to the overall design and it does not sport the weird grooves at the side which is what the Galaxy Alpha had. Read full post →Samsung SM-A500 Spotted On TENAA Website