Tuesday, October 15, 2013

App crash frequently for Apple's iPhone 5s

Apps runs in the iPhone 5s are not stable? Is it due to iOS 7? Or the new 64 -bit processor or the apps itself? According to a study overthrow apps on the iPhone 5s at any rate twice as often as they do on the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5. According to U.S. reports, the study of analytics and monitoring company Crittercism found that apps crash on the new iPhone 5s twice as often as on the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5. 

In the evaluation of several hundred million apps supposedly turned out that the percentage of crashed apps in Apple's iPhone 5s of approximately 2 percent. The proportion of an app crash on iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c, however, is reported to range from around 1 percent. A possible reason for the frequent crashes, the analysts see the 64 -bit combination of iOS 7 and A7 processor in the iPhone 5s.

Apparently, some developers had tested their apps rather late in this regard and not yet optimized respectively and adjusted. Overall, Apple is in the transition to 64 -bit system, but well done, it says in Crittercism. Previously in forums and on YouTube we heard a lot already numerous case studies to complete system crashes like “Blue Screen of Death “at Apple's iPhone 5s for attention. Apparently, Apple is aware of the problem and is working on relief. Apple has now released two iOS updates for iOS 7 and the update to iOS 7.0.3 should be followed shortly with further bug fixes.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Top iPhone apps that can control obesity

Abnormal weight causes people to feel worse than anything in this world; living with extra ordinary body weight is a bad curse for those who is having the abnormal weight. Most of them are trying to find a new ways to reduce their body weights and it is very difficult to find a better ways to reduce your weight in this technology era. If you have iPhone in your hand, then you can easily find a way to reduce the weight of your body. There are lot of application are available which helps you to reduce your body weight. This post allows you to learn information about the different apps and helps you to reduce your body weight.
Digifit – Monitor your Heart Activities
Digifit is an extra ordinary app which let you to monitor various activities of your heart beat. While you are performing various exercise activities, you should keep an eye on the heart beat rate and heart activities. It is the most important organ which plays an important role in your exercise activities. Digifit application brings you an interactive feature which helps you to monitor the various activities of your body heart rate. In the same time, the digifit allows you to make a note on the number of calories which are burnt on the daily basis.
Daily Calorie Calculator
Daily Calorie Calculator is an awesome app which helps you to calculate the amount of calorie which you’re in taking in the form of food. It is a simply and most effective iPhone app which helps you to maintain the constant diet and you can maintain your food calories by using this awesome app. This app has let you to use the interface which has various options for different gender, weight, height and various workout levels. This application may seriously helps in reducing the weight of a person by allowing them to consume only necessary calories of food.
MyNetDiary is a wonderful mobile application which allows you to track your fitness; MyNetDiary is a brilliant iPhone application that let you to customize the day to day routine diets on a regular basis. This application evaluates the various calorie charts for your food which you were in taking day per day. You can use this application in your mobile by subscribing it for free and also you can get the premium version of this application in your mobile for better features and functionalities.
Lose it
Lose it is a brand new iPhone which let you to know various information about the number of calories present in each and every food which you were consuming. This mobile app allows you to create a fully manageable plan which consists of various day to day activities. By using this iPhone app, you can set the goals to reduce the weight of your body and you can enter your body stats as well. You can set the application to bring you notification about your body activities through your email and allows you to reduce your body weight in a particular time period.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

6 Great iPhone 5S/iPhone 5C Accessories

Apple's release of the iPhone 5S and 5C not only introduced two impressive new smartphones to the world, but brought a new generation of accessories along with them to protect and enhance them. With the holiday season upon us, here are six must-have iPhone 5S and 5C accessories, and a few ways on how to save money when shopping for them:

​Apple iPhone 5S Dock

The iPhone 5 introduced us all to Apple's new Lighting connector – a great advance in charging/data relaying technology, but something that rendered many people's accessories and extra cords useless. They released an official adapter that worked with most accessories last fall, but until the announcement of the iPhone 5S and 5C, users with a Lightning device were without the option of an official Apple charging dock. Now, shoppers can enjoy safely charging their iPhone 5, 5S and 5C on an official dock charger, a sleekly-designed product that locks the iPhone in a sturdy, secure position while charging. When buying one, don't forget to bring a Best Buy promo code with you!
Mophie Juice Pack Plus A
vailable in three different colors, the Morph Juice Pack Plus (compatible with both the iPhone 5, 5S and 5C) is Morph's signature external battery case. It's sleek, slim design protects phones from everyday nicks and scratches with its shockproof band - and provides a lot of extra power, thanks to a battery with 120% the capacity of the iPhone's own (at less than 100% of the retail price, when shopping with a Newegg coupon), adding another 10 hours of talk time and hundreds of standby time.

A Gloves

Touchscreen-friendly winter gloves don't have to be expensive, despite what many retailer's offerings would have one think. A Gloves are an affordable (easily found between $10-15 at most places), work with all ten fingers thanks to their patented – and most importantly, will always keep a smartphone/tablet, even in the coldest months of the year.
Apple TV
A thoroughly underrated device, Apple TV is an extremely affordable option for iPhone users looking to stream music, photos, videos, and even games from their phone screen to their TV. With access to Netflix, MLB.TV, HBO Go, Hulu Plus, and dozens of other services, it's not only a hub to access Apple content on one's HDTV (in full 1080p), but any streaming video service one could imagine. It's a great gift for any Apple-using techie in the family- and a surprisingly affordable one at under $100 - even more when using a Adorama promo code during the holiday shopping season.

Otterbox iPhone 5S/5C

Over the years, we've tested dozens of different iPhone cases for various devices: and time and time again, we come back to the Otterbox line of smartphone cases, offering extreme protection. With multiple case options all offering the same industry-leading protection, there's no wrong choice to choose from in their extensive product line, a perfect gift for the slightly-reckless teenager getting a new iPhone as a gift this winter.
ZAGG Invisible Shield
Most people buy a case for their phone – but many neglect to protect the most important part of their iPhone 5S: the beautiful Retina display. When it comes to screen protection, there's really only one option anyone needs to consider: the ZAGG Invisible Shield. Designed from technology originally developed to protector the blades on military choppers, the Invisible Shield offers maximum protection and screen visibility at an affordable price (especially when shopping with a Best Buy coupon in hand).

A bonus tip: you don't need a receipt to get a replacement Invisible Shield from the kiosk in the local mall. Just bring the phone: the screen is the only receipt one needs – and it's only $5 to replace the screen, even if the old one's been on there for years.
By Allison Preston. Allison is an avid shopper and an experienced writer with a passion for deals and coupons and for saving her readers money. She currently writes for leading coupon and online promo code site bluepromocode.com based in Santa Monica, California. 

Monday, October 7, 2013

Choosing a GPS Device Locator That is Right for You

If you have valuable possessions that you want to keep an eye on, you need to invest in a GPS device locator. Device locators help you to receive real time information concerning your valuables’ whereabouts. A variety of GPS tracking devices are available to help you keep track of your possessions. You can attach a device to your possessions and set the device up to send alerts to your smart phone or computer whenever the device leaves a designated area. Some devices come with a camera that displays the real time surroundings of the device on your smart phone or computer. This allows you to always know where your possessions are and what is taking place around them.
Many companies offer GPS devices. It is imperative to do research to assure that the GPS device you buy is best suited for your unique needs.
Company Reputation
Before you invest in a GPS tracker, be sure to first research the reputation of the company that made the device. Look into whether or not the company has a long history of offering high quality products, good customer service, and quality customer feedback. It is important that the company will be around for many years to come so that it can continue to provide you support throughout the life of your device.
Size of Device
Next, decide which device size best suits your needs. A smaller, lightweight device is generally more portable than a larger device and can be used almost anywhere. You can drop it in your child’s backpack, hide it in your computer case that are loaning to a friend, or put it in your teenager’s car. Smaller devices can be attached to more items without being seen. Although there are many advantages of investing in a smaller GPS device, a larger GPS device has many pros, too. Larger devices often offer longer battery life and features like a camera, heat sensor, and motion detector. 
Battery Life of Device
Once you have decided on the size of device that will best suit your needs, you musty decide on battery life. Battery life varies among GPS trackers, but most units tend to work for at least a week before needing a recharge if they are used for about two hours per day. If you want your device to protect your possessions for a longer length of time between charges, you may want to consider more powerful devices and machines equipped with power saving modes.
Service Fees
If you do not need real time reporting from your GPS tracker, you may be able to save money on monthly service fees by opting for a tracking device that provides you with a data logger rather than real time reporting. It is important to weigh the pros and cons of real time reporting before deciding whether or not to invest in a device with service fees.
Whichever GPS device locator you choose, you are sure to experience greater peace of mind knowing that your most prized possessions are being securely monitored. 
Article courtesy of BrickHouse Security, find them on Facebook or stop by their site for more Industry news and updates on the latest home security and GPS tracking items. 

Friday, October 4, 2013

iMac 2013 with ultrafast Wi -Fi 802.11ac ?

The iMac is the first computer to take full advantage of Wi -Fi 802.11ac . MacBook Air 2013 already provides support for this standard, but the fact that has only two antennas, they are not able to reach the theoretical bandwidth of 1.3 Gb / s. They reach the best 867 Mb / s. iMac 2013 with AirPort Time Capsule 2 TB that was tested last June. And as shown in the capture and it managed to get a theoretical speed transmission 1300 Mb / s.The tests were conducted in a relatively overloaded in terms of Wi-Fi routers middle and got to hang this famous figure with the iMac near the AirPort Base Station. Both devices were a meter away.

Still, the transmission speed displayed was extremely unstable and most cases ranged between 867 Mb / s and 1300 Mb / s.We have not seen improvements with the tests that we carried out with the MacBook Air Haswell. And this is a surprise for us. In the best case, we have peaks at 60 MB / s (480 Mb / s). With MacBook Air, you already got similar numbers. Ethernet, on the same network, we get in the best case speeds twice as good. Still, the difference with the 802.11n Wi-Fi is pretty significant. We conducted tests of raw performance with WiFiPerf utility. And the difference in rates observed between 2013 iMac and MacBook Air 2012 ( therefore in 802.11n Wi-Fi ) is more than clear. The first is on average two times faster than the second.