Sorry for the lame title. Anyway, most of you guys have probably signed up for this other message/chat service called WeChat. Before I only saw this as ad on most of the applications I have on my Android phone, to the point that I found it already annoying – but lately, it’s become the “trend” as they released a commercial locally here in Philippines.
Like Viber, Kakaotalk, Kik, Skype, Yahoo messenger, BBM and many more - WeChat is an application that helps you communicate with your friends and family through your wifi or mobile internet as if you were just sending SMS to each other. There are also some perks, voice talk, stickers and the likes.
You can also get it for free and it’s available at Playstore – most of all it’s cross platform! Blackberry, iOS and Windows can also run this application. And that’s why WeChat is awesome.
However, if you’re into cutesy things and KPOP I still prefer Kakaotalk.
A few days ago, iOS 6.1 has been released in public. Coming from iOS 5.1.1 and iOS 5.0.3 (because I can’t remember which one I was last on) it was a really big change.
iOS 6.1, update or not?
Indeed, Apple has done it again. They’ve finally applied some things that used to be only available for those who are jailbroken. Speaking of Jailbreak, it was also announced that it will come this Sunday and that this latest update will be accommodated. This has triggered a number of iOS users to update after so long because everyone’s just really waiting for that untethered jailbreak.
Recently, I’ve read a lot from technology blogs that iPhone 5 of a cheaper price (but with less of its specs, of course) is on the making. Apple wants to have something for the competition – after all, its because of their price that many are having second thoughts on buying their gadgets.
iPhone 5 – can’t it be more affordable?
While this maybe an option, it’s most probably going to be a tough time since there are also many smartphones that are more affordable and with good specs.
Sarcasm is mostly famous today. Recently, many mocked the newest Apple iPhone (iPhone 5) because of the minimal changes it did do with the earlier version. Then again, how’d we know unless we try?
iPhone 5, yes?
Of course, this one above isn’t the iPhone 5 but a mere joke by some interweb lurkers. Kind of fascinating though since somehow, the new iPhone is indeed this long.
Aside from the iPhone 5, colorful iPod touch 5 has been released along with the new iPod nano. What will be the next move? Rumor is, iPad Mini is coming out as well soon. If so, let’s hope it wouldn’t be costly.
Yesterday, breaking news was that a million of Apple UDIDs were released in public by some hackers. It was reported that they did it through an FBI Agent’s laptop.
Originally the said file they obtained contained about 12,000,000 of UDIDs which includes the users’ data such as name, addresses, and many more.
The FBI denies the hackers’ statement, however, for one, this makes a very alarming news as many of us own Apple IDs and have our credit card information and personal information tied to them.
What could be the reason behind this? We do not know really, and how does it affect us now?