Android will be sharing some of the limelight in Barcelona with a range of mobile device platforms.
Users frustrated by a security flaw in Apple's iOS 6.1 may soon find relief as reports are saying that Apple has released a beta version of iOS 6.1.3 to developers.
The bug that has plagued many users of the iPhone and iPad has apparently been fixed. Apple released iOS 6.1.2 to handle this serious flaw in iOS 6.1.
Two significant bugs have turned up in iOS 6.1, and Apple is reportedly rushing out an update to fix them.
It's obvious that a large majority of smartphones run either Google Android or Apple iOS, but their share of the world market is still growing, to the point where these two utterly dominate.
Admins await an Apple fix to an iOS 6.1 Exchange bug that zaps server resources and knocks out mobile email access. Get more info from our sister site, SearchExchange.
Apple has tracked down why some users have seen a dramatic drop in the battery life of their iPhone since the release of iOS 6.1: there's a problem with those who use Exchange for their calendar.
iOS 6.1 launched only a few weeks ago, but users have already found a security exploit that lets anyone bypass the iPhone lockscreen. Get more details from TechnologyGuide
Apple has put out a patch for iOS 6.1 that's just for the iPhone 4S. It's intended to fix a problem with cellular-wireless networking on this smartphone.
Have you noticed that your iPhone's battery life seems to be shorter since you installed iOS 6.1? If so, then you aren't alone.
Just as the smartphone market was looking like a two-horse race, Windows Phone and BlackBerry have gotten second winds and are making the market competitive again.
Although Nokia has been working to get the Windows Phone 7.8 upgrade onto as many of its devices as possible, there's one model that won't be getting it: T-Mobile's Nokia Lumia 710.
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