With the recent launch of the iPhone 5, it’s plain that many like it. But as is generally the case for Apple launches, at least one major problem has made itself known, and this time, it’s in the form of the new dock connector.
Naturally, the big news of late has been the launch of Apple Maps for iOS 6.0, thanks to the release of the iPhone 5. Google Maps has also been in there thanks to its connection to the iPhone line. But making a much more quiet release just a couple days ago was the Scout mobile navigation app from Telenav.
With the new iPhone 5 coming around, some may start to wonder about apps for the new device. According to recent word from the design community, though, the wondering may be a bit misplaced as redesigning the current stuff isn’t going to be too difficult a job, though there will be work involved.
September 19 is one of the biggest days in an Apple fan’s calendar–at least lately–as it’s going to mark the release of iOS 6. Since we’ve been taking a closer look at navigation apps, especially those dealing with the iPhone 5 and the iOS platform, recently, there’s very good news afoot as Apple’s planning a turn by turn navigation update.
Think of it as Rocky versus Apollo, Luke Skywalker versus Darth Vader, Rocky versus Bullwinkle (wha?).
It’s the natural progression of ideas and routines — first there was paper money, then there was credit cards, then there was PayPal, and now we have something called “NFC.”
This is crucial here, especially when you’re living in the world of call centers and auto attendants: lead conversion matters.
What? Another article about LinkedIn? Come on! This is like beating a dead horse. And we already know this horse isn’t really dead (more like a healthy thoroughbred).
We’re seeing it everywhere these days…. Remember the good ol’ days when you worked on your desktop on a document and freaked when someone would glance at the screen?