Are the last chapters of the iPhone saga unfolding? “Not by any stretch of imagination,” if you ask the Apple faithful or “Definitely starting,” if you ask the Android challengers. In this infographic, Finances Online traces the iPhone supply and manufacturing chain. They provide snippets of information on just who is making the parts that go into the two new iPhones, and where, exactly, these parts are made.
The iPhones’ desirability coupled with a buoyant second hand market on sites such as eBay.com and Craigslist.com means that iPhone theft is a huge problem. This infographic shows you how to protect your precious iPhone from the bad guys.
In essence, jailbreaking your iPhone means freeing it from any limitations that are imposed by your carrier and/or manufacturer (i.e., AT&T, Verizon, or Apple). Jailbreaking involves installing a software application on your computer, before transferring it to your iPhone, where it “breaks open” the iPhone’s file system to enable modification.
The shocking facts of iOS have been revealed; how an imbalance between privacy and functionality on an iOS can expose iPhone users to greater online and software threats. In this infographic, discover tips for an iOS device from a list of different factors, traits, exercise patterns.
Here is a timeline infographic starting from the release of the first iPhone all the way to iOS 7, covering the many apps and features they revolutionized into the iOS ecosystem as we know it today.
Getting your app featured by top blogs in your industry is one of the best ways of getting attention and more downloads. Pitching these blogs and getting a review is not easy though. The pitch has to have some essentials included. This infographic by App Design Vault tells you what they are.
Smartphones are on higher demand in this generation and this infographic shows different users prefer different phones. For example, most users claim that they cannot live without their iPhones and can even neglect to do some things like bathing before giving up their phones. This and other interesting stats below.
The infographic by Cash For iPhones illustrates how millions of iPhones can inflict grave consequences to the environment and provides some suggestions on how to embrace the ‘Green Apple’ approach not only on iPhones but across all similar types of devices.
Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) is the one topic that has remained top of mind for everyone in IT this year. For some it equals freedom, for some it is a nightmare waiting to happen. This new infographic from Xigo explores the numbers behind BYOD and how best to manage it.
This infographic takes a look at how big Apple really is. With 40% of Apple’s revenue coming from the iPhone alone, it has boosted the company to become the most valuable company in the world.
Android and iOS devices have become increasingly popular over the last few years, but have you ever wondered how secure they are? And is one more secure than the other? This new infographic by Veracode explains just what you can and can’t do with your Android or iOS device, and how secure your information really is.