I am an iPhone user. I use Safari on the iPhone.
This website, Fixya, has compiled a report on mobile browsers. The top five I suppose browsers. The Android Browser, Safari, Opera, Chrome, and Internet Explorer.
And of course, since I’m linking it, the iPhone came out on top.
I was confused because Stock Android outperformed Chrome. I had heard good things about Chrome. Maybe the only good thing about mobile Chrome is that it syncs with people who use desktop Chrome? Which for me is one of the benefits of using mobile Safari.
This is a post about the M7 co-processor that is one of the new features inside of the iPhone. And while it’s not filled with anything more than anecdotal information so if you’re looking for graphics and charts, you won’t find them.
I noticed that somebody in my rss feed had a list of apps for us lucky iPhone 5s users that take advantage of the M7 motion co-processor. Thought I might give one of the free pedometer apps a try. When I installed it and opened it I was amused to see that it already had a step count in for today. And yesterday. And the day before. Continue reading “Funny thing, this M7 co-processor”
I fear there is a problem with the internet. This problem is that some people are getting paid. I’m not getting paid for my opinions or to have an opinion. Other people are and so sometimes what they say seems a bit suspect. Or rather I warn you that a lot of what you read online is bullshit, much like what you see on telly.
Before the new iPhone 5S was announced it was a little amusing to hear people discuss things they didn’t know about or only suspected about. And then after the announcement, there was further discussion about the phone, generally by people who didn’t actually have access to the phone or any reliable sources of information. Continue reading “Speculative post on the new iPhone 5S after the launch of said phone but before I have seen it”