I’m just going to focus on a couple of things here, because you know what this phone is and what it can do. Siri Speaks Kiwi Yes she does, and pretty well at that. Siri is the best voice recognition system I’ve used on a phone. Apart from the occasional weird word (“egg” comes to [...]
And Guatemala! Press release follows: iPhone 4S Arrives in New Zealand on 11 November Pre-Orders Begin November 4 AUCKLAND, New Zealand – 2 November, 2011 – Apple® today announced that iPhone® 4S, the most amazing iPhone yet, will be available in New Zealand and 14 additional countries on Friday, 11 November. Customers will be able [...]
It appears that Voice over IP is making huge strides into the consumer space at the moment. What with my new Genius VoIP connection, and now this new TimeToCall app from Vonage, VoIP is truly become accessible to everyone’s granny. TimeToCall takes a very different approach to VoIP billing: one charge for a 15 minute [...]
Remember the date. It’s either the beginning of a revolution in app deployment, or the first embrace of the python that will become Apple’s gripping control on which software you are permitted to sully any of their devices with.
Talk to any iPhone app developer and you’ll hear stories of app rejection over minor bugs and inconsistencies. I’m not even talking about the big-news app rejections like Google Voice – just minor bugs like notifications not working or intermittent obscure crashes.
What the hell is going on between Apple and Vodafone New Zealand? Apple’s announcements around the iPad and iPhone 4 launches have almost gone out of their way to ignore and alienate the local carrier.
Here’s a surprise: a press release arrived this morning announcing that iPads will be on sale from the Apple online store and “selected retailers” from this Friday, 23rd July. Prices start at $799. Full press release follows.
No, the iPhone 4 is not Apple’s Vista, but (as someone on Twitter said), it might very well be Apple’s XBox 360. A piece of hardware with a critical flaw that somehow manages to sell and remain a market leader.
It’s official: Apple says they plan to release the iPad in a bunch of new countries, including New Zealand, in July. Based on the Australian pricing, I’ll hazard a guess that the base models will hit at around $750 or $800 NZ dollars.
It’s breathtakingly gorgeous, fast, and attracts interest like no other gadget I’ve ever owned. I’ve had more people come to my desk in the past week than in the previous year, and they all want to play with it.