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Galaxy S 4 vs iPhone 5, Samsung Clock, Preferred Apple Maps and more

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We have a lot of interesting news for you today and you shouldn’t miss any: The Galaxy S 4 is shown to be twice as fast as the iPhone 5, Samsung gets on the smart clock cart and prepares one for launch, developers prefer the use of Apple’s Maps to Google’s, Apple does not resort to fake projects to test the loyalty of its employees, Apple saves up to $170 billion on its account, a study shows who uses the Jailbreak the most, we compared the latest Nexus 10 and iPad ad and a tip to remove the camera button from the lock screen if you don’t like it.

The Galaxy S 4 is almost twice as fast as the iPhone 5 according to the first tests

Galaxy S 4 vs iPhone 5, Samsung Clock, Preferred Apple Maps and more
Galaxy S 4 vs iPhone 5, Samsung Clock, Preferred Apple Maps and more

Comparisons between Samsung’s devices and Apple’s are normal on the pages and according to the first tests, the South Korean company’s device is almost twice as fast as the cupertino. Samsung seems to have already achieved enough speed on its smartphones, now it has its unfinished business, the stability and agility that Apple’s devices boast.

The Galaxy S 4 is almost twice as fast as the iPhone 5 according to the first tests

Samsung Prepares an iWatch Style Smart Clock

It seems that Samsung is not going to be left behind when it comes to making a smart watch to compete with iWatch, Pebble or the rumored Apple watch. The point in favor of the South Korean company is that they themselves manufacture device parts as opposed to Apple, which would lower the price of Samsung’s watch and make it more competitive with the one they develop in Cupertino.

Samsung Prepares an iWatch Style Smart Clock

Developers Prefer Apple Maps to Google Maps

Despite the bad reputation it gained after its release, Apple’s own Maps seem to have won over developers in terms of handling the SDK. This will be a great help to Apple because it will greatly improve their maps and will be able to cope with the current big ones.

Developers Prefer Apple Maps to Google Maps

170 Billion in Apple Accounts in 2013

Apple has raised so much that its accounts are overflowing, $170 billion may have Cupertino’s company in its accounts, far above other companies. It is expected that with this money, Apple will distribute it among its shareholders and in developing new products, but that remains to be seen.

170 Billion in Apple Accounts in 2013

Infographics: What is the average Jailbreak user like?

Studies reveal how the average user is with Jailbreak on Apple devices and highlight the use of this resource by advanced knowledgeable teens. It seems that young people like the tweaks we can find on Cydia much more than adults.

Infographics: What is the average Jailbreak user like?

Apple Does Not Create False Projects for New Employees

Rumours about the creation of fake projects for new employees in order to test their loyalty to the company have been disproved. Ars Technica has claimed that at Apple there are no such projects and that at Cupertino, they trust their employees.

Apple Does Not Create False Projects for New Employees

Latest Google Nexus 10 Ad vs. iPad Ad

This news is about ads and in iPadizate we compare the latest ad from Google with his Nexus 10 and the one from Apple with his iPad, we will see what each one offers us in their ads and the ones they want to sell us, more information, in the jump to the post.

Latest Google Nexus 10 Ad vs. iPad Ad

How to Disable the Springboard Camera and Lock Screen on the iPhone

If you’re one of those who doesn’t make much use of your iPhone’s camera and you think it’s too much on your SpringBoard and as an extra feature on the iOS lock screen, here’s a tip to help you forget about your iPhone’s camera, so come in if you’re one of those who can’t stand seeing useless icons on your device.

How to Disable the Springboard Camera and Lock Screen on the iPhone

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