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Fitbit para iOS se hace compatible con el M7 del iPhone 5s

Desde que se dio a conocer el Apple M7, las distintas aplicaciones deportivas han ido actualizándose de forma paulatina para ofrecer soporte al nuevo coprocesador de movimiento. En esta ocasión es Fitbit, la aplicación de monitorización de actividad creada por Fitbit, Inc para monitorizar la actividad física y el sueño, la que estrena funciones destinadas a convertir el iPhone 5s en todo un monitor de actividad personal.

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Tal y como confirmaban desde la propia compañía, la nueva función MobileTrack, combinada con el M7, hará que los usuarios puedan contabilizar pasos, distancia recorrida y calorías quemadas. A pesar de que se ha hecho hincapié en su perfecta comunión con el buque insignia de Apple, no se ha hecho mención alguna sobre su compatibilidad con otros iDevices equipados con el coprocesador, como el iPad Air o el iPad mini con pantalla Retina.

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Since it would be impossible for us in Applesupportphonenumber to accommodate all the news that passes through our hands, we return once again in the lost apple with the intention of recovering and briefly commenting on those news that have remained in the inkwell throughout the week. We begin!

Whited00r brings iOS 7 design to the oldest iDevices

When iOS 7 was released, the predictions of which iDevices would be left out of the update were met. The threshold was set by the iPhone 4 , making it impossible for that firmware to be installed on older devices.

Today, the owners of the iPhone edge , iPhone 3G, and first or second generation iPod touch are in luck. Thanks to Whited00r, it will be possible to get the look of Apple’s new operating system on such antediluvian devices.

This is a mod that, although it will not allow us to install unsupported applications, will give us the possibility to enjoy many aspects of the iOS 7 interface , such as the new multitasking, the Control Center, the notifications push and a long etcetera.


Corning’s new Gorilla Glass 3D, ideal for the future iWatch

Corning has unveiled what will be the evolution of its popular screen protection technology, Gorilla Glass: Gorilla Glass 3D, a product that would enable the protection of curved panels , and that thanks to the collaboration with Taiwanese manufacturer G-Tech Optoelectronics, could be manufactured not only faster, but also with much lower production costs.

After smartphones like the LG G Flex or the Samsung Galaxy Round tried to break the ice, would open the door to a whole new range of applications in uniquely shaped clothing devices . When thinking about this type of gadgets , it is inevitable to remember the smartwatches , in general, and the much talked about iWatch, in particular, which would need to be light, thin and robust.

Everything seems to indicate that the new Gorilla Glass will see the light throughout 2014 , and what better scenario for its launch than in the iWatch presentation.

Blackberry sues iPhone accessory manufacturer over external keyboard

Typo Products, LLC, the company of Ryan Seacrest, host of the reality show “American Idol”, is being sued by Blackberry for illegal technology cloning in connection with the Typo iPhone Keyboard Case that would violate the designs and technologies employed by the Canadian company in its smartphones .

The fact is that the similarity of such a case with the keyboards of Blackberry terminals is undeniable, and although it has not yet reached the market, it requests a compensation for damages and the blocking of sales until a license agreement is reached.

Typo Products was quick to issue a statement, claiming that while they respect their Blackberry intellectual property, these allegations are not strong enough and therefore they will defend their case as much as necessary.

And that’s it for another week. Did you like it or were you surprised by any news? Remember that you can leave your opinion through a comment. We’ll be back next Sunday in the lost apple with charged batteries and a bunch of news. Don’t miss it!