iOS 5.1.1 Update contains improvements and bug fixes, including:
Improves reliability of using HDR option for photos taken using the Lock Screen shortcut
Addresses bugs that could prevent the new iPad from switching between 2G and 3G networks
Fixes bugs that affected AirPlay video playback in some circumstances
Improved reliability for syncing Safari bookmarks and Reading List
Fixes an issue where ‘Unable to purchase’ alert could be displayed after successful purchase
With a 54.4MB of file size, its a important update for iOS user that addresses the main concern but jailbreak iOS, you should know that it will remove your custom update.
iOS jailbreaker should also be happy because the new version 5.1.1 is already jailbroken. It can only be applied in Apple A4 powered devices such as iPad 1, iPad 2, iPhone 4 and iPod 4G. Follow the tutorial here but remember to do it at your own risk, it will brick your device if not followed properly and manufacturer warranty will also be void.
Android OS v4.0 was released at the beginning of this year but still not been rolled out to most Android phones and tablet. You will find it hard to see smartphones running an Ice Cream Sandwich OS. I’m using a Xperia but I haven’t get an OS update yet, what I believe is Android 4.0 can only be run in smartphone with at least 1GHz processor. Even though Ice Cream Sandwich just came out this year, I’m hearing rumors about the next Android version online named Android 5.0 Jelly Bean. According to rumors, Jelly Bean will be base only for tablets and coming to netbooks, too so I don’t believe that Android 4.0 not a success. The main feature of Jelly Bean is the ability to run dual operating system which allow users to switch between the new Windows 8 OS and Android Jelly Bean. Microsoft’s Windows 8 will be release in Q3 of this year and Jelly Bean is expected to be release in Q2 which is April to June. Google is planning to move faster and brings powerful set of features with the next Android to provide competition for Windows 8.
After Apple announced the availability of iPhone 4S and its key feature Siri globally, Filipino were expecting that there will be issues in terms of accent and locations. Ate Vangie is a Filipino imitator of Apple’s Siri personal voice assistant has becoming viral on YouTube, social media and networking sites. Vangie was created to function like Siri addressing certain issues like Pinoy English accent and understanding Filipino culture. The video shows the combination of modern technology and Filipino culture, a spoof made by Macapuno System.