IPHONE Battery Drainage issue | solution

Sometime when IPHONE battery is fully drained it stuck on an empty battery screen and wont charge up ,no matter  how many hours u charge it , it is not going to switched on


 And then u have only one option to take this to apple store , but before going read this article it might save your money and time. first of all let see what is a difference between an iphone in charging state and in not charging state. If you see above symbol   that means your  iphone is not charging , after 3 beeps iphone is going to switched off

If you see this symbol on your iphone screen that means your iphone is charging

 So here are some simple trick what should you do to solve this problem

Trick 1

 Check your cable , if possible then use it in another iphone and see if it is working or not , if you are charging from laptop/desktop then try to charge with main point  , if it is still not charging check trick 2

 Trick 2

try to blow your iphone cable ends and iphone connecting port sometime dust stuck on it and iphone is not charging

If not try trick3

Trick 3

while charging do a hard restart , press power + home button for 10 seconds ,if u see apple logo means that trick work if not working then try trick 4

trick 4

plug your iphone to main power source then do a hard restart until if u see an icon of charging leave your iphone for 2 hours ,after two hours do a hard restart again and leave it for charging let say 2-3 hours most probably your problem will be solved if not see apple store for replacement of cable or battery


 Here what happens, there is a backup battery of iphone when it is drained the ios reject to take any charging , it’s a bug in iphone , so when we hard restarting our iphone means we are restarting ios and we leave our iphone for few hours so it can atleast charge upto the backup level , when it is charged to the backup battery level we restart it again , at that time ios might not start but it start to accept charging ………….

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iPad with missing features


The iPad was supposed to change the face of computing, to be a

completely new form of digital experience. But what Steve Jobs showed

us yesterday was in fact little more than a giant iPhone. A giant

iPhone that doesn’t even make calls. Many were expecting cameras,

kickstands and some crazy new form of text input. The iPad, though, is

better defined by what isn’t there.


Many people will bemoan the lack of support for Adobe’s interactive

software, Flash. It wasn’t mentioned, but eagle-eyed viewers would

have seen the missing plugin icon on the New York Times site during

yesterday’s demo, and given that Apple clearly hates Flash as both a

non-open web “standard” and as a buggy, CPU-hungry piece of code, it’s

unlikely it will ever be added, unless Apple decides it wants to cut

the battery life down to two hours.

Who needs Flash, anyway? YouTube and Vimeo have both switched to H.264

for video streaming (in Chrome and Safari, at least — Firefox doesn’t

support it), and the rest of the world of Flash is painful to use.

In fact, we think the lack of Flash in the iPad will be the thing that

finally kills Flash itself. If the iPad is as popular as the iPhone

and iPod Touch, Flash-capable browsers will eventually be in the



One of the biggest rumors said that there would be two iPads, one with

an OLED screen and one without. But as our own Apple-master Brian X

Chen pointed out, an OLED panel of this size runs to around $400. Add

in the rest of the hardware and even the top-end $830 model wouldn’t

be making Apple much money.

OLED also has some dirty secrets. It may be more colorful, but it uses

more power than an LED backlit screen when all the diodes are lit up

(white on black text is where OLED energy savings shine). It is also

rather dim in comparison, and making an e-reader that you can’t use

outdoors would be a stupid move from Apple.


The iPad is meant to be an easy-to-use appliance, not an all-purpose

computer. A USB port would mean installing drivers for printers,

scanners and anything else you might hook up. But there is a

workaround: the dock connector. Apple has already announced a camera

connection kit, a $30 pair of adapters which will let you either plug

the camera in direct or plug in an SD card to pull off the photos.

The subtle message here is that it’s not a feature for the pros: the

lack of a Compact Flash slot in that adapter says “amateur

photographers only.”

Expect a lot more of these kinds of accessories, most likely combined

with software. How long can it be before, say, EyeTV makes an

iPad-compatible TV tuner?


Apple put a compass inside every iPad, so you’d think that there would

be a GPS unit in there, too. The Wi-Fi-only models get nothing, just

like the iPod Touch, but more surprising is that the 3G iPads come

with Assisted GPS.

Assisted GPS can be one of two things, both of which which offload

some work to internet servers and use cell-tower triangulation. The

difference is that some AGPS units have real GPS too, and some don’t.

We’ll know which the iPad has as soon as we get our hands on one.

Update: Several readers have pointed out that Apple uses the term

A-GPS for the iPhone 3G, which makes it very likely that the GPS

capability is of the proper, satellite-navigation kind. This “Assisted

GPS” is “just GPS (the U.S. space-based global navigation satellite

system) plus faster signal lock with assistance from cell towers.”

(Thanks, Nathan!)


>From the demonstrations at the Jobsnote it appears that, like the

iPhone, we can’t run applications in the background. This will annoy

many Wired readers, but it will not matter at all to the target user,

who will be using the iPad to browse and consume media. In fact, this

user will benefit, as the lack of CPU-cycle-sucking background

processes is likely a large part of that ten-hour battery life.

If you are authoring content, like this post, then multiple browser

windows, a text editor, a mail client and a photo editor all make

sense. If you’re reading an e-book, not so much.


Nobody really thought the iPad would have a physical keyboard. That

won’t stop the whining, though. The difference, again, between the

iPad and a MacBook is that one is a multi-purpose device and the other

is a media player.

The fact that Apple actually has made an optional keyboard for it is

the biggest surprise (apart from the iPad’s base $500 price). In fact,

this little $70 keyboard will mean that, despite its simplified

nature, the iPad is enough laptop for many people. Why bother with a

$400 netbook when you can have this instead?


No video camera, no stills camera, and no webcam. The first two will

likely never make it into a future iPad, as we all have our iPhones or

actual cameras with us, too. But the lack of a webcam is odd, as it

closes off the possibility of using the iPad as a videophone.

I figure this is a cost-saving measure on Apple’s part. Too bad,

though, as it is the only thing that stops me buying an iPad for my

parents, whom I talk to on Skype. There seems to be no other reason

not to have a webcam in the bezel other than price. We expect to see

one in v2.0.


iPhone users hate AT&T, but the only alternative is T-Mobile, whose

coverage isn’t as good. Until Verizon switches to the world-standard

GSM SIM card, don’t expect to see an Apple product on its network. You

can forget all those Verizon iPhone rumors right now.


The iPad screen is a relatively square, by today’s standards, with an

old-school 4:3 screen aspect ratio. This is not ideal for watching

widescreen movies: you get a thick black “letterbox” bar top and

bottom. But take another look at the hardware: the Apple on the back,

and the position of the home button both tell us that the iPad is

meant to be used in portrait mode, at least most of the time. And a

16:9 aspect ratio in this orientation would look oddly tall and

skinny, like an electronic Marilyn Manson.

It’s a compromise, and a good one. If you really do spend most of your

time watching movies on the iPad, maybe you should think about buying,

you know, a big TV.


There will be video out, likely through the dock connector, as Jobs

said during his presentation that you’ll be able to hook the iPad up

to a projector. But no HDMI out? How do you hook it up to your HD


The short answer is that you don’t. The maximum audience for an iPad

screening is two. You want more? Use your laptop and hook that up, or

your desktop machine. Remember, there are two kinds of people who will

buy the iPad. One, nerds like you and me, who care about things like

HDMI and also already own a computer that can do that.

And two, people who are buying this instead of a computer. Those

people will probably still have DVD collections, or even VCRs. They

don’t even know what HDMI is. I think I can guess what Apple thought

about putting another expensive connector into the machine just to

please a few geeks.

How could it have been better?

Here’s a list of things we felt strongly about. Post yours in the comments section below. Please keep the tampon jokes to a minimum.- No camera. Video conference calls over Skype or iChat with a front-facing hidden iSight camera would have been a killer feature. Apple did announce 30-pin connector accessories like an external keyboard, however there’s been no mention of an external video capture device. Hopefully something is in the works. I personally feel they should have held off the launch of this until a built-in camera was available. #1 feature, completely missed — and will keep many from not buying. As Spock would say, this is quite illogical.

– No phone. There’s 3G support, but no phone support? Perhaps VOIP is the answer.

– AT&T only? The love/hate relationship between Apple and AT&T continues. Why, man, why?

– Picture frame. What’s the deal with the humongo black frame? My guess is usability tests showed that it was necessary (the way users held the iPad), but it sure doesn’t look as slick as if the screen met up with the edge of the case.

– Mobile Safari still doesn’t support Flash. I suspect Apple’s mobile devices will be the death of Flash, and maybe that’s their intent? As a web developer myself, I avoid Flash or have to disable Flash for mobile devices for this very reason.

– Multitasking. There’s still no multi-tasking support with the iPhone operating system. Yikes!

– Storage. 64GB is the best they could do? What about support for network drives, memory expansion, or even tossing in a small hard drive?

– Battery. Like all Apple products these days, there’s no way to change the battery. A trend that nobody likes except for Apple.

And finally, I’m a bit bummed that there was no mention at all about an iPhone update, or at the very least — an iPhone OS update. I realize that an hour and a half on the iPad left little time to discuss anything else–but it’s been a long while since we’ve had an iPhone or iPod Touch OS update.

Technical Specifications

Size and weight


9.56 inches (242.8 mm)


7.47 inches (189.7 mm)


0.5 inch (13.4 mm)


1.5 pounds (.68 kg) Wi-Fi model;

1.6 pounds (.73 kg) Wi-Fi + 3G model


§      9.7-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit glossy widescreen Multi-Touch display with IPS technology

§      1024-by-768-pixel resolution at 132 pixels per inch (ppi)

§      Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating

§      Support for display of multiple languages and characters simultaneously

Wireless and Cellular
Wi-Fi model

§      Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n)

§      Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology
Wi-Fi + 3G model

§      UMTS/HSDPA (850, 1900, 2100 MHz)

§      GSM/EDGE (850, 900,1800, 1900 MHz)

§      Data only2

§      Wi-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n)

§      Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology


§      Wi-Fi

§      Digital compass

§      Assisted GPS (Wi-Fi + 3G model)

§      Cellular (Wi-Fi + 3G model)

In the Box

§      iPad

§      Dock connector to USB cable

§      10W Power Adapter

§      Documentation

Environmental Status Report

iPad embodies Apple’s continuing environmental progress. It is designed with the following features to reduce environmental impact:

§      Arsenic-free display glass

§      BFR-free

§      Mercury-free LCD display

§      PVC-free

§      Recyclable aluminum and glass enclosure


§      16GB, 32GB, or 64GB flash drive


§      1GHz Apple A4 custom-designed, high-performance, low-power system-on-a-chip


§      Accelerometer

§      Ambient light sensor

Audio Playback

§      Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz

§      Audio formats supported: AAC (16 to 320 Kbps), Protected AAC (from iTunes Store), MP3 (16 to 320 Kbps), MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, and 4), Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV

§      User-configurable maximum volume limit

TV and Video

§      Support for 1024 x 768 with Dock Connector to VGA adapter; 576p and 480p with Apple Component A/V Cable, 576i and 480i with Apple Composite Cable

§      H.264 video up to 720p, 30 frames per second, Main Profile level 3.1 with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats; MPEG-4 video, up to 2.5 Mbps, 640 by 480 pixels, 30 frames per second, Simple Profile with AAC-LC audio up to 160 Kbps, 48kHz, stereo audio in .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats

Mail attachment support

§      Viewable document types: .jpg, .tiff, .gif (images); .doc and .docx (Microsoft Word); .htm and .html (web pages); .key (Keynote); .numbers (Numbers); .pages (Pages); .pdf (Preview and Adobe Acrobat); .ppt and .pptx (Microsoft PowerPoint); .txt (text); .rtf (rich text format); .vcf (contact information); .xls and .xlsx (Microsoft Excel)


§      Language support for English, French, German, Japanese, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Russian

§      Keyboard support for English (US) English (UK), French (France, Canada), German, Japanese (QWERTY), Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, Italian, Simplified Chinese (Handwriting and Pinyin), Russian

§      Dictionary support for English (US), English (UK), French, French (Canadian), French (Swiss), German, Japanese, Dutch, Flemish, Spanish, Italian, Simplified Chinese (Handwriting, Pinyin), Russian


§      Support for playback of closed-captioned content

§      VoiceOver screen reader

§      Full-screen zoom magnification

§      White on black

§      Mono audio

Battery and Power

§      Built-in 25Whr rechargeable lithium-polymer battery

§      Up to 10 hours of surfing the web on Wi-Fi, watching video, or listening to music

§      Charging via power adapter or USB to computer system

Input and Output

§      Dock connector

§      3.5-mm stereo headphone jack

§      Built-in speakers

§      Microphone

§      SIM card tray (Wi-Fi + 3G model only)

External buttons and controls

·         On/Off, Sleep/wake

·         Mute

·         Volume up/down

·         Home

Mac system requirements

§      Mac computer with USB 2.0 port

§      Mac OS X v10.5.8 or later

§      iTunes 9.0 or later (free download from www.itunes.com/download)

§      iTunes Store account

§      Internet access

Windows system requirements

§      PC with USB 2.0 port

§      Windows 7, Windows Vista; Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 3 or later

§      iTunes 9.0 or later (free download from www.itunes.com/download)

§      iTunes Store account

§      Internet access

Environmental requirements

§      Operating temperature: 32° to 95° F (0° to 35° C)

§      Nonoperating temperature: -4° to 113° F (-20° to 45° C)

§      Relative humidity: 5% to 95% noncondensing

§      Maximum operating altitude: 10,000 feet (3000 m)

Apple Shows Latest iPhone OS 3.0 at World Wide Developers Conference, In market on June 17th

iphoneAt World Wide Developers Conference Apple showed iPhone OS 3.0. Nuthing was like big bang but few surprises

*  Users will now be able to rent and purchase movies from the phone, along with audiobooks.
* MMS will be available from 29 carriers at launch, with AT&T lagging behind into the summer.
* Tethering over Bluetooth and USB for Macs and PCs is also enabled, with 22 carriers announcing support, but AT&T wasn’t mentioned among them — we’re not holding our breath.
* New and improved Safari does JavaScript 3X faster, and supports QuickTime X-style HTTP streaming of audio and video. There’s also AutoFill for forms, and improved HTML 5 support including audio and video tags.
* Find My iPhone tracks down your phone using MobileMe from any browser. It locates the phone on a map, and also allows you to remote wipe the device, or even play a sound on the phone for locating it around the house — even when it’s on vibrate.
* New dev features have been detailed at length, but they’re still around. Features include in-app purchases (but only for apps that were paid to start out with), Bluetooth and dock connector communication with other devices, including other iPhones. Embedded Google Maps in third party apps, including turn by turn apps. Push notifications of text alerts, number badges and sound alerts.

The new OS will be pushed to devices on June 17th, and iPod touch users will have to pay $9.95 for the privilege.

Finally iPhone 3G S Announced, Some Technical specification and Features


Long wait is over now. In San Francisco Apple introduced the iPhone 3G S, the most innovative, the fastest, the masterpiece. This new phone has many unique features that had never came before.

According to Philip Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing “iPhone 3G S is the fastest, most powerful iPhone yet and we think people will love the incredible new features including autofocus camera, video recording and the freedom of voice control,and with a breakthrough price of $99, we are thrilled to get iPhone 3G into the hands of even more users who wants them.”

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* Fastest,most powerful
* Twice as fast as iPhone 3G
* Longer Battery life
* High quality 3MP auto-focus camera
* easy to use video recording and hand free voice control
* 100 new features like cut, copy, paste, MMS,voice control, video editing, compass etc.
* Price as same as iPhone 3G, i.e. 199$ for 8GB and 299$ for 16GB, and incredibly Apple announced iPhone 3G for just 99$ now.

iPhone 3G S Technical Specifications

Height: 4.5 inches (115.5 mm) Width: 2.4 inches (62.1 mm) Depth: 0.48 inch (12.3 mm) Weight: 4.8 ounces (135 grams) Capacity: 16GB or 32GB flash drive

Camera, photos, and video

* 3 megapixels
* Autofocus
* Tap to focus
* Video recording, VGA up to 30 fps with audio
* Photo and video geo-tagging
* iPhone and third-party application integration


* Accelerometer
* Proximity sensor
* Ambient light sensor

Audio playback

* Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz
* Audio formats supported: AAC, Protected AAC, MP3, MP3 VBR, Audible (formats 2, 3, and 4), Apple Lossless, AIFF, and WAV
* User-configurable maximum volume limit

Power and battery

* Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
* Charging via USB to computer system or power adapter
* Talk time:Up to 12 hours on 2G ,Up to 5 hours on 3G
* Standby time: Up to 300 hours
* Internet use: Up to 5 hours on 3G,Up to 9 hours on Wi-Fi
* Video playback: Up to 10 hours
* Audio playback: Up to 30 hours

Mac system requirements

* Mac computer with USB 2.0 port
* Mac OS X v10.4.11 or later
* iTunes 8.2 or later
* iTunes Store account
* Internet access

Windows system requirements

* PC with USB 2.0 port
* Windows Vista; or Windows XP Home or Professional with Service Pack 2 or later
* iTunes 8.2 or later
* iTunes Store account
* Internet access

Environmental requirements

* Operating temperature: 32° to 95° F(0° to 35° C)
* Non-operating temperature: -4° to 113° F(-20° to 45° C)
* Relative humidity: 5% to 95% non-condensing
* Maximum operating altitude: 10,000 feet (3000 m)

Mail attachment support

* Viewable document types: .jpg, .tiff, .gif (images); .doc and .docx (Microsoft Word); .htm and .html (web pages); .key (Keynote); .numbers (Numbers); .pages (Pages); .pdf (Preview and Adobe Acrobat); .ppt and .pptx (Microsoft PowerPoint); .txt (text); .rtf (rich text format); .vcf (contact information); .xls and .xlsx (Microsoft Excel)


* Apple Earphones with Remote and Mic
* Volume control
* Frequency response: 20Hz to 20,000Hz
* Impedance: 32 ohms

Availability iPhone 3G S will be accessible on US on 19 June(Ready to see the massive chain abreast angel store. In India iPhone 3G S will accessible afterwards few weeks of barrage in US. The exact date of absolution is yet not appear by Apple.

How to recover lost data/files in your iPod

If you’ve ever lost information on your iPod, from accidentally reformatting, or a crash, there are a couple of simple ways to possibly get that information back (depending on the severity or damage caused).

First thing to do, DO NOT start copying files onto your ipod. Unless a thorough format is done, your data is still on the iPod, just checked off to be overwritten. A quick format just checks off everything to be erased. If you start copying files back onto the iPod, the data will start to be overwritten. This is how your file system works on your computer as well.

All your data is organized by the FAT32 file system, so a recovery isn’t difficult, and can be done from a windows 98 computer if need be.

Now, to recover the data, you need a program that thoroughly searches all the clusters on your iPod’s HD for data. The program I’m currently using is Recover4All Pro v2.26. The free version allows you to scan your iPod’s drive for free (and see all the contents that have been deleted), but you need to register in order to recover the files it found.

Another program I would suggest is PC Inspector, http://www.pcinspector.de/file_recovery/UK/welcome.htm, but it’s also limited unless you purchase it.

And finally, Handy Recovery, which can be found at http://www.handyrecovery.com/index.shtml, but it’s also limited until you purchase it.

In either case, I’ve found recover4all to work best for me, it’s pretty simple, and you can recover files while it’s still searching. This is pretty useful, since it takes about 2-3 hours to scan the entire 20gb iPod HD.

Most of the time you lose your original file structure, but the files are intact unless they’ve been overwritten, or the Hard Drive itself is damaged.

Data Recovery for Mac Users

I’ve searched around for Mac compatible recovery software, and came up with 2 results. (There may be more, but this is all I can seem to find).

Stellar Information Systems has one that’s compatible with Mac OS X and Mac OS 9.x and above. There’s a demo you can try, but the full version is priced a bit steeply at $300 (this may not be so steep considering people lose data that is invaluable to them).

Another one I’ve found is called Virtual Lab that’s also compatible with OS X and OS 9.x. You can try it for free, letting you search the entire HD of the mounted iPod, but they have a novel approach to pricing; you pay by how much you wish to recover. I can see this working for people who do not need an entire software suite, and would just like to recover their data one time only.

The same process to recover data applies to Mac users

Is this Apple’s iPhone Nano that will be Announced at Macworld 2009?

The rumors of the iPhone Nano is back and this time with the photo of the iPhone Nano case.
iDealsChina who has published the information and rendering of the iPhone Nano case manufactured by a Chinese case manufacturer, XSKN claims that the product will be announced at Macworld San Francisco 2009

iPhone App - Pull My Finger

The Chinese case manufacturer, XSKN are the same folks who had leaked the photos of Apple’s iPhone 3G case with a curved back before it was launched.

iDealsChina has provided few details about iPhone Nano’s specification to back up it claims.
They claim that the new iPhone Nano will be of the same height as iPod Nano and will include “3 sensors, camera, [and a] mirror screen but no 3G.”
iPhone Nano case Though I have always maintained that Apple needs to expand its offering to be a serious player in the mobile space, it seems unlikely that Apple would release an iPhone Nano which would look like the one shown in the photo above.
Here are some of the reasons why I think its unlikely:

  • The so-called iPhone Nano’s screen is too small to use iPhone’s virtual keyboard.
  • It is unlikely that Apple would trust a vendor who had leaked the photos of the iPhone 3G case to give them details of their upcoming product.
  • The smaller screen will have issues for iPhone apps that are currently developed for iPhone’s 3.5 inch screen.

But, it is finally good to see some activity on the rumors leading up to Macworld San Francisco 2009.

This is not the first iPhone Nano rumor, we had got a glimpse of the so-called iPhone Nano UI last year.

What do you think about the latest news about iPhone Nano? Any reason which makes you believe that this is a rumor or photo of the new iPhone Nano?