Tuesday, September 11, 2012

iPhone 5 Release:6 iPhone 5 Rumors You Should Know Before It Release

September. 12 – the long-awaited day iPhone followers are expecting to ultimately see the secrets of the next iPhone - iPhone 5 will be revealed in this Wednesday, just tomorrow. Rival phone makers, computer vendors, wireless carriers, and also parts suppliers all stand to be affected by the hit wave created by Apple's new iPhone. Apple is expected to challenge other mobile makers with the brand new iPhone's battery performance, display size, and form factor. Here, I tend to put more stock in iPhone 5 rumors before iPhone 5 release tomorrow.

1 A Better LTE Capability
Whereas larger rival 4G LTE phones have been called "battery hogs" and "pocket hogs," the new iPhone is expected to sidestep such labels and tear market share through other phone makers. A greater LTE-enabled iPhone may join a host of other 4G phones giving high data speeds on the go. As such, the IT industry could lose further ground to mobile vendors, hurting growth in such companies as Dell and Hewlett-Packard.

2 A Larger and Much Better Display
It may support a 4-inch screen from LG. It is also reported that LG has began mass producing a display that integrates "in-cell multitouch technology." Both LG and Samsung are known suppliers of iPhone and iPad parts, so it's easy to understand why this new touch screen may be destined for the iPhone 5. The new display would relinquish the need for sensors and glass, which will make the device even lighter.

3 In-Cell Touch Panels
There are differences in thinness between the iPhone 4S and the alleged iPhone 5 prototype. Whereas the iPhone 4S face plate measured exactly 1 mm, the iPhone 5's front plate is 0.1 mm thinner at just 0.9 mm thick. By effectively removing a layer between the multi-touch screen and the LCD display, these in-cell panels far outperform current "on-cell" touch screens.
4 A Thinner Screen
A patent awarded to Apple covers a new LCD screen technology that integrates the touch sensors with the actual display circuits, reducing the space taken up by the screen. The new technology is an improvement over the current technique, which places the touch sensors on top of the screen and naturally leads to a thicker display. This "Touch screen liquid crystal display" could eventually lead to thinner and lighter displays.

5 A Smaller SIM Card
Leaked photos posted on the user forum WeiPhone purportedly show the new iPhone's motherboard/logicboard with a smaller SIM card slot. According to 9to5Mac, these photos would be the first "real-world appearance" of the nano-SIM that Apple has already been pushing for as the standard.

6 A New Dock Connector
All new devices in the iOS family will be getting an updated, smaller dock connector. These products include the iPhone 5, the new iPod nanos and touches, the ever-so-mysterious iPad mini, and the latest generation of the iPad. Though rumors of a smaller dock connector have been circulating around the new iPhone for some time, it makes sense that other Apple handsets would follow suit.

Eyeing the features that could pop up in the new phone, 4G LTE support, a larger display, more memory, 3D maps and navigation, a new dock connector and new SIM card technology. The iPhone 5 will sell well, no doubt. What will really surprise us? Let's see tomorrow!


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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Raw Drive Recovery Tips to Recover Raw Drive Data

"So my 500gb Western Digital hard drive's USB plug broke, and expert suggested to buy a SATA dock but after plugged it in, the drive turned to "RAW file system" (which, to my understanding, means that it has no format). Is there any software that I can use to recover data from Raw drive? I have hours of video recorded and days of documents written that I can't afford to lose.Thanks in advance guys.."
--Asked by Chris in Yahoo.Answers

Occasionally when we attempt to access data from a drive/partition or storage media, we may go to the popup dialogue box which shows a message including ' The disk in drive is not formatted. Do you want to format it now ? '. In such situation, the file system is shown as 'RAW' as well as the disk space also will become 0 byte when we check the drive in "My Computer". What's more, to your desperate, our important data are gone although all of us did not delete or maybe format them. Then exactly where did our files head out? Can we do Raw drive recovery to get returning our files? In this example, Raw hdd recovery is still possible with Raw data recovery software to restore lost files.

Why hard drive turns into raw file system?
Since the files get lost caused by RAW file system, what's RAW file system? Raw file system is an excellent regular file system in a operating system. As we all know the regular file systems of Windows is FAT or NTFS. RAW file system is a system problem which presents a dilemma of our computers and also makes our files unaccessible. SD card can come to be RAW and not understandable in computer, external disc drive can become RAW in the event that we insert it to be able to PC and any various other storage media has the opportunity to fell into Natural file system problems.

Once the hard drive is revealed as RAW file system, it can have the following possible (but is not all) error symptoms:
* 'The disk is not formatted. Do you want to format it now?'
* 'Sector not found' error message even though accessing any file.
* File system is exhibited as 'RAW'…

Solution for Raw data recovery
In the above cases, external hard drive raw recovery or partition recovery is possible. We must opt for Raw recovery software. Here, Natural recovery doesn't mean recovering partition or file process itself, but recovering files from RAW partition/hard drive. Tenorshare Data Recovery can certainly effectively and safely perform Rawrecovery to rescue lost files from hard drive. If you actually a Mac user, you can give a try for Tenorshare Data Recovery for Mac, which can do the same job in Mac OS X.