Monday, November 16, 2009

Using Mobile Spy 3.0 to track your stolen iPhone

iphone gps tracking app imageMobile Spy v3.0 is a free iPhone tracking software to track your lost or stolen iPhone through a SSL secured online control panel, you just have to login to their website from any pc which has internet connection. You can also use Mobile Spy to track your current coordinates and send SMS.

Mobile Spy allows users to monitor their handsets in real time and runs in the background behind all other applications. After the spy software is setup on the cellphone, it will silently record SMS messages, GPS locations and call activities, and then upload the data to your private Mobile Spy secure online account.

Mobile Spy v3.0 at the moment supports iPhone, windows mobile and Symbian smartphone, but they charge $99.97 for a one year subscription which is a little kind of expensive as others offer free tracking services.

Monday, October 19, 2009

Free iPhone Gps tracking software– iLocalis

iPhone gps trackeriLocalis is a free Gps tracking apps that supports all firmware versions on iPhone 3G and 3GS, you just have to jailbreak it and install Cydia first.

Retrieve a stolen iPhone. If your iPhone is stolen you can log into the site and check out where it's at. Extra features built into iLocalis allow you to send text messages or make calls on your iPhone when you don't even have it with you. If you iPhone is stolen log in and send yourself a text message. If the thief changed the sim card you'll have their phone number!

Allow your family and friends to know where you are. iLocalis will send a message to your friends when you are near by. You can also set it up to allow your friends to locate you. If your friend also has iLocalis you can send messages to each other for free. No txt messaging charges.

Need family or someone else to know where you are? You can share a map of your location data with whomever you choose with a temporary URL that will expire when you set it to expire.

 iLocalis can also be used for a business that needs location services for their employees. Employees carrying iPhones with iLocalis can be tracked via the web site easily.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

China unicom to sell iphone in China soon

It's reported that China unicom will begin to sell iPhone on the Chinese market on 15 October, 2009, it's said that every preparation is under way.

According to some reports, China unicom will sell iPhone 8GB at 1,999 RMB, 16GB at 2,999 RMB, but the user has to sign a two-year contract with China unicom and promissing a monthly bill 186 RMB at least.

 Apple and China unicom anounced on 28 August that they had reached an agreement on the sales of iPhone in China, in which China unicom agreed that it will buy 5 million iPhone from Apple, and will pay a total of 10 billion Chinese yuan to Apple.

 To our superise, this deal between Apple and China Unicom is not exclusive, which means Appl can still sell its mobile phones to China mobile and China telecom.

So will Apple become the largest winner in China? Especially considering Apple has a huge number of fans on the Chinese market? We'll wait and see.

Sunday, September 20, 2009

A brief introduction to me

Elison's personal photoHi this is Elison, welcome to my personal iPhone blog.
I have been working as an iPhone repairing engineer for the past two years in Foxconn, Guanlan, Shenzhen, China, and have learned a lot from my working experience.

Every day, thousands of iPhones are produced here, then shipped to the rest of the world, and numerous iphones are returned for checkup and repair too.

In this blog, I'll introduce to you how an iPhone is being produced, how a returned iPhone is being repaired. I'll share with you some small secrets about iphone, Apple and Foxconn as well.

And, if you have any query, you can always email at, I'll be more than happy to communicate with you, thanks.

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Foxconn's marriage with Apple iphone

Foxconn iDPBG plant image   January 9, 2007 Apple (Apple, Inc.) CEO Steve Jobs at Macworld announced the launch of iPhone, in that same year, Foxconn entered into a contract with Apple to manufacture iPhone for Apple (OEM).

    After signing the contract, Foxconn iDPBG (Digital Products Group ) was set up in Guan town, Shenzhen city, Guangdong province, in east China. At the same time, iDPBG recruited about some sixty thousands of employees, numerous buildings were built, and various machines were introduced.  

Foxconn iDPBG plant image     Foxconn is a giant OEM company in the world, it offered the same service to Nokia, Motorola and Samsung as to Apple. Due to the cheap labor force in China and its manufacturing experience accumulated over the years, Foxconn can offer a whole competitive manufacturing solution to the famous mobile and computer giants around the world. Every day, hundreds and thousands of containers being shipped to the rest of world.

     Apple used to be the pc giant, however, owning to the lack of innovation, it lagged behind of Microsoft and Dell etc, the consumers were expecting a new Apple. This is only possible after the former CEO Steve Jobs returned to Apple and innovation, again regained its position in Apple. People did not expect the great success of iPhone after Steve Jobs introduced it to the world.

    So things became clearer, iPhone became so popular across the global that Apple needed to make lots of it. People used to see that hundreds of iPhone fans lined up just to buy a iPhone. As most cell phone companies would do, Apple chose Foxconn, whether to produce the large quantity of iPhone, or to reduce cost, Foxccon is always the best choice. That's why Foxconn began its marriage with Apple iPhone.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

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