​Solar Power iPhone and Multitasking Coming​​

There is a new solar power iPhone station coming that will boost battery efficiency. It is being developed by Muzatch, owned by USA Solar and Digital Communications Technologies LLC, and it gives the iPhone a complete power boost. The solar charger weighs only 9.8 ounces and can also be used for the iPod and Nano devices.

“With the need to move towards a more energy efficient nation, by investing in renewable sources of energy, it was imperative that we seek solar energy not only for our homes and businesses, but our electronic devices as well, and make it affordable,” Muzatch founder Willie E. Nason said in a statement.

The company wanted to develop the solar technology for the most used electronic gadgets. The mobile phone has become the primary device used by more than 40 million iPhone users. In fact, the solar charger has over 2,000 uses and will last over 4 years with a continued daily use.

Muzatch is already working on an energy efficient solar charger for BlackBerry mobile phones. The introductory price is only $49.95. It comes in 5 colors featuring white, black, blue, silver, and green.

Steve Jobs Believes Google Wants To Kill Apple’s Mobile Phone

Steve Jobs feels that Google “violated the alliance” it had with Apple when the search giant began producing cell phones that resemble the iPhone. Multiple sources who attended a company meeting said Jobs labeled the broken alliance as World War III. There was a big level of animosity involved as Jobs spoke of Google.

“We did not enter the search business. They entered the phone business,” Jobs was quoted as saying at a company meeting. “Make no mistake, Google wants to kill the iPhone. We won’t let them.”

The comment received a thunderous applause from company employees who were present at the meeting. There are other reports that suggest Google founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page considered Steve Jobs a mentor. In fact, they were regular visitors to the Apple’s campus.

Relations between the two companies allegedly turned sour when the Android mobile operating system was introduced. A series of heated meetings between Apple and Google executives took place soon after. Ironically, Google CEO Eric Schmidt was on Apple’s board of directors until last August.

The newest Apple iPhones, due out this summer, will add multitasking to their long feature lists. Apple is expected to launch the newer iPhone version in June. In addition, iPhone Software 4.0 will introduce “intelligent multitasking.”

Apple has developed a complete solution to multitasking on the iPhone OS. However, there are no specifics on how the technology would optimize resource conservation and battery life. The current version of the iPhone allows pre-emptive multitasking but the OS prevents it due to security reasons.


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