Solavei Now Offering Nano SIM Card for iPhone 5
Solavei today announced the availability of a nano SIM card that is compatible with the Apple iPhone 5. The card, which costs $9, is being offered with the same $49 service plan that Solavei offers to other devices. Solavei's low monthly fee includes unlimited voice, messaging, and data. iPhone 5 owners interested in Solavei's service will need to have an unlocked device. Unlocked iPhones can be purchased directly from Apple starting at $649 for the 16GB model. According to Solavei, it now offers full-size SIM cards, micro SIM cards, and nano SIM cards, which allows most any device to be used with its service. Solavei is an MVNO that uses T-Mobile USA's network. It cautions that high-speed HSPA+ service is only available to the iPhone 5 in select markets.
Gmail for iOS Adds Drive File Sharing
Google today rolled out an update for its Gmail app for iOS devices. The update carries over a feature given to the Android app earlier this month: the ability to share files from Google Drive.
Skype for iPhone Gains Group Audio
Skype today updated its application for the iPhone. Skype 5.4 adds one core feature: the ability to host group calls.
T-Mobile Pitches Free MLB Content to Customers
T-Mobile today said baseball fans will be able to watch every regular season Major League Baseball game on their smartphones for free. T-Mobile has again partnered with MLB and is providing customers with access to a free year of MLB.TV Premium, which includes MLB.com At Bat Premium.
Apple Debuts New Multi-Carrier SIM Card in iPad Air 2
Apple today revealed the iPad Air 2, and along with it a new way to handle SIM cards. According to Apple, the new Apple SIM gives iPad Air 2 owners unprecedented flexibility when it comes to choosing an LTE service provider.
Apple Now Selling Unlocked iPhone 6s, 6s Plus
Apple has added the option to purchase SIM-free, unlocked iPhones to its web site. The iPhone 6s (model A1633) and iPhone 6s Plus (model A1634) are compatible with a wide range of LTE networks, including those of AT&T, T-Mobile, and can be used on any GSM network in the U.S.