It’s that time of year again when developers interested in all things Apple Inc gather together in San Francisco, California for the annual WWDC. The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference provides Apple with a chance to showcase some of the new software and hardware that the company has been working on this past year and is a huge and very popular event. We take a look at the biggest news and announcements to come out of Apple’s keynote event.
This is part two in our video series where we we're testing to see if you can use the hotspot functionality on an iPhone running iOS 7.1 while you're on the Roam Mobility Network. To see the results from our tests with the iPhone 4S, read on.
With the introduction of iOS 7.1 earlier this month, many iPhone users have found themselves unable to use their personal hotspot functionality. Since this a feature a lot of Roam Mobility users depend on while they’re in the USA, we decided to put it to the test using an iPhone 5.
Last month, Apple unveiled the iPhone 5C and 5S to the world. Here at Roam Mobility we were eagerly anticipating the announcement to confirm the long suspected rumour that these devices would have full AWS band support for 4G data speeds on the Roam network.
With Apple set to announce its new iPhone on Tuesday, September 10th, we thought it'd be a great idea to summarize everything leading into the highly anticipated date. The event will be hosted at their headquarters in Cupertino but Europeans and some Chinese citizens will be able view the event via satellites.Read More
All smartphone and tablet users need to change their APN (Access Point Name) settings in order to establish a connection to the Roam network. We’re happy to announce the release of a configuration file for all iOS devices, including iPhone (3/3G/4/4S/5), iPad and iPad Mini.Read More
Travellers often have a group of go-to tools that they like to have on them at all times. This can take up a lot of space and you run the risk of misplacing or losing smaller items. When switching between multiple SIM cards, they can easily get damaged or lost, if not stored in the right place. Recently, we came across a great piece of iPhone 5 hardware called the SIMPLcase: a shell case that holds multiple SIM cards, along with an ejection tool, to keep everything in one place and safely tucked away behind your phone.Read More