Given that iPhones get better with every new version, the frenzy around the new releases are quite explicable. Pre-orders for this iPhone5 reportedly doubled that of its predecessor. In just 24 hours, orders reached a whopping two million and an array of distinctive entertainment and business features quite justifies this hype.
The most distinctive and readily recognized difference in the new iPhone (News - Alert) 5 is its weight. 20 percent lighter than the iPhone 4S, iPhone 5 is the lightest iPhone ever made. It also packs some amazing music and games features designed to keep the users entertained.
iPhone 5 also made it easier to do business over smartphones. With Apple's (News - Alert) new iPhone 5, users are finding unparalleled benefits from the increased processor speed and screen size. In its latest version, iPhone is also equipped with better tools. One such tool is a breakthrough App created by MaxEmail.com that makes sending and receiving faxes online faster and easier than ever before.
With MaxEmail iPhone 5 Fax app, it only takes a few simple steps to send and receive faxes on an iPhone. Used in conjunction with MaxEmail's online faxing service, users can send faxes by simply starting the App, taking a picture of the document they want to send with the iPhone 5's camera, and then instantly send the fax with the tap of a finger.
New document images are easily captured on the iPhone 5's camera, and existing photos of documents can be selected from the iPhone's camera roll. PDF files can even be attached from DropBox, iDisk, or Google (News - Alert) Docs accounts.
With MaxEmail's integrated, proprietary image processing technology, the app readies the selected images for black and white faxing.
There is an option of generating an automatic cover page to go with each fax. Simply by tapping on the send button, the user can rest assured that the fax has been sent o the intended recipient. Busy signals and low network coverage are no problem because the MaxEmail service will retry as many as five times to send the fax.
“We've already tested our App and it works great with Apple's new iPhone 5. Fax image processing is even faster, and with the iPhone 5's improved camera resolution, it produces the cleanest fax images I've ever seen on a handheld mobile device,” VP of Online Engineering for MaxEmail.com, James Siwek explained in a statement.
MaxEmail app also enables the users to view faxes received on the user's private MaxEmail number, listen to voicemail received at this number, and forward any received fax to an e-mail address or another fax number, all right from an iPhone 5, nearly anywhere in the world.
The free MaxEmail Fax App for iPhone 5 can be downloaded from iTunes.