Apple’s iPhone has enjoying quite a success in China, well at least it was with the iPhone 6. However, it could be more successful if the device had what Chinese consumers needed most: dual SIM support. Dual SIM is a way for migrant workers to keep in touch with both their families back their hometowns and also continue communication with their new found friends in the new, strange cities they are in. Obviously, they could have buy another device, but it would be a hassle. Continue reading Did This China Company Just Developed Dual SIM Support For iPhone?
With Apple CEO Tim Cook quoted saying that Mac mini will remain a staple of Apple’s lineup and it (the Mac mini) being tipped to have some much needed overhaul, industrial design student Louis Berger jumped at the opportunity to imagine what it will look like and boy, was the concept a drool-worthy we-want-it-to-be-real Mac mini. With Berger’s design, he completely reimagined what a Mac mini should look like. Gone is the now passé set top box-like design and in is a tube-like form with touchbar integration. Louis called it a “Taptop Computer Concept” that, unlike Apple’s current (and previous) designs, puts the Mac mini in the forefront of your desk. Continue reading Apple Should Make This Pill-shape Concept Mac mini A Reality
From our smartphones and TVs to laptops and tablets, it is not unusual for most of us to spend at least half of our waking hours in front of a screen. Of course, the types of screens and the amazing ways they work have definitely evolved over the decades — whether you are old enough to remember watching Lawrence Welk on your grandma’s massive black and white TV console, or young enough that your first smartphone was an Apple iPhone 5S. Continue reading The Fascinating Evolution Of Screen Technology
One of the ‘innovations’ Apple touts with the new iPhone X was wireless charging, but really, that ‘innovation’ is not an innovation. It has been a staple in many Android smartphones for years now and so, being a person of riches, why should you be seen using an “old technology.” I mean, come on, the iPhone X is in itself a luxury good, costing at least $999, so really it deserves a lot more “revolutionary” tech. And this, folks, is why there’s the Caviar iPhone X Tesla. Continue reading Who Needs Wireless Charging On iPhone X When It Can Charges Itself?
It seems like forever since we last mention about Beats and that usually means there weren’t any major updates since. That changes earlier this month when Apple-owned Beats revealed the Studio headphones. The Beats Studio3 Wireless Over-Ear Wireless Headphones, as it is called, now flaunts a more advanced noise cancellation, a redesigned innards, a longer battery life and Apple’s W1 chip that makes it iOS devices- and Mac-friendly with respect to pairing. When it does hooked up with an iPhone, iPad, or Mac that supports W1, the headphones should have a pretty impressive battery life of 22 hours with noise cancellation activated. Continue reading Here’s The New Beats Studio3 Wireless Headphones With Apple’s W1 Chip
The iPhones from 6 onward had a design which is time-tested. Since the 6, the same design cues can seen in later models of iPhone and even in other makes of handsets, but the 5? Well, that, my friends, was another brilliant design which Apple have kept for a little longer than it should have, now under the SE model. Having said that, it is only logical for someone to wonder ‘can the SE be more? Like, ‘what if the SE gets the iPhone X treatments?’ As some people like yours truly here are fantasying about the possibilities, German tech website CURVED/labs actually get down and ‘design’ an iPhone SE based on their own set of fantasies which they christen, iPhone SE+. Continue reading iPhone SE Reimagined With iPhone X Features And The Result Is Brilliant!
If you are a loyal Apple fanatic and wonder why Apple TV does not have support for 4K resolution or High Dynamic Range (HDR) contents to compliment your high-tech 4K/UHD flat screen TV, well, wonder no more because, the Cupertino tech giant has updated its Apple TV with support for both 4K and HDR contents. Aptly called Apple TV 4K, this little black box, which looks pretty much like its previous version, promised to deliver “unbelievable sharp, crisp images, richer, more true-to-life colors, and far greater detail in both dark and bright scenes.” Continue reading Apple Updates Apple TV With 4K And HDR Support, Announced Apple TV App
Tim Cook kicked off the September 12 Apple event with a touching tribute to Steve Jobs. Aptly, the event was held at a theater named after the late visionary co-founder of Apple. The intro was a break from the tradition where Tim would go on to boast about sale numbers, user-ships and of course, retails. Retails it did touched on, but the product highlights was lead by Apple Watch, which Cook claims overtook Rolex to be “the number one watch in the world.” Continue reading Apple Watch Series 3 Has Built-In Cellular, So You Can Ditch Your Phone
So, this is it. Just hours ago, Apple taken the wrap of the heavily leaked and rumored iPhone anniversary device, iPhone X, along with the iPhone 7 successor, now called iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Yup. iPhone 7s has been skipped. It is now straight to 8. Anyways, we are not here to regurgitate what Tim Cook and his team has spat out in a lengthy keynote and so here’s the gist. iPhone X is expected, beautiful. It features an expansive, edge-to-edge bezel-less display that takes up the entire front. In the process, the physical Home button is gone and so is the fingerprint sensor. In its place is a 7MP sensors loaded front-facing camera that will unlock your device via Face ID. Continue reading iPhone X And iPhone 8: One Excites But The Other Makes Us Go Yawn
Brikk, the purveyor of luxury gadgets, has launched premium version of iPhone X ahead of the device’s official announcement on September 12. The official words from Brikk landed in our inbox a few hours ago, indicating a selection of luxe iPhone X will be available for your taking. We suspect the iPhone X will be rare device by the virtue of the pricing and the rumored manufacturing issues which may limit the quantity available during the first wave of availability. Notwithstanding that, if you are looking to further stand out from the crowd and have a burgeoning bank account, Brikk presents to you iPhone X in Gold and Platinum with Diamonds in multiple collections which also include a Solid Gold Ingot version, as an alternative to the mundane factory version. Continue reading Brikk Announced Luxe iPhone X Ahead Of Apple’s Official Launch