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I Bet You Didn’t Know Apple Has A Patent For A Pizza Box

Apple, like so many big corporations, has the addiction for patent. The Cupertino-based tech giant may not be the biggest patent holder among tech companies, but it has a significant number of them and what this means is, the things that get patented can sometime turns out to be rather quirky, like for examples, a paper bag and even a pizza box. Yup. You heard that right. A pizza box, but being a patented pizza box, it is certainly not your usual run-of-the-mill brown cardboard-based square box. In fact, Apple’s very own pizza box, which the company has been using in its cafeteria, makes a lot more sense because it is round and as we all know, pizza is round. Continue reading I Bet You Didn’t Know Apple Has A Patent For A Pizza Box

Bold MacBook Pro 2018 Concept Has Huge Touch Keyboard/Pad Hybrid

Now that Apple has implemented touch bar on its MacBook Pro, it wouldn’t be farfetched to think that in future, the entire keyboard, along with the touch pad, will be replaced by a huge-ass touch-based keyboard. Such a design is exactly what Seattle-based industrial design student Daniel Brunsteiner is driving with his MacBook Pro 2018 Concept. The concept is nothing less than audacious, but the possibility is very real and while regular users may not appreciate the huge touch canvas, creative professionals could benefit from it. Continue reading Bold MacBook Pro 2018 Concept Has Huge Touch Keyboard/Pad Hybrid

Apple Watch NikeLab: Nothing Much, Probably Just Change In Color

Nike has once again teamed up with Apple to introduce another Apple Watch. Yes, the first was announced just last September, but last week, the sporting goods maker has unveiled the second, this time introducing Nike’s collaborative innovation platform called NikeLab. The new Nike collab Apple Watch, dubbed Apple Watch NikeLab is a limited edition smart timepiece in neutral-tone, sporting black and cream watch band paired to a Space Gray Apple Watch Series 2. Continue reading Apple Watch NikeLab: Nothing Much, Probably Just Change In Color

This Is How You Can Turn A White Front Red iPhone To One With A Black Front

The first ever iPhone to get the (PRODUCT)RED treatment, the Apple (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus have just officially become available last Friday, but the community already can’t wait to put it under the knife to get what some want: a black front. Yes. The white front is not getting a lot of love cos’, apparently, most people are evil because they like it in black instead of the white the (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 (and 7 Plus) comes equipped with. Nah. Just kidding. Anyways, I am not going to lie. I am also leaning towards black cos’ I think it looks better with the crimson red of the (PRODUCT)RED iPhone. That said if you are so incline of having the (PRODUCT)RED iPhone 7 with black front, well, not all hopes are lost. Continue reading This Is How You Can Turn A White Front Red iPhone To One With A Black Front

Apple 9.7-inch iPad Updated With Retina Display And iPhone 7 Gets Red Edition

Well, if you haven’t heard. Apple has updated the 9.7-inch iPad with bright 9.7-inch Retina display and also, finally, (PRODUCT)RED comes to iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The announcement, which was made yesterday, also sees a slight dip in the 9.7-inch iPad pricing. The Retina display-equipped, A9-powered tablet will be available to order this Friday (March 24) online with a starting price of $329. It is not exactly cheap by tablet standard, but it is, after all, an Apple and so, it will always command a premium over other makes. Continue reading Apple 9.7-inch iPad Updated With Retina Display And iPhone 7 Gets Red Edition

ColorWare Will Now Sell You Apple AirPods In The Colors Of Your Choice

If you have been following this blog, you will have already know that I am not fan of Apple AirPods for reasons which I do not need to repeat myself. Having said that, does customizing it in color chosen from a plethora of colors change my mind about this astounding design fail? Probably not. Though I must admit, disregarding the form, colors do make the already eye-catching (I don’t mean it in a good way, btw) wireless in-ear headphones pops. So, if you are up for some colored StickPods, wait, I mean to say AirPods, with the hope (or not) that perhaps some colors would alleviate the awfulness, well then the maestro of coloring gadgets, ColorWare, is here to help. Continue reading ColorWare Will Now Sell You Apple AirPods In The Colors Of Your Choice

Apple Celebrates Chinese New Year With Free Beats Headphones

If you been wanting to buy an iPhone or Mac, January 6 couldn’t be the best to do so. Why? Because, on this day, Apple is celebrating Chinese New Year by giving away a pair of (PRODUCT)RED Beats Solo3 Wireless On-ear Headphones with purchase of select Mac or iPhone. There’s a catch here though; this giveaway will only be available in select countries and as you may have already guessed, the offer is extended to countries that celebrates this festive occasion, namely China, Hong Kong, Singapore, as well as Taiwan. Continue reading Apple Celebrates Chinese New Year With Free Beats Headphones

Not Surprisingly, MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar Is Perfect For KITT Chaser Light

Lets face it: the days of good’ol keyboard keys are numbered and the MacBook Pro Touch Bar is just the beginning of it all. The future of keyboards is certainly dynamic in nature and with the talk about the Californian tech giant acquiring Australian startup Sonder Design, the possibly seems even more concrete. But before that happens, you have the Function keys-replacing Touch Bar to explore the possibility of dynamic keys. Not surprisingly, the community is quick to jump on the Touch Bar party, creating apps that allows you to see what exactly it can do. Continue reading Not Surprisingly, MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar Is Perfect For KITT Chaser Light

This Is How You Can Test Drive MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar On Your Mac

We picked up this news three weeks ago but we thought it wouldn’t matter cos’ Mac users are unlikely to be skeptical about the new MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar. Fact is, everyone, Mac users or not, has the right to be skeptical. I mean, we are talking about removing the entire row of function keys which naturally will instill some form of ‘fear’. Not knowing is the devil behind this ‘fear’. However, if you sort of know how it works, maybe, just maybe, you will be more prepared for what you will be getting into, or on the opposite spectrum, abandon the idea of owning a Touch Bar-equipped MacBook altogether. Anywho, for folks who are still on the fence about Touch Bar even though there are already some favorable reviews circulating around, we have news for you. Continue reading This Is How You Can Test Drive MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar On Your Mac

Surprise! Apple Now Has An Apple “History Book” In Memory Of Steve Jobs

Surprise. Surprise. Arguably one of the world’s most iconic brand name, Apple, has released a book. Yes. A book. If you think this book will be filled with texts aimed at selling the brand name further, then you couldn’t be more wrong. In fact, it has none, save for the introduction by Jony Ive and a couple of text that denotes the book’s title and also a statement, dedicating this book to the late Steve Jobs. Apple wants the pictures to do the talking and it has all 450 of them, shot by photographer Andrew Zuckerman in the most minimalistic way possible. Continue reading Surprise! Apple Now Has An Apple “History Book” In Memory Of Steve Jobs