Apple has posted an official video showcasing their incredible work with the upcoming Apple Campus 2 in Cupertino. See it above.
Good news for iPhone Gamers, now they don’t have to depend on a secondary device to play console quality games with a console like experience. With Logitech PowerShell Controller and an integrated secondary battery, gamers can play games in a console styled manner without the worry of their phone draining the battery and also perform smartphone related functions. The Logitech PowerShell Controller has console style analog game controls that are iOS 7 controller compatible making it ready for more intense and complex gaming with a full screen view. It has an integrated 1500 mAh battery that increases the available power capacity of your iPhone. The Logitech PowerShell controller is compatible with iPhone 5, iPhone 5S or iPod touch (5th gen.) and has three-year limited hardware warranty from the manufacturer. Read More
According to an article and pictures published in the Dutch blog onemorething.nl the next iPad Air 2 could be much thinner than the current iPad Air. Onemorething.nl claims the photos were sourced from a Chinese display supplier. Samsung besides LG and Sharp will be the supplier for display assemblies. Read More
The emails and documents which are being used as evidence in the ongoing trial between Apple and Samsung have brought forward some very secret and bizarre facts. One such email from Samsung obtained by Apple Insider lets out a very interesting move by Samsung. According to this email of Oct 2011, Samsung feared Steve Jobs death could take the attention away from its new launch Galaxy S II as people perceived Jobs as visionary and perfectionist and this would prove to be an unintended benefit for Apple. So instead going after Apple publicly they tried to use this as an opportunity by launching an Anti-iPhone marketing campaign. Read More
A picture of iPhone 6 has surfaced the internet after it was posted by a blogger on the microblogging site Weibo. The picture has the front panel of what might be the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S held together, giving a clear depiction a larger screen size for iPhone 6. The cut out location for front camera, ambient light sensor, ear speaker and home button are same as iPhone 5S. The picture is not high quality to derive results from it but it supports the previous image leaks and pictures of manufacturing molds for a larger size iPhone 6. Read More
Though the last image leak of iPhone 6 manufacturing mold gave a clarity for a larger size phone, the dimensions could not be figured out. The latest manufacturing mold image leak comes from Nowhereelse.fr that gives quite a clear picture of the mold with iPhone 4S placed next to it for size comparison. On a comparative calculation for size for the new device a result somewhere close to 4.7 inches comes that justifies the previous image leaks. Read More
Before the iPhone 6 lands in the market, there will probably be a series of image leaks with no confirmation of validity of data. The latest is from nowhereelse.fr . According to the image leaks of a transparent iPhone 6 case, there is a cut on the side just opposite the volume controls. This somewhat validates the old image leaks of a shift in the power button from top to the left side. But to add to the curiosity there is a cut on the top side as well. Nowhereelse.fr admits that there is no confirmation of validity of these images, stating “reliability of this source is actually far from being proven. Therefore remain cautious …” Read More