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Apple has today released two new ads featuring the iPad mini. The ads are extremely dynamic and just as the first iPad mini ad, they compare the iPad mini and the iPad. The new ads – “Photos” and “Books” demonstrate photos and iBooks on both the iPad and the iPad mini. The ads convey how the two remarkable devices are interconnected. Read More
Steve Jobs changed the world. He was an awesome story teller. The best story teller ever. He presented his products with such great passion that the products became extremely intimate. He made every product magical. He had magic. Ah, pure magic. As October 5th nears, there are some of his videos that you must watch. They are embedded below – Read More
Flashback. John Lasseter pays tribute to the great Steve Jobs. Chief Creative Officer at Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios, John’s name was added on the Hollywood Star Walk of Fame some time ago and he made sure to give credit to Steve Jobs. Steve Jobs cofounded Pixar and only asked one thing from John, “Make it great”. Read More
Apple has uploaded amazing new TV ads for the iPhone 5 that communicate the exact right message across to users. The ads are dubbed “Cheese”, “Physics”, “Ears” and “Thumb”. Our favorite is “Physics” which has been embedded above. Rest are down here. Read More
The iPod lineup has completely been revamped. Apple’s new ad is pretty cool reminding us about the phenomenal energy still left in these devices.
Google has finally made an official YouTube App available on the App Store. Starting with iOS 6, Apple decided to remove the default YouTube client on iOS and today, Google has responded to that by coming up with a native YouTube App for iOS devices. The App is way better than the standard client or even the website. And it would make Google a lot more money. Read More
The very first video of the iPhone 5 booting up on iOS 6 has leaked on the web. The screen is of-course bigger than the iPhone 4S and the device boots up faster than the 4S. The device won’t activate after boot up, but it is clear that it runs on iOS 6. Read More