All posts by Storm Williams

Storm is a technology enthusiast, who resides in the UK. He enjoys reading and writing about technology.

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Posted On April 19, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Featured, Tech Quotes

Dediu on The “True” Definition of Innovation

Famed Apple analyst Horace Dediu has written another masterpiece, positing his definition of what is the true meaning of the word “innovation:” Dediu concludes by stating that true innovations of a product is directly related to the impact it has on society or market: Based on the above, it safe to say Apple is the most innovative company in the tech industry.Read More
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Posted On April 18, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

The Most Realistic Render of The iPhone 6 – Yet

French website NowhereElse and renowned designer Martin Hajek have team up to produce the most realistic renders of the forthcoming iPhone 6. The design was based on leaked prototypes and the schematic plans. SourceRead More
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Rumors of Apple moving from 4-inch to 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch is widely reported. KGI Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo recently reported that Apple’s 4.7″ iPhone 6 would have a 1334×750 Retina display with a pixel density of 326 pixels per inch.  What is also obvious is that this transition could lead to fragmentation or headache for developers given the different screen resolutions. Macrumors has come up with a theory that suggests Apple has already got plans to address this issue - AutoLayout. According to the report, Apple has been encouraging developers to use AutoLayout in designing theirRead More
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Posted On April 16, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

Alleged iPhone 6 Cases Show Major Redesign

French website  NowhereElse has published new photos of the purported iPhone 6. The photos illustrate that Apple fans can expect a significant redesign in physical feature of the next-generation iPhone. As pointed out by Nowhereelse, the iPhone 6 will allegedly sport a slightly rounded edges, similar to the 5th generation iPod touch or iPhone 5c and features a repositioned power button and thin oblong volume buttons similar to an iPod touch.   Of course, the legitimacy of these rumors cannot be confirm. More coverage: 9to5macRead More
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Macrumors (via Macotakara.jp) has published photos and a video of mock-ups of the iPhone 6 and and cases for the announced at the recent Hong Kong Electronics Fair.Read More
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Posted On April 15, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

Is This The iPhone 6 Front Display Glass?

This purported photo of the next-generation iPhone (iPhone 6) has surfaced on Social network Weibo. The front display glass looks significantly larger that the 4-inch display on the iPhone 5s, which indicates that it could either be the rumored 4.7-inch display iPhone or the 5.5-inch display model. The report did not say. As is the case with all rumors and leaks, there is no guarantee that Apple will be releasing the products mentioned above.   Update:  Another French website suggests it might be the 4.7-inch iPhone 6. In other news, MacrumorsRead More
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Posted On April 14, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

Is This More Evidence Apple Is Making A 4.7-Inch iPhone?

Yesterday we published a few low resolution images of the moulding tools Foxconn is using to produce the rumored 4.7-inch iPhone 6. Today, Nowhereelse.fr has more high resolution images of the moulding equipment. The folks at the French tech blog came up a fascinating theory that the molding equipmemt will yield an iPhone with a 4.7-inch display: “Some of the holes that were drilled into the block in fact serve to fix the inserts which will form a crude which is then machined housing (finishes) using a CNC milling machine. Thus, and assuming thatRead More
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New photos of the production tools being use to manufacture the body of the iPhone 6 at a Foxoconn facility has been published on Weibo social network (via GforGames). In addition to the photo of the die, there are also new photos of  the iPhone 6 schematics. It is widely reported that the iPhone 6 will come in two versions. They will be a 4.7-inch display and a 5.5-inch display iPhone. More coverage: 9to5macRead More
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Posted On April 12, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

J.K Appleseed: “Shout Out to Apple Haters”

Here’s another fantastic piece by Apple Retail Store employee J. K. Appleseed (pseudonym).  In his latest piece - A Shout Out to Apple Haters, J.K. Appleseed explains why he thinks people hate Apple: J.K. Appleseed articles on McSweeneys is a must-read for all Apple fans.Read More
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Posted On April 11, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Alleged iPhone 6 Cases Surface

A new photo of the purported iPhone 6 case has been published. The image contains two crystal cases said to be for 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch iPhone 6 models. The cases matches up with drawings of the next generation iPhones published by Japanese magazine MacFan  in March. The cases also have an unknown cutout at the side, which supports analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claim that the power button would move to the side of the device:  …”well-sourced KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo has shared additional details about his expectations for the next iPhone model, expected to be calledRead More
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According to a new survey from 451 Research, Apple next-generation “iPhone 6” is generating an unprecedented level of consumer interest.  “This is the highest level of demand for an unannounced Apple model in a ChangeWave survey – stronger than we’ve seen in previous years for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5 models prior to their announcements,” said Andy Golub of 451 Research. “Speculation over a larger screen iPhone is clearly striking a chord with consumers.” This increase in interest is the iPhone 6 is largely attributed to the rumor that it willRead More
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KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo told investors that the new Apple TV will play a “key role” in Apple’s highly connected ecosystem. Ming-Chi Kuo believes that consumers can expect the new Apple TV to feature an integrate motion control technology to allow users to easily interact with the device without the need for a physical remote – this is made possible by Apple’s acquisition of PrimeSense and Apple TV App Store. On the rumored of a full-fledge iTV, Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that Apple won’t enter this space until they have a solid Apple TV ecosystem upRead More