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After unveiling Swift, a new coding language for developers,Apple has started a new blog to help users of the language to get a behind-the-scene look and more. From the blog post:Read More
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In an interview with the Guardian, Professor Neil Alford of the department of materials at Imperial College, London has revealed that it is very likely that the purported iPhone 6 front glass  shown off in recent videos is sapphire. After reviewing Marques Brownlee video, Professor Neil Alford said, “In my opinion the screen being shown off in the video could well be a sapphire screen. If you make sapphire thin enough, and it’s flaw free, you can bend it quite considerably because it has an enormous strength.” “I think theyRead More

Posted On May 24, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Editorials

Sizing Up The iPhone 6; How Big Will It Be?

Here are new photos of the an iPhone 6 dummy posted recently on Weibo. The photos illustrate the expected dimensions of the iPhone 6. Based on the post, the iPhone 6 is expected to sport a 4.7 inch display, 7mm thick, 137.5mm long and 67mm in width.Read More
When casinos first entered the online market, you’d always need to download casino software onto your hard drive before you could play any games. For many people, that was enough to put them off even trying out the games on offer as either they couldn’t be bothered with downloading the required software, or they didn’t trust getting downloading files from the internet. Nowadays, although you can still download casino software and indeed need to in order to get the full range of games on some sites, it’s generally not aRead More

Posted On September 24, 2013By Guest AuthorIn Apple News, Editorials, Featured

iOS 7: Apple Knocks It Out Of The Park

Well, the new operating system we’ve been hearing about all year is finally here, and the buzz about iOS 7 has reached a fever pitch. So, now that we’ve had a chance to play around with Apple’s new features, here’s a look through how they perform, and what they mean. Display First off, let’s cover the brand new look. Opinions differ here, but the bottom line is there’s no denying the new, flatter apps with bolder colors are incredibly sharp and sleek. Little details, such as the apps’ seeming centerRead More
People love publishing pictures on Internet today and the trend has been simply on the rise, thanks to the emergence of various photo-sharing websites, social networks and other communities. So, if you also want to join the bandwagon, then a good photo editing suite can make this process a cake-walk for you even if you are a beginner. Utility and Ease of Usage The biggest reason why professionals and even amateur photographers go for photo editing software is that they help them give that professional touch to their pictures. TheseRead More

Posted On July 11, 2013By Guest AuthorIn Editorials, Featured

The Moto X Smartphone Is Coming By October

In October of 2013, an all-American smartphone will enter the marketplace to challenge Apple and Samsung’s dominance. The Moto X Smartphone, developed and manufactured by Google.com (Motorola Mobility is owned by Google) aims to become the company’s new flagship device. Google and Motorola have formally announced that all assembling would be done in Fort Worth, Texas, making Moto X the first smartphone to be completely assembled in the U.S. The Moto X sets itself apart from its competitors by using self-aware technologies. Motorola claims that the Moto X Smartphone willRead More

Posted On July 2, 2013By Guest AuthorIn Editorials, Featured

A New Game Console Ouya Launches for $99

The wonderful news of this holiday season is that Microsoft launches its $499 Xbox One and Sony its $399 Playstation 4. It’s big news for gaming fans and especially for their wallets, because those prices don’t include any of the games. But starting this week there is a new gaming console on the market, which is significantly more affordable if we compare with other hotly anticipated systems to Best Buy and Target shelves later this year. It’s called Ouya (pronounced like Booya, without the B) and costs only $99! It’sRead More
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Ever since the first iPhone was released back in 2007, the installed software has consistently received yearly updates for every new version that comes out. Apple has always been committed to rolling out pristine and seemingly flawless products, but the demand for more advanced features has made it a challenging prospect for the company. Consumer response When the iPhone 5 was first released to the public, complaints about Apple’s own Maps app began circling the web, leading to implementation of measures on how to fix the bug/s. If this wereRead More
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Posted On June 26, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Editorials

Wistron to Start Producing iPad mini OEM 2014

According to the a new report from Digitimes, Apple has secured the services of Taiwan-based ODM Wistron for the production of iPad mini. The report is based on information from Taiwan-based supply chain makers. “Since Apple has released iPad mini orders to Foxconn Electronics (Hon Hai Precision Industry) and Pegatron in 2013, Wistron may begin production in 2014 or 2015 at the earliest,” Aaron Lee, Taipei; Adam Hwang, Digitimes. “Apple has continued to adjust its supply chain through selecting new component makers and OEMs since Tim Cook assumed the role of CEO.” TheRead More
iOS 7 Notification
If you are waiting for specific dates for the unveiling of the next-generation iPhone, your wait might be over if the information in this report by Current Editorials are genuine. According to the report Apple will unveil the next-generation iPhone on September 18 with a release date schedule for September 27, 2013. “Apple will hold a press conference to announce the newest version of its iPhone on September 18,” Micah Singleton writes for Current Editorials. “The next iteration of the iPhone will be released on September 27. Prior to the release of the new iPhone,Read More
If you’ve ever used a smartphone or tablet to search for something related to the television program you’re watching, you’ve been a part of the “second screen” movement: looking at a second screen while watching a first screen. While this may seem like the beginning of a serious addiction, using a second screen has become a common way of viewing and interacting with the media around you, a way for social media to interact directly with traditional media. The notion is being embraced by television networks such as HBO, AMCRead More