Reconsidering every element of the Mac interface, Apple has released a promotional video showing off the changes OS X Yosemite will deliver when the operating system launches this fall. The minute-long clip highlights several changes made to Apple’s upcoming OS, including flatter iconography, modernized system text and transparencies. Click here information about OS X Yosemite.
Riding on its success from the previous generation of video game consoles, Rockstar Games has reworked Grand Theft Auto V for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. The makeover adds an impressive amount of depth to an already seemingly endless game and takes advantage of the current generation’s technology. The smash hit is due for release this fall with preorders available at your neighborhood video game supplier.
The iPhone 6 will reportedly include support for near field communication (NFC), wireless charging, a faster LTE radio, and a much bigger screen, according to VentureBeat.
A source ‘close to the situation’ told the site that the iPhone 6 is nearing completion and is now being tested for durability, speed, and network performance.
Although Apple held back on NFC in the past, the company is reportedly ready to pull the trigger now. It’s unclear if Apple aligned itself with the ISIS wireless payments standard or whether it will introduce its own mobile payments standard.
While the current iPhone contains a Category 4 LTE radio capable of speeds up to 150 Mbps, the new iPhone 6 is said to contain a Category 6 LTE radio which is capable of speeds up to 300 Mbps. Continue reading
Apple today announced OS X Yosemite, a powerful new version of OS X redesigned and refined with a fresh, modern look, powerful new apps and amazing new continuity features that make working across your Mac and iOS devices more fluid than ever.
The new Today view in Notification Center gives you a quick look at everything you need to know, all in one place; iCloud Drive is located within the Finder and can store files of any type; and Safari has a new streamlined design that puts the most important controls at your fingertips. Mail makes editing and sending attachments easier than ever; Handoff lets you start an activity on one device and pass it to the other; and Instant Hotspot makes using your iPhone’s hotspot as easy as connecting to a Wi-Fi network. Yosemite even gives you the ability to make iPhone calls on your Mac. Continue reading
Apple has officially unveiled iOS 8 with the new iCloud photo library, Messages Features, Health App and More
Apple today unveiled iOS 8, the biggest release since the launch of the App Store, giving users incredible new features and developers the tools to create amazing new apps. iOS 8 delivers a simpler, faster and more intuitive user experience, including iCloud Photo Library, allowing you to enjoy your photos and videos more easily across your devices; new Messages features to easily share voice, video or photos with just a swipe; and an entirely new Health app that gives you a clear overview of your health and fitness data all in one place. iOS 8 also includes predictive typing for Apple’s QuickType keyboard; Family Sharing, the easiest way to share purchases, photos and calendars within the same household; and iCloud Drive, so you can store files and access them from anywhere. Continue reading
Apple just purchased Beats but if you were excited at the thought those little white earbuds might be getting an upgrade, then fear not. This special edition pair of ‘phones are as white as they come, with all branding reduced to a minimum to create a truly monotone exterior. To accompany them, New York architecture firm Snarkitecture created a new iteration of their popular Pillow: a dedicated storage unit that appears soft at a distance but is actually cast from solid gypsum concrete. With the pillow and the headphones together you have the ultimate minimalist accessory to accompany you on the road and at home, so if that’s what your iPod’s been craving, head to the Beats website on June 9 to grab one of the limited number available. Continue reading
Apple has officially announced that it’s agreed to acquire the subscription streaming music service Beats Music, and Beats Electronics, which makes the popular Beats headphones, speakers and audio software.
As part of the acquisition, Beats co-founders Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre will join Apple. Apple is acquiring the two companies for a total of $3 billion, consisting of a purchase price of approximately $2.6 billion and approximately $400 million that will vest over time.
“Music is such an important part of all of our lives and holds a special place within our hearts at Apple,” said Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. “That’s why we have kept investing in music and are bringing together these extraordinary teams so we can continue to create the most innovative music products and services in the world.”
“I’ve always known in my heart that Beats belonged with Apple,” said Jimmy Iovine. “The idea when we started the company was inspired by Apple’s unmatched ability to marry culture and technology. Apple’s deep commitment to music fans, artists, songwriters and the music industry is something special.”
A new video from Unbox Therapy examines an alleged case for the iPhone 6 revealing that the new smartphone could be as thin as the iPod touch!
In this video I compare this 3rd party “iPhone 6″ case with the current generation iPod Touch. If this case turns out to be accurate, we’ll be seeing a very thin iPhone 6.
Cases began to leak earlier this month showing a repositioned power button, as previously rumored. Martin Hajek, a designer well known for his Apple concepts, has posted renderings of what the iPhone 6 might look like based on those cases.
The latest rumors regarding Apple’s long-awaited iWatch point to a release as early as Summer 2014. Supposedly set to debut sometime after the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June, initial production reports point to 65 million units at launch. A report from the Economic Daily News claims the device will boast custom A-series chips designed by Apple specifically for the iWatch, with manufacturing handled by Samsung. The report also points to a display made of sapphire glass, the same material used on the TouchID home button of the iPhone 5s. Like early rumors, the latest report also points to the iWatch playing a more biometric role with advanced sensors capable of detecting a user’s heart rate, blood pressure and more.
The video, despite its poor English, is of impressive quality mimicking the elements of Apple’s ‘Plastic Perfected’ ad and product introduction videos. SET Solution has posted an introductory video for their iPhone 6C concept. Continue reading