Monthly Archives: "June 2013"

A report on German website – Spiegel describes how the iPad is revolutionizing the educational experience in the Netherlands According to the report, eleven “Steve Jobs schools” will open in August, in the Netherlands with nearly 1,000 children aged four to 12 will attend the schools, without notebooks, books or backpacks, only his or her own iPad. “There will be no blackboards, chalk or classrooms, homeroom teachers, formal classes, lesson plans, seating charts, pens, teachers teaching from the front of the room, schedules, parent-teacher meetings, grades, recess bells, fixed schoolRead More

Posted On June 30, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

More Photos of the body Shells of Low-Cost iPhone

Recently, we posted photos of the purported body shell of the green low-cost iPhone. Today, new photos of the yellow and red body shells have hit the web via NowhereElse. Interestingly, the folks at NowhereElse were able to prove that there is some credibility  to these photos comparing it with a leaked logic board for a next-generation. According to the findings, the attachment of the logic board matches the attachment points in the hull of the outer shell of the low- cost iPhone.  Read More
low-budget iPhone

Posted On June 29, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

Purported Image of a Green Low-Cost iPhone Body

NowhereElse (via 9to5mac) has posted an alleged image of the outer shell belonging to a green low-cost iPhone. The report was quick to point out that the image may be that of a Chinese clone. Therefore, readers should take this with an adequate dose of Sodium Chloride. According to the report: To begin, note that this case is prima facie not designed in one piece. It would appear that the hull itself and the panel on which the various internal components of the device will be attached are two distinct elements. It thenRead More
iPhone 5s Home button with Apple Logo

Posted On June 29, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

iPhone 5S to have Apple Logo on Home Button?

A new report by Letemsvetemapplem (via Cult of Mac) shows purported images of the iPhone 5s front panel and the Home button with a Apple Logo   According to the post (via Google translate): We have now managed to get a picture of the front glass iPhone 5s and home button pressed. It is so far the most interesting one in terms of leakage iPhone 5S. Button is the first time in the history of iOS devices Apple logo offers, under which it is most likely hiding the fingerprint sensor. Let’s not forgetRead More
iTunes Radio
Paul Resnikoff of Digital Music News has posted the a PDF copy of Apple’s contract relating to iTunes Radio and iTunes Store Resnikoff: Here’s the complete, non-negotiable contract with Apple has been mailing independent labels and artists ahead of the iTunes Radio launch.  It offers complete details on iTunes Store payouts, iTunes Radio per-play rates, and seems to confirm earlier information about forced tying between the iTunes Store and iTunes Radio.  It even delves into specifics about what iTunes Radio will look like. Here is part of the Contract, fullRead More
Tablet running Tizen

Posted On June 29, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Tech News

World’s First Tablet Running Tizen OS Released

Technojd.blogspot (via Wei Feng network) is reporting that Systena – a Japanese technology company, has officially unveiled a tablet PC running Tizen OS to the masses. Features of the Tablet include: 1.4GHz Cortex-A9 architecture quad-core mobile processor. Built-in 2GB RAM and 32GB storage space Features a 10.1-inch 1920 × 1200 resolution screen A 30-megapixel front camera and a 2.0 megapixel rear camera, running Tizen 2.0 operating system The tablet also has a microSD card slot, support for capacity expansion According to the report, Japanese carrier NTT DoCoMo will sell the tablet, butRead More
£650m Google UK HQ plans revealed for King's Cross
  Credit: BBC According to  a new report from the BBC, Google is about to set its new headquarters in Kings’s Cross, London. The headquarter is designed by architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris. The new building will be one million square foot building will house all Google’s UK staff, with relocations from offices in Victoria and Holborn, the report states. The new building is expected to be completed in late 2016, if given the go ahead. Approximately 35,000 people are expected to work in the wider development of King’s Cross onceRead More
iPad-5-Schematic

Posted On June 29, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

iPad 5 Dimensions Leaked Schematics

Recently , AppleInsider published leaked schematics of the low-cost iPhone being used by case makers to do their thing. Today, NowhereElse has published similar blueprints for Apple’s next-generation iPad – iPad 5. According to the report, the documents were produced by a machining company developing the product. NowhereEsle (via Google Translate):  Our source says that the author of this photo, which would undoubtedly have proved reliable in the past worked in a machining company working for several years for the Apple account, but I will not mention the name voluntarily. However, subcontractors workingRead More

Posted On June 28, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

More Internal Parts of iPhone 5S Leaked

Only a few days ago we shared purported photos of the iPhone 5S by Chinese microblogging users – @ C Technology. Today, the group (via cBeta.cn) has published more purported photos of internal components set to feature in iPhone5S The internal parts of the iPhone 5S published today include: Home key row lines, a button / vibration cable, speaker, borders antenna, the antenna on the border, wifi Bluetooth antenna and keypad / vibration cable.               It seems iPhone5S really mass production, is also not farRead More
Poppy

Posted On June 28, 2013By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

Poppy Turns Any iPhone into a 3D Camera

The creator of Poppy – an iPhone accessory that turns any iPhone into a 3D camera, are rolling back the years with their retro View-Master 3-D design. Poppy allows users to Capture, view and share 3D video clips and photos on the device. This project is currently featured on Kickstarter and the creator are obviously asking for your financial backing. According to the website: What is it? Poppy lets you capture and share the world the way you really experience it: in three dimensions. Have you ever wished you could record aRead More
This is the sort of post many SEO experts really do not want to be reading. However, Matt Cutts – head of Google’s Webspam team recently shared an email his colleague received from a so-call SEO expert promising to drive more traffic to his website -www.google.com. Wait… did I miss something! How can you get it so wrong. Here is Matt Cutts post on the matter and the email in question: Folks at Google get cold-call emails out of the blue just like everybody else. Here’s an email that a colleague of mineRead More
Want China Times is reporting that Hon Hai Precision Industry — the main manufacturer of Apple’s iPhones and iPads, developing a smart watch device. The news was announced by Hon Hai chairman Terry Gou at a shareholders meeting. The wearable computing device can be used to measure the user’s vital signs such as respiration and heartbeat, as well as to check phone calls and Facebook posts. In addition, the device will be able to if the measuring results are not within optimal range, the device will automatically give suggestions to the user aboutRead More