Monthly Archives: "April 2014"

Check out this new iPhone 6 dummy from  Macitynet.it. The site said the dummy was given to them by a reliable source. According to the report:Read More

Posted On April 30, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Featured, Tech News

Oversized Headphones Defy Tech Product Trends

For many years, tech industries were all about creating the sleekest and smallest desires. And to some extent, this remains true. Apple offers numerous prime examples, most notably through its “air” series of tablets and computers that were designed to provide the same capability of larger devices with impressively light designs. And while larger smartphones such as the Samsung Note series and the upcoming iPhone 6 (rumored to be debuting a larger design than any previous iPhone) may seem to signal a reversal of the trend toward tiny tech, theyRead More

Posted On April 28, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News, Featured

New Stunning iWatch Renders

Check out this stunning iWatch concept from Designer Eric Huismann posted by Apfelpage.de. According to Eric Huismann, Apple’s rumored iWatch should feature: An aluminium unibody design A7m chip, 1.4-inch roun Retina display and runs iOS 7 with improve voice control And finally, Apple’ innovated fingerprint scanner – Touch ID SourceRead More

Posted On April 28, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

New Video Suggests The iPhone 6 Will Be 6.1mm Thick

A new video created by the folks at Unbox Therapy suggest that the yet-to-be announce iPhone 6 will amazingly thin at 6.1mm. Unbox Therapy  video shows that a purported case of the iPhone 6 is thinner than the current 7.6 mm iPhone 5s, which suggest the next generation iPhone will be significantly thinner than it’s predecessor. In addition, Unbox Therapy discovered that the current generation iPod Touch, which measures 6.1mm in depth, fits nicely into the purported iPhone 6 case. Apple is widely expected to release a 4.7-inch iPhone laterRead More
Recently reported that the iPhone 6 will is likely to feature a display with a curved fitted to rounded side edges. Designer Martin Hajek has published renders of what such a design would look like. These images are based on leaks from Japanese tech blog – Macotakara.Read More
According to a new report from Japanese tech blog Mac Otakara (via AppleInsider) Apple’s next generation iPhone will feature “rounded” edges and a curved display glass much like the design seen on Samsung’s Galaxy S III. The “rounded” edge design was first introduced in the with the iPad mini. AppleInsider: To accommodate the rounded edges, a slightly curved display glass is also said to be part of Apple’s design plans. Based on what can be gleaned from the report, it seems like the top glass will not feature a convexRead More

Posted On April 23, 2014By Storm WilliamsIn Apple News

New Stunning iPhone 6s And 6c Concept

Renowned designer Martin Hajek has published new renders of the iPhone 6c and iPhone 6s. Previously, Hajek ousted the iPhone 6s design in collaboration with French website NowhereElse.fr. Today, he brought the iPhone 6c to the party. Martin Hajek:Read More
Earlier this month, Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst for KGI Securities, predicts that Apple will release two larger iPhones later this year: one measuring 4.7-inch and the other with a 5.5-inch display. Today, The New York Times is reporting Paul Semenza, an analyst for the research firm NPD DisplaySearch, supports Ming-Chi Kuo theory that Apple will ship two bigger iPhones, according to information from several sources in the supply chain.. “Our understanding is that Apple is working on both of the screen sizes for the new iPhone, with shipments likely in the secondRead More

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

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
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

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