PSSST. Here’s a secret: Apple’s iPhone is made up of parts sourced from several competitors in the smartphone market. Inside that sleekly stylized phone in your pocket are parts from Samsung, LG and Sony.
So you’ve captured some great video using your iPhone, but that little display just isn’t providing you with the sort of screen real estate that would do justice for editing together a final movie. No worries, you have an iPad. But wait, how do you get them from one to the other?
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak had an interesting proposition for Apple, speaking at the Apps World North America conference. The Woz thinks a marriage between Apple and Google could be a perfect opportunity.
The rumors have been swirling about Apple’s desire to use sapphire glass in upcoming iPhone builds. We understand why some don’t see what all the fuss is about. Click through for the video that will convince you otherwise.
Yes, Apple’s short film/ad honoring the Mac’s 30th anniversary looks gorgeous. Yes, “1.24.14” was really shot entirely with iPhones. A lot more, however, went into producing the video.
A 14-year old girl in Kennebunk, Maine was settling in for another normal school day late last week when she heard a pop emanate from her pocket. When all was said and done she was in the hospital and a charred iPhone 5c was on the classroom floor.
Apple is continuing its celebration of 30 years of Mac with a new video emphasizing how far we have really come since those early days. The clip, entitled “1.24.14,” was filmed entirely with the iPhone over the course of a single day.
Apple could be facing a fine as Belgium’s Council of Minister has declared it illegal for mobile phone makers to block access to 4G LTE networks. The issue stems from Apple’s preference to do business with Mobistar while dragging out the iPhone certification process for other carriers in the region.
A lot has been made recently of Apple’s obsession with sapphire, but one analyst believes Apple may be on to something much bigger than ultra durable display glass. He connected the dots and believes Apple could introduce solar charging to its portable devices in the very near future.
Apple announced the results for Q1 of the fiscal year 2014 (ending December 28th, 2013), announcing quarterly revenue of $57.6 billion with a net profit of $13.1 billion. The record revenue was driven by all-time quarterly records in iPhone and iPad sales.
With the upcoming 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia has been in the center of the spotlight, if not always for the most positive of reasons. But here is a bit of good news out of the country.