Why do all smartwatches insist on looking like they are from the future? We tackle the question as we discuss Google’s Android Wear announcement and what it means for the iWatch and other wearables.
Is Sir Lancelot’s Armor’s Holy Grail iPhone screen protector truly bulletproof as claims suggest? The business end of a rifle has a thing or two to say about that.
When it comes to predictions of the future from decades gone by, we are usually able to look back and get a good chuckle out of talk of flying cars and hover boards. When we look at Apple’s own take on the near-future, the world shown actually isn’t that far from what we know today.
Samsung hasn’t been shy when it comes to touting the supposed advantages of their products over Apple’s. A new set of ads continues to tradition. You know what they say: if you can’t beat ‘em, tear ‘em down with your inflated marketing budget.
Apple has released yet another ad utilizing footage shot on the iPhone, once again highlighting the excellent optics of the smartphone’s camera. Half footage captured by the iPhone 5s and half behind-the-scenes, it also shows that creating such beautiful imagery requires more than just a phone and a knack for visuals.
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.
What is Facebook Paper? It’s a little hard to pin down. Is it an enhanced newsfeed? A pretty, magazine-style newsreader? A total replacement for the traditional Facebook iOS app? Read on to find out.
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.
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.
LeAnn Rimes’ video for “Gasoline and Matches” features a combination of stop-motion and traditional video, all shot using an iPhone. The results are impressive, to say the least.