Category Archives: iPhone

iPhone 5 Concept

Its been a long long wait for iPhone 5 and there is no final confirmation for the release date. Having said that, new concepts and designs of iPhone 5 never stops pouring in.

Here goes some of more awesome and amazing iPhone 5 concepts and designs.

Concept by - Alberto Antoniazzi & Gianluca Antonini

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iPhone 4 / 4S Snow Cases

Christmas and New Year are fast approaching so now is the time to start considering what gifts you should be buying your loved ones and friends. Apple gadgets always at the top of the hit list, we look at the option of an iPhone 4s or if your loved one already owns one then one of the many iPhone 4/4s snow cases as a gift. Below you will find a selection of what we believe to be the best iPhone 4/4S cases with a snow theme.

Grove bamboo case  for iPhone 4/4s. In addition to their iPhone cases, they also produce bamboo backs for Mac laptops; leather/bamboo cases, covers, and skins for the iPad 2; and wall art. Continue reading iPhone 4 / 4S Snow Cases

What’s Inside The Apple iPhone 4S

Instead of releasing and naming it as the iPhone 5, Apple released iPhone 4s which is surely an enhanced version of iPhone 4. Lets see what Apple has got inside iPhone 4s.

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Steve Jobs through Pictures

Steve Jobs (1955-2011), who has died aged 56 following a long battle with pancreatic cancer, made an unprecedented impact on the world’s consumer electronics markets with a string of hit products, including the iPod, iPhone and iPad. In little over a decade, he took Apple (the company he co-founded in 1976) from near-bankruptcy to being the world’s second most valuable company by market capitalization.

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A bearded Jobs giving the keynote speech at the opening of MacWorld Expo in San Francisco on Jan. 6, 1998.

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Steve Jobs in 1977, introducing the new Apple II in Cupertino, Calif. This was widely considered the machine that established Apple as a force — both in the worlds of computers and design.

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Jobs and Apple CEO John Sculley unveil a new Macintosh computer, Feb. 6, 1984. The relationship between Jobs and Sculley began to sour, and in 1985 the board removed most of Jobs’ powers and he left the company. Jobs had famously lured Sculley from Pepsi with the question, “Do you want to spend the rest of your life selling sugared water or do you want a chance to change the world?”

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Jobs leans on the new Macintosh personal computer following an Apple shareholder’s meeting Jan. 24, 1984 in Cupertino, Calif. The Macintosh, priced at $2,495 at the time, was more stylish and easier to use than the machines made by IBM that ran software made by Bill Gates’ Microsoft.

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Jobs introduces the NeXT computer system, Oct. 12, 1988 in San Francisco. Apple’s purchase of NeXT — the company he founded after being forced out at Apple — in 1997 brought Jobs back to where he had started.

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Jobs posed with Apple’s new iMac desktop computer on May 18, 1998. Apple marketed its computers in cheerful colors to make them stand out from the beige boxes that dominated the personal computer market at the time.

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In 1999, Jobs, then acting CEO of Apple, showed off the company’s new iBook consumer laptops. This picture was taken at the Macworld Expo in New York, July 21, 1999. The new computers, priced at $1,599, came in two fruity colors, tangerine and blueberry.

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Steve Jobs with the two best-known members of the band U2 — Bono, left, and The Edge — at the release of a new family of Apple iPod products, Oct. 26, 2004 in San Jose, Calif.

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Jobs speaks at graduation ceremonies at Stanford University, in Palo Alto, Calif., June 12, 2005.

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Steve Jobs holds up Apple’s new iPhone, introduced at Macworld on Jan. 9, 2007 in San Francisco.

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Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs speaks during an Apple event on Jan. 27, 2010 in San Francisco. Apple was introducing its latest creation, the iPad, a mobile tablet browsing device that is a cross between the iPhone and a MacBook laptop.

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Flash back to 1985: Steve Jobs with his competitor Bill Gates.

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Apple Inc. CEO Steve Jobs (foreground) speaks during an Apple event Jan. 27, 2010 in San Francisco. Projected behind him is a picture from Apple’s beginnings, showing Jobs on the right with his co-founder, Steve Wozniak.

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In this April 24, 1984, photo, from left, Steve Jobs, chairman of Apple Computers, John Sculley, president and CEO, and Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, unveil the new Apple IIc computer in San Francisco.

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In this March 30, 1989, file photo, Steve Jobs of NeXT Computer Inc., left, and David Norman, president of Businessland, pose beside a NeXT work station in San Francisco, Calif.

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Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who has been on medical leave from the company since January, made an unexpected appearance at Apple’s iPad 2 event in San Francisco, March 2, 2011. “We’ve been working on this product for a while and I just didn’t want to miss today,” he told the crowd.

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In this June 6, 2011, photo, Apple CEO Steve Jobs delivers a keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.

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iPhone 4s Specs with Pictures

Apple released long awaited and much discussed iPhone 4s on 4th October 2011. This is the same model as to what many people rumored to be iPhone 5. The feautres on Apple website suggests this is an effort by Apple to steady its ground in the market before a bigger iPhone 5 release next year. But what are your analysis on this release.

We are presenting some images and specs of this latest release.

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Apple iPad 3: Photos and Expected Features

According to the latest news, the Apple iPad3 will feature a new, thinner and sleeker design, down nearly 20 percent in size compared to the iPad 2. It will also support full touchscreen HD display with a screen resolution of 2048 x 1536. The iPad 3 will also have a lighter battery life, reducing the weight of the tablet.

A6 Processor

Now Apple is aiming to make the competition tougher by sporting an A6 Quad-core Processor in the iPad 3. This would make the iPad 3 as powerful as any high-end desktop.

 

iOS 5

The iPad 3 will come with the latest iOS 5, which will host the multi-touch gesture technology. However, analyst and tech enthusiasts predict that Apple would introduce OS X Lion for the tablet, since it will be powered by a quad-core processor.

 

Retina Display

Retina Display (after we’ve seen this function on the iPhone 4 we thought that iPad 2 will also going to have it but there wasn’t any, iPad 3 will probably come up with this improvement. With the Retina Display feature, the screen resolution of the iPad3 will be 2048 x 1536 pixels. However, it is said that the third version of the tablet is delayed due to Retina Display issues, and Apple is expected to ship the tablet in early 2012.

 

 

 

Cloud Computing

Apple will definitely include the iCloud technology in iPad 3. With iCloud users can store photos, apps, calendars and access songs on iTunes without having them to store in the phone’s memory.

 

 

Fingerprint has already been granted patents on this technology, and is working real hard to make the iPad3 fingerprint proof. The touch screen will be coated with oleophobic materials, which will reduce the oil and fingerprints on the screen.

 

 

 

 

 

Camera

The new tablet will come with LED flash to support the camera. The display comes with a 2048 x 1536 pixel resolution display that can enable HD 1080p capability for watching high def movies on its 9.7 inch LCD screen.

 

 

iPad 3 Concept Designs

Rumors indicates that iPad 3 Release Date is somewhere in September, 2011. May be iPhone 5 and iPad 3 are going to launch on the same date. These are just rumors, there is not iPhone 5 and iPad 3 official release date announced by Apple yet. But according to The Wall Street Journal, iPad 3 release date is scheduled for earlier 2012 and it will go under first trial run of high resolution retina display in October 2011.

I collected the recently released best iPad 3 concept designs for you. Let me know which one is your favorite.

iPad 3 Features Expectation

  • Retina Display: People were expecting a retina display with the iPad 2; but the iPad disappointed them with the same display of the previous iPad. Now followers are waiting for an iPad 3 with a retina display. There is a rumor that the iPad 3 may offer a resolution of 2048×1536 pixels.
  • SD Card Slot: People are expecting a revolution in Apple iPad 3 with an SD card slot. Hopefully Apple may introduce SD card slot with the third generation iPad.
  • Improved HDMI: Yes iPad 2 also supports HDMI playback but you need to have Apple digital AV adapter, and that comes at an additional cost of $39. So it is much expected from iPad 3 to have an HDMI port that eliminates additional requirement of the HDMI cable.
  • Camera Flash: A camera with flash is a much-waited feature of the iPad; people were expecting iPad 2 to have camera flash; now we would be wondering if iPad 3 will have camera with flash.
  • Thunderbolt: The iPad 3 may have a Thunderbolt port. That will offer power, video and data connectivity using the same connector at lightning speed.
  • Wireless Synchronize: People are expecting iPad 3 to offer wireless sync of content rather than the traditional wired connectivity.