• The Apple iPhone 5S, 64-bit, Better Camera, Motion Sensing and more…

    The Apple iPhone 5S, 64-bit, Better Camera, Motion Sensing and more…

    Apple announced their faster, 64-bit next generation iPhone 5S to the world today. Available in three colors (slate, silver and gold), the design is reminiscent of the now discontinued iPhone 5 in look and feel. What exactly is new about this new iPhone? Featuring a 64-bit processor, a first on a smartphone, the iPhone 5S is 2x faster than the iPhone 5. A new processor has also been added–the M7 Motion coprocessor, which continuously measures motion data (accelerometer, gyroscope and compass), allowing for a new generation of health and fitness apps…or any other app that relies on tracking movement. The chip allows for more precise identification of user movement and therefore allows the device to optimize itself based on contextual awareness. Battery life clocks in at 10 hours of 3G talk time, 250 hours of standby, as ell as 10 hours of LTE browsing and 40 hours of music playback. […]

     
  • Apple Announces Next Generation iPhone 5S

    Apple Announces Next Generation iPhone 5S

    Apple has officially announced the next generation iPhone – the iPhone 5S. “The most forward thinking phone anyone has ever made” said Apple’s Phil Schiller, as the new device was introduced to the media gathering at its Cupertino campus. Available in slate, gold and silver colors, it’s made of high-grade aluminum with the same chamfered edges as the iPhone 5. The new phone features the worlds first and only smartphone with a 64-bit chip called the A7.  iOS 7 has been completely engineered for 64-bit (and Apple’s apps), making this processor 2x faster and up to 56 times as fast as the original iPhone. The new device features a ring around the home button rumored to house the onboard fingerprint scanner. Stay tuned…

     
  • Apple’s New iWork Suite to be Free on iOS Devices

    Apple’s New iWork Suite to be Free on iOS Devices

    All new iOS devices will soon see some more icons, as iWork will be free on all new iOS devices. The new suite of productivity tools is designed specifically to be used in a mobile environment and includes a web-based component that allows for seamless editing no matter when and/or where you might be.

     
  • Apple Discontinues iPhone 5, Officially Introduces iPhone 5C in Five Colors

    Apple Discontinues iPhone 5, Officially Introduces iPhone 5C in Five Colors

    Apple’s Phil Schiller took the stage at the company’s Cupertino campus to introduce the world to the iPhone 5C. Made with all the same technology of the iPhone 5, the 5C comes in a variety of colors including: green, white, blue, pink and yellow. The back and sides are made of one piece of hard-coated polycarbonate material. Along for the ride is a custom case made of a soft-feel silicone rubber. 4-inch Retina display, same A6 processor as the iPhone 5,  larger higher capacity battery, same 8-megapixel camera, 3x video zoom, new FaceTime HD camera, FaceTime Audio and more are all along for the ride. The 16GB version will be $99, and 32GB $199 on contract, while the new cases will retail for $29.

     
  • Apple Announces September 18th Release Date for iOS 7

    Apple Announces September 18th Release Date for iOS 7

    Next week on September 18th, iOS 7 will be pushed to iPhone, iPad and iPod users worldwide–featuring a brand new look, feel, native apps, and numerous new features including updated Maps, sharing, a retooled Photos app, and much more. The announcement came from Apple’s media event in Cupertino where they are expected to announce the next generation iPhone(s). Stay tuned…

     
  • Apple Kicks of 2013 September Media Event

    Apple Kicks of 2013 September Media Event

    Apple’s annual September media event is underway at the company’s Cupertino campus. On stage now, CEO Tim Cook is reviewing the company’s milestones as we await new product announcements in the form of an iPhone or two. The topic of conversation begins with the iTunes Festival and how it is accessible to tens of millions worldwide on iOS devices and is free to all. Stay tuned…    

     
  • Apple Updates iLife Apps Ahead of iOS 7 Reveal

    Apple Updates iLife Apps Ahead of iOS 7 Reveal

    Hot on the heels of the confirmation of an Apple event next week comes small updates to iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand for iOS; addressing minor performance and compatibility issues, the updates are said to be related to Apple’s upcoming iOS 7 operating system. The latest versions of all three apps are available for purchase in the iTunes App Store for $4.99 each, or as a free update for existing owners.

     
 

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