Bathe in the iPhone glory
iPhones were the first phones to be mass marketed with true multi-touch capacity displays and intuitive touchscreens without the need of styluses. They are one of Apples largest revenue generators and seem to be the most desired phone of our time, acting also as a portable music machine and a gaming device as well as being one of the few phones that are applicable with Apple’s iTunes, one of the largest online libraries there are expanding in Music, TV, film, books and games.
The phone is set to be shipping on the 19th September, almost a year after the previous one was released. More information confirming the phone will be released on [...]
TV screens, computer monitors and even the new iPhone (to be released) are now being made with a screen using quantum dots in matrices formats. The screens will also be bigger, thinner and more flexible.
We are all familiar with TV screens, phones and monitors are currently made of pixels (the tiny box’s of colour), which are tiny squared made out of a matrix (group of data) of red, blue and green phosphor (phosphorus coating). Much like the cathode ray in the first TV sets, electrons (tiny negatively charged particles) are fired at the screen and are controlled by magnets to make the picture that we see, as controlled by a signal received by the set via satellite or [...]
Apple unveiled its new OS X 10.10 and iOS 8 operating systems today during the opening session of WWDC. Although many hoped that Apple would debut its next “big thing” the audience of 6,000 developers were largely introduced to moderate improvements to the existing operating systems.
Apple fans will be quite pleased with some of the new features – particularly the increased connectivity between Macs and iOS devices. Still, many people were hoping for more exciting news.
Here are some of the highlights from today’s Keynote Address:OS X 10.10 “Yosemite”
Graphical Redesign: Apple has made some slight improvements to the [...]
The computer keyboard industry has exploded and become more varied over recent years, with keyboards ranging from size of a palm to the size of a computer monitor, with a variety of different features such as a built-in touch pads to replace a mouse or the fact that they can also be wireless or even light up every time you press a key. A noticeable change over the years is that mobile phones are not just phones anymore, but devices we send and receive e-mails on and browse the web. This lead to the creation of multi-touch displays with full qwerty keyboards that adapt to the application. This is exceeding their normal changes with technology, such as [...]