Apple has today launched three new iPhone 11 models, consisting of the dual-camera iPhone 11 and two triple-camera models, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone 11 is deemed the successor to the iPhone XR, and comes with a 6.1-inch notched display. On the […]
I was going to write a lengthy blog post to match those I’ve written countless times following previous Apple events, but then I saw the following article written by Adrian Kingsley-Hughes and realised that – bar the reference to Doogie Howser, M.D. – it was exactly what I’d […]
When Apple announced the impressive iPad Pro yesterday, and the brand new iPhone 6s and 6s plus, I was quite shocked that Apple still thinks that 16GB (iPhone) or 32GB (iPad Pro) is sufficient storage. With no way to further add storage, you could make a very costly mistake […]
Earlier today The Verge wrote a very interesting article about the new Apple Watch, revealing just how many people reviewing mentioned the same thing; that the new Apple Watch is ‘not for everyone’. Was it just a coincidence, or might there be another reason? It’s easy to come up with […]
Last year at Mobile World Congress it was easy for journalists to make jokes about the Galaxy S5 being anything but original, and full of gimmicks. But then we all got our hands on the device, and it was actually a pretty decent phone. Sure it was possibly a […]
I’ve resisted writing anything about the latest Apple scandal, nicknamed ‘Bendgate‘, until now but it seems the problem could be a lot bigger than some people would like us to believe. History is almost certainly going to repeat itself.
Next month, Samsung will use the massive IFA exhibition in Berlin to unveil the Note 4, a top-spec device that is likely to be the most impressive announcement at the show, and possibly one of the most significant releases of the year. But before then, it is expected Samsung […]
It’s very easy to joke about how much of Android Apple has copied today (widgets, custom keyboards, notifications you can reply to, sharing content with other apps etc), but it’s also a very good move whatever side of the fence you sit. iOS needs to become more like […]
Marques Brownlee is one of the top guys in tech at the moment, and he’s got a dummy model of the iPhone 6 as given to accessory manufacturers.
I’m sure it will all work out in the long run… I still can’t quite understand why.
Rumour: Apple to buy Beats for US$3.2bn Apple might be on the verge of buying Beats for an incredible $3.2bn dollars, which only leaves me wondering this: Why?