News tagged ‘design’
Apple will show us its new iPhone on September 10th,
Some new lower cost iPhone and iPhone 5S mockups leaked online. This time it’s a Vietnamese website Tinhte that is the author of the photos. This site, by the way, is famous for the pre-release Apple gadgets reviews, so I guess we can trust it.
The renderings of such large iPad were kindly created by CiccareseDesign. The ratio of the display remains 4:3, while the size has reached 12.9-inches.
While the current 9.7-inch iPad features 132/264 ppi, the large 12.9-inch model is likely to boast nearly 1366 x 1024 (2712 x 2048 Retina) resolution, so that it matches the "HD" display standard in width and exceeding it in height.
Now enjoy the pictures of rumored 12.9-inch iPad as compared with other Apple devices.
Polar recently conducted a poll, which shows that the users prefer the new iOS 7 interface to the iOS 6. It should be immediately noted, however, that the poll did not take into consideration the icons of both operating systems. And as you’ve probably heard, the icons design is the most widely criticized thing about the iOS 7.
Instagram for iOS was updated yesterday with the ability to share videos from the camera roll and automatically straighten the photos taken directly from the application. As to the full list of features, you can take a look at it below:
Using one of three different adjustable clips and your Apple Lightning Cable (not included), HiRise positions the Lightning connector at a raised height to connect and charge your iPhone 5 or iPad mini. This allows HiRise to work with most cases, including cases with recessed connections no other dock can fit, like the OtterBox Defender, Speck CandyShell and, of course, the BookBook for iPhone. The rear support also adjusts forward and back to accommodate the different thicknesses of various cases and shells.
It was reported earlier this week that Apple executive Bob Mansfield has given up his management duties at Apple. He is rumored to have focused on 'special projects', concerning development of new products for Cupertino company. So his responsibilities will be taken over by other executives.
Dan Riccio will be responsible for Apple's antenna design team. Moreover, he will still lead the department of Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod engineering. Dan Riccio was promoted to lead Apple's hardware engineering teams when Bob Mansfield first retired last year.
Jeff Williams will acquire the job of managing Apple's special projects engineering teams. He is the Senior Vice President for Operations and has bee working with Tim Cook for years now. Though it is Mansfield who will focus on Apple's newest and most innovative designs. Thus he will not be distracted with management issues any longer.
A video, showing something very similar to the iPad 5 with translucent logo and thinner bezel, has been posted on YouTube by a Japanese website Mac Otakara. There’re no internal details - only the front and back covers assembled together.
Apple iOS 7 Beta 4 is finally released and available for developers. It’s been three weeks since the company from Cupertino unveiled the previous - third - version of its new mobile operating system. Such a long delay is caused by the recent hacker attack on Developer Center.
After two incidents with iPhone chargers, which caused death of a 23 year-old stewardess and led to serious injuries of a young man, who’s now in coma, Apple posted a statement on its Chinese website recommending users to buy only authorized chargers. Apart from that, there’s a photo of how the certified charger should look like there.
Those who don’t like the new iOS 7 design now can customize it and make the operating system look just as they want. This is all due to a new tool developed by Usvsth3m. Well, unfortunately this is just a kind of web app or game, but not a real iPhone tweak.
According to the latest rumours, Apple is currently testing larger screens for iPhone and iPad. The Wall Street Journal claims the company from Cupertino ordered several prototypes from its Asian suppliers several months ago.
The Vanity Fair app for iPhone has recently been updated.
Having Vanity Fair installed on your iPhone will enable you to enjoy high-profile interviews, breathtaking photography and thought-provoking subjects. With the help of interactive graphics, galleries, and video the app has been redesigned to look like a real print glossy magazine.
You can subscribe now from a complete access. And if you can already boast a print subscription, the online app version is free - just download it and enter your subscription information. You can also buy single issues.