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Apple has posted a new video celebrating the first Beats 1 anniversary. In case you don’t know, Beats 1 is Apple’s online radio launched in 2015 alongside the streaming music service called Apple Music. The short video is based on interviews with famous artists and highlights the most interesting things that happened in its studios over the last 12 months. Check out the video below or on Apple’s official YouTube channel.
Apple’s new Campus 2 that is expected to be finished by the end of this year, continues to take shape at a high speed. As shown in the latest video posted to YouTube by Matthew Roberts, the main building now looks more complete. The construction workers continue the installation of glass and solar panels as well as fuel cells.
Other building within the site, for example, the auditorium and fitness center for employees, are also nearly finished.
Apple’s new headquarters will become the workplace for more than 13,000 employees.
Below you can take a look at the flyover video showing progress on the Apple’s Campus 2.
As you know, Apple is expected to release a new iPhone called presumably the iPhone 7 later this year. If you can’t wait to see and most importantly buy the device, you can turn your iPhone 6s (and even the iPhone 6) into the rumored iPhone 7 using 10 simple steps and some tools.
Below you can take a look at the ultimate tutorial on making the iPhone 7 with your own hands. The video was posted on the YouTube channel Peripatetic Pandas.
Follow these 10 easy steps to upgrade your boring, out-dated iPhone 6s to a brand new iPhone 7.
What do you think about the video? Have you already turned your old iPhone into a new one?
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According to the latest report from Macotakara, Apple plans to ship the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with standard 3.5mm headphones and a Lightning adapter. Recent rumors suggest that the company will ditch the headphone jack to reduce thickness and weight of the devices and make the headphones compatible with the Lighting port of the handsets.
It is Sunday today, which means it's high time I told you about the most popular posts of the last couple of days. Most of the articles this week deal with Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference and new versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS announced during the keynote of the event. There are also several posts that tell us about the next-generation iPhone and Apple Watch and their possible specs.
If you like rumors like I do, you might have heard that Apple is reportedly planning to add a new touch-sensitive OLED panel instead of functions key on the new MacBook Pro. Many things point to this, for example, leaked photos of the alleged casing for the laptop or references found in the latest version of Apple’s desktop operating system called macOS Sierra. But what if Apple decides to integrate similar OLED panels into its wireless keyboards? Below you can take a look at the concept showing how everything may look like.
A well-known hacker nicknamed iH8sn0w has successfully jailbroken iOS 10 beta that was released to developers last Monday. This means that Apple hasn’t patched all exploits that could be used to hack the devices running the latest version of company’s mobile operating system. Below you can take a look at the video showing a jailbroken iPhone 5 running iOS 10.
Earlier this week, Apple unveiled iOS 10, the next version of the mobile operating system that is compatible with the iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad mini 2 or newer as well as with the 6th generation iPod touch. Even though the update is currently available only as a beta,
Apple has posted a full video of the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote that took place on Monday to YouTube.
During the event, the tech giant announced new versions of its operating systems, namely, watchOS 3, tvOS 10, iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. Each and every version contains a number of new features, performance and design enhancements as well as stronger data encryption to protect the data users store on their devices.
Right after the WWDC keynote, Apple released first betas of the aforementioned operating systems to developers for testing and promised that public beta testing program will start in July. As to the release for end users, it may take place in the fall.
You can watch the full WWDC 2016 keynote below.
According to the latest report from Bloomberg reporters, Apple’s rival Samsung may release two new smartphones with bendable screens in 2017. The devices are expected to get OLED displays and become new iPhone rivals. The report is based on rumors shared by people familiar with the matter, so I guess we can believe it.
It is Sunday today and this means it is high time I told you about the most interesting posts of the last couple of days. Let's not waste time and take a look at the articles worth your attention right now.
As you know, later this year, Apple is expected to finish the construction of its new headquarters. The drone video shows that the company does its best to accomplish such an ambitious task as moving into the new Campus 2 as soon as possible. Like several previous videos, this one was shot by Matthew Roberts and is available below and on YouTube.
Currently, the construction workers are focused on finishing the roof structure of the main building, so we see a lot of changes here. Apart from that, the garages for employees’ vehicles are nearly ready. Finally, the fitness center and other building also continue to take shape.
Stay tuned for updates on the progress at Apple’s Campus 2 construction site.
According to a statement made by Kevin Wang, Director and analyst at iSuppli, Apple may finally increase the minimum storage option on the iPhone to 32GB. What this means is that the entry-level iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus may become first devices with not 16GB, but 32GB of flash storage on board. Since both handsets are expected to get improved cameras capable of recording 4K video, the increase of base storage is essential.
It is Sunday today, so I guess it's time to talk about the most popular posts of the last couple of days. Let's not waste time and start discussing interesting stories right now.
Most of the articles this week deal with the next-generation iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, iOS jailbreak and the latest versions of iOS 9, OS X El Capitan and tvOS.
A well-known hacker Luca Todesco who has successfully jailbroken iOS 9.2, iOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3, and the yet to be released publicly iOS 9.3.3 beta, has recently showed the untethered browser jailbreak of iOS 9.3.2. To hack an Apple-branded device, the developer used Apple’s native browser Safari, which, as it turns out, is quite vulnerable to such threats.
The video below depicts the sixth-generation iPod touch running iOS 9.3.2 and the process of browser-based jailbreak. Unfortunately, it is very unlikely that Todesco will release a public tool for jailbreak. According to the hacker, he’s mostly interested in research, not actual hacking of iPhones, iPads and iPod touch units running the latest firmware versions.