News tagged ‘Video’
While streaming music services are gaining popularity, digital music sales continue to fall. According to the latest statistics published by a research firm Nielsen SoundScan, streaming services, which offer music and music-related video content saw a 54% growth in 2014. As to the amount of digital albums sold through world’s largest online stores, it fell 9% last year.
As you probably know, back in December, Apple launched its Start Something New campaign in Japan. The aim of this campaign is to show works of art users can create with the help of Apple’s Macs, iPhones and iPads and such products as VSCO Cam, Brushes, Slow Shutter, iDraw, Waterlogue, iMovie, Procreate and Final Cut Pro. Looks like the guys from Cupertino have decided to expand their new art campaign worldwide as now it can be found on Apple websites across the globe. In particular, the new section of the website was spotted by the users in the USA, Europe and Asia.
AppleInsider has recently shared a new aerial video showing the progress on the building of Apple’s new “spaceship” campus. As you probably know, a couple of days ago the guys from Cupertino posted a photo indicating that the work on the Campus 2 continues at enormous speed. Todays video once again proves this fact and gives us a more precise look at different parts of the construction site. The short clip is available
Apple on Monday released an important security update for Mac owners. According to what the guys from Cupertino say, this update contains a fix for the critical issue with Network Time Protocol service on OS X and is highly recommended for Mountain Lion, Mavericks and Yosemite users. Apple asks Mac and MacBook owners to “install this update as soon as possible”.
It is Sunday today, so I believe you want to take a look at the most popular posts of the past seven days. Let’s not waste time and discuss all the interesting topics.
A new strange video related to Apple’s iPhone 6 has recently appeared on YouTube. In a five-minute clip we can see a guy, who takes a brand new iPhone 6 and boils it in Coca-Cola. Well, I’ve seen a lot of strange people doing insane things, but I haven’t ever expected that anyone would boil a smartphone in Cola and film that.
The video has been posted to YouTube by a user nicknamed TechRax. It is available below, take a look and tell me what you think about it. I’m also interested in your opinion about the guy that performs this so-called “boil test”.
Several weeks after the previous release, the guys from Cupertino have seeded three Safari betas to developers for testing, namely, Safari 8.0.3, Safari 7.1.3 and Safari 6.2.3. Each of these betas contains a wide number of stability and performance improvements as well as some new features.
It is Sunday again, which means that I’m ready to tell you about the most interesting articles of the past seven days. Let’s not waste time and take a look at them right now.
Apple has earlier today released a new holiday-themed ad called “The Song”. In the short video, which is, by the way, available below, you may see a young girl, who decided to make a special present for the person she cares about.
Apple on Tuesday released a new iPad Air 2 ad. To be honest, the ad looks just like all the previous Apple ads highlighting the tablets. The most recent one-minute commercial is entitled "Change"; it shows us how the tablet can be used for a wide range of tasks beginning from running stock apps and ending with extremely efficient software for editing graphics and videos. The ad is available below, take a look and tell me what you think about it.
You have probably seen the drone video showing the construction site of Apple’s Campus 2, which appeared online a couple of weeks ago. Well, a new clip has been recently uploaded to YouTube. The short two-minute aerial video has been released after the guys from Cupertino revealed their plans to build a massive auditorium and a fitness facility for the employees working at the “spaceship” campus.
This clip indicates that thanks to the incredibly hard-working and persistent construction workers the new headquarters continues to grow rapidly. You may take a look at the video below.
A new video from 1996 showing Steve Jobs talking about the Web and eCommerce has recently appeared on the Internet. There are many things former Apple CEO predicted correctly, for example, the role of eCommerce and its development in the second millennium. However, Jobs didn’t think that we would use the Web as a source of information and that was his main mistake.
The short video is available below. Take a look and tell me what you think about it in the comments section below this post.
Apple TV set-top box has reportedly begun losing ground as its main rivals, namely, Roku and Chromecast, have become much stronger. According to what was shared by a marketing research firm Parks Associates, Roku streaming media players currently occupy the first place on the U.S. market, Google’s Chromecast sticks stand on the second one and Apple TV boxes are down one position on the third spot.
As you probably know, the guys from Cupertino are currently working on the new iPad with a massive 12.9-inch or 12.2-inch display. The device is expected to get the name of "iPad Pro" or "iPad Air Plus". According the leaked schematics published on the Internet last week, the long-anticipated tablet will boast of the dimensions of 305.31mm x 220.8mm x 7mm.
Today a new video appeared online. In the short clip you may see a physical mockup of the device compared to Apple's iPhones, iPads and the 13-inch MacBook Pro. The video is available below, take a look.
About a week after the release of Microsoft's ad mocking Siri and a couple of days after the release of two iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus ads voiced by Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake, the guys from Cupertino have decided to make another commercial available for public. The short video, which can be found below, tells us about one of new iMessage features introduced in iOS 8 and is called "Voice Text". I bet you've already guessed what particular feature the ad highlights.