News tagged ‘experiment’
Hacker Managed to Run Web Browser on His Apple Watch [Video]
Hackers have recently begun exploring the capabilities of the Apple Watch. The wearable gadget launched in the USA and a number of other countries on April 24th has already been hacked to run a web browser. Below you may take a look at the short video showing Google’s start page right on the screen of the smartwatch. Although using a web-browser on a device with the screen size like this does not seem a very convenient thing, the fact remains: you can use a browser on your Apple Watch.
Here's How to Destroy Your iPhone 6 Using Molten Aluminum [Video]
A new video showing a rather creative way to destroy a brand new iPhone 6 has recently appeared on the Internet. Unlike other clips found on YouTube showing the smartphone smashed by a hammer, or boiled in Coca-Cola, or shot with a rifle, this one gives us a closer look at what happens when you pour molten aluminum over the device. The video is available below, so you may take a look at it right now.
Urban Armor Gear Sent iPhone 6 into Space [Video]
A new video has recently appeared on the Internet, which shows us a brand new iPhone 6 sent into space with the help of a weather balloon. The short clip was shot by a popular iPhone case manufacturer Urban Armor Gear to advertise its products in a rather unusual way. Take a look at the video and tell me what you think.
Apple's New 5.6-Inch Smartphone Won't Be Branded As 'iPhone' - Rumor
According to a new report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News, Apple will indeed release 4.7-inch and 5.6-inch handsets this year. However, the 5.6-inch device won’t be branded as ‘iPhone’. And this is a very interesting move from the company from Cupertino.
Sapphire-coated iPhone display via concrete [video]
Have a look at this fantastic demo-video! It shows that the sapphire-coated display cannot be scratched by concrete. Screen protection company Aero-Gear makes an experiment, scratching a concrete block over iPhone display protected by sapphire cover. Assuming the video is genuine, the result is very impressive. We can expect great scratch-resistance from coming iPhone 6.
We’ll have a lot more on Apple’s sapphire aspirations in the coming days in a series of special reports.
iWatch first year sales can become a record
According to Katy Huberty, Morgan Stanley analyst, Apple will reach $17.5 billion iWatch sales over the first year of release, showing a better performance than iPad with $12 billion in the launch year. Such optimistic forecast bases on the belief that iWatch will become an additional accessory for any iOS user rather than positioning itself as a completely new product.
Apple is Working on New Methods of Charging its iPhones, iPods and iWatch
According to the latest New York Times report, the company from Cupertino is currently working on new methods of charging its iPhones, iPods and the widely rumored iWatch. This methods, if to believe Apple’s former employee, include solar and wireless charging.
Humor: so iPhone 5S really looks like iPad Mini? [Video]
Here is one more Jimmy Kimmel's iPhone 5S experiment. He actually gave people on the street an iPad Mini, but told them that it's a brand new iPhone 5S. Let's watch the reaction:
Larry Ellison speaks of Apple without Steve Jobs [Video]
Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle has recently given an interview to CBS's Charlie Rose. It is well known that Larry was a close friend of Steve Jobs, so the main topic of the dialog was what he believes Apple without Steve Jobs will look like.
“Well, we already know,” Ellison told Rose. “We saw we conducted the experiment. I mean, it’s been done. We saw Apple with Steve Jobs. We saw Apple without Steve Jobs. We saw Apple with Steve Jobs. Now, we’re gonna see Apple without Steve Jobs.”
The events Ellison is talking about refer to the year 1985 when Steve Jobs was sacked by the Apple board. The Californian company went through many difficulties and had t struggle for further development. Later, Steve Jobs joined the company again CEO. As a result, such well-known products were launched as the iPod, iPhone and iPad, the ones that gave Apple world-wide recognition and generous revenues.
Nowadays, Apple is lead by Steve Jobs' hand picked successors - Tim Cook and the rest of the executive team (Jony Ive, Eddy Cue, etc). However, Ellison guesses that the sad history of Apple without Steve Jobs may be repeated.
Apple is working on "smart" glass-wrapped wathces
Nick Bilton shares information with The New York Times that Apple is "experimenting" with a glass-wrapped smart watches, "according to people familiar with the company's explorations." The article notes that Corning has developed a special glass which can be used on the owner's wrist due to its curving.
Intel To Launch Set Top Box And Cable TV Service At CES 2013
Weekend Sales from Gameloft, Sega, Namco, Tin Man Games and Gamerizon
Here is what's on sale from Gameloft, Sega, Namco, Tin Man Games and Gamerizon. Take a look at these 77 games that are on sale this time:
iPad mini is more strongest than Nexus 7 and 3-rd generation iPad
An informal test of strength performed by the third-party warranty firm showed that despite the extremely slim body, the new iPad mini is stronger than the Google Nexus 7 and the third-generation iPad.
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Cut the Rope: Experiments is Free today
Popular game Cut the Rope: Experiments for iPhone and iPod Touch is Free today (regular price is $0.99). The HD version for iPad - Cut the Rope: Experiments HD, is on sale too, for Free (regular price is $1.99). The sale is for a limited time, so hurry up
You can download these games in AppStore. Here are the links:
Thermal test of iPad's A5X chip shows operating temperature of 97 degrees
Yesterday we reported that the new iPad is running warmer that its predecessor. Repair Labs has conducted their own analysis and found that the A5X chip in the new device runs as much as 16 degrees Fahrenheit (about 9.5 degrees Celsius) warmer than the A5 chip in the iPad 2.
According to a series of tests conducted by Repair Labs, the A5X chip registered temperatures up to 36 degrees celsius (96.8 degrees Fahrenheit), compared to A5 readings of 27 degrees C (80.6 degrees F). The experiment involved opening up the tablets in order to directly measure the temperatures of the chips.