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A new video was uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday that compares the touch screen digitizer and rear casing of a would-be iPad 5 with the current iPad 4. The parts shown in the video look just like those from the leaked photos published before and prove that the next generation iPad will get the design, which is nearly identical to the one iPad mini has.
Can’t wait to see the new lower cost iPhone 5C? Now you have such an opportunity as there’s a new video posted on a Chinese website that shows a working device very similar to the Apple’s new smartphone. Yes, it is of poor quality, however, you can still see the shape of the gadget and that it is fully functional.
A new video has recently been posted comparing the gold iPhone 5S to the iPhone 5.
Macmixing has published a video which shows the device comparison to the plastic low-cost iPhone 5C. Although many sources have confirmed that Apple will be releasing iPhone 5S in gold, it is rumored that the device may be available in grey as well.
Microsoft has posted a new video on its Windows Phone
Here’s the description of the clip:
A kids's play is one of those times when you want to get the perfect shot. But most phones aren't capable of capturing quality photos at a distance. Even if it's just a few rows back. With the Windows Phone Nokia Lumia 1020 you get 41 megapixels so every seat is the best seat in the house.
You may watch the ad below. What do you think about it?
The leak of iPhone 5C parts seems endless, now it is a new video, showing in detail the back housing of the device in yellow.
Sonny Dickson, the one who shared the video said, "We’ve gotten our hands on something a little more interesting: A detailed hands-on video showing a yellow iPhone 5C back housing! Not only does this further drive home the idea that the 5C will come in multiple colors – it also adds to the already vast amount of confirmation about the device’s design."
Apple is expected to release the rumored low cost iPhone next month, most likely on September 10th.
There’s a new video posted by Mac Otakara that shows the front and back panels of the rumored lower cost iPhone 5C. This is by the way the first video ever where we can see the front panel of the would-be device.
Let’s get to the video. In the short clip the two leaked details are compared with the iPhone 5. Well, nothing unusual here. As to the back shell, it looks just the same as the panels leaked before, however, the legal notices that were spotted earlier this week are missing.
Anyway, the video also shows us the front panel. It seems that the lower cost iPhone would get the same bunch of sensors and a front facing camera - just like his “older brother” iPhone 5.
Well, that’s all I can say. Enjoy the video below!
If you often have to search for something on your smartphone, then FindIt is the app you need. It lets you look for people, emails and various files stored either on your device, or on Gmail, Google Drive and Dropbox accounts.
Michael Kukielka (the DetroitBorg) has made a new video comparing a leaked back shell of a would-be plastic iPhone with the older versions of Apple smartphones as well as with iPod touch.
Apple has posted a new video ad entitled 'Designed By Apple: Intention' for viewing.
Here, simple phrases paired with elegant visuals describe the thoughts and emotions that go into creating each Apple product.
Take a look below:
Apple posted new video ad about iPhone 5. It is called "Music Every Day".
Every day, more people enjoy their music on the iPhone than any other phone.
This ad is the second in the 'Every Day' series. The first was entitled 'Photos Every Day'.
A new video from MSNBC claims President Barack Obama had some difficulty using the iPhone to place a call.
A reporter on the scene said President Obama appeared to be befuddled by an iPhone and couldn't place a call at first. In his own defense, Obama reminded everyone he was a Blackberry owner. NBC's Brian Williams reports.
Hacker pod2g is currently busy working on iOS 5.0.1 untethered jailbreak. He has recently posted an interesting update:
The jailbreak is near ready for prime time (excluding 4S and iPad 2).
For now the jailbreak is tested on all devices, including iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad 1, iPod Touch 3G and iPod Touch 4G. iPad 2 and iPhone 4S status is "work in progress".
Apple executives met with executives from media companies to discuss "their vision for the future of TV," according to The Wall Street Journal. The main aim of Apple was to discuss how users could access content "across phones, tablets and TVs," how Apple would stream content to users in new ways, allowing them to continue watching video across multiple devices like a TV, tablet and smartphone.
"The TV device Apple is working on would use a version of Apple's wireless-streaming technology AirPlay to allow users to control it from iPhones and iPads, according to people briefed on the matter," the report said. "When the company plans to start selling such a device and whether it would receive traditional broadcast or cable signals remains unclear, said these people, who say Apple may change its plans."
Apple is reportedly to have worked on would integrate DVR storage into its existing iCloud service that allows users to watch shows they have bought or recorded on multiple devices.
"The company has also talked to television-service providers about teaming up on new video services for Apple devices, according to people familiar with the matter," the report said. "It has also broached the idea of licensing content directly from media companies for some sort of subscription-TV service, resembling the packages now offered by cable operators, but the talks have been 'exploratory,' according to people familiar with the matter."
Apple TV is said to be launched on the middle of 2012, but some analysts believe that Apple will announce it in late 2012 for an early 2013 sale. We also reported that Apple TV could arrive in three sizes, including 32 inches and 55 inches.
According to blogger iMarck90, Mac OS X Lion's iChat app supports Yahoo Messenger and can transfer text, voice and video chat over Yahoo's IM protocol.
When iChat was introduced by Apple, it was an instant messenger client for proprietary chat protocol of AOL. Later it got a Jabber/XMPP support.
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Along with new architectural features new version of Mac OS X also sports new look for the iCal, Mail and Finder, and some other applications look slightly different due to adoption of design elements implemented in the iPad. AppleInsider received the screenshots of new Lion's interface, and we're posting them below.
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