News tagged ‘Steve Jobs’
Duncan Sinfield has posted a new flyover video showing Apple’s new campus called Apple Park. The short clip shows that the construction workers are planting trees, installing windows alongside the outside of the main building, and finalizing other buildings.
Matthew Roberts has shared a new drone video showing the progress on the construction site of Apple Park. The clip shows what has been done during the last couple of weeks.
Duncan Sinfield has posted a new video to YouTube letting us take a look at what’s happening inside Apple’s new headquarters when it gets darker. Apart from that, the short clip shows how the work is being carried out at the territory.
Matthew Roberts has shared a new video showing Apple’s new campus called Apple Park several weeks before the grand opening. The drone footage shows that the construction workers do their best to finish the headquarters as soon as possible.
A German auctioneer Team Breker will soon make the very first product created by Apple, the Apple-1 computer, available for purchase. The auction will take place in Cologne, Germany on May 20th. The computer is in fully working condition and comes will all documents and manuals, so the initial price is $320,000. The device belonged to a computer engineer from Berkeley, California.
Yet another video has been published on YouTube showing progress on the Apple Park construction site. This time the author of the clip is Duncan Sinfield. You can take a look at the aerial footage below.
If you are curious about how the ‘spaceship’ Apple campus also known as Apple Park looks like now, you can check out the new drone video shared by Matthew Roberts on YouTube. The short clip reveals that the headquarters is nearly finished and that the April grand opening is a real thing.
Apple has named its new campus "Apple Park". According to the latest
Seven years ago, Apple CEO unveiled the original iPad, marking a new milestone in the history of the company. The device was a success, even though there were no support for Flash, camera, or multitasking.
The iFixit team has decided to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the iPhone introduction in a rather special way. The company has taken all iPhone teardowns it performed over the last 10 years and posted them on their website in a single article.
Sonny Dickson has recently shared a video showing two early prototypes of the first-generation iPhone. Below you can take a look at the user interface of the two models and see how the iPhone could have looked like if Steve Jobs chose a different prototype.
10 years ago, on January 9th, 2007 Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the iPhone. The device combined a widescreen iPod for multimedia, a device for communication on the Internet, and a phone in one powerful piece of tech. Yesterday, Apple released a press-release to mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone lineup and commemorate Steve Jobs contribution to what many experts believe was a revolution in the tech world.
Although Apple has planned to keep their Project «Titan» in secret, everybody in media is now talking about whether or not the company should make its own electric car.
Nine years ago, Apple CEO Steve Jobs introduced a thing that changed the entire world. This thing was the iPhone. The big event took place on January 9th, 2007 at Macworld.
The original iPhone could feature a 3.5-inch touchscreen, 4GB, 8GB or 16GB of storage on board and a 2-megapixel camera and was a revolutionary device. Over 6 million iPhones of this generation were sold during the years of manufacture.
Since that time, many things have changed, but Apple’s iPhone still remains one of the most popular smartphones ever manufactured. Its design and functionality make this device the choice of millions of customers from all over the world.
Below you can take a look at the media event dedicated to the first-generation iPhone. Hope you’ll have a good time watching it!
It is Sunday today, so I assume you’re ready for our top-10 articles roundup. Most of the posts this week deal with the rumors about the hardware components for the next-generation iPhone as well as with the release of iOS 9.2 that contains a number of fixes for Apple Music, Mail and Safari and OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan with minor stability improvements to users worldwide. There’re also some other interesting articles, you can take a look below.