When we stumble across fantastic gems on the Internet, we become ecstatic to share them with our readers. After a YouTube browsing session led to the discovery of Bad Ads from Chris, a brilliant “prank show” that involves its ringleader Chris posting seemingly normal public ads only to turn them on their heads in the name of hilarity and ridiculous situations, we had to go a step further so we got in touch with Chris to do a prank with him – so fast forward to today, when the fruit of our brainstorming has culminated into a prank that is on the brink of becoming the next big viral hit revolving around iPhone 5.
As our concerns over the initial impressions that iPhone 5's black coating has a tendency to develop scratches quite quickly have went on to be reinforced by users after just days, we do wonder how much of a conscious decision to ship such an easily-marrable phone was by Apple. Certainly, Phill Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and a recognizable figure from recent keynotes, has taken inspiration from Steve Jobs to answer customer emails as he speaks out on the issue.
Apparently, Fox knows something about iPhone 5 that Apple did not feel compelled to announce. Either that or Fox was completely misinformed on the topic. We will go with the latter on this, as footage of "new" iPhone 5 features was broadcast using a mix of mockup video from months ago and an anchor having to go along with a script of features that are pulled out of the video's science fiction.
This actually does come as a surprise since iPhone 5 was largely reported, even by Apple, to have the same 8-megapixel camera on its rear as the 4S sports. There were some improvements noted, like a dynamic f-stop feature for better low-light performance and a sapphire lens cover added for increased durability, but that was where Apple's improvement list ended. Test results are in, and they are quite impressive for the one area of iPhone 5 that was not boasted about to be a major change.
Those lucky enough to snag first-day preorders, are you sure that tomorrow when your iPhone 5 is delivered, glistening in newness, that you want to break open the plastic seal and begin enjoying it at that very moment? That is, when somebody else that was not among the first to order at 3am could have it instead... for a steep premium that goes directly into your wallet.
Well folks, we may have another antennagate-esque situation on our hands, ironically so from a company that values intricate product design to the degree that Apple does. Stemming from observations in an early review of iPhone 5 comes worry over just how durable Cupertino’s latest-and-greatest is. This is shaping up to be story that does not look like it will have a very pretty ending.
As if two microphones were not enough, Apple has gone a step further with iPhone 5 to improve its mic system. Clearer audio and a wideband range of frequencies are just two features that the three-microphone setup brings to the mix. We have heard from a close source that had
After what was seemingly a plethora of brutal, painful months of anticipation, the much awaited iPhone 5 was finally announced by Apple CEO Tim Cook at the company's press conference yesterday. With a taller 4-inch display sporting a slightly higher resolution, support for 4G LTE networks, an improved A6 processor and more, the predecessor to last year's iPhone 4S is certainly a significant addition to Apple's expanding lineup of iPhone devices. What we want to know from our readers is whether the new features warrant a purchase.
Following iPhone 5′s introduction came another upgrade to the iOS lineup to a device that has been largely overlooked in the past year. iPod touch has been updated to suave specification that brings it more on par with the latest iPhone than it has in the past, on the same
Now that the rumor mill can stay quiet for a few hours as Apple has unearthed iPhone 5, keynote press are making their way over to the demo units that are on-hand for their first look at the next-generation of iPhone. With a glowing consensus provided by press thus far, Apple has been true to their word announcing features as each addition was deemed to be a noticeable nicety in the few minutes that have been spent so far, making going back to the iPhone 4S all the more difficult. Previews have highlighted the display, with the increase in size and vibrance being welcome additions. These critics observed a significant decrease in weight immediately, with zippier performance also apparent after just a few minutes.