Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook took the stage Wednesday to unveil an eagerly awaited revamping of the company’s flagship products, including the iPhone, iPod, iTunes—all the way down to its ubiquitous white earphones. So to celebrate the new iPhone 5 let's take a look back at how the Apple iPhone has evolved over the years. Enjoy.
A resurrected Steve Jobs returns as a holographic rapper to introduce the new iPhone 5 in this animated parody titled Steve Jobs: Resurrection. The animation features humorous allusions throughout and takes subtle jabs at previous iPhone models as well as Jobs’ successor Tim Cook. The animated video, directed by Aaron Simpson and written by Andy Ochiltree, features original music by Markaholic. Enjoy.
Mr. Tim Cook, I need you to do me a solid. From one man to a super CEO, I need you to pick up the phone and call NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. It's football season again! I’m excited! All the way up to the point where I realize I can’t watch my favorite football team and games whenever and however I want. I don’t understand it. MLB got it right and even dumb ass David Stern got it right in the NBA, but the National Football League can’t seem to do it. [See & Read More]
According to Chinese carrier China Unicom at Macworld Asia, the iPhone 5 will run on an HSPA+ network, offering an impressive max download speed of 21 mbps, up from the current max of 7.2 mbps.
4G LTE would’ve offered an ever bigger boost, but the technology probably won’t hit Apple products for a while given CEO Tim Cook’s statement against its adoption, citing compromised battery life as an inevitable consequence.
Steve Jobs has stepped down as CEO of Apple, Inc. the company he co-founded 35 years ago with childhood friend Steve Wozniak. Jobs, 56, survived a bout with pancreatic cancer in 2004, but has been on medical leave from the company since January 17 of this year. [Read More]
Range Rover Holland & Holland Edition Anna Morgan
Jan 3, 2015 9:48 am
Jaguar Land Rover has recently announced its new Special Vehicle Operations unit, which will work on high performance and bespoke versions of the flagship cars in the Jaguar and Land Rover collections. CarsLuxuryRead More