Justin Bieber was spotted cuddled up with his fiancée Hailey Baldwin while wearing a Fear Of God x New Era hat on his head. He was also carrying an Apple iPhone.CONTINUE
Apple introduced their newest iPhone 7, which feature better water resistance, an improved 12-megapixel camera, a 64-bit four-core A10 Fusion processor, stereo speakers, and new home button design with a force-sensitive taptic engine home button. However, the biggest surprise of the event was the removal of a headphone jack, and the introduction of new wireless AirPod earphones that last 5 hours before recharge, which are set to be available late October for $159. Apple also unveiled the next generation of the Apple Watch, which they’ve dubbed Series 2.
Pre-orders start Friday September 9th and the devices are available for purchase in more than 25 countries from September 16. As far as the price goes, the iPhone 7 starts at $649 and the iPhone 7 Plus starts at $769, both available in 32GB/128GB/256GB storage spaces.CONTINUE
Another year, another iPhone. Apple just announced they’re latest and greatest iPhone 5, which looks similar to the 4S of last year, but is taller with a larger 4 inch display, has a metal back, and is touted as the thinnest smartphone ever made. The iPhone 5 boasts a host of new hardware and software features such as the iOS 6 operating system, an 8-megapixel back camera FaceTime HD front camera, LTE, the Apple A6 chip, and new lightning connector. It’s available in black and white and priced at $199 for 16GB, $299 for 32GB, and $399 for 64GB on a 2 year contract. You’ll be able to get your hands on the new iPhone 5 on September 21st, however pre-orders start on September 14th. Apple also introduced a new iPod Touch ($299/32GB, $399/64GB), iPod Nano ($149/16GB ), iTunes 11, and new EarPods headphones. Are you buying the new iPhone 5?CONTINUE
Rapper 2 Chainz released a visual for his club anthem “Riot” off his T.R.U REALigion mixtape. In the video he was spotted toying around with the Native Union Pop Phone ($35). This classic/contemporary style phone was designed by the French designer David Turpin. It features a high quality speaker and microphone that can be used with all mobile phones, computers, and tablets. Check them out for purchase at RSVPGallery. See video and pics belowCONTINUE
This $3.2 million iPhone 3GS Supreme, which is being described as the most expensive phone on the planet, was created by Stuart Hughes for an anonymous Australian businessman. Although it took 10 months to complete, you may be wondering what kind of magic this iPhone 3GS possesses for it to have a $3.2 million price tag. The phone features 271 grams of 22ct solid yellow gold, 68ct of 168 F-color diamonds, a solid gold Apple logo adorned with 53 1ct diamonds, and a single 7.1 ct diamond home button. Also, the Supreme is packaged in a 7kg Kashmir gold granite chest box, which is lined with Nubuck top grain leather. Apple’s iPhone has grown in popularity to become one of the most sought after phones of our time, so I’m not surprised the filthy rich are making customized request to fit their upscale lifestyle.CONTINUE
Ever since the first iPhone was introduced back in 2007 there was a silent “coup d’état” where Apple claimed the top spot over all the other smartphone devices as the new leader. Apple basically revolutionized the smartphone industry for two major reasons- the iPhone had a sleek sexy hardware design and the software created an intuitive experience unmatched by any other smartphone interface of its time. One company after another released iPhone competitors each being toted as the “iPhone killer” however weeks after the phones release, that new device was slain by the almighty iPhone into obscurity.
However early January 2009 the financially struggling smartphone company, Palm, introduced a device that had an eerily “iPhone like” interface which was uncontrollably being branded by the media as the new iPhone competitor or “iPhone Killer”. Yet this claim had some legitimacy because this smartphone was much different from the others which had tried and failed, that is it had one or more of the characteristics that made the iPhone a major success and even added some impressive features of its own such as multi-tasking and Palm Synergy. These major similarities between the iPhone and the Pre could easily be explained because Palm had an ex-Apple guy running the entire show.
Months and weeks leading up to the Pre’s release the hype just kept building and building until finally the Pre was released this past Saturday. In order to keep the match as fair as possible, as many rumors rightly indicated, Apple released their newest iPhone model “3G S” at their WWDC Developers Conference today. The iPhone 3G S has the same overall design as the previous 3G model however it features a 3 mega-pixel auto focus camera, video capture support with video editing, digital compass, voice controls, faster processor, more battery time, faster wireless technologies, fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating and the iPhone 3.0 software.
The iPhone 3GS is set to be released on June 19th for $199 16GB/ $299 32GB with a 2 year contract. As of today the 8Gb iPhone 3G will be sold fo $99 and the promised 3.0 upgrade will be available on June 17th for previous iPhone and iPod Touch owners. This new iPhone model somewhat evens the score setting up a gadget match off like no other just as the many matches before – iPhone vs Instinct, iPhone vs BlackBerry Storm, iPhone vs G1. However the Pre could possibly be a real competitor unlike the others but I personally believe that the Pre is lacking in hardware design. With that being said which phone do you think will emerge as the winner in the latest hyped tech wars The Apple iPhone 3G S or the Palm Pre?
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It seems that Porsche, known for their luxury sportscars, has also jumped into the touchscreen smartphone business contending with the iPhone, G1, Plam Pre, Instinct and all the other touchscreen phones that have sprung up within the last few years. The Porsche Design Group which is a subsidiary of the Porsche AG has debuted the P’9522 smartphone. To be honest I didn’t even know about this phone and it’s been out since last year, I guess no one paid it any attention. Enclosed in a solid aluminum case with a scratch-resistant touchscreen glass OLED High resolution display and includes features such as a sensitive fingerprint recognition security system, quad band antennas, 5 mega-pixel video camera with flash,wifi, stereo mp3 player and GPS.
The P’9522 is now available with a price tag of $756. 2 questions come to mind: Is this phone truly worth the price compared to other touchscreen phones? Will this phone attract attention to create a buzz big enough to stand up to phones like the iPhone? My answers to both of these questions is “NO” but I could be wrong. One things for sure, in order to take on the competition this phone better have a operating system and browser interface that’s flawless.
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