We all love and admire the iPhone 5s camera, but just how good is it? Well, apparently its good enough for Bentley to be shooting ads with it.
The latest ad from Bentley showcases the beautiful Bentley Mulsanne in all its glory, and it was shot with an iPhone 5s. In fact, the whole short film was made on iOS devices. The video was taken with an iPhone 5s and edited on an iPad Air. Check it out:
The popular photography app, 500px, has just been updated for IOS, bringing an improved interface for uploading photos. The latest version of 500px now allows users to upload multiple images at the same time. Head inside for the full rundown of the app:
The folks over at Nowhereelse.fr have gotten their hands on photos of what appears to be a case for the 5.5-inch iPhone 6. This is actually the first leak we have seen of the rumored 5.5-inch iPhone 6, with most of the other leaks and reports focusing on the 4.7-inch iPhone 6.
It’s always sad to see a perfectly fine gadget go to waste, especially when the device we’re talking about is a brand new Apple iMac. But, in the case of RatedRR’s latest video, the destruction of an iMac with a 20mm anti-tank rifle is actually pretty entertaining.
“The Lahti L-39 is a Finnish 20mm anti-tank rifle used during the second world war. It had excellent accuracy, penetration and range, but its size made transportation difficult. The rifle is a semi-automatic, gas operated weapon with the piston located beneath the barrel and ammunition feed from detachable top-mounted magazine with bottom ejection for the spent cartridges. To reduce recoil, the rifle is equipped with a five hole muzzle brake and a padded leather recoil pad.”
Check it out:
Our friends over at 9to5Mac have posted an awesome video showing off gold and space gray iPhone 6 mockups next to the current iPhone 5s and iPod Touch models.
Sonny Dickson, who has a decent track record when it comes to Apple leaks, was able to get his hands on these iPhone 6 mock ups and sent them over to Dom Esposito of 9to5 for a cool video overview. Head inside to check it out:
Microsoft announced last month on April 3rd that the popular Microsoft Office app for the iPad had been downloaded over 12 million times only one week after its launch. Now, it appears that the Office app has crossed another very impressive milestone: 27 million downloads.
General manager Julia White announced the news today during a keynote at the TechEd customer conference in Houston, Texas.
If you haven’t already, head over to the App Store to check out Microsoft Office on the iPad.
Facebook has just pulled its Camera and Poke apps from the App Store after not reaching the success they had hoped for the two apps. Facebook has also pretty much integrated both apps into its main iOS client; so the two outdated programs were bound to be killed off eventually.
Both the Camera and Poke apps first debuted back in 2012, with Poke being Facebook’s answer to the mega-popular Snapchat app. However, after Facebook acquired Instagram, support for Poke stopped almost immediately.
There are currently only 4 apps made by Facebook on the App Store: Facebook, Messenger, Pages, and Paper.
New images have surfaced on the Chinese WeiFeng network of what appear to be schematics of the next generation iPhone. The images are allegedly directly from Apple’s supply chain and are said to be the official design of the iPhone 6.