YouTuber TheFineBros has posted a hilarious video of kids trying to use an old Apple II computer.
Take a look at how today’s kids react to the famous computer from the 1970s:
Those of you looking to pick up some accessories for your iOS devices may want to jump on the limited Memorial Day sale by the folks over at ZAGG. The company is hosting a huge sale with 50% off of everything site-wide for Memorial Day.
The sale will only last for two days through Monday, May 26 and Tuesday, May 27. Head inside to see a list of some of the biggest deals from ZAGG:
Of all of the major music streaming services available today, Spotify is arguably the most popular one. It was one of the first companies to offer the type of streaming service where subscribers would have unlimited access to an entire catalogue of music for a monthly fee.
Today, the company announces that it has recently surpassed two impressive milestones. Spotify now has more then 10 million paying subscribers and over 40 million active users, with a reach of up to 56 different markets around the world.
Rumors of the next iPhone packing NFC flood the blogosphere every year, but we have yet to see any idevice include the technology. While nearly all of Apple’s competitors have been including NFC in their flagships for years, the Cupertino company has refused to do the same. Apple SVP Phil Schiller spoke on the matter back in 2012 stating, “It’s not clear that NFC is the solution to any current problem.” But once again, reports of NFC being included on idevices have surfaced ahead of the iPhone 6 launch.
With the next iPhone rumored to be sporting a 4.7-inch display, many concept designers and artists have been working on mock-ups to guess what the iPhone 6 will look like. We’ve seen a number of pretty impressive designs but thanks to some leaked schematics, we may have nailed the actual design of the upcoming idevice. The most recent reports and leaked pictures suggest that the iPhone 6 will indeed pack a 4.7-inch display, rounded edges, and a thinner profile.
So would what iOS look like on a larger iPhone? The folks over at 9to5Mac decided to put a Moto X running a simulated version of iOS inside an iPhone 6 dummy unit to see what it would look like. Head inside for the results:
The popular Kik Messenger app for iOS has just been updated to include a section for messages from new people. The new addition is definitely welcomed and makes managing your messages a much easier task. Here’s the full change log:
What's New In This Version:
Thanks for your feedback! This update has some big changes that will help you connect with friends on your terms:
• Easily manage your conversations with a separate section for messages from new people
• Pictures and content from new people are blurred until you choose to see them
• Block and report right from your conversation
• Sending stickers is easier and faster!
You can download Kik from the App Store now for free.
Famous iOS developer Sentry has posted a new vine teasing his latest jailbreak tweak, Apex 2. The upcoming tweak apparently allows users to group apps with different gestures.
Apex 2 pretty much eliminates the need to use folders on your iOS device. Instead, swiping on an app icon will reveal other apps grouped behind it. It’s definitely an interesting approach and we’re very excited to give it a try.
What do you think? Will you be giving Apex 2 a go when it’s released?
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: