The ramp up to the next iPhone always appears to draw more near more quickly each year. Although noone that we know has had the pleasure of laying eyes on the next iPhone, Pandev has seen the likes of it via an iPhone identifier never before gazed upon. For example, when the iPhone 3GS was being field tested an identifier of iPhone2,1 was seen in October 2008. This time Pandev has seen the iPhone3,1 identifier pop up since November of 2009. Pinchmedia provides anaRead More
For the ultimate in viewing pleasure a large flat screen is no longer enough. The once concept Ostendo monitor is now available for all to purchase. The monitor does away with the need of three different displays and instead brings a seamless curved representation of what once was flat and seperate. The quad DLP display puts out a quality 2880 x 900 resolution followed with a high quality price tag. If you’ve got to have the display you will have to dish out a whopping $6499. The company has actually been selling these displays since August to SimulationRead More
As of yesterday Apple has made available sessions from the World Wide Developers Conference for your viewing pleasure. If you were unable to attend in June, you can now catch up on all you missed. The one downside to all the WWDC goodness is the price is about the same as attending the conference in person. Each session with run you a slim $299- $499 of your hard earned income. This could be of value you to you thought if you are in fact a developer.
Every time some new and notable piece of gadget comes out you can bet someone will take it apart for all to see. iFixit has taken apart the iPhone 3GS for our viewing pleasure and displayed it in a setp-by-step process for all to see. Check out the full teardown [Here]Read More
Once again, when Apple releases a new products, iFixit is there to take it apart for all of our curious viewing pleasure. Their three page disassembly instructions detail the innards of all that is the new iMac. Definitely worth checking out and to come back to for reference once your Applecare expires and you should be in need.
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