The idea of a full screen, bezelless iPhone has been thrown around a few times, but very few designers have come up with a plausible concept, that is unless...you're talking about Herman Haidin's design. Featuring a 5-inch front display, liquid metal chassis, 16.0-megapixel rear camera, and to top it off, another 5-inch display in the back, so notifications don't clutter up your home screen. Continue reading for more pictures.
Apple's iPhone 7 Plus will most likely have two rear cameras, thanks to the company's acquisition of LinX - an Israel-based startup that was developing DSLR-quality, multi-camera modules - back in April 2015. The standard iPhone 7 will boast a one iSight camera, while the larger iPhone 7 Plus is going to be offered in 2 versions: single camera and dual-camera. These cameras will sport 12-megapixel sensors, with one dedicated to a wide-angle view, and the other, being a 2x-3x telephoto lens. Continue reading for more pictures of the sensors and information.
You've seen the 4" 6C / 5 SE, now check out what the iPhone 7 might look like, without a headphone jack. That's right, it's rumored that Apple's next-generation handset will be 10% thinner, and use the Lightning connector instead for audio output - meaning you'll have to purchase all new wired headphones, or just use Bluetooth models. However, a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter will most likely be released, and be priced upwards of $20. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates and things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing just how insane professional R/C car racing really is.
Here's a first look at the upcoming iPhone 6C / 7C / Mini that should be announced at Apple's press event in September. This engineering sample from iPhone maker Foxconn is allegedly a "4-inch iPhone 2016 model design, [which has a] similar design like [the] iPhone 6S, but smaller." The company has been rumored to be working on a smaller model, and this would fall right in line with the rumors. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the Star Wars Force Awakens opening as an anime.
Released in 1993 at the retail price of $2,907 ($3,444 today), the Macintosh TV was Apple Computer's first attempt at computer-television integration. It shared the external appearance of the Macintosh LC 500 series, but in black. The Macintosh TV was essentially a Performa 520 that could switch its built-in 14" Sony Trinitron CRT from being a computer display to a cable-ready television. It was incapable of showing television in a desktop window, although it could capture still frames to PICT files. It came with a small credit card-sized remote control that was also compatible with Sony televisions. It was the first Macintosh to be made in black and came with a custom black keyboard and mouse. Only 10,000 were made in the model's short time on the market. Continue reading for more.
Many are predicting that Apple will either build their own electric car, or buy out Tesla, but either way, these images show what the interior most certainly will not look like. Starting off, we have a touchscreen center console with far too much going on, including multiple displays and even a "Slide to Start" car function. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Martin Hajek envisions what he thinks the Apple 3D printer would look like. Called the "iPrinter", this machine boasts a top-mounted iPad Mini that's connected to a 3D printing store, which allows users to purchase models, such as BB-8 from Star Wars or the Eiffel Tower. A removable resin tank ensures that you'll easily be able to swap things out when printing material is running low. Continue reading for more detailed shots. Click here for a few bonus images.
First unveiled in 1983, the Apple Bashful was a tablet computer far ahead of its time. This prototype, along with the others you're about to see, were all created by Frog Design Inc., which is a global design and innovation firm founded in 1969 by industrial designer Hartmut Esslinger in Mutlangen, Germany as "esslinger design". Their first designs for computer manufacturers were for proprietary systems by CTM (Computertechnik Muller) in 1970 and Diehl Data Systems in 1979. More prominent are the designs for Apple Computer, starting with the case of the portable Apple IIc, introducing the Snow White design language used by Apple during 1984-90, and continuing with several Macintosh models. The firm designed Sun's SPARCstations in 1989 and the NeXT Computer in 1987. Continue reading for more.
While there hasn't been an official iPhone 7 announcement from Apple yet, we all know it's coming, and most likely before the end of 2016. Some people are already preparing their camp out supplies, while others, like Jermaine Smit, are already creating their own concepts. This one supposedly features a 4.7 inch Super AMOLED Full HD display, 16.0-megapixel camera, 2GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of storage. Continue reading for more examples of what the handset definitely will not look like.
Fans of the Apple IIe personal computer will appreciate the retro touches ColorWare applied on its limited edition, individually numbered iPhone 6S Retro handset. Unfortunately, style comes at a price, with the 16GB model priced at a whopping $1,599. "The glossy, rainbow Apple logo, the matte vanilla-colored exterior and faux vents harken back to the 1980s. The contrast of the sleek 21st century technology coupled with the old school look is a thrilling contradiction. Order one today," said ColorWare. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of "Snake" recreated in real-life.