The LEGO version is one thing, this custom-wrapped Porsche 911 GT3 RS, is another. This particular model from Australia started out as Viper Green, but was completely revamped to pay tribute to the iconic Apple Computers-sponsored Porsche 935 K3 that raced at the 1980 Le Mans 24hrs by Allan Moffat for Dick Barbour Racing. Fake scratches were added for added effect, and it definitely looks the part to say the least. Continue reading for more pictures and information. Click here for bonus images of the actual 1980 Porsche 935 K3.
TechRax has been known to destroy a few smartphones over the years, but his latest stunt may trump them all, as it took place at Dubai's Burj Kahlifa, the world's tallest building. "I'm going to go the 148th floor and frickin' drop test the iPhone 7 Plus. Security is 24/7 and I may not find this phone at all," said the vlogger. After the stunt, he tried tracking the device using "Find My iPhone", but apparently, it sustained enough damage to not register at all when pinged. Continue reading for another drop test video, but from a slightly less terrifying 1,000-feet, using a drone.
It's only a matter of time before Apple releases a touchscreen iMac, but this design gives us a first look at what it may look like. Available in both 21.5" or 27" sizes, the iMac Flow is essentially a giant iPad Pro, minus the ports, but with an integrated stand, which includes a built-in TouchID sensor for added security, and a sapphire glass display. continue reading for more pictures.
We already know that there's going to be a Glossy Jet Black iPhone 7, so why not matching AirPods to go with it? Apple may release a pair later down the line, but for now, graphic artist Martin Hajek provides us with some photo-realistic 3D renders to show just how sleek they could look. One caveat: they may be even tougher to find if you accidentally misplace them somewhere, especially in the car. Continue reading for more pictures.
The new iPhones may lack headphones jacks, but with Apple AirPods, they may soon be a distant memory. These wireless headphones boast an integrated Apple W1 chip to enable one-step connection with all your devices, while infrared sensors detect when they're in your ear. Voice accelerometers are also built-in to work in tandem with the stem-mounted microphones to reduce background noise when you're on a call. On a single charge, you can expect 5-hours of continuous playback, and up to 24 when used with the included compact wireless charging case. Continue reading for two hands-on videos and more information.
Designed by Ali Cam, this futuristic Apple Car concept is based on maglev (magnetic levitation) technology, which means that you won't find any wheels, batteries or engines, just magnets. That's not all, instead of door handles, occupants will enter via a simple Touch ID scan, and the interior is loaded with gesture-controlled Smart Glass technology. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Available in jet black, matte Black, silver, gold, and rose gold finishes, the Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are IP67 water / dust resistant, use a faster A10 processor, have solid-state home buttons with Taptic engine, stereo speakers, and lose the headphone. The former now features a 12-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization and a brighter f/1.8, six-element lens, while the Plus boasts a dual 12- megapixel camera system. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more information.
Imgur user "crunchybits" recently stumbled upon a neighborhood garage sale, and what he found was something you don't see everyday, even in fancy electronics stores. What is this goldmine exactly? Well, it includes a Power Macinstosh 7100/66AV, Apple Multiple Scan 15 monitor, software bundle, keyboard, and a few more goodies. Best of all, everything was in like new condition, used just a few times. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny autocorrect texts gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Pokemon Go players causing a stampede in Central Park, NYC over a Vaporeon.
Another day, another new iPhone 7 leak, and this time, it's a photo of the back. In addition to the larger camera, sources say that the base 4.7-inch model will be slightly shorter and thicker (7.15 mm vs. 7.1 mm). Another rumor points at IP68 waterproofing, enabling one to bring it surfing, swimming, etc., along with wireless charging capabilities. Continue reading for more pictures of the dimensions, and additional information.
Japanese news site Macotakara claims that Apple will discontinue its "Space Gray" color in favor of a new "Dark Blue" for the company's upcoming iPhone 7 / 7 Pro release. Martin Hajek has created a few renders showing what both models will look like in this shade, complete with dual cameras for the higher-end Pro. At least one of the models will allegedly sport dual speakers, and be compatible with Lightning cable headphones. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a passenger lap in the Bugatti Chiron.