It's only a matter of time before Apple releases a MacBook Pro with an integrated touchscreen, and it could look something like the design above. This laptop would utilize Apple's Taptic Engine system to give the user the feel of physical buttons, even the scroll wheel and / or sliders. It keeps the touch bar for quick access shortcuts and function keys. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
The crew at DBS Designing Team have unveiled yet another new iPhone 8 concept, one that draws inspiration from the Galaxy S8 Plus, complete with a wraparound 5.5-inch Quad HD display. This waterproof smartphone also offers wireless charging, dual rear cameras, and a fingerprint scanner integrated directly under the display. Continue reading for another video of what could possibly be the final iPhone 8 design, and more information.
Always wanted to transform your iPhone into a miniature Macintosh computer of sorts? If so, then the Elago M4 stand should do the trick. It's compatible with the iPhone 6, 6s, and 7 models, and the small accessory securely holds the smartphone in place. There are several openings that allow easy access to the volume bar, and a slot for the charging cable. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Curved/Labs unveils a new Mac Pro that boasts a modular design, making it easy to switch out graphics cards, memory, and more. Simply flip open the side doors, and you'll see slots for full-sized graphics cards, hard drives, SSD drives, and even one for a CPU replacement. Up front, you'll find an SD card reader, along with a Touchbar. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
You may have seen the "Hover Passport Camera Drone" before, but now, it's officially available through Apple Stores nationwide and online. Its autonomous camera automatically follows you, and can take 13-megapixel pictures that are directly sent to your mobile devices or streaming live video. Artificial Intelligence and facial recognition technology keep you in focus, ensuring that you're never out of the frame. Continue reading for a hands-on video test, more pictures and information.
Concept Creator is back at it again, and this time, the smartphone fanatic has created an unofficial iPhone Edition intro video, complete with voiceover. This version sports a 5.7 inch True Tone OLED display with integrated Touch ID sensor, up to 256GB of storage, and dual 12-megapixel cameras that offer OIS as well as 960 FPS video shooting. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Raspberry Pi isn't just for building mini computers and portable game consoles, but tiny Macintosh computers as well. Berlin-based programmer Jannis Hermanns decided to use the bricks to create a functional vintage Apple Macintosh. It's basically a 2.7" E-paper display linked to a Raspberry Pi Zero board, complete with a WiFi USB dongle. Now if Hermanns were to connect this to a standard display, it could possibly run many other programs, such as arcade emulators, but for now it appears to just run the classic Mac OS. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
We know that this year's new iPhone will be celebrating the handset's 10th anniversary, so wouldn't it be fitting if Apple released one that draws inspiration from their first-generation handset? This concept by none other than digital artist Martin Hajek most certainly fits the bill, complete with a two-tone chassis. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Rather than incorporate a full touchscreen display into the next-generation MacBook, you may soon be able to directly dock the iPhone into a laptop. "The present application describes various embodiments of systems and methods for providing internal components for portable computing devices having a thin profile. More particularly, the present application describes an electronic accessory device available to extend and expand usefulness of a portable computing device," said Apple product designer Brett W. Degner. Continue reading for a full render of the docked device.
Budapest-based product designer Gabor Balogh doesn't know if the next-generation handset from Apple will be called the iPhone 8, iPhone X, or just iPhone, but one thing's for sure, there is going to be an all-new display. This latest concept shows just how apps would interact with an edge-to-edge screen. To start, it boasts a dynamic background that changes based on whatever the camera is pointed at, which means Siri would be able to recognize landmarks and locations around you to tell you what you need to know. Continue reading for more pictures and information.