Another day, another iPhone 7 leak, and this time, we get several new shots, along with a video, of the alleged upcoming 4.7" handset. As you may have recently seen, there's a larger rear camera, single-line antenna lines that run along the top / bottom edges, as well as iPhone branding on the back. It will most likely be released in Silver, Space Gray, Gold and Rose Gold colors. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
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.
New iPhone 7 photos have emerged from a source in China, and it reportedly shows a larger CMOS lens hole on the standard 4.7-inch model. The next-generation "Plus" model will reportedly have dual cameras, and possibly larger lenses as well. You can also expect a faster A10 CPU and a larger battery in both models. Continue reading for a picture of the new headphone jack-less chassis.
Celal Goger, a 42-year-old mobile phone repairman from the Turkish town of Bismil, Diyarbakır province, has created a special mobile display that can only be seen with special privacy glasses. He programmed a small chip to turn the display on an iPhone, iPad, etc. completely white, while another chip that is mounted on any pair of glasses and connects via Blutooth, to unmask the content. Click here to view the first image in this week's things that look like other things gallery. Continue reading for a viral drone footage showing the devastating power of flood waters.
Programmer Nick Lee, known for putting Windows 95 on an Apple Watch, unveils his latest project: a 3D-printed iPhone case that lets you run a fully-operational version of Android on an iPhone. First, he cloned the Android Open Source Project (AOSP) to make a custom Android Marshmallow build to run on a board he purchased. He then 3D printed an iPhone-sized enclosure, and proceeded to install the board, battery, resistor, along with a boost converter to make the lightweight case you see above. That's not all, HDMI, USB ports, and an SD card slot was added to finish things off. 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 crazy drone racing battle.
Another year, another iPhone prototype surfaces on eBay. This time, it's an iPhone 6 prototype running Apple's 'SwitchBoard' software, which is used by testers, and disables the calling as well as camera functions. Plus, it has the rare red lightning connector, only found on test units. "I bought this item from a friend of mine, it is a iPhone 6 prototype, it has no FCC logos, Serial Number or Imei. From what I know it runs a debugging OS called SwitchBoard and features a red lightning dock port with a serial number of C39NW00KG876," said the seller. Unfortunately, once bidding reached $53,000, the listing was taken down by the auction site. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Camera cases are nothing new, but Pictar is basically a grip that aims to make adjusting zoom, ISO, shutter speed, and focus a breeze. Featuring a dual-stage shutter release for that SLR-look, manual wheels for exposure compensation / zoom / ISO / shutter speed, a toggle for the front-facing camera, a strap, a cold shoe for external accessories (mics/flashes), and even a standard tripod mount. Continue reading for a hands-on video preview, more information and the Kickstarter page.
Always wanted to get a tattoo, but afraid that the artist might mess it up? If so, then Ink Hunter is just the app you need. This piece of mobile software digitally projects tattoos on your body using augmented reality and your smartphone's camera. Simply upload a design, select what portion you want it projected on, and then apply it in real time with full customization options - color, size, angle, etc. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny school pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone putting their iPhone 6S into an expanding foam ball.
"This is the most powerful 4-inch phone ever," said Greg Joswiak, vice president for Apple's product marketing, today at the press event. In addition to being priced from $399 (16GB), it has the same CPU and 12-megapixel camera as the iPhone 6S, this handset will launch with iOS 9.3. Pre-orders begin on March 24th, with the SE hitting stores on March 31. Click here for hands-on images of the SE. Continue reading for another hands-on video.