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.
Photographer Charlie Davoli doesn't rely on powerful editing software to create photos that blend reality and fantasy, but rather just an iPhone. "When I walk down the street, I shoot anything that catches my attention, creating an immense archive of photos. The creation of a new dreamscape happens at a later stage in the concept: thanks to my pool of images, the editing process is then almost immediate through the use of iPhone apps like PsTouch, iDesign, Superimpose, MatterApp e Mextures," said Davoli. Continue reading to see more of his amazing work.
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.
Designer Marek Weidlich shows us what he believes is one possible concept for Apple's upcoming iPhone 7 next year, and his vision simplifies things by turning it into a single touchscreen. "I focused on simple design language which is very important for Apple. I designed a curved display without a bezel, and equipped with a software home button. The back rounded body is designed in an aluminium material supplemented with a plastic strip for better holding. These strips can also be swapped for different designs, allowing users to customize their handsets," said Weidlich. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video on how to reuse those extended-reach disposable lighters.
The iPhone 6S was just released, but Apple fanatics are already hard at work coming up with designs for the iPhone 7, slated to be announced in 2016. This one, by Dusan Djokic, features a OnePlus One-inspired design, and a bizarre dual camera setup on the back, with one located near the charging port. Instead of the usual single color metal design on the sides and back, it boasts a shiny silver bezel. Continue reading for more pictures.
Fuse Chicken's Titan is no ordinary Lightning cable, it's an industrial-grade cable wrapped in not one, but two layers of flexible, high-strength steel. The Lightning and USB connectors on TITAN are permanently sealed with a one-piece housing fused directly over the electronics and metal cabling. Get one here now. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and additional information.
Apple fans rejoice! The iPhone 6S ($649) and iPhone 6S Plus ($749) are here. The most notable new feature is 3D Touch, which basically senses how deeply you press the display, giving you real-time feedback in the form of subtle taps from the all-new Taptic Engine. There's also a new 12MP iSight camera that takes brilliant 4K video, along with a 5-megapixel FaceTime HD camera. Apple's 64-bit A9 chip delivers performance once found only in desktop computers - up to 70 percent faster CPU performance, and up to 90 percent faster GPU performance for all your favorite graphics-intensive games and apps. Even the phones' casing has been upgraded to aerospace-grade 7000 series aluminum. Continue reading for a video preview, hands-on images and additional information.
You'd think that losing your phone in the river means it's probably gone forever, but for Nathan Buhler, that wasn't the case. The story began when Buhler accidentally dropped his phone into the Bow River in Alberta, Canada on August 2nd, but two weeks later, pictures of the handset began appearing on his Facebook timeline. Turns out firefighters at Calgary's Station 1 retrieved the handset and gave it a new name, "Hector Sanchez". "The crew decided to use the unlocked phone's Facebook account. They hoped that by posting on Nathan Buhler's, the owner's, Facebook page, his friends and family would let him know that his phone had been found and that he could pick it up at Station 1. Additional messages were posted on Nathan's page in the hopes he would be notified his phone had been found," said the City of Calgary. Continue reading for more pictures.
Cheero's Power Case is not only sleek and stylish, but it doubles your iPhone 6's battery capacity. Measuring 153mm x 17mm x 71mm and weighing in at 90g, this accessory barely adds any bulk to the handset, and it easily slides into your pocket. It's equipped with a genuine Lightning connector, so you won't have to worry about charging issues. Best of all, you can grab one for $35.99 shipped today, originally $79.99. Product page. Continue reading for our full review with hands-on pictures.