Moshi’s new SnapTo line of accessories lets you mount your iPhone just about anywhere, whether it be in the car or at home. There’s the SnapTo Car Mount with Wireless Charging, SnapTo Wall Mount and then the iGlaze Slim Hardshell Case for iPhone X/XS. For those who have purchased other Moshi iPhone cases and noticed the “SnapTo” tabs on the inside, these are for the magnetic tabs that come with both of the accessories mentioned above for secure magnetic mounting. Best of all, if you purchase both a SnapTo case and a SnapTo mount, you’ll receive $10 off. Read more for our full review of all the products.
Apple’s iMac G3 made its debut in August 1998 and is known for its gumdrop or egg-shaped look, with a CRT monitor, all enclosed in a colored, translucent plastic case, which was refreshed early on with a sleeker design notable for its slot-loaded optical drive. What if the iPhone was redesigned to look like the iMac G3? FuturePunk has answered that question with these interesting renders. Read more for a video showing one modeled after the Macintosh.
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About 2-months ago on May 16th a brazen phone thief stole an iPhone and then proceeded to post a bizarre selfie to the victim’s Instagram account. Police in New Jersey are currently searching for the thief, and have turned to social media in hopes someone recognizes the person who is still on the loose. “The Kearny Police Detective Bureau is turning to our facebook community for assistance in identifying a person of interest in the attached photograph,” said a representative. Read more for a news report video and additional information.
The Apple iPhone XI is expected to officially be unveiled during the company’s September 2019 press conference, but allegedly, some models are already being leaked, including this XI Max design. It may feature a smaller display notch display, a redesigned silence button, a Lightning port instead of USB-C, and a triple rear camera setup in a square housing. Read more for a hands-on video and additional information.
Apple has joined in on the 2019 Cricket World Cup fever, currently going on in England and Wales, with a brand new “Shot on iPhone XS” advert. This 38 second clip features groups of people playing cricket on a traditional field, beach, and there’s even a pick up game going on in an alley, with music from the Dreadlock Holiday, by 10cc. chorus. “It’s the spirit of India, captured in a game, a love story that spans more than a billion hearts. Come, celebrate cricket the way India does,” said Apple. Read more for the video and additional information.
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Apple’s new iPhone software will not be released until later this year, but those who have enrolled in the company’s beta program can try it out early, starting today. Available to developers since early June, iOS 13 public beta introduces several new features, such as Dark Mode, “Sign in with Apple” for signing into apps as well as websites, and critical updates to pre-installed apps (Messages, Maps, and Reminders). Read more for another hands-on preview video and the link to sign up for the beta program.
Now that the Samsung Galaxy Fold is delayed due to its display issues, future models probably won’t be making the same mistakes, and that includes a folding iPhone if Apple were to ever make one. This concept ditches the notch for an under-display, front-facing camera (s) and its 6.5 inch Super Retina display doubles as a speaker/receiver using piezoelectric technology to boot. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
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Designer Álvaro Pabesio envisions what Apple’s next mobile operating system could look like on the company’s next-generation iPhones and iPads. The iOS 13 concept features a desktop extension for Mac / iPad, Reminders, a revamped Messages system, Mail, Reminders, a new volume HUD, Dark Mode, and lots more. “iOS 13 brings amazing new features to your devices. A completely reimagined iPad experience. An even better Continuity. Dark Mode. And stunning redesigns to the apps you love most,” said Pabesio. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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It’s not unusual to see a flock of birds while driving or as a passenger in a moving vehicle, but have you ever wondered what they would look like if filmed with a camera / smartphone in slow-motion? If so, then wonder no more, as Davi Junior from Brazil decided to find out using his iPhone from inside a moving car. As you can see from the screenshots above, they birds seem to be frozen in time. Read more for the clip and additional information.
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Analysts report that TSMC will ramp production in June for Apple’s next-generation A13 chip, which is set to be used in the three iPhone models that will be revealed in September. It uses the chip manufacturer’s second-generation 7nm process, and the first to use extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography. Next year, the rumored A14 will most likely be paired with a Qualcomm Snapdragon X55 modem for 5G connectivity. Read more for a video and additional information.