Ron Cervi, the news and traffic reporter for KCBS (CBS San Francisco), has been taking aerial photos of Apple’s Campus 2 for a few months now. His latest photo shows the progress that has been made in the constructions since June. You can see how far the exterior walls have come along .
Getting a photo to fit perfectly on the iPhone lockscreen in no easy task and most of the time wont do the photo justice because the clock and slide bar are covering most of the photo. Now you can use an app called Lockscreen Wallpaper Designer to help you create a much better looking lockscreen photo.
LA Lakers basketball player, Kobe Bryant along with his wife visited Apples Cupertino campus to meet with Apple’s design chief Jony Ive. The meeting was reportedly to discuss future Apple products.
A new image of the rumored iPad pro has surfaced, the image was discovered by French website NowhereElse.com.
There have been rumors that suggest the new iPad pro will have a much larger screen. Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple analyst, has said that the new iPad with a 12.9-inch display is still in the pipeline, but we are unlikely to see it launch in 2014.
There has been much speculation that the iPhone 6 will launch with a 4.7-inch screen and now an alleged photo of the mold used to shape the new iPhone have leaked over the weekend.
Apple’s iOS isn’t exactly a cutesy operating system. Steve Jobs and co set out to make the iPhone, iPod and iPad OS as usable as possible without adding unnecessary bells and whistles. In the main part they succeeded, but it’s hard to deny that there are a couple of areas where it could do with that personal touch – something to make the whole experience feel a little more like home.
Copic is one way of doing just that, although unfortunately you’ll need to have a jailbroken iOS device in order to take advantage of this little bundle of personality. Thankfully that is a whole lot easier to achieve now the new jailbreak tools have been released, and everyone can take advantage of all the joys that come with hacking an iOS device.
Yes, you read the article title correctly. Rather bizarrely, a company called GRAPHISOFT which is a part of the Munich based Nemetschek Group has commissioned and erected a bronze statue of the late Apple founder Steve Jobs in Budapest. For those who don’t know (which I believe may be most of us in this instance) GRAPHISOFT are a developer of virtual building solutions and have operations rooted firmly in the United States, Germany and Japan but also operate throughout the world in smaller often neglected markets.
With less than three days to go for Apple’s big media event where they plan to unveil their “latest creation”, the rumor mill seems to be working overtime.
Oscar, reader of iSpazio, an Italian website has posted an image, which he claims to be that of soon-to-be-announced Apple Tablet. It looks like a giant iPhone or iPod Touch, which is in line with the rumors we’ve heard.
So far we’ve heard the following rumors and speculations about soon-to-be-launch Apple Tablet:
- Giant iPhone or iPod Touch, basically an iPhone on Steroids
- Front facing camera or webcam
- Double-dock connectors
- 10 to 11 inch screen
- Might get a LCD screen or OLED screen or might not get an OLED screen
- Could be named iSlate, iPad or iTablet
- Will allow users to write on a touchscreen surface very much like they would on a piece of paper.
- 3D graphics
- Multi-touch tactile feedback keyboard
- Coming to both AT&T and Verizon
- Price could be in the range of $600 to $1000
After hearing so many rumors and speculations about the Apple Tablet, it’s quite apt to also see the photos of the device.
Oscar, reader of iSpazio has posted an image (as seen below), which he claims to be that of Apple’s soon-to-be-announced Tablet:
Folks at Mac Observer had also claimed last week that they had received photographs (as seen below) of the glass to be used in Apple Tablet from a trusted source:
I would ideally like to see Apple unveil a tablet that blows us away like they did when they launched the iPhone rather than unveil something that is a just a giant iPhone or iPod Touch.
What do you think about these so-called Apple Tablet photos? Do you like what you see? Let us know in the comments.
[via iSpazio, Mac Observer]