Just last week, Apple held yet another conference at its headquarters in Cupertino, making this this the fourth major conference held by Apple. Insiders and journalists alike expected new iPads and Macs, and surely enough, Apple delivered in precisely those areas. While the iPads were surely the more popular release, making major headlines, I will be covering that in a separate article. In this article, however, I will go over the improvements and overall changes to the iMac family.
Since you probably have not heard amidst talks of new iMacs, iPhones, iPads, or other Apple products, Android released their fifth major instalment of their mobile operating system just weeks ago. The newest edition, nicknamed “Lollipop” is the same thing as Android 5.0. I will use the two terms interchangeably throughout this article. What has been most remarkable about the release is how nobody seems to have noticed.
While iOS 8 was originally introduced at the WorldWide Developer’s Conference this past fall, the finalized release version of Apple’s latest iOS made its debut in September 2014. The eighth major instalment in Apple’s mobile operating system finds itself being acclaimed by nearly every true Apple fanatic.
If you have not yet heard, Apple has recently implemented new technology aimed at revolutionizing even the most basic daily transaction: payment. With a new feature being heralded on the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus called Apple Pay, there is undoubtedly a new threshold for other technological entities to cross through. In this article, I will cover how Apple Pay works, and more importantly, what this could mean for the entire field of tech.
We have anxiously awaited the release of Apple’s latest flagship phone for months now, ever since the release of the iPhone 5S and 5C, it seems like. The announcement was only hyped up additionally after the Worldwide Developer’s Conference, when Apple discussed some benchmark modifications and improvements in their mobile operating system, iOS. The time finally came this past week, when Apple showed off the newest two additions to the iPhone family: the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.
Ever since the release of the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C just 10 months ago, Apple fanatics have been wondering what the iPhone 6 may look like. The newest edition to their remarkable phone line is sure to rock heads. Ever since the iPhone 3G, Apple has subsequently launched an “S” version of the same phone a year later, with major internal improvements and potentially the addition of a key new software feature. While the iPhone 4S offered Siri and Panoramic shots, with much faster performance, the iPhone 5S offered fingerprint recognition, the most incredible performance ever seen on an iPhone, and it came with a twin, the polycarbonate, eccentric, and slightly more affordable friend, the iPhone 5C.
Apple fanatics have yet another machine to foam at the mouth over, and this time, it is a slightly redesigned version of the critically acclaimed iMac desktop all in one computer. Since the iMac really begin to take off just a decade or so ago, Apple has made some stunning improvements and additions to the machine. The machine has gone from boasting a bulky and clutter building design to featuring one of the most aesthetically appealing designs that I have ever seen in a desktop computer.