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Apple’s change to its juggernaut smartphone is here, and it’s not just a number change with a fingerprint sensor. This time, the iPhone includes a bigger screen, faster processor, and a new design. Is this Apple’s best yet, and can it take on the ever growing competition from the likes of Sony, Samsung, HTC, and LG?
Few Aussie publications have seen it with their own eyes, but GadgetGuy’s Valens Quinn was on location at the launch, and has been lucky enough to get his hands on the iPhone 6, and 6 Plus at the launch in Cupertino, California.
Rumours can now be quelled, as Apple has shown off its long awaited and suspected wearable. Is it everything people expected?
Following the Android driven trend of larger mobile phone displays, Apple has released two new models, both of which are larger, and thinner, than previous iPhones.
Unless you’ve been living in a cave where there’s no WiFi — because some caves surely have WiFi — you’ll know there’s an Apple launch tomorrow. We’ll have someone on the ground reporting all the action, but before that happens, what should you expect?
If you live on your tablet and use it like a laptop, you probably find it a little frustrating that you can’t charge your phone from a spare port like you can a notebook’s USB port, but peripheral maker Kensington is making a fix for that.
More than just another tablet in its long running Galaxy Tab range, the Tab S is a reinvention with a screen that will make your eyes go wow and a weight that outshines even Apple’s iPad.
You knew it was coming, and here it is: Apple is announcing something, possibly two somethings, with September 9 in America (September 10 locally) holding all the answers according to an invite that’s gone out.
Microsoft’s Surface machines have always been made to highlight the best experience Windows 8 could bring, and in the Surface Pro 3, the company is improving both the design and spec to make a true Ultrabook competitor. Is the third time really the charm?
If there was one thing I wish I had more time for, it would be seeing concerts. There’s just not enough time or money to see every band, but then there’s the internet, and the ability to stream gigs for free.