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The Truth About The iPhone 6 Plus

Ever since Apple released its latest model, the iPhone 6 and 6 plus, rumors have been crowding the internet with videos, blog posts and reactions about the iPhone 6 plus bending. So what’s the deal? Does the iPhone actually bend easily? The answer is simply no. All of the videos and claims about...

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Apple Drops New Updates for iOS, macOS, and watchOS

Posted by Alex Burton | Posted in Consumer Electronics | Posted on 24-01-2017

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Apple is now rolling out its latest software updates for iOS 10, macOS Sierra, and watchOS. Each release promises to fix some bugs and improve overall performance.

iOS 10.2.1 has been in beta for several weeks now, and its finally available for all. It has only came out a little less than a month after Apple released the more major iOS 10.2 update, so the primary fix is bugs and performance. If you want to test this new software but dont have an iPhone or dont want to spend all that money, you can rent an iPhone today!

macOS Sierra 10.12.3 has some significant updates, here are a few;

  • Resolved problems with PDF documents
  • Improves automatic graphics switching on MacBook Pro
  • Fixed Safari bug that purged MacBook Pro battery life

watchOS 3.1.3 had a fairly minor release focused on bug fixes and performance improvement. Some of the apps that got fixes include Activity, Calendar, Maps, Messages, and notifications.

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Building A Better Battery

Posted by eblasko | Posted in Consumer Electronics | Posted on 04-02-2014

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Always have trouble conserving your iPhone battery life? No worries, a better solution is in the works. In the next few years we may start to see batteries pull energy from the air and power themselves through Wi-Fi signals, or even our body movement.For many years, Apple’s engineers have tried to build a battery for iPhone users by adding solar charging to iPods and iPhones. Recently, Apple announced that they are continuing with the solar power experimenting. The race is on to find a better solution at battery life with smartphones. Most consumers say that with all the apps they are using their battery dies on an every day basis while they are on the go.It’s 2014, we do have the technology but the problem is that it is hard to ensure safety of many new power technologies. A faulty battery could turn into a miniature bomb! Revamping the smartphone battery so it will last longer requires exhaustive testing before it can hit the store shelves.

In the fall Apple will be posting a job listing seeking engineers who specialize in solar energy. Many experiments to find the best answer to saving battery life on Apple products are in the works this year.Another experiment Apple is involved with is actually charging the battery through movement, which is a method already used in many modern watches. How does this even work? By swinging your arm, a tiny charging station is activated that generates power to the device. Charging your phone while exercising may be the new million dollar idea for people to stay healthy!

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New Kickstarters For Apple Devices Let You Charge Your Device With Fire And Take Pictures In Complete Darkness

Posted by admin | Posted in Consumer Electronics, New Products | Posted on 11-12-2013

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The PowerPot X is a pretty good name for this new device, as it is basically a pot that provides electricity. You pair it with a camp stove and thermoelectric modules on the bottom of the anodized aluminum kettle can give 10 watts to the PowerPot’s dual USB ports. The creator says that this is enough to charge one iPad or two iPhones.

The PowerPot comes in two sizes: The 4 quart PowerPot XL and the 2.4 quart PowerPot X. Other products like this have been popping up on Kickstarter like the FlameStower, which is basically the same thing but a little bit smaller with a little less power.

To make sure that your iPhones get an even, predictable flow of electricity, the power passes through a regulator before it reaches the USB ports. The regulator also has a built in power meter with LED lights arranged in a triangle design that shows how much power is flowing.

Currently, the Kickstarter campaign has raised more than it’s goal of $30,000 and still has 36 days left. It is set to start shipping out in May 2014.

Lightstrap

The new Apple iPhone 5s has a pretty great camera with a redesigned lens and dual LED flash, it is certainly capable of taking “acceptable” photos in a low light setting. But what about situations where that isn’t enough?

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The Lightstrap is a nifty case that has a built in flash that wraps all the way around the back of the case. It is built to mimic a professional flash ring that photographers would use. This type of flash will allow you to take much higher quality low light photos, and it pops right on the back of your iPhone and protects it just like any other case. It even looks good.

The Lightstrap lets you get pretty in depth. You can choose from seven brightness levels and six different color temperatures. The flash is 10 times brighter than the one built into your iPhone 5s, 15 times brighter than an iPhone 5, and 30 times brighter than the 5s’s video mode LED. The Lightstrap has its own built in 1000 mAh battery, and on a full charge can take about 500 photos or about 30 minutes of video. It can be recharged with a standard USB cable.

The 16-millimeter thick, 2.5-ounce accessory does not require a specialty camera app — Lightstrap is triggered by the iPhone’s built-in LED flash.

The retail price will be $97 dollars and it is set to ship out in April of 2014.

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