The overall winner of the 13th annual iPhone Photography Awards has been announced, with the winning entry shot on an iPhone X.
The winners of the 2020 iPhone Photograph Awards — an annual contest solely for images taken with an iPhone or iPad — have been announced. In this 13th year of the awards, the grand prize winner and also Photographer of the Year is Dimpy Bhalotia from the UK. She wins an iPad Air. Continue reading »
From the statement: “To help with the global shortage of N95 masks, a group of ex-Apple mechanical engineers got together to Fix The Mask. We are creating an open source surgical mask brace — improving the sealing and filtration efficiency of standard surgical masks. But while that’s pending, we’ve come up with this DIY surgical mask brace as an immediate solution. This is just the beginning…” Continue reading »
When does an iPhone or an iPad cease to be a mere consumer gadget and enter the rarefied world of visual art? How about when someone willfully destroys it, turning it into an abstract, brutalized husk of its former self? Continue reading »
An Artist Pranked People By Leaving Life-Sized Airpods Stickers On The Ground All Over San Francisco
An artist carried out a prank this weekend that was seemingly designed to make Apple fans’ blood pressure spike. Continue reading »
On Tuesday, Apple unveiled its new iPhones, all of which have extra cameras.
This year’s lineup features the iPhone 11, iPhone Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Aside from the amazing new qualities and long battery life of the new range, the iPhone 11 Pro’s triple-lens camera has caught the most attention between social media users. Continue reading »
Creatives of our generation use the smartphone as a real tool of creation in many fields : photography, video, graphic design, music… The Iphone by Apple is particularly appreciated for its image quality and its creative applications. Continue reading »
According to an artist Yuliya Pieletskaya: “My name is Yuliya Pieletskaya and I’m a Chicago-based illustrator. I draw animals on my iPad in the Procreate app with an iPencil. And here I would like to show you a few examples. Continue reading »
Alex Jiang (US), iPhone XS Max
iPhone photographers around the world shared their best photos for the Shot on iPhone Challenge, capturing remarkable moments with the world’s most popular camera. The 10 selected winners will be featured on billboards in select cities, in Apple retail stores and online. The winning shots came from a range of models, from iPhone XS Max to iPhone 7, showcasing the quality of cameras across the line. Continue reading »
Artist Gabrielle Reilly quite ingeniously to created a pair of attractive and utilitarian dangling earrings out of her Apple AirPods so that she wouldn’t lose them. These “Airings” come in two different styles and are available for purchase through custom order. Continue reading »
Fast-food chain McDonald’s has replaced its iconic restaurant in Chicago with a building by Ross Barney Architects that is “unlike any in the company’s portfolio”. Continue reading »
Back in 1986, long before the release of the iPhone and other Macbook, the famous brand Apple decided to launch their own clothing line with The Apple Collection, offering t-shirts, polo shirts or caps with the Apple logo, but also designs straight out the kitsch atmosphere of the 80s! Continue reading »
The Insanely Great History of Apple has just been updated, bringing together all the Apple products from 1976 to 2017 in a single poster. Continue reading »
Few days ago a couple of Russian lumberjacks were minding their own business, cutting trees and usual lumberjack things like that until something weird happened. One of the has cut the tree and on his own surprise he found an actual Apple logo inside a birch tree. Continue reading »
Smart home solutions are no longer a novelty in these deeply digital times—South Korea-based design studio AMONG has created a creative concept of a smart home controller that looks and feels like a cat. Continue reading »
Is Apple set to release their own line of electric cars? That’s the rumour currently surrounding the tech company, with reports suggesting that they’re developing an iCar to rival the likes of Tesla. This wouldn’t be the first time a tech giant has waded into the world of motoring as Google have already developed a self-driving car, so maybe the rumour isn’t as ridiculous as it seems. Continue reading »
If you have an apple watch, this charging stand is pretty nifty. Continue reading »
Christophe Guinet, aka Monsieur Plant, transforms old Apple products into vegetal compositions. His work denounces technological waste and pollution by mixing fun and art. Continue reading »
Apple is moving its UK headquarters to the Battersea Power Station — London’s iconic brick building that Pink Floyd portrayed on the cover of its 1977 album “Animals.” The station’s redevelopment is part of an estimated $16.5 billion megadevelopment in the city. Continue reading »
First there was the selfie. Then there was the Selfie Stick. Now we have the MacBook Selfie Stick. The device—a selfie stick outfitted with a full-size MacBook—is the product of an art project by Moises, John Yuyi and Tom Galle, who were behind the real-world Netflix and Chill Room. The device could, say, be used for FaceTime conversations or taking photos, much like a Selfie Stick kitted with an iPhone. Continue reading »
We know how tough it is to find a durable and affordable pair of headphones these days and is why we’re bringing these In-Ear Stereo PolyPhones to the table. These headphones combine high quality sound output with scientifically developed sound isolation that creates a music listening experience you won’t be disappointed with, especially for ONLY $15.
These WHITE PolyPhone headphones (shown in the pictures above) even come in a sleek carrying case so you can protect your earbuds when they’re not in use.
If you’re active like us you know how many pairs of headphones you blow through in a given year so a nice extra set is always needed. With these headphones the molded earpieces fit your ear perfectly and they’re formed to comfortably seal the ear, thus allowing you to experience your music and conversations to their fullest potential. The remote control gives you total freedom to start, stop, pause music and video, answer calls, and adjust volume, all right from your fingertips. And lastly, the built-in microphone works great and is positioned perfectly to catch your voice and to block out background sounds. What’s not to love?
In-ear earpieces are molded for optimum comfort and sound isolation
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Remote control and microphone are positioned at an optimum distance on the cord for efficient hands-free communication and playback control
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The Apple l, the first Apple computer made by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in 1976, is seen on display at Sotheby’s on June 8, 2012 in New York City. Sotheby’s called the computer “an exceptionally rare, working example with original Apple cassette interface, operation manuals and a rare BASIC Users’ Manual”.
The computer was an integral component to the the personal computing revolution; it is set to be auctioned on June 15, 2012 and is expected to earn between $120,000 and $180,000 (the computer first went on sale in July 1976 for $666.66). When originally sold, the monitor, keyboard and cassette interface were sold separately. It is believed less than 50 of the original Apple l are still in existence, with only six known to be in working condition. (Photo by Andrew Burton/AFP) Continue reading »
Apple cancelled its scheduled sale of iPhone 4S in one of its stores in China’s capital Beijing on January 13.
Crowds outside the store in the Sanlitun district were waiting on queues overnight. There were incidents of scuffle between shoppers and the store’s security staff when shoppers, hundreds of them, were told that the sales had been cancelled. Some of people waiting outside the store pelted eggs. The police intervened later and took away some of the shoppers.
A woman is dragged away by police after she refused to leave from the front of the Apple store in the Beijing district of Sanlitun. (Reuters) Continue reading »
Apple Inc’s latest iPhone 4S sales in stores began in Japan, Australia, France, UK, Germany, Canada and the United States on Friday, with fans snapping up the final gadget unveiled during Steve Jobs’ lifetime. Many fans bought the phone as a tribute to the former Apple boss, Reuters reports.
Hundreds of fans queued around city blocks in Tokyo to be the first to get their hands on the iPhone 4S, which looks similar to the previous iPhone 4 but has a better camera, faster processor and well-received voice activated software. (IBITimes)
A man wearing a mask of Apple founder Steve Jobs stands in a line to buy an iPhone 4S in front of an Apple Store in Tokyo October 14, 2011. (Reuters) Continue reading »
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