Seriously guys, what do we want? First, it was the smallest cell phone we could get our hands on, then we wanted cell phones with screens the size of a 27-inch TV. The iPhone 6/6s seemed perfect, but nah. In comes the iPhone SE for everyone complaining the current phones are too big.
I’ll spare you all the boring details about the specs of the phone. It’s essentially an iPhone 6s inside of an iPhone 5/5s body. Boom, there you have it.
You can buy it starting March 24th.
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Drizzy Tearz is a new app that allows you to catch tears from Drake’s eyes. Is it quite the lazy and gimmicky game? Sure, but it should make some good fun for a couple of days. There’s even a soundtrack to the app that you can listen to below. Download the app here.
Not only is there a taco, but there’s a burrito… And supposedly a middle finger. iOS 9.1 should be released later this year, but no definite date has been announced by Apple. Are they still missing any emojis, or does that cover just about everything?
Foot Locker shook up the smartphone app game with the recent with release of their new app, which available on both Android and iOS devices. Continue reading Foot Locker Introduces New App and Shoemojis 👟
Not to be outdone, Nike has just dropped an app to rival adidas’ new “Confirmed” app. Nike’s SNKRS application will allow you to stay in the know, get the story behind the kicks, and easily purchase the upcoming limited shoes. The only way to get it at the moment is to head to the Zoom City SNKRS Station on 348 Bowery in NYC starting today up until the 15th of February. Look for the official iOS release later this spring, with an Android version dropping shortly after that.
Continue reading Nike’s New “SNKRS” App is One-Stop Shop for Coveted Footwear
This is a pretty cool graphic that shows how iOS has changed from the first version until now. Obviously, all things must progress, but I’m still a pretty big fan of iOS 5 & 6. Who’s got their hands on the iPhone 6 already?
Continue reading Infographic Shows the Evolution of iOS from iOS 1 to iOS 8
Facebook hopes to improve the way users view their news feed with the introduction of “Paper”. As many of you know, most of your friends on Facebook aren’t very interesting, which leaves your feed filled with boring news. Facebook Paper is aiming the change that. Continue reading Facebook Introduces Paper News Reader for iOS
Here’s a look at how the iPhone’s home screen has progressed with each iOS update. I honestly loved iOS 6, but last night I decided to see what iOS 7 is all about. Looking all the back to the beginning, which was just about 6 years ago, it’s crazy to see how far the iPhone has come.
Continue reading iPhone Home Screen Evolution