Extreme Torture Testing on a Macbook Air
Just when you thought you've seen it all, the internet continues to deliver. Here is a video we found while looking up Macbook Air fixes and it's pretty cool. First she throws the Macbook Air in a freezer, next she tries to kill it with fire. Finally she drowns it, and the thing simply wont die. If they keep Making Macbooks and PCs like this, there's not going to be any computers to repair in ...
The iPhone 7 is going will have 4 speakers?
If what we've seen today is true, the iPhone 7 will have 2 speakers on the bottom of the phone and 2 on top. These pictures come from a french blog actually but this information comes to you based on an article found online at macrumors.com. There we found these leaked images of a purported iPhone 7 frame and it appears to have cutouts for speakers both on the top and bottom of the phone(see ...
Weird hack that makes your iPhone really fast
I discovered this weird hack while surfing around online and it seems to be working well. I've been using it for about 5 days now and haven't noticed any problems. The steps below in this video will help you do it the same way that I did.
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The iPhone 7 will have no headphone jack
Yes it's true, the iPhone 7 will not be featuring a headphone jack. We've made numerous reports about the subject so far as we eagerly anticipate the release of the iPhone 7. So what will the future look like with out our trusty 3.5mm jack technology?
The future of headphone audio is the lightning port.
Apple wants manufacturers to stand behind them in creating a digital music interface that will work off of the lightning port ...
Leaked Schematics of the iPhone 7
The iPhone 7 is still a few months out from release, but reports have surfaced recently that show schematics for the new iPhone 7 and we're finally getting a taste. Take a look below:
What's new with the iPhone 7?
The schematics taht we found on 9to5mac.com reveal that the iPhone 7 will use the exact same dimensions as the iPhone 6 series of phones as far as width is concerned. Rumors have also been fluttering around the web ...
Apple is giving users a Trash Can
Yes, it's been a long time coming. Based on reports found on AppAdvice, Apple has installed some preliminary code in their last update which will probably be completed in the next Apple software upgrade for iDevices. The picture below demonstrates that Apple will soon allow users to delete native iPhone apps that people prefer not to use. An example of this is the Game Center app for iPhone and iPad. It is unlikely that all ...
Apple is working on wireless Bluetooth earbuds for the iPhone 7
Rumors are buzzing today as rumors develop around the earbuds for the iPhone 7. As you know Apple includes a set of earphones along with each iPhone going all the way back to their flag ship product. In fact Apple has been including headphones since the age of the iPod. A developing round-up on Macrumors.com points to probability that Apple is developing a new set of wireless earbuds that could look like ...
iPhone 7 Curved Glass Screen
Just when it looked like Apple was going to innovate something new and exciting, they jumped into the curved glass screen market. Samsung made the biggest waves with their curved glass screens like we saw in the Galaxy Edge series of phones. According to an article on Macrumors.com, it looks like the 2017 iPhone is going to more closely resemble the iPhone 4 generation of phones. KGI Securities Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reports that Apple is "Seeking to ...
The new 4-inch iPhone repair in Schaumburg
Though the news is not official yet, rumors have been moving around the internet for weeks about a new iPhone brought up in a China Mobile conference that indicates a brand new and more powerful iPhone Mini that will be only 4 inches in size. As the story goes, China Mobile is preparing for an April release of a new Apple phone whose name is not yet confirmed (see image below, courtesy of Macrumors.com). Based on ...
Google Data Centers
Featuring biometric eye-scanners, overheard power distributions, laser intrusion detection and all kinds of James-Bondy high-tech features: Google's data centers.
It's worth noting that Google is trying to make forward positive feedback loops that would improve the sustainability of their work. Data centers consume an enormous amount of energy and generate a tremendous amount of heat. This Google Data center featured above produces enough heat to necessitate an external water cooling plant built into their data center directly. Google has gone ...