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Posted On August 15, 2014By Faridah Demola-SerikiIn Design, Gadgets, Top Stories

REPORT: iPhone 6 Photos Surface

Calling all Apple Fanboys! According to TMZ (yes, TMZ), these are photos of Apple’s iPhone 6 expected to be unveiled September 9th. TMZ obtained the photos from someone whose friend — an ex-employee, worked in Foxconn’s hardware department in China designing the outer casing for the new model. If these are indeed the photos of the new iPhone, you’ll notice it’s bigger and looks more like the 5” displays common these days. It also seems to be running iOS 7, which is apparently for security purposes at the factory. AppleRead More

Posted On June 3, 2014By seyiIn Design, Mobile, Top Stories

Quick Preview of iOS 8 Features

At the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) event yesterday, Apple unveiled its new mobile OS,  iOS 8. The OS comes with a host of new features and additional improvement to the former. Here’s a quick look at some of the iOS 8 features   iCloud Drive The iCloud Drive app allows users to synchronize app files across all their devices. its kind of like the DropBox.   QuickType Keyboard The new keyboard helps users to accurately predict what their next word might be.  iOS 8 also gives room for the useRead More
Today at WWDC, Apple is reportedly unveiling it new operating systems both for iOS (iOS 8) and for the Mac (OS X 10.1) along with other announcements mostly software related. You can watch the event live via the live stream, but only if its an Apple device. To live stream the event on your Apple device you must be running Safari 4 or later on OS X 10.6 or later; Safari on iOS 4.2 or later; or second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 5.0.2 or later. Once you have allRead More

Posted On February 19, 2014By BinjoIn Gadgets, Mobile, Top Stories

Is This The iPhone 6?[PHOTOS]

Sonny Dickson, a renowned Apple device leaker has leaked pictures of what might be the iPhone 6. The pictures were posted via his Twitter account. From his images, we can see what is a purported casing of an iPhone 6 with a 4.7 inches diagonal display iPhone phablet with a 5.5-inch display. Another set of pictures have leaked from MacRumors. These give us a better look into the design of the purported iPhone 6. Apple is known for secrecy in its plans for any of its devices and services. However, lastRead More
Steve Jobs First Macintosh Unveiling
On January 24th 1984, Steve Jobs unveiled and demonstrated the first Macintosh to Apple shareholders. A couple of days later, he showed off the Macintosh at the Boston Computer Society. Time has published the 90-minute presentation. It has never been seen before on the Internet. Steve Jobs explains how the Macintosh let users record video, process word documents in different fonts and create pictures. Don’t take my word for his awesomeness, watch the video below. Source: The Verge via TIMERead More

Posted On January 29, 2014By Paul OgunlowoIn Business, Gadgets, Mobile

Apple Releases Record Earnings Statement

Tech giant, Apple announced their earnings statement during their conference call and they broke lots of their previous records. 51 million iPhones were sold between November 2013 and January 2014 – an all time quarterly record – up from 47.8 million in the same quarter last year. iPad sales also came in at record highs at 26 million, up from 22.9 million from the same quarter last year. Mac sales weren’t left out in the record-breaking party either, coming in at 4.8 million sold from November to January, up from 4.1Read More
If you are in the market for a new Retina Display Macbook Pro and you are not ready to shell out all the cash for it, then you’re in luck as Apple started selling the refurbished versions of the latest ones. Apple announced its latest line of Retina Display Macbook Pros in October 2013 which are more powerful and pack the latest technologies inside. The equivalent version of the refurbished version on sale is selling for $2,299 while the refurbished is selling for $1,949 saving you about $350. You canRead More

Posted On November 23, 2013By Adetunji Openiyi (freeshype)In Gadgets, Gaming, Mobile

Logitech And MOGA Make Gaming On Your iPhone Better

With iOS 7, Apple included a standard way for iOS devices to use third-party game controller.  Developers can now build better games without worrying about awful touchscreen control schemes. This is made possible with Apple’s MFI (Made For iPhone, iPod and iPad) APIs announced at WWDC 2013. This makes MOGA’s controller the first official(blessed by Apple’s MFI) iPhone controller and Logitech’s controller the second of the pioneers. The Android platform for example, has a lot of controllers but letting those controllers work with games has always been a matter between gameRead More
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Posted On October 22, 2013By Victor NnejiIn Gadgets, Top Stories

How To Download OSX Mavericks For Free

  Apple’s latest Mac operating system is now available to the public and they have gone forward to make OSX Mavericks a FREE download from the Mac App store as long as your system passes certain criteria’s. In this post, I’ll help you check and if you are eligible for the upgrade and share some tips for a successful installation. 1.     Check your Mac hardware To get details about your Mac model, click the Apple icon at the top left of your screen, choose About This Mac, then choose MoreRead More

Posted On October 22, 2013By Victor NnejiIn Design, Gadgets

Apple Updates The MacBook Pro

Today at the Apple event which featured the release of the iPad Air as its star attraction, the company showed some love to its MacBook Pro line up. The upgrade which for the 13-inch version is now thinner at 0.71-inches and weighs 3.46 pounds and the 15-inch model came with upgrades such as improved graphics processors, a new Intel Quad-Core processing system, improved battery life (up to 8 hours), and new 802.11ac WiFi.  The MacBook Pro line now has in it the Haswell CPUs which has proved to offer significant improvements toRead More