On Tuesday, Apple announced its new line of iPhones, set for release next week. As always, the announcements generate tons of buzz, even if the changes aren’t too drastic, as is the case with the new iPhone 5s and 5c models.
Jimmy Kimmel sent an iPad Mini to the streets of Hollywood with one of his staff members to interview folks about the device they were holding, telling them it’s “the new iPhone,” of course.
As with all of Kimmel’s Lie Witness News bits, it just goes to show you how full of shit people are.
If you dig this, make sure you check out Kimmel’s staff’s visit to Coachella. Especially if you hate the concept of musical festivals as much as I do (and that video is EXACTLY why).
Whether you obsess over Apple products, or absolutely despise them, make no arguments, the iPad owns the tablet game and nobody is really coming close. Apple’s announcement of the iPad Mini this week was predictable, but quite necessary, as the iPad Mini is sure to bring in a customer base that was apprehensive about price point before, and it really will make a play at e-readers like the Kindle Fire and similar units.
At only $329, I can only imagine that over the next few weeks, as we move into the holiday season, there’s going to be a bunch of first-time iPad owners.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Steve Jobs’ death. Taken far too soon, Jobs is nothing short of an iconic symbol in not only American history, but throughout the world. Whether you’re an Apple fanboy, or one of those crazy people who wants to say they hate Apple products, simply because it’s Apple (yet, we all know you have an iPod), you have to realize the greatness that was Steve Jobs.
Today, on Apple’s homepage, they posted this tribute video, along with a message from Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Thank you, Steve for enriching my life — for enriching all our lives — in a variety of ways with your innovation.
My new reading material is Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson. The biography came out today, and I purchased it on my iPad, using iBooks. My iPad sits next to my MacBook, and I took this picture with my iPhone.
I think it’s fair to say that Steve Jobs may have left an impact on our world. Odds are you could very well be reading this post from an Apple device.
No, I’m not talking about it’s release with Verizon Wireless.
I’m talking about the release of NBA Jam in the App Store. Yep, the greatest video game of all-time is FINALLY coming to the iPhone. Since the inception of gaming on the device, I’ve always wished for and said that Jam should be released on Apple’s incredible device. Last year, it was announced that Jam would make a return to console gaming, and I kept my fingers crossed that it would finally hit the iPhone.
Well, Thursday is the day, it’s finally here. With more updated rosters than the Wii, PS3 and XBox 360 versions, which were released last fall, Jam is sure to be a hit and it looks great, from a graphic standpoint. As long as the controls are good, I can’t think of a better device to play NBA Jam on.
Good thing I got rid of my iPhone two months ago…ugh!
Some moron lost his prototype iPhone 4G in a bar. I’d normally say in a situation like this, “Nice way to lose your badass job buddy!” Since it’s Apple and Steve Jobs, he might not just lose his job — this guy might be assassinated. Gizmodo bought this thing off someone for $5,000. I honestly figured it would’ve went for more. I guarantee some idiot would have bought it off ebay for $65,000.