Apple Announces iPhone 7

Apple Announces iPhone 7

by: Adam

Get ready iPhone users – the iPhone just got a new upgrade…Or did it? Yesterday, Apple made their highly anticipated Keynote live from San Francisco where they showed off advancements in software collaboration, the Apple Watch 2, and the long awaited iPhone 7. As a long-time Android user, I really looked forward to this Keynote as I have been gearing up for a big change in my life: to go from Android to Apple. Before you get your knickers in a knot, as much as I’ve enjoyed my Android, I’ve felt this change coming for a while. My laptop is a Macbook Pro, I’m an avid user of Apple TV, and my workstation here at FPM3 is an amazing 27” iMac. I love my Apple, but for some reason I could never justify the price of the glorified iPhone. I thought with the release of the iPhone 7, I would…

Introducing the NEW Mini-iPad and many more

by: Adam

Now smaller and easier to use.   Another…yet the same product from Apple.   This was the biggest point of discussion at the Keynote Apple Event this past week and with it was very exciting news of the new Mini-iPad.   It’s smaller with only 7.85″ with 1024 x 768 resolution.  All past software will work as they share the same resolution.   It has a Dual-core A5 chip with 10 hours of battery life.  It has a 5meg camera and does come with Facetime. The real question is this the best thing since slice bread?   I guess we’ll find out. What got me excited is the NEW Macbook Pro 13″.   With Retina….how cool is this.   All the power of a desktop in a mini-version of 13″.   It’s much lighter and is also lighter on the pocket book $500 less than the $15″.   The coolest is that it has 2 thunderbolt ports meaning that…

A few new things at Apple

by: Adam

Some of the features coming out are exactly earth shattering as they have been around with the android system for the past couple of years. However, there have been many and prudence to what Apple is trying to do this includes a new map program that is completely unique to Apple. After they’ve licensed software from tom-tom they been able now to create their own mapping system to their mobile units no longer needing Google as a resource to get people places or to find information. Apple claims they’ll have access to 100 million businesses that you’ll be able to search online for their mapping system. What isn’t outlined is if the Canadian businesses are included in this mapping system. As well how would a business go about adding their information to this map is not yet indicated on either side of the border. They’ve improved their voice recognition system,…

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