Last month, Nike unveiled the “Day to Night” pack that featured five iterations of the Air VaporMax. Now, the Swoosh unveiled new Apple Watch sports bands that were inspired by the collection.
Each band is made up of flexible fluoroelastomer material that is lightweight and water-resistant. and can be purchased starting June 1, for around $50 at Nike.
Jump over the break to check out the bands in greater detail…
Apple revamped their “Switch” site to attract Android users to switch to an iPhone. The new site introduces a simplified FAQ page that highlights iPhone features and how simple it is to switch from an Android device to an iPhone.
Apple also released a few new ads to go along with the new site. Jump over the break to check out the videos…
Fidget Spinners, you see them everywhere. And now, the spinner is taking over the App Store.
Developed by Ketchapp to simulate the super popular toy, the free app adds a game element to the spinner where you will try to get the longest possible spin to earn coins that can be spent to unlock new spinners and rewards.
Download Finger Spinner and jump over the break to see how you can create a Fidget Spinner out of your old iPhone…
WIRED tested the limits of everyday AI against a variety of accents in linguistics tests designed to determine which AI is the best at understanding the most people.
Featuring Siri, Google Home, and Amazon Echo – who do you think the big winner is? Jump over the break to check out the video…
Apple released its newest iPhone 7 Plus ad – Barbers – focusing on the Portrait mode.
The ad takes place in a small barbershop where business is slow until one barber uses his iPhone to shoot a portrait photo of a customer’s new haircut.
“Barbers” is set to “Fantastic Man” by William Onyeabor. Jump over the break to check out the video…