2015

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Jump over the break to check out the third series of videos that will show you how to use the Apple Watch. Check out the first two series of videos here and here.

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2015

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If Apple suddenly decided to bring some of the features of the Apple Watch to the iPhone, this concept would be spot on. The concept shows a thinner iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus that features a digital crown at the top right-hand side, with integrated gesture support and TouchID – replacing the home button. The bottom of the phone would feature three sensors which you could interact with through gestures. The iPhone 7 concept also comes with a 2560×1440 display, which is not as difficult to imagine since the competition is already rocking it. All in all a solid and well executed concept. However it only should be taken as what it is… a concept.

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2015

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“Zip” is an instant mobile printer the size of your smartphone that can wirelessly print polaroid-sized photos, that can be edited prior to printing, in less than a minute. The printer uses ZINK paper and dye crystals that are activated while printing, doing away with ink and toner for a seamless printing experience. Zip is available for purchase at Photojojo.

 

2015

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Since the beginning, Apple has been pretty much consistent when it comes to the company’s website. Basic layout, navbar, latest product up and center and a few other new products along the bottom of the page. Probably the most memorable Apple.com homepage is, sadly, the Steve Jobs tribute from back in 2011.

Above you can check out the earliest known Apple homepage, reportedly from 1993 or early ’94. And if you want to take a trip down the memory lane, you can check out 15 years of Apple.com

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2015

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Apple recently released a new two-minute video that highlights the company’s commitment to environmental responsibility. “Apple’s commitment to the environment starts from the ground up. We strive to create not only the best products in the world, but the best products for the world. And over the past year, we’ve made significant progress through projects that focus on renewable energy and forest preservation.”

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