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An iPhone Air concept is nothing new. In fact, we’ve been getting these kind of concepts since 2013 ( earlier? ). Today’s concept is not really a concept, is more like a “look how we can manipulate video” sort of thing, and comes from SET Solutions. The video is based on the original iPad Air 2 ad, and shows an iPhone Air that’s only 4.3mm thick, 122.7 high and 56.9 mm wide. It has a 4-inch screen with 1080p resolution. And that’s pretty much it.
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Back in November, Federico Ciccarese released an iPhone Air concept, taking cues from the iPad Air. A month later, in December, we showed you a beautifully crafted iPhone Air introductory video, unboxing and TV ad concept. Today, designer Sam Beckett unveils the most realistic iPhone Air concept yet.
We love concept, no matter how futuristic and unrealistic they are. Today’s iPhone Air concept is neither. Just like Federico Ciccarese‘s iPhone Air, this is a beautifully executed concept and might just be an early look Apple’s future flagship smartphone.
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Federico Ciccarese‘s concepts should be well known to FSM readers by now. From a wearable iPhone concept to a Siri smartwatch to the much rumored iWatch, Federico is always on top with crisp concepts of what Apple future products might look like. Today, the designer is back with the most realistic iPhone concept we’ve ever seen: the iPhone Air.
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New day, new app in Cydia: aTimeTool and it pretty much does what the title says. It allows you to set a time and date for your iPhone’s Airplane mode/WiFi/Bluetooth to start or close.I believe this app is extremely useful only if you travel a lot , because you can set the Airplane mode to start and end, and you dont need to worry about checking the phone everytime you have to travel. As far as the WiFi and/or Bluetooth goes, i personally why should this app be useful.
There’s a new iPhone 7/7 Plus color option: (RED). The iPhone features a red aluminum finish and it launching as part of Apple’s partnership with (RED). it will be available on Friday March 24th in 128GB and 256GB models starting at $749.
Apple has also doubled the storage capacity for the iPhone SE so now the phone is available in 32GB and 128GB starting at $399.
There’s also a new cheaper iPad that’s going on sale Friday for $329. It replaces the iPad Air 2 and it’s simply called “iPad”. As you expect, the cheaper iPad features an A9 chip and it does not come with support for Apple Pencil or include a Smart Connector.
Engineered by the team behind the Wikipad 7 Android gaming tablet, Gamevice is an attachable dual-analog stick controller that delivers true, console caliber controls to Apple devices. Up until now, the Gamevice was only available for the iPad Mini but now the company is releasing the device for the iPhone 6 and 6s and iPad Air.
This one’s classic like the Air 1s, the hustler’s shoe. Japanese phone accessories company UNICASE just dropped a new iPhone 6 case – a case that is using the outsole of the iconic Nike Air Force one sneakers as its template.
The PanguTeam has just released their Pangu8 jailbreaking tool for iOS 8.0/8.1 that includes a working version of Cydia. It has support for ALL iOS 8+ compatible devices including the iPhone 6/6 Plus, iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3.
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Bentley released a new short film entitled “Intelligent Details”, that was filmed and produced using the power of the iPhone 5s and iPad Air. Filmed in the Bentley Mulsanne in New York, the film highlights the fusion of luxury, performance and technology within the Bentley Mulsanne and reveals the manner in which Intelligent Details was filmed, assembled and edited using the in-car connectivity and entertainment platform.
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