Eighteen months. It’s been 18 long months since Apple last released a game-changing piece of hardware, the iPhone. While we wait for the next surprise out of Apple, to satisfy our curiosities, we conjectured, spec’d, and illustrated,
four amazing fauxtotypes that could maybe, possibly,
conceivably find a home in the Apple product universe.
Some iPhone users up in arms over the 2.2 update. Many have reported a
number of issues after the install, while others are gloating about how
good their lives have become since the 2.2 update. Rumors of iPhone
Civil War have begun to spread, mainly by us, right now.
While the pessimist might see this as just another Monday--maybe even worse than the average Monday, since it marks the end of a glorious long weekend full of sloth and football--the optimist knows that today is one of the best non-holiday Mondays of all! Yep, it's Cyber Monday.
In a perfect world, we wouldn’t ever have to upsize digital images. But as long as there are clients who blithely provide low-res pictures for use in print publications, we’re stuck having to figure out the best way to get the most out of the pixels we’re given.
Analysts are worried
that Apple's Black Friday deals offered no bargain at all. Apple's
online and retail stores offered discounts of up to 101$ on Macs and
for iPods, which didn’t seem on par with the price-slashing fad that
other manufacturers and retailers.
games are fun on your cell phone or to blow 10 minutes playing in a Web
browser. Gaming on Facebook.com adds another layer of sociability by
letting you play against—and chat with—your friends and family.
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