Don't like black, white, or even "champagne" iPhones for that matter? if a series of photos that surfaced this morning bears any truth, we could also be seeing a fourth, graphite iteration of the iPhone 5 when it makes its anticipated appearance next month. The new photos come from Sonny Dickson, the same man who broke the first high quality photos of the so-called iPhone 5C.
Want to know what a difference a good photo can make? Take a look at these photos of an alleged gold iPhone 5S shell taken by Japanese site ASCII.JP (via MacRumors), which shows that it really does lean closer to "champagne" than "ingot." That still may not be enough to escape concerns of tackiness for some critics, but now it at least looks like something in line with Apple's reputation for quality aesthetics.
Most of the leaked photos we see these days usually focus on the low-cost iPhone 5C, but today photos surfaced of a possible new chassis for the upcoming iPhone 5S. And it's a doozy. Based on the images posted on French site MacBoutic, you'll be able to get the upcoming iPhone 5S in gold.
Every Monday, we'll show you how to do something new and simple with Apple's built-in command line application. You don't need any fancy software, or a knowledge of coding to do any of these. All you need is a keyboard to type 'em out!
A shell is the software interface to the operating system and the various services it provides. When using the default Terminal interface on an install of OS X, you are using the Bash shell. While Bash is a great shell, there are better alternatives out there, and today, we’ll show you one such alternative: Zsh.