I haven’t posted for a while so here are a few examples of some recent photography.
Yesterday marked the launch of EE’s 4G service in the UK. EE, which is the parent company of Orange and T-Mobile, has gone live in 11 UK cities, including London, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, and Manchester.
Despite boasting speeds up to 5 times quicker than 3G, 4GEE has come under fire for the pricing on their data plans.
To read more about 4G, read the Wired article here.
Few could argue the commercial for the Microsoft Surface leaves you thinking there could be a viable alternative to the iPad, bridging the gap between tablet and laptop. However from recent reviews it seems this could be but a ploy to hide the poor performance of the device. Check out Business Insider’s review here.
By focusing on the aesthetics of the tablet and the ‘clickable’ keyboard Microsoft are distracting customers from the operating system or everyday functionality of the device.
Have you used a ‘Surface’ How do you feel the tablet performs?
This is Googles latest attempt to take on iOS. It features a much improved voice search funtion. It has an advantage over Siri in that it can use all off Googles data to pull results. Let me know what you think of Google voice search and how it compares to Siri
This is the first mock up for the new design for Slinko. My new desktop photo sharing site. Users can submit one photo per email address and the top 10 most popular images will get extra press. What do you guys think?
You can visit the existing Slinko site here.
Submit your photo now and it will be ready for the new site!
The wait is over…. At long last the latest version of Apples operating system will be released today.
iOS 6 will feature over 200 new tweaks and features. Based on Apples big iOS updates in the past iOS 6 should hit at 10am PT meaning UK users should be able to get the update at 6PM GMT.
Features of the free update include a new Apple ‘Maps’ app, Facebook integration, Siri for iPad, FaceTime over cellular network and much much more.
To read more about iOS 6 click here.
To update from your iPhone or iPad just go to Settings > General > Software Update. Alternatively you can update via iTunes on your PC or Mac. Be sure to ‘Back Up’ your device to iTunes or iCloud before you update to iOS 6.
So, after months of anticipation and speculation the wait for the iPhone 5 is over. Tim Cook announced the new device in front of a packed audience with all the grace and charm you would expect from an Apple product launch.
So without further ado here is the device the world has been waiting for.
The first thing to point out is the screen. As widely predicted the screen is bigger, the first time Apple have changed the screen size since the iPhones creation. However it is longer and not wider than most people had predicted. The iPhone 5 boasts a 4 inch retina screen meaning that the phone doesn’t feel oversized in your hand but still allows a lot more content to be displayed than on previous iPhones.
Apple have created an all new A6 chip to power the new iPhone. This will not only double the performance of the phone but adds much need battery life, meaning owners will no longer have to carry their chargers with them wherever they go.
Replacing the iPhone ‘dock’ connected that has remains untouched since the original is the new ‘Lightening’ connector. The all digital connector is reversible meaning there is no wrong way to plug in the cable.
It’s not just the phone that has received a makeover, the traditional apple earphones are no more. They have been replaced by the all new ‘Earpods’. Whether the pods will be able to complete with some of the more expensive earphones remains to be seen but with improved sound and fit the ‘Earpods’ are sure to please many.
The iPhone will ship with iOS6 (previewed earlier this year) already installed. To read more about the new features of iOS6 click here.
For more information or to pre order visit the Apple store here.