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WWDC is coming closer and we’re already beginning to see early evidence of iOS 7 via web traffic. That bit of news was tied to some early concept ideas about iOS 7, one about the overall design and the other about possible App Store trials. Hardware rumors kicked up as there were stories that said the Retina iPad Mini was due to enter production in a few months. The cheaper iPhone rumors resurfaced as a supplier reported a 40% increase in it’s workforce. Our Features, Tips, and Funny Posts Caught Watching Porn On Google Glass, SNL Sketch New YouTube Trends
Apple’s killing off its SuperDrives slowly but surely. If you have a new MacBook Air, or a Retina MacBook Pro, there’s probably been a couple of times you’ve found yourself wishing you had access to a CD Burner at one point or another. Sure, it’s probably only a couple of times, but for some, it’s still a necessity. Apple has placed its USB SuperDrive on sale over at Amazon. Normally weighing in at $79.00, you can now pick one up for $69.00. I grabbed one. It may be a dying technology, but sadly my car only plays CDs at this point.
We’ve seen a lot of iOS 7 concepts roll across our desks the last couple of weeks, but for the most part a lot of them are pipe dreams. Rarely has their been a concept that makes a lot little bit of sense when we place it against realistic practices at Apple. There’s no way we’re getting widgets. No one uses them. Taking a flyer from other popular application updates that have flattened UI elements, Tim Green, of Divide by Enterproid, has built a pretty interesting alternative to the iOS Messages icon. Green, in a post over on Medium: I
Booq has released a new backpack that is catered to fit Apple products. Marketed towards the creative professional, the Boa Squeeze has special compartments for a MacBook, an iPad as well as an iPhone. The bag also features a wide-open compartment for books or whatever else you may find yourself carrying when walking or riding your bicycle to your favorite coffee shop. The bag’s side compartments and cell phone pocket make it easy to grab your essentials at all times. According to the press release, Booq has designed the bag with ergonomics in mind. The shoulder straps have been designed
With our newest bundle, we’re bringing you 6 addictive games that will keep you glued to your computer for hours. And the best part is, you get to decide how much you want to pay. Here’s how it works. Pay whatever you want for two of the games — Gardenscapes and Storm in a Teacup. To get the other 4 games, all you have to do is pay more than the average price. As an added bonus, we’ll donate 10% of your purchase price to a charity of your choosing. Here’s a rundown of the 6 games: The Great Jitters: