Here are 9 best iPhone pranks you can easily pull on your friends. There is something for everyone here, and you’ll end up with tons of free giggles.
Sometimes science is just plain awesome, and today is one of those times. The reason for that is a YouTube video that we stumbled across which shows something called gallium being used to destroy an iPhone. Sounds fairly mundane, right?
Drivers from pretty much every region across the globe are familiar with the frustration which follows tailgating a slower moving truck. On a two lane road, it becomes virtually impossible to overtake the truck without risking running into incoming traffic from the other end, but Samsung is showing us how all of this can be avoided. The company is demoing the 'Safety Truck' which carries 4 screen panels at the back showing live camera feed of the road up ahead.
Our smartphones get more attention than our friends and family members, and if you doubt that, just check out your phone's active usage time. Paul Trillo, a filmmaker, has just released a short-film centered on the lifecycle of a new iPhone, which also captures moments that almost any smartphone user will easily be able to relate to.
We all know who Steve Jobs is. The co-founder of Apple Inc. The iconic CEO who not only revolutionized modern technology but also helped hand-assemble the original Apple-1 computer back in 1976, as well as co-create the world famous Breakout game for the Atari platform. He’s also the man who was forced out of Apple in 1985. He then formed NeXT followed by the behemoth of animation that is now Pixar before returning to lead Apple Inc. again into a new age. He is undoubtedly a big miss to the world of technology but you don’t realize just how much he is missed at Apple’s keynote presentations until you watch this clever video that has been put together of him introducing Apple’s “most personal product yet,” the Apple Watch.
We're getting to that time of year where graphic artists start to try and guess what the next iPhone will look like and what features it will contain, with concept art popping up all over the Internet. There are so many new concepts appearing every day that we can't possibly tell you about them all, but when one appears to mimic the design aesthetic of the Apple Watch, we thought you might like to see it.
With the iPhone 6 Plus setting off the Bendgate scandal, the iPhone 5c has stepped in to reassert that Apple makes tough and durable smartphones - to an extent that it may even save your life. One lucky user of this mid-range smartphone has survived being shot at after an iPhone 5c in his pocket managed to bear the brunt of the impact.
On the face of this planet, if there's one service that's truly popular after Facebook, that's Twitter. The microblogging platform has grown into so much more than where it started from, similar to how the largest social network - Facebook - evolved. Twitter has become the number one source for keeping abreast with people from almost all walks of life, especially celebrities. Now, who is a bigger celebrity than the POTUS - President Of The United States - himself? It appears that six years in the office, President Barack Obama finally has his own Twitter account which he will handle directly, and he sent his first tweet using an iPhone, of all devices.
Videos of gadgets being destroyed in strange ways have been around for years now. Whether it be someone blending a smartphone or throwing a game console onto the ground while people line up to buy one, people seem determined to make us cringe as brand new technology meets an untimely end. Some people seem to enjoy it. We’re not sure why.
Concept videos are now part and parcel of the technology industry, and with fans and other interested parties now more than capable of creating highly detailed concept art, some of the resulting works are absolutely stunning. Even if you don’t think they are even remotely close to a real, shipping product you have to at least take your hat off to the work.