This viral image proves that with the right case and a matching carpet, a dropped iPhone can be quite a challenge to find. And you thought Where's Waldo was fun.
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?
Every once in a while you hear about someone who was lucky, or unlucky enough to have a bullet hit their random piece of technology. Often this saves their lives, with them then free to tell the tale of how someone tried to shoot them only for their Palm Pre to take the bullet for them, or any other gadget for that matter. Wonderful stories, all of them, if you take the time out to read the lot.
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.
Somewhere out there we all have that one doppelgänger who's probably thinking the same, but the odds are pretty thin of running into one. However, lose resemblance to someone else is not a rare phenomena and if you really wanna know if you and this other person look alike, Microsoft's new project called Twins Or Not will help you get that second opinion.
Sometimes as the build up to a new iPhone gets to a point of fever pitch we start to see anyone and everyone with some CAD skills rush out to create concept art of what the new device will look like. The whole thing is rather entertaining and sometimes one of the designs end up at least close to what Apple ends up shipping.
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.
For someone not familiar with the iPhone 6, an 8MP smartphone camera shooting a documentary sounds pretty strange. Add Bentley to the mix, and you begin to wonder if someone's pulling off a prank. Well, the luxury car maker has just released a video titled "Intelligent Details: The Bespoke Driving Jacket", and it has been shot entirely using Apple's latest flagship - the iPhone 6.
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.