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.
The Apple Watch Hand could be a solution for those struggling with using their new Apple Watch because of their tattooed arms, according to one comedian.
If you happen to be an entirely addicted and overwhelmed Game of Thrones fan who has always wanted nothing more than to catapult yourself into the fictional world of Westeros then prepare to be overcome with absolute delight and sheer excitement. One diehard fan of the American fantasy drama, which of course, is set within the continents of Westeros and Essos, has taken the time to create a highly realistic-looking map of the continent of Westeros, based around an extremely familiar and aesthetically pleasing Google Maps style.
If you take a ride on any subway, sit in a Starbucks coffee shop or just, simply, roam around most places, you'll be sure to see folk completely transfixed to their smartphones, tablets, notebooks, and gadgetry in general. The Digital Age has a firm grip on most of us, and if you're reading this article, there's a good chance that it's caught you too, but while most of us are - admittedly or in denial - smartphone-addicted, one iPhone 7 parody ad imagines a world in which we're literally controlled by our devices.
Samsung has, on more than one occasion, landed itself in hot water for copying the designs of rival Apple, and in the last couple of days, Sammy has been roundly mocked for its new, Apple-esque advertisement. As if the laughing and pointing at Sammy's copycat nature wasn't enough, one clip mocks the Korean company further by introducing the Galaxy S6 Edge using voice-over work from none other than Apple's hardware and software design lead Jony Ive, and the end result is rather amusing to say the least.
There are two things that are always big in geek culture and that's Star Wars and Apple, and with the former having a new movie on the way and the latter having just announced yet more huge sales numbers that both have found themselves at the center of headlines of late. So it's only normal to want to mash them both together in some way, and that's exactly what condept designer Martin Hajek has done.
The Apple Watch is, for many, a wishlist item. Some are unable to afford a smartwatch costing several hundred dollars, while many countries don't even have the thing available to order as yet, and even throughout the handful of launch nations, scores of consumers are still waiting for shipments to arrive in the post. Despite the current state of affairs, there has still been a steady stream of durability videos testing the resolve of the wrist computer, and while some have offered genuine value in gauging the ruggedness of the device, many others have been compiled just because. If you derive entertainment from witnessing the wanton destruction of highly sought-after gadgets, then the clip below should feed your appetite.