Today begins Apple's 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco and is the much-anticipated day we'll hear new announcements from Apple during its keynote address, beginning 10 a.m. Pacific time.
Apple has confirmed it will be live streaming the address. And in Apple's usual fashion, you'll need at least one of the company's products to watch it. To watch on the web, you'll need Safari 4 or later and a Mac OS X v10.6 or later. Here's the link to tune in: apple.com/apple-events/june-2013.
You also can watch it on AppleTV. So if you're the lucky owner of the streaming device, you can watch the keynote on the "Apple Events" channel, which appeared earlier this morning.
Yes, you heard right! This weekend, our very own Editor in Chief, Alex Cequea, will be attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the longest speech marathon, currently held at 33 hours and 46 minutes.
Cequea has chosen to take on this crazy feat on his birthday, beginning 11 a.m. Saturday, June 8 and ending 11:30 p.m. Sunday, June 9 at the convention center in Fairfield, Iowa. All of the topics during the 36-hour event will be based on themes from his own life, including his family’s journey from poverty in Venezuela to realizing the American Dream.
As promised earlier today, Otterbox CEO Brian Thomas has shared an exciting announcement during his keynote address at the annual CTIA tradeshow on the iZone Innovation Stage powered by iPhone Life magazine.
Thomas announced that Otterbox—a leading protective case makers for global handheld devices—has acquired LifeProof, another top company in its class that specializes in waterproof gear.
According to iPhone Life magazine CEO David Averbach, this announcement has huge implications for the future of not only the company, but of the industry.
“This move adds substantially to the Otterbox legacy and solidifies the company’s hold on the case market,” said Averbach.
iPhone Life is very excited to be partnering with The Wireless Association—CTIA 2013 to bring iOS-related programming for two days to the iZone Innovation Stage in Las Vegas. We've had a great lineup of sessions exclusively for CTIA attendees, but today we have a special treat for you.
You can get a rare LIVE look directly from the CTIA iZone and join our keynote speaer, Otterbox CEO Brian Thomas, as he delivers an exciting announcement. Watch the LIVE stream HERE today, May 22 at 5 p.m. Eestern Time or 2 p.m. Pacific Time.
Dear Mr. Gingrich,
Thank you for your brave efforts to rename the cell phone, a device you so aptly call your "handheld computer."
As you explain in your video, “If it’s taking pictures, it’s not a cell phone. If it has a McDonalds app that tells you the closest McDonalds based on your GPS location, that’s not a cell phone.”
This is something we take very seriously at iPhone Life magazine. We’re sorry you’ve been taking flak for your insightful video. But take comfort in that you've fulfilled your mission to generate discussion of new names. “Federation Hand Widget” came out of the comments section today, and be honest, would you have been able to think of that on your own?
We hear the debate often—which mobile operating system is better, Apple's iOS or Google's Android? If you follow tech news and blogs, most likely you've seen the numbers broken down every way possible. And while this new infographic is not unique in that it pits iOS and Android against each other, the "war" isn't over market share or user experience— it's about app revunue. The graphic, designed by Ben Moss, editor of WebdesignerDepot, offers a very useful comparison for the so-called starving developer.
With more than a billion smartphones now in circulation worldwide, it comes as some surprise that one in three developers live below the “app poverty line,” unable to support themselves from their apps. But the 7 percent of developers living the dream, making more than $10,000 per month off a single app, keep others strategizing to do the same. That strategy starts with choosing a platform.
As the annual CTIA trade show in Las Vegas draws near, iPhone Life is proud to announce it has partnered with CTIA to sponsor the 18,000-square-foot Apple oasis — the iZone powered by iPhone Life magazine. Along with displays of the newest Apple-specific wireless gadgets, the first-ever special exhibit area also will house the iZone Innovation Stage. iPhone Life has two days of great presentations lined up you won’t want to miss!
Buying a case is perhaps the most obvious way to customize your mobile device. While you can doctor your own ringtone, wallpapers, and settings, a case can offer distinctive looks and features to best fit your use of your device. I have yet to meet anyone (myself included) whose love of his or her iPhone 5 doesn't verge on obsession. So why not make your coveted device reflect your individuality?
In this review, I will share details about two well-designed iPhone cases, each serving different functions. Both cases were part of iPhone Life's recent video contest, where we gave cases away to contestants who submitted the best, most convincing parody of an Apple ad.
Hype is building as Google prepares to release its new "augmented reality" eyewear, Google Glass. While the device is bound to break new ground, this infographic by greatbusinessschools.org focuses on the gamble Google is willing to make in order to pioneer an emerging industry of wearable technology.
The graphic, compiled from recent media reports, outlines the main areas of potential concern; the device's reliance on users' data connection, look and feel, price point, and privacy concerns.
The rumored low-cost iPhone is more tangible than ever with these high-definition renderings of the device, dubbed “iPhone lite” by the images’ anonymous sources.
The renderings corroborate many of the rumors circulating in many media sites, such as a report from the Wall Street Journal Tuesday saying the low-cost iPhone is in development, will have a 4-inch display, and a plastic shell. WSJ predicted the iPhone 5S will be released in July and the budget iPhone in the second half of the year.