Apple have officially announced that its new $5 billion (£4 billion) Apple campus will be open to employees from April. The tech giant said that it will take over 6 months to move more than 12,000 staff to the new campus, which is set on a 175-acre site, Apple said in their words.
The ring-shaped facility , Apple campus is called “Apple Park,” is several months behind schedule. Construction on the main building and the surrounding parkland will continue over the summer, Apple said
The company said that the Apple park will feature with a visitor’s centre with an Apple Store, a cafe that’s open to the public, a 100,000 sq ft fitness centre, research and [...]
Apple has joined the Wireless Power Consortium (WPC) which is in the industry group of developing iPhone wireless charging feature standard. Apple is following Samsung as we have seen them pioneering the feature with its flagship smartphones and Apple doesn’t want to be left out in that aspect as rumours have always been flying that the company have been working on the iPhone 8 wireless charging feature for its next iPhone and this latest report on the company’s alliance with the wireless industry group adds more weight to the rumours about the iPhone 8 wireless charging capability. Wireless Consortium listed Apple on its website as one of its member alongside other [...]
In a new twist of events, reports are emerging that the iPhones we will be seeing next year will be the 1Phone 7s and 7s plus. If you are tech savvy, then you will know that there have been heavy rumors about an upcoming iPhone 8, but this news changes everything we have heard and are looking forward to.
This information that broke out on a blog known as Macrotak credits the source of this information as a Taiwanese parts supplier that apparently supplies parts to Apple. The iPhone 7s and 7s plus are going to be updates of the iPhone 7 and 7 plus with the only difference being the A11 chipset that will be used in both devices. The report also dismisses any rumour of [...]
Enter the HyperDrive — an all-in-one Kick starter project that hopes to replicate all of the ports that are missing on the current MacBook Pro in a single product. Since Apple’s MacBook system only supports Thunderbolt 3 by default, Apple’s solution to the problem has been to push users towards a variety of dongles for replacing various aspects of Mac functionality. There’s nothing intrinsically wrong with dongles, but using 2-4 of them on a machine supposedly engineered for svelte lines and simple user experiences doesn’t sit well with many users.
The HyperDrive includes support for HDMI output (1080p and 4K@30Hz), Thunderbolt 3 [...]