It’s not like you can ever find the app you’re looking for on your various home screens anyway, so why not do something fancy with those icons instead? Like, making your home screen an expression of your inner chakra, man. In this week’s Cult of Mac Magazine, we’ll show you some amazing tweaks for your […]
For about 25 years Apple has made its home at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino, California. But now Apple has a new headquarters: Apple Park. Apple Park is sometimes referred to as “the spaceship” or Apple Campus 2. It’s a state of the art campus featuring unique glass buildings including a circular main building dubbed […]
This is the future tech that will replace whiteboards as we know it.
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By now, most of you have probably know of Waymo, Google’s (or should I say Alphabet’s) self-driving tech company. You probably also know that self-driving cars have a metric crapton of sensors and tech on board, all of which is necessary to ensure that everyone stays safe. But if you were looking for a more visual representation of how exactly Waymo’s cars see things, you might want to check the company’s latest video out.
Waymo’s new 360-degree video uses incredible visuals to explain how its self-driving tech works was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Friends, HomePod is even better than the hype, it’s one of the best products Apple’s ever made. Don’t miss our discussion on The CultCast. Plus: HomePod vs. the rivals; the big HomePod flaw you need to know about (one Apple is trying to downplay); how Apple plans to revamp their future software; and is another […]
The iPhone X was not only the highest selling smartphone in Q4, 2017 but it also helped Apple to capture a staggering 51 percent of the global smartphone revenue. This means that Apple’s smartphone revenue for the last quarter of 2017 was more than the entire smartphone industry combined. Continue reading
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For the first time ever, Apple’s iPhone captured more than half of all global smartphone revenues in a single quarter, outperforming the rest of the industry on the strength of the premium-priced iPhone X.
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Before phones with the Snapdragon 845 chipset hit the market, Qualcomm is offering a taste of its performance with a Qualcomm Reference Design platform. The new chip uses new CPU core designs based on Cortex-A75 and A55. There’s four of each in the Snapdragon 845, but they are no longer split in two separate clusters. This is the first SoC to support DynamIQ, which allows for a finer voltage/frequency control. The max frequency was increased to 2.8GHz (for the big cores), up from 2.47GHz on the Snapdragon 835. No maker ran the 835 at max clock speed though and we expect the same this…
AT&T this week launched its latest in a string of buy one get one (BOGO) offers on some of the hottest flagship devices currently available — including Apple’s high-end iPhone X.
Eligible customers will for a limited time be able to snatch up a [heavily discounted] iPhone X when they purchase another and both devices are financed for their entire value on an AT&T Next installment plan.
“Buy an iPhone X and get an iPhone X on us when you buy both on AT&T Next* with eligible wireless service, including the first line at $ 45/mo. and the second line at $ 20/mo., after discounts*,” the large print reads, before launching into all the fine print details as outlined below.
- The current promo is, as always, a limited time offering. And while devices like the 64 GB and 256 GB iPhone X (at $ 1,000 and $ 1,150, respectively) are by far the best deals to be had, customers can alternatively choose any combination of iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X to meet their needs.
- Under the terms of AT&T’s Next monthly installment plan, the retail price of both devices would be divided into monthly installments, with taxes on the full retail price of both handsets due at the time of purchase.
- Well qualified customers are required to buy both devices on AT&T’s 0% interest monthly installment plan, for which the carrier quotes the following monthly prices:
- iPhone X — up to $ 47.92/mo. for 24 months, or $ 38.34/mo. for 30 months
- iPhone 8 Plus — up to $ 39.59/mo. for 24 months, or $ 31.67/mo. for 30 months
- iPhone 8 — up to $ 35.42/mo. for 24 months, or $ 28.34/mo. for 30 months
- Both handsets will require postpaid voice and data service provided by AT&T — with plans starting as low as $ 65/mo. for new customers who also opt into autopay and paperless billing.
- AT&T’s terms additionally require that customers pay $ 75/mo. on their first two bills. The discount supposedly goes into effect only by the third billing cycle.
- Existing AT&T customers, meanwhile, can also take part in this promo by adding onto or reconfiguring their eligible wireless plan.
For more information about this promotion and to see if you qualify, be sure to head over to AT&T’s website and get the full scoop.