Schlagwort: iPhone

| WWDC 2013 & iOS7

Can´t wait for the at Apple´s WWDC shortly revealed iOS7 with the brand new look and all great functions & capabilities. Simplicity in industrial design explained by Jonathan Ive. Want to get this user interface also in my car and on my tv. Looks like a big achievement. Combined with the new iPhone 5s Cupertino is making the pace again!…

One more thing? iPhone 5…

Honestly I have to say that the new iOS6 itself makes your old iPhone a brand new phone. A new product experience has arrived. With a great navigation software, panorama camera function, data protection center, „do not disturb“ mode and so much more. Apple has just launched the first 4 TVCs – here is one of them: (c) Apple

Say hello to iPhone 5!

After the Apple press conference on the 12th this month today the pre-order phase has been announced to it´s customer base via e-mail and in the Apple Online Store. A couple of new features: bigger screen, new A6 Processor, iOS6, new 8-pin connector, 8MP iSight Camera, new earphone-system and last but not least highspeed LTE 1800 wireless networks spectrum support.…

The post PC-era.

Just seen: two new tvc´s from Google and Apple. I guess there is no doubt that we have entered the post PC-era. There are several new ways of working out there. I just a question of time for saying good-bye to some stuff of todays workplaces, even on hardware as well on software pieces and it´s functionalities – how we…

Mobile Innovation Timeline.

Great to see what has happened so far in mobile technology. I still remember my first analogue Nokia Talkman which was pretty much like weightlifting. And then when we began in the early 90´s with GSM digital starting with Voice and SMS. Then Ringtones followed by Blackberry E-Mail Push Service and such new products. Today with mobile internet, great smartphones…

Where to smartphone manufacturer?

At the moment the battle is mainly driven by Apple and Samsung. Just watch this new TVC from Samsung USA. It seems to be that the top five are just observing each other and nobody of them wants to make the „first move“ before Apple has released the new iPhone 5. I believe this „strategy“ is quite dangerous as Cupertino…