Recently, in the Internet published a series of photos that even Gizmodo claimed were pictures of the true iPhone 5. Actually they were some excellent renders created by Martin Utrecht in an program known as Rhinoceros-3D.
Martin designed a new iPhone with a larger screen, unique docking solutions at the bottom part (wireless pins and micro USB port or 30 pin solution). The phone has a black back and a metallic ring around the borders. Configuration: 4.1″ screen with 1136 x 7xx quality, an 8 mega-pixel camera at the back, a quad-core Apple A6 CPU, 1GB of RAM and 32GB of storage space.
Include to that the new iOS 6.0 and the Apple Maps app, new Facebook integration. Will Apple shock us with something different this fall? Or will the fresh phone look like this iPhone 5 concept?
Good news for fans of Apple – company is beginning to produce notebooks with Retina displays, which means there are so many pixels on the display.
The negative information is that Retina displays not cheap. The first laptop from Apple with this display will be a 15″ MacBook Pro with a starting price of $2199.
That big price isn’t only for the display screen. The new MacBook Pro additionally has a 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7 CPU, NVIDIA GeForce GT650M graphic card, 8 GB of 1600MHz RAM and 256 GB HDD. Case that measures only 0.71″ thick and weighs less than 4.5 lbs. Battery life
– 7 hrs.
Luis Fonseca had a good concept for an iPad-4, that includes a keyboard and an intriguing style. New iPad is based on different Apple goods combined into a one device.
The iPad-4 features a built in key pad, that slides from the bottom part of the slate. It includes Bang & Olufsen audio speakers, a 12MP Full HD camera, an metal body and the capability to be quickly maintained and recycled. The concept here is to design the perfect notebook alternative and additionally the full tablet-PC. With this innovative gadget, you’ll forever replace the need for a notebook. A mobile HDD is additionally included in this device to keep the data safe.
The development of the MacBook Pro, as imagined by creator Jules Moretti, is this mixed design, the MacPad Pro that combines the touchscreen features of the iPad into both the key pad and main display. Quite simply, essentially you get a pair of iPads hinged together that work in tandem! Just turn the lightweight unit in a “spine up” position to read it like a book.
The ethernet and firewire 800 jacks have been removed to allow for a thinner body allowing room for much more thunderbolt connectors as well as three USB3 ports.