With Apple’s iOS changing a lot since it first was shown off to the public back in 2007 under the old name iPhone OS. Back in the day, when the App Store was never invented, users only had a handful of apps to play with – SMS, Calendar, YouTube and Safri Web Browser are a few you could use, but really those where basically the only apps you had. But at that time in 2007 having those apps was pretty advanced, when you pair them with one of the more fluid and well designed operating systems going against Symbian, Windows Mobile, Palm OS and BlackBerry, with the aid of it superior multitouch capabilities. Below is a very detailed infographic provided by 7 Day Shop, which [...]
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The iOS came through 6 different versions before the final major changes which came in the iOS 7 now, and Apple has done quite a lot of changes in the interface. Apple had been called innovative since its initial days, and there’s no difference in the recognition, but the recent version got some criticism too, due to the simpler interface that they introduced with this version.
The first version of the iOS had started off with a standard black background and the apps limited to just 11 in the list, with no App Store! The next version brought that and that’s where the actual evolution started. Apps like Youtube and Compass started from the [...]
The new iMac
The new iMac Lineup was announced today at Apple’s media event. And to say the new models are extraordinary would be an understatement. The new computers are 80% thinner than the previous generation of iMacs, and the screen has 75% less reflection that the previous version. Apple also introduces a new hybrid “fusion drive”.