Tag Archive: Displays

Woz Says He Wants Apple To Make An iWatch And iPhones With Bigger Displays

Woz believes Siri went downhill the day Apple bought it.Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is one to shy away from sharing his opinions on the state of Apple, but rather than giving a speech on the advice he would impart to Tim Cook, Woz recently shared his Apple product wishlist that includes wearable computers and bigger displays. During a recent interview with Reuters, Woz says […]

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iOS 7 Now Displays Super Long iMessages In Full Screen Mode

iOS7textexpander  We all have at least one friend who is just verbose as hell on iMessage. Like, dude just doesn’t get the fact that you don’t want to read a novella about how the Chipotle burrito roller lady ripped his tortilla twice, so he sends his 1852 character rant to you like it’s an honor […]

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2014′s MacBook Pros Could Get 24 Hour Battery Life Thanks To IGZO Displays

DSC_7479We’ve been hearing for years now about Apple’s never-quite-realized intentions to ship devices featuring Sharp IGZO displays. Now a new report says they’re coming to the 2014 MacBook line. IGZO displays are cool technology. This is very simplistic, every LCD panel is made up of a bunch of pixels, and behind those pixels, there’s a […]

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Mirror Displays on the Mac with a Keyboard Shortcut

Display mirroring in Mac OS X with a keyboard shortcut Ever needed to quickly mirror a Mac display, switching another screen from an extended desktop to the mirrored image of what’s on the primary screen? Sure, you can visit the System Preference Display panel and fumble around in settings, but there is a much easier and faster way to toggle display mirroring with just a simple keyboard shortcut.

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Reuters: Apple Considering Bigger iPhones With 4.7-Inch & 5.7-Inch Displays


While competing smartphone manufacturers are producing devices in a whole host of different sizes, Apple’s iPhone has had only two screen sizes in its six-year history. But according to four sources with knowledge of Apple’s plans, who have been speaking to Reuters, the Cupertino company is “considering” iPhones with 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch displays.

It is also said to be working on a cheaper iPhone that will come in a range of different colors.

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OS X Mavericks Includes Giant Wallpaper For 27-Inch Retina Displays


With every new OS X release comes a fancy new wallpaper, and for Mavericks, Apple has provided us with a beautiful shot of an ocean wave. And it’s even more beautiful when you put it on a high-resolution display, because it was a whopping 5120×2880 resolution. In fact, it’s the perfect size for a 27-inch Retina iMac or Thunderbolt display.

The Mavericks wallpaper is twice the size of Apple’s current 27-inch display, which  [Read More…]

Retina iPad Mini On Track For June/July Production, Will Use LG Displays, Not Samsung [Analyst]

Will you be upgrading?

Will you be upgrading?

In yet another projection, DisplaySearch analyst Richard Shim told CNET today that the second version of the amazing iPad Mini will indeed have a retina display, and that LG will be the main supplier of the pixel-packed screen, instead of Samsung.

“Samsung is currently not in the iPad Mini and they won’t be in the next generation. LGD is becoming a much bigger supplier  [Read More…]

Ecoute For iPhone Now Displays Missing Artwork, Works With Launch Center Pro


Ecoute is one of the best third-party music players for iPhone, and it just got a whole lot better thanks to its latest update. In addition to the ability to download missing artwork, it also has a new feature, and supports a new URL scheme that allows it to play nicely with Launch Center Pro.

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What Will Apple Use Flexible Displays For? Everything!


Apple is working on the use of flexible-glass touch displays. Which products will Apple use flexible displays in?

The answer is: all of them.

When people think about flexible displays, they think about small-screen gadgets like iWatches and curved-glass iPhones. What most don’t realize is that flexible displays can bring some amazing benefits to a device, even if the display itself isn’t curved.

And Apple has patents on all of it.

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Apple Now Displays App Store Age Ratings Right Next To App Icons


Apple has made a small change to the way in which App Store age ratings are displayed to make them a little easier to find. They’re now displayed alongside app icons on iOS devices — just under the name of the developer — so they’re not so easy to miss when you’re downloading new apps.

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