Several months ago, shortly after the late Apple co-founder and former CEO, Steve Jobs, passed away, the first movie covering his life was announced. ‘Jobs’ would see Ashton Kutcher take on the role of Steve Jobs, more due to his striking resemblance than his acting skills, a uproaring of negatvity ensued.
Today has been quite an eventful day in the technosphere. HTC has unveiled a new variant of the HTC One running stock Android, Samsung finally made the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini official, Microsoft announced Windows 8.1, Apple launched the new Apple iPod Touch 16GB which lacks a rear camera and Huawei’s next Windows Phone 8…
Scrolling through recent patents from the Cupertino giant, I came across an interesting one; a patent describing a secondary wearable device that connects to your primary device to process voice commands and access a wide range of services. What makes it interesting is the mention of it being a wrist watch.
Apple has been granted a patent detailing augmented reality technology and some new innovations from the company. The patent for “Synchronized, interactive augmented reality displays for multifunction devices” was applied for back in 2010 and may be the key to Apple’s next generation of innovative products.
Rumors of a more affordable iPhone have been circulating for years, it was dubbed the iPhone Mini, most probably due to the iPod Mini and more recently the iPad Mini, but a more affordable iPhone doesn’t necessarily have to be a cheaper one, at least if recent rumors are to be believed.