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October 5, 2012

The Post Steve Jobs Technology Era :Tributes on first death Anniversary



An image illustration  of " Steve Jobs" made from Apple Products



A Video from Apple on Steve Jobs first death anniversary 


Tribute to Steve Jobs from Apple CEO Tim Cook on this first death anniversary 
The Apple domination of Consumer Technology 28 months after the launch of iPhone and iPad




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September 12, 2012

Why iPhone 5 Blows away Competition by miles




The most awaited consumer electronics device this  year unfolded today as Apple launched their much hyped much anticipated iPhone 5 and by the initial reports, iPhone 5 has blown past all expectations and  the latest model is  expected to  cross sales numbers which may be 25% to 40% higher than what the market  had expected. 


Apple's newly unveiled iPhone 5 is the thinnest smartphone on the market and the lightest iPhone yet, all while packing in a taller 4-inch Retina display and high-speed 4G LTE connectivity. It launches first on Sept. 21. 

The new iPhone and iPods are re-formed from the gutsto the skin: Faster processors, faster connection speeds, better cameras, more microphones, new connectors, taller displays, and they’re thinner and lighter to boot. 

The iPhone 5 new screen has 44 percent better color saturation, with full sRGB rendering. Another major feature of the new iPhone is 4G LTE connectivity, which allows for the fastest mobile connections available. The iPhone 5 also sports a dynamic antenna that switches between connections seamlessly. Image capture is said to be 40 percent faster, while a new image processor in the A6 promises to reduce noise and accomplish better color matching. The rear camera will record 1080p high-definition video and has improved video stabilization. The forward-facing FaceTime HD camera also records 720p video, and has backside illumination.


October 6, 2011