Another Apple Original TV Series?

Guess what you never knew you wanted until now?


A non-scripted Apple backed TV series, created with, that will, ahem, ‘spotlight the app economy’.


So vague, so weird, and yet, so intriguing?


It’s Apple, so obviously, there’s no more information. Well, a teeny bit. It was originally conceived by Ben Silverman who is an executive producer on shows like Jane the Virgin, The Biggest Loser, Marco Polo, and Flaked.


This will be alongside Apple’s other TV foray – a series called Vital Signs that will star Beats co-founder and Apple executive Dr. Dre.


Intriguing cross promotion, Apple. Intriguing and weird.




New Apple Watch bands available now!

You can now swankify your Apple Watch with the new Apple Watch bands that were Introduced in Apple’s recent ‘Loop you in’ event.


The Woven Nylon bands, ($49) in Gold/Red, Gold/Royal Blue, Royal Blue, Pink, Pearl, Scuba Blue, and Black, are available alongside updated  Sport Bands, Modern Buckles, Leather Loops, and Classic Buckles and a new Black Milanese Loop.




You can purchase them in-store after walking in, or you can check stock online, grab the tasty Apple band morsel you desire, buy it, and then pick up in-store.


Of course, there’s always a bit of a wait on some new items. Because Apple. This time, you’re most likely looking at waiting patiently on the 38mm Scuba Blue and Gold/Red Woven Nylon bands.




Future Tech of the week! Mighty streaming music

Mighty is the first and only device that lets you stream music without being connected to a smartphone.





Yup. You get music streaming, and you don’t have to carry your phone. Hello runners, walkers, general-exercising-and-traveling people? This is for you.


It’s a lightweight device that you can clip onto your clothing that has bluetooth and WiFi that can play 48 hours of music without any internet connection.


Sound good? How about if we tell you that it’s only $79.


Really good? Yup.






The first version of Mighty is aiming to integrate with Spotify initially with other streaming music services added later. 2,951 backers pledged $300,101 to help bring this project to life on Kickstarter, and you can pre-order now!





Japanese emoticons are all the rage now

How do you make your texts that one step up to being above uber cool? JAPANESE EMOTICONS. It’s the thing right now. We think.


@(・●・)@ to *\(^o^)/*.


Open Settings > General > Keyboard > Add New Keyboard > Japanese >Kana.



Go for it! Just be careful if you’re sending texts to someone who actually reads Kana, cos you know, who knows what you might be saying.




Happy Easter Friends!

Happy Easter to all those who celebrate!

If you’re chilling out eating some delicious candy eggs, or taking some time out from talking politics with family members, here’s some Apple ads for you to watch!












and then, after al that gleamy Apple goodness, have some chocolate science knowledge in your FACE! Mmmm chocolate





Happy Easter friends!



Did you miss the Apple Event? Watch it now!

Were you doing something else last Tuesday morning? Working? Partying? We got you! Apple has the whole thing covered on their YouTube page.


It is an hour long so while for some it may be perfect weekend viewing, for others perhaps making it into a drinking game might be in order?


Whichever way you like to watch things, enjoy, and happy Weekend!








Kickstarter of the Week! Misafes Panoramic camera!

Panoporter: World’s First Live Chat 360° Video Camera. Whaat. This ish is crazy.







Whether you use it for security or for video conferencing or just for the fun-ness of VR, this camera is the future. We’re talking 24/7 live video chat, streaming and recording in a 360 degree HD view. We’re talking no monthly fees, cos that would be dumb.


We’re talking groundbreaking single lens technology, and the ability to can record up to 2 weeks of footage remotely on a 64 GB micro SD card.


We told you, this ish is crazy, crazy good.
Technical Specifications for those playing at home:


Panoramic 360 Degree Pictures and Videos
Zoom: 4x Digital
Motion Detection
One Click Screenshot
Focal length: 1.1 mm
Sensitive Area: 0.85 m
Video Format: MPEG
Frame Rate: 5-30
Network: WIFI 802.11b/g/n
Supports up to 64G SD card
Resolution: 1080p (1920*1080) @30fps
Video Encoding: MPEG/H.264
Frame rate:5~30


This is a Kickstarter that has raised $24,485  so far, with 13 days to go to reach their $30,000 goal.  Spend $89 to get one for yourself! Let’s get this baby Kickstarted!


Check out the website!






iPhone rumor!

Upcoming iPhone models will reportedly have OLED screens as early as 2017, according to reports. The screens will most likely be made by Samsung and LG – with Apple apparently signing a $12 million dollars to secure the deal.


OLED means Organic Light-emitting diode. Essentially, it means thinner, lighter, more power efficient and more flexible screened iPhones coming our way.


We like all those things!


Samsung already use OLED technology, and Apple does too – on the Apple Watch.


If these reports are incorrect, we can still probably expect OLED screens on iPhones, just maybe not as soon.




Apple’s predicted iPhone lineup gets bigger

So, this year we’re expecting a 4-inch iPhone named the iPhone SE, and 3 models of the iPhone 7 – ( iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and possibly iPhone Pro).


Amid all that, there appears a rumor of another iPhone model that may appear in 2017-18. A 5.8-inch model, to be precise. This model will incorporate another rumor floating around – an OLED screen.



The iPhone 7 models that are expected in the fall will most likely have a thinner body, flush rear camera, and stereo speakers, and – no 3.5-mm headphone jack.


The iPhone Pro, if a reality, will feature a dual-lens rear camera.


What’s your perfect iPhone size?




Use Applepay to pay for your gas!

You can now pay for your gas at more than 6000 ExxonMobile stations, across 46 states, using Apple Pay. By the end of the year, you c=will be able to use the payment service in almost all of their 10,000 locations in the U.S.


Now, before you rush off to test it yourself – there’s a little difference in how you use Apple Pay at these locations. You’ll need the ExxonMobile app (it’s free).


Now you can go test it out. Let us know how it goes!