Back in 2013, famed audio company Bang & Olufsen unveiled the BeoLab 17 set of speakers. Well if you liked what you saw, you might be interested to learn that Bang & Olufsen have recently given the speakers a makeover, which will now be available in a black aluminum finish which we have to admit looks pretty awesome.
For those who might have missed the announcement last year, the BeoLab 17 speakers will feature a custom 6-inch mid-range driver, a 3/4-inch tweeter, two 160-watt amplifiers that will all be powered by the company’s digital sound engine. The speakers can also be positioned in different ways. Read full post →Bang & Olufsen’s BeoLab 17 Speakers Get A Black Aluminum Makeover
With the introduction of the iPhone 5s, Apple also introduced the A7 chip which was the first 64-bit mobile chipset found on iOS devices. Many had initially criticized Apple’s efforts claiming that there was no point, although fast forward to today, we are seeing more manufacturers starting to adopt 64-bit chipsets and using it in their products.
That being said, Apple is hoping to push the 64-bit system and according to a recent post on the Apple Developer website (via AppleInsider), Apple is asking developers to ensure that all their apps have 64-bit support by the 1st of February 2015, which basically gives developers about a little over three months to get their apps updated and ready with 64-bit support. Read full post →Apple Asking Developers To Update Apps With 64-bit Support By February 2015