With every new iPhone that Apple puts out there, each device gets faster and faster due to the new hardware and technological advances that Apple has made. Perhaps we might not be able to notice it or feel it, but if you’re wondering just how fast Apple’s iPhones have gotten over the years, then you might be interested in checking out the video above.

The video above was put together by the folks at EverythingApplePro on YouTube. Basically what they did was they took every single iPhone that Apple has ever made and lined them up just to see how far Apple has progressed since the first iPhone was introduced. What this means is that we are looking at the iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, and the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Read full post →iPhone Speed Test Compares Every iPhone Apple Has Ever Made



samsung logo 5 640x337So we know that Samsung is working on a new series of handsets that will follow in the footsteps of the Samsung Galaxy Alpha. So far we have heard the rumors of devices like the SM-A300, SM-A500, and now thanks a recent sighting on Indian import/export website Zauba (via SamMobile), the SM-A700 has surfaced as well.

Now the SM-A700 is one of the rumored trio of devices that Samsung is working on as part of its A-series of handsets, but this is the first time that the device has been spotted. Unfortunately the listing on Zauba does not give anything away, except for the fact that the device does exist. Read full post →Samsung SM-A700 Reportedly Makes Its Way To India For R&D


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When you want to prevent unauthorized access to your phone, all you’d have to do is setup a passcode, or in some cases and with some phones, you can use fingerprint scanning as well. However a new Kickstarter project for a device called SALT is hoping to take security to the next level.

Basically the SALT card is a credit card-sized card. The card will pair with your device via Bluetooth and basically as long as the card and phone are within range of each other, PIN or passcodes won’t have to be entered. The card will also have a feature in which you will be able to limit some of your phone’s functions if the card is not within range. Read full post →SALT Card Offers A New Way Of Securing Your Smartphone


sony xperia z3According to a report from last week, we know that the recently announced Sony Xperia Z3 handsets will be making their way to the US soon. Now the good news is that if you had your eyes on the Xperia Z3 and wanted to get it subsidized from a carrier, you will be pleased to learn that T-Mobile will be carrying the device.

According to a tweet by T-Mobile’s senior product official Des, it seems that the handset will be making its way to the carrier’s network in the near future. Des’ tweet is in response to a question from a customer who was wondering if T-Mobile will be carrying the handset and when it would arrive. Read full post →T-Mobile Expects The Sony Xperia Z3 In The Next Few Weeks


sprint lg g3 vigor press 0 640x480Heads up AT&T users, if you are interested in getting your hands on the LG G3 Vigor, you will be pleased to learn that AT&T will be carrying the device on the 26rd of September, which is this Friday. The carrier had previously announced that they will be offering the device, but did not mention when it would be available or how much it will cost.

Well now we know when it will be released and according to AT&T, the handset will be priced at $100 with a new two-year contract. Alternatively for those who’d rather not be tied to a contract, the carrier will also be offering the handset for purchase unlocked at $334.99, which we guess is relatively affordable if you don’t want to splash your cash on a high-end handset. Read full post →LG G3 Vigor Arriving On AT&T 26th September


google flights track 640x561Everyone loves cheap flights and a good deal as it allows people to travel to places that might have otherwise been too expensive to fly to, right? While there are ways to keep track of flight prices and to find yourself the best deal, Google appears to want to make that job a little easier and more convenient for Android users.

According to a report from Android Police, it seems that Google has rolled out a new Google Now card that allows users to track flight prices for a particular destination. The card, as you can see in the screenshot above, will display the prices and the fluctuations so that you will know that perhaps today’s deal is cheaper than a few days ago. Read full post →New Google Now Card Will Keep Track Of Flight Ticket Price Changes


iPad air review 5 640x426There have been rumors that suggests that Apple could be gearing up for an iPad launch in October. While the 21st of October is a date that has been floated, it apparently will not be happening, but perhaps another date could be likely which is what Taiwan’s Commerical Times (via MacRumors) seems to think.

According to the report, they claim that Apple is expected to launch the new iPad Air 2 in October and that it is scheduled to enter production this month. Unfortunately they did not mention any specific dates so we guess we’ll just have to keep our eyes peeled. However the report goes on to note that the there is a chance the third-gen iPad mini might not launch alongside the iPad Air 2. Read full post →iPad Air 2 Launching In October, Third-Gen iPad Mini In 2015 [Rumor]


Android application package file commonly known as an APK (.apk) file is the format of installable files on Android platform. Every application you have installed or want to install on your Android device has the .apk extension or file format.

You can install applications from the Google Play Store or even the Amazon AppStore but there are also methods that let you install applications directly on your Android device without having to install any application Market. Even installing Amazon AppStore on a non-Kindle device requires you to install the APK file for the AppStore directly. Read full post →How To Install APK Files: Sideloading on Android


apple logo 640x359Is there a brand that you might associate with being “cool”? We suppose at the end of the day it really boils down to personal preference and taste. For some a streetwear brand could be considered “cool”, while others might think that a company that produces supercars could be considered “cool” as well.

However according to the CoolBrands list, it looks like Apple has managed to snag the title of the coolest brand for the third year in the row, putting them ahead of other brands such as Aston Martin, Nike, Google, YouTube, Chanel, and so on. The votes were cast by 2,000 consumers along with a panel of 37 people who were deemed “key influencers”. Read full post →Apple Snags “Coolest Brand” Title For Third Year In A Row


foxconn factory 680x3821 640x359Earlier this year it was reported that one of Apple’s assembly partners, Foxconn, had announced that they will be deploying robots called Foxbots to help assemble Apple’s new iPhones. Presumably with the aid of these Foxbots that the production of the new iPhones would be faster, but unfortunately that does not seem to be the case.

According to a report from the Taiwanese media, it seems that Foxconn’s CEO Terry Guo is not particularly pleased by the efficiency of the company’s new Foxbots as they have failed to meet his expectations. Apparently the first-gen Foxbots fell short in terms of efficiency and flexibility Read full post →Foxconn’s Foxbots Reportedly Not Performing Up To Scratch