by Jaime Rivera | June 11, 2015 8:49 PM
Apple's WWDC is still a topic to discuss, given the event extends throughout the week, and as more presentations continue, we get to learn more about what Apple is building into its new software platforms. iOS 9 has proven to be a true gem so far, with much cooler hidden features than the ones that were announced at the event. Today we discover a new feature to come, and this could mean big news for iPad users. iOS 9 brings a brand new Cocoa Touch, which for those not familiar is the underlying UI framework used by software programs that run on iOS. This new update reduces the ...
by Jaime Rivera | January 19, 2015 2:46 PM
Many of us miss the old days of the Windows Mobile and Palm stylus, something that Apple single-handedly killed with the iPhone. Still, it would be unfair to forget that the Apple Newton was one of the first products to feature such a concept, and we have seen companies like Samsung succeed in making the stylus something smarter. Recent patents showed us that Apple has been considering building a stylus for the masses, but under a very different concept to what we currently see in the market. KGI's Ming-Chi Kuo gained a lot of fame for some of the recent iPhone 6 predictions. In a new ...
by Jaime Rivera | January 28, 2014 1:36 PM
Even though the stylus dates back to the old Apple Newton, and almost every single piece of smart technology that followed, we all remember that Steve Jobs wasn't a fan of it. One of his biggest arguments with the iPhone was that our fingers could do a better job, and that has proven to be true in most cases, but not all. Samsung has shown us how a smarter stylus can do wonders with its note line-up, and it seems Apple now wants a piece of that pie. Apple's new patent for the iPen envisions a device with an orientation sensor, in order to determine the direction and type of scribble you're ...
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