by Jules Wang | May 9, 2016 1:09 PM
We know the X, we know the Y, but we've yet to find about the Z. That's the information we can glean off of a NowhereElse.fr leak of a computer-aided design render that should represent an iPhone 7 (pictured right). The enlarged camera port on top — which should make for a pretty intense bump on the back, by the way — was first seen on another CAD leak from design subcontractor Catcher. But the major spec in this picture is the dimensions — 138.3mm by 67.12mm — which are almost the exact same as the iPhone 6s and not too far off from the iPhone 6's Y by X. What we don't know is ...
by Taylor Martin | September 22, 2014 5:20 PM
Over the last few years, smartphones have evolved to accommodate for new use cases, primarily multimedia consumption – gaming, watching YouTube videos and movies, and browsing the web. As a result smartphones have grown from less than 4-inches in size to an average rapidly approaching the 5-inch threshold. Apple is one of the very last to jump on the larger smartphone bandwagon. Its last increase in size was from a 3.5-inch display to a 4-inch display, adding only vertical dimension and pixels to the existing panel. That wasn't enough, though. Other smartphones dwarfed the iPhone 5 and ...
by Taylor Martin | November 1, 2013 6:56 PM
Apple's new iPad is thinner, lighter, and narrower than last year's model. It claims the iPad Air is an impressive 28 percent lighter and 20 percent thinner. We unboxed the iPad Air earlier today, but it's still quite difficult to visualize just how much smaller this new iPad truly is. To help with that, like in the past, we've taken some of the common items and many popular tablets and smartphones from around the office to compare with the new iPar Air. So if you're wondering just how big the physical footprint of Apple's latest is, take a gander at the video below. Also, be sure to stay ...
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