3D-printed and ready for action. with Mike at AOL TechCrunch HQ – View on Path.
This is so wonderful. People are just really awesome.
They could release a revolutionary 60-inch 4K TV for $99 with built-in nanobots to assemble and dispense free smartwatches, and people would complain that it should cost $49 and the nanobots aren’t open enough.
Marco Arment, correctly calling out the current pessimism surrounding Apple in the press (and on Wall Street) while also arguing for an “iPhone 6” moniker for the next iPhone — or really anything but the “iPhone 5S”. (via parislemon)
This. But, no, seriously, this. Read it. Think about it. Is it not the most truthful thing that you’ve read today?
Um, mission accomplished.
Massive love for Tumblr iOS app.
Loving it is easy. That’s why so many people do.
…Or maybe it’s the growing sentiment that Android itself is finally getting closer to iOS/iPhone and maybe even surpassing it in some ways.
Of course… we seem to hear that every year. Gingerbread was going to be the version of Android that was better than iOS. Then it was going to be Honeycomb (Android tablets were finally going to take off!). Then Ice Cream Sandwich. Now Jelly Bean. Later this year, we’ll hear the same about Key Lime Pie (or whatever it will be called).
- MG Siegler
Adding “fuck” right now so I can stop sending fucking “duck”.
Hmm. I’ve never had “fuck” correct to “duck” on my iPhone.
I really want this case. Like actually.
This is such a sick case. Like, this might just be better than the two-tone back.
And continuing on the Marco Arment front, he’s also predicting that Apple will indeed do a 5-inch iPhone (well, technically a 4.94-inch one):
An iPhone Plus almost as big as a Galaxy Note isn’t ideal for many people, but it doesn’t need to be quite that large to accommodate a 4.94” screen. It’s clear that other manufacturers have found designs and techniques to make larger-screened phones require smaller bezels. Apple could achieve similar results and shrink the “forehead” and “chin” even further, limited primarily by the size of the Home button and the desire to keep the forehead and chin equal height.
A 4.94”-screened iPhone doesn’t sound too ridiculous these days.
Arment’s other mockups are compelling arguments by themselves. I buy the argument, even if I’m not sure I’d buy one.
This would be absolutely wonderful. You have no idea.