I know I’ve been kind of harsh to the iPhone, talking about it’s lack of competency when compared to the competition. But before all that, before Android could remotely have a shot at being the system it is today, there was something better. Something innovative. Something new. 10 Years and 1 day ago, Steve Jobs […]Read More iPhone- Happy 10th Birthday!
We all know that you can’t tell how good a book is from looking from it’s cover. But hey, you can get an idea. And the same goes with phone benchmarks, except, maybe just the taddiest bit…techier. And possibly for that reason, OnePlus modified their 3, 3T, and now, 5, to appear more powerful than […]Read More Strike III- OnePlus cheated on benchmarks. What the hell is happening?
For far less than a Samsung or an iPhone, one can get a generally faster, more innovative, sleeker, and prettier phone from this company called OnePlus. I’ve always been a fan of them, from the very first phone they released. And today, I’ve gotten to be a little bit more sceptical. OnePlus has taken a […]Read More OnePlus 5: Exciting specs, boring phone.
Oppo isn’t the first name you think of when we talk about budget smartphones, and r11 doesn’t really change that. It’s really a shrugged improvement over the R9, featuring an improved Snapdragon 660, paired with 6 Gigs of RAM as it’s most powerful option. The display is the normal 1080p resolution, and the battery level […]Read More Oppo R11: A shrugging iPhone 7.
OnePlus has never been known to be a good secret-keeper. And in this case, they showed off the phone’s appearance before their Keynote Address on June 20th. Tsk, tsk. But more importantly, the new OnePlus 5 looks very similar to the iPhone 7, according to the OnePlus Google Plus account, which posted the look just […]Read More It’s confirmed; the OnePlus 5 will look like an iPhone 7 knockoff.
The iMac Pro, despite what some say, which isn’t the most powerful computer in the world (that goes to the CoreMC), but it IS the first Apple desktop to feature full workstation performance. That’s not a bad thing, but in terms of workstation performance, the Surface Studio (it’s biggest competition), is miles ahead of the […]Read More iMac Pro: Not the most powerful desktop, but still one of the best.
Now, I’m not really that optimistic about Apple. I haven’t been ever since I got my 5c and spent 2 years with it. And after WWDC, my mind didn’t really change about that. I just like what I saw. In the world of services, Apple did bring some new, exiting stuff. The Siri speaker- it […]Read More Why I actually liked what Apple showed off at WWDC this time.
So, let’s start with iPads. Yeah- it’s nothing amazing. They’ve got good multitasking, which once again, barely makes the cut when it comes down to a need in 2017. They’ve got a new chip as well, which makes it 30% faster, but it’s not nearly as much of a “beast” as the Galaxy Tab S3, […]Read More WWDC-Part 2
iOS 11. MacOS. Mac. And right now, I’m wholesomely disappointed, yet vigorously excited. iOS 11 brings a strong plethora of refinements, including a more conversational Siri, better compression in the camera, a redesigned app drawer in Messages, and a new control and notification center. Minute refinements, if you ask me. But to be honest, they […]Read More WWDC- Pretty decent.
I’ve already covered iOS 11, so hours before WWDC, I’m going to talk about iPads. Which won’t be released at WWDC. Here’s the deal- tablets were supposed to kill the computer, but then computers became more user friendly, and now, some of us may be wondering if it’s the end of the road for tablets. […]Read More WWDC 2017: Deal with the hype by talking bout ipads