While we were all expecting to see a new MacBook Air today, Apple still managed to slip in some surprises. All of the DVICE writers have come together to decide: does the new Air impress, or does it fall short?
Today Apple is holding its Back to the Mac event in San Francisco. Speculation, as usual, is rampant, and all eyes will be on Cupertino starting at 1 p.m. Eastern Time today. For up-to-the-minute updates, follow DVICE on Twitter, where we'll be posting updates as they happen. Better than that, we'll be giving away prizes to one lucky reader.
How does Apple do it? Every time there's a new iPhone, iPad or Mac, it seems like the only company that does gadget design right. That's an exaggeration, but it's undeniable that no other company has defined "tech sexy" the way Apple has. We asked a pair of design experts why everyone else seems to blow it.
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Yesterday, Apple had on of the company's trademark self-lovefests, and if you were following DVICE on Twitter, you got all the news as it was happening (and not minutes after it was happening, which is what people who tuned into the "live" stream saw). One lucky reader got more than that, though.
A source who claims to have handled prototypes of the rumored Verizon iPhone revealed some of its new features to DVICE. Chief among them: a new antenna, which will be a relief to anyone wary of getting an iPhone 4 because of "Antennagate."
You may have heard of the so-called Singularity — the idea that, thanks to technology, we'll soon be able to upload our minds into computers and become, for all intents and purposes, immortal. It's an exciting notion. Even The New York Times likes the idea. There's just one problem: It's a load of bull.
Apple is having a press conference at 1 p.m. Eastern Time today, presumably to address the now notorious reception problem with the iPhone 4. We'll be sending out updates on Twitter as they happen, so check out DVICE's Twitter feed for the news as it breaks.
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In case you haven't heard, Apple is about to announce something. If you want to get updates as they happen, follow us on Twitter for every tiny morsel of iPhone news.