As I’m sure you’ve noticed, this past couple of weeks has been incredibly busy for us here at TiP. With the iPhone launch event and subsequent release, it’s been non-stop. But that doesn’t mean it’s been all about the new iPhones. This week’s biggest stories – of course – include some of our iPhone 5s and 5c features, but also feature an interesting iOS 7 inspired OS X concept, news of a new lock screen vulnerability and a massive comparison between every single iPhone ever released. As always, headlines are links to the original articles.
A video uploaded to YouTube showed every generation of iPhone lined up and made subject to the ultimate iPhone speed test comparison. In some ways it surprised me, with older devices booting up quicker than new ones, in other areas it was predictable.
Apple iPhone 5s is the most forward-thinking iPhone yet. It’s not just a marketing gimmick. It’s the truth. Check out the review to find out why.
One question often asked is whether or not Apple will eventually merge OS X and iOS to be exactly the same operating system. While that’s unlikely, this awesome concept shows what OS X would look like if it took on iOS 7’s design language.
Which of the two new iPhones is best? Short answer: Both. But for two different reasons. Check out the full comparison to find out why I think both are brilliant devices.
Lastly, someone else has decided to waste their time finding another “vulnerability” in iOS 7. If any regular person can pull this off, and has the time to do so, I’d be very surprised.