This week’s been all about CES in Las Vegas. Although we couldn’t be there in person, we did catch a few of the best products on show. As well as that, this week’s seen the release of the third developer preview of iOS 7.1. Unlike other betas, there are some striking UI differences. We’ve also seen the internal chassis from a Samsung Galaxy device pretending to be an iPhone leak. It’s been an interesting week. Check out the top stories below:
Kyle dug through iOS 7.1 beta 3 to see what was different from previous versions. Amazingly, there was a lot.
2.Leak claims to show next gen iPhone chassis, we’re not convinced [UPDATE: Suspicion virtually confirmed]
As sketchy leaks go, this is the sketchiest.
Every week, Apple drops an app to $0, and this week it’s Pac-Man. If you’ve never wanted to pay for a pill-munching disk, now’s your chance to grab it for free.
This year’s CES trade show in Las Vegas was all about connected home automation devices and wearable tech. We focussed on the wearable kind. Pebble launched a new smartwatch. Razer, LG and Basis launched some great-looking fitness trackers and MetaWatch rebranded itself as Meta, then showed off some stunning smartwatches designed in collaboration with Frank Nuovo (former Nokia and Vertu designer).
Last but not least, Otterbox launched a new, slim range of cases.