Now that the launch day dust has settled a bit, I’ve been able to get my hands on a Gold iPhone 5s. Originally, this was the color I wanted, but like many others, I had trouble finding the precious gold model iPhone 5s on Sept. 20, 2013. Since then, my luck has changed and I can now present you with my official unboxing of the gold iPhone 5s. Enjoy.
No link bait here. What you see is what you get. That’s right, I decided to smash an old dying guitar and film it with my iPhone 5s. Using the new slo-mo feature, I can capture smooth 120fps video and slow it down to 30fps. The result looks pretty awesome.
What’s so different about the iPhone 5s? Well, today we’re comparing the iPhone 5 to the iPhone 5s. While its exterior may be a slight update, the internals really make the iPhone 5s shine. Check out my video comparison above.
I know it sounds too good to be true, but every day tons of great apps get discounted or even become totally free. I’ve done some digging in the App Store to put together today’s best free and discounted apps. Don’t delay, these prices won’t last forever!
Now that iPhone launch day has finally passed us, it’s time to start chatting about these new devices. On this week’s episode we take some time to discuss our favorite iPhone 5s/5c features and what we like most about iOS 7.
Today, I’m going to show you how to hide any app in iOS 7. Unfortunately, Apple doesn’t allow us to delete any of the useless stock apps in iOS, but thanks to this awesome glitch, we can hide all of them. Check out the video tutorial above.
The wait is finally over. Apple has released iOS 7 to the public and it’s now available to download via iTunes or through the Settings app on your device. If you haven’t used iOS 7 yet, you’re definitely in for a treat. I’ve put together a video overview for those of you that may not be familiar with what iOS 7 has to offer. Check out the video above to get a better understanding of the new features in iOS 7.
Today, we’re taking a look at the new LG G2 from Verizon. I may not be the biggest Android fan, but I now good technology when I see it. This device has a super crisp 5.2-inch 1080p IPS display and its rocking a quad-core SnapDragon 800 processor clocked at 2.26GHz. Check out my video over above for more details on the LG G2.