There's no shortage of various renderings and mockups attempting to envision goodies that Apple's next major iOS software update might deliver. But this one that I just stumbled upon on YouTube by French creator "the Hacker 34" ticks many boxes without the kind of exaggeration or sci-fi stuff that other artists envision that you know will never see the light of day.
Apple will preview iOS 13 next Monday, but that's not stopping various concepts from hitting our inbox. Today, we feature the latest concept from Michael Calcada, a Toronto-based UI/UX designer who has some nice ideas for how Apple could address some of the longest-standing user paint points, like lacking notification features and limited customization.
Based on rumor-mill reporting and analyst predictions, graphic designer Hasan Kaymak took it upon himself to create a fresh batch of conceptual renderings imaging Apple's upcoming iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max successors 11, and boy are they stunning.
A recent report claimed Apple will port the iOS Screen Time feature over to the desktop so folks could see how their computing time is spent (or wasted, depending on your point of view). The upcoming macOS 10.15 feature will probably use the company's Marzipan framework that helps developers create cross-platform apps across iPhone, iPad and Mac.
New renderings of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max successors due this September depict negligibly thicker devices with a redesigned circular Mute switch within a pill-shaped cutout, plus a large triple-lens camera bump integrated into the real glass and more.
Apple is busy selling new iPhones and is about to unveil refreshed iPads, but that doesn't mean that the next major version of iPhone and iPad mobile operating system, iOS 13, is not being worked on as we speak. In fact, Bloomberg broke in the summer that iOS 13 would bring an overhauled Home screen, tabs in all apps, multitasking enhancements and other perks.
Apple's iPad Pros for 2018 are just around the corner and speculation surround them certainly isn't dying down. With a little more than a week left before the scheduled media event takes place, a 3D artist has released a batch of wonderfully executed renderings that imagine an iPad Pro overhaul featuring a fullscreen design. We're liking what we're seeing, a lot!
On Wednesday, renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reiterated his belief that the Apple Watch display will grow by 15 percent on the fourth-generation model due this fall. Today, we're seeing some mockups published showing what the extra real estate could look like on the wearable device.
MySmartPrice and prolific smartphone leakster Steve Hemmerstoffer, who is behind the OnLeaks account on Twitter, have created renderings of Apple's rumored budget iPhone X, a 6.1-inch handset with an LCD screen, an iPhone X-style notch and an aluminum frame.
Dutch 3D artist Martin Hajek has become something of a household name in the Apple community with his painstakingly designed mockups imagining unreleased Apple products.
We're only a few weeks away from Apple's September event that will serve as a launchpad for Apple's highly anticipated tenth-anniversary handset. While the rumors have mostly revolved around possible hardware advances for the OLED iPhone model, one aspect has remained largely overlooked thus far: how Apple could market iPhone 8.
Earlier this week, we saw some high-quality images comparing iPhone 8 and iPhone 7s Plus dummies that also highlighted a new copper-like color option coming to an OLED iPhone.