You didn’t think we’d be back, but we are! We wouldn’t leave you standing in the cold and the rain. It’s been a month hiatus, but The Techfast Club has officially returned. We are here today just in time for Apple’s special event, likely covering new iPads, new Macs, and hopefully a lot more. For all the latest news and analysis come to this page. We’re glad to be back!
Apple held its iPhone event today announcing the long anticipated and rumored iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. Although many of us were expecting announcements for the iPad, Apple TV, and maybe even the iWatch(?), we may need to tune back our urges and be happy with what Tim Cook and friends gave us. The iPhone 5s and 5c will be available for preorder starting tomorrow and will be available to in-store purchase on September 20th.
Apple has officially announced the much hyped and rumored iPhone 5c. For all intents and purposes internally the phone is an iPhone 5 (with iOS7), but on the outside consumers will be offered a number of “hard-coated polycarbonate” colored variants to choose from including blue, yellow, pink, green, and white. Apple is also offering up a number of different silicon form-fitting multi-colored cases ($29) for the 5c that feature circular holes that show off the true color of your device.
Tomorrow (9/16) is Apple’s iPhone event in San Francisco. We are expecting the iPhone 5s, the rumored iPhone 5c, and potentially much more including an updated Apple TV. Stick with us for all the latest and most current news and information. We’ll be posting everything here on the Apple iPhone Event Hub for your convenience. The event starts at 10am PST and there is a lot to look forward to, stay right here.
This week Kyle and I are back to cast at you hard and fast and hard. We are talking about the dreams of old raccoons, the myth of the Loch Ness hot dog man, and trees. Don’t forget to sub on iTunes, and thanks for listening. Enjoy!
Last week Apple held its annual World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. At WWDC 2013, iOS7 was officially unveiled as the “biggest change” to the platform since the original iPhone. Though iOS 7 is not yet available to consumers, nor is there a new iPhone for us to grovel over just yet, Apple is poised to “change everything… again” for the umpteenth time.
Over the course of the last couple years we have seen the evolution of smartphone sizes virtually double. From the humble beginnings of the miniscule and completely manageable 3.5-inch iPhone, to the upcoming and absurdly gargantuan Galaxy Mega 5.8 and 6.3, the market has clearly spoken for big-ass phones right? Not entirely.