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The Journey of the iPhone and how it has changed the world

The first iPhone went on sale on June 29, 2007, and it has been an eventful journey for Apple since then.

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Take a look at the iPhone’s journey and how it has changed the world:
iPhone (2007)
  • The device introduced the icon grid layout, a single home button and a multi-touch display. While it wasn’t targeted specifically at enterprises, it did drop the physical keyboard and stylus, either or both of which were present on most mobile devices for that segment then. And it offered “pinch-to-zoom”, a feature we take for granted these days.

iPhone 3G (2008)

  • This device introduced the App Store, giving third-party developers a chance to build applications for Apple’s phone. This ultimately led to the popularity of the app-based ecosystem, apps for enterprises also started appearing soon. This phone also supported faster 3G data speeds, push email and GPS navigation, which is a given on any smartphone today.

iPhone 3GS (2009)

  • While the first “S” model offered a bump up in hardware and offered users the option of copying and pasting text, there weren’t many new big features. But many corporate captains started using this device, which was soon imitated down the ladder, eventually giving rise to the practice of bring your own device (BYOD).

iPhone 4 (2010)

  • This device was made of glass and stainless steel, and introduced Apple’s squarer look with rounded corners. The device was introduced as the world’s thinnest smartphone then and was the first from Apple’s stable to use the “Retina display”. And yes, it came with a front-facing camera for Facetime calls, a precursor to the world of selfies. The device ran iOS 4, which supported multi-tasking, another given these days.

iPhone 4S (2011)
  • Introduced a day before Steve Jobs died, this device came with Siri, Apple’s voice assistant, which would start the trend of personal digital assistants later, but was ahead of its time. It also sported an 8-megapixel (MP) camera, which, along with its rivals, led to the eventual demise of the simple point-and-shoot camera.

iPhone 5 (2012)
  • This device had a larger 4-inch display and an aluminum case, which made the device durable and light. It also introduced the reversible Lightning connector. With many businesses supporting the iPhone, the iPad (introduced in 2010) and handheld data, companies thought it prudent to make such data available in the field by adopting services such as Amazon Web Services.

iPhone 5C & 5S (2013)
  • Apple introduced two phones for the first time; the colorful 5C — made of plastic — was cheaper and sported specs similar to the iPhone 5; the 5S introduced a new home button supporting Touch ID, Apple’s fingerprint recognition system. It also featured a 64-bit processor and shipped with iOS 7, a major overhaul of the operating system,

iPhone 6 & 6 Plus (2014)
  • Apple finally introduced a bigger iPhone — the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, and the even bigger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus. Both had a curved design and supported NFC payments, had a faster processor, and improved cameras, which had by then become the phone’s standout feature. While the bigger screen gave rise to a flurry of photo-editing apps as well, the phones weren’t as sturdy as previous models and reportedly bent if kept in the back pocket.

iPhone 6S & 6S Plus (2015)
  • The big change for these two models was the pressure-sensitive 3D touch and “Live” photos, that is, short videos were captured every time one clicked photos. By this time, Microsoft had also tweaked its Office for iOS and offered a unified experience across devices.

iPhone SE (2016)
  • The first iPhone brought out mid-cycle, the successor to the form factor of the 5S sported speedier hardware. This was possibly aimed at consumers who weren’t ready to move to the bigger iPhones. And it came in a host of colors.

iPhone 7 & 7 Plus (2016)
  • Avoiding a major redesign, it brought in a dual-camera system for the Plus, got rid of the mechanical home button and the headphone jack. The phones were also made water resistant. The cameras on the Plus have got positive reviews and it is the one to beat among smartphones.

iPhone X
  • With the launch of iPhone X, Apple will mark its 10th anniversary edition of the smartphone, while iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will be seen as upgrades to the iPhone 7 series.


 

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Apple’s iPhone X to have 3D facial scanner, OLED screen, improved Camera

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are successors to the current iPhone models

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 Apple’s most important new phone for years will be called the iPhone X, according to a leak of the company’s latest mobile operating system.
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are successors to the current iPhone models, while the iPhone X is the premium version with an all-new design, crisper OLED screen, improved cameras, and a 3-D facial recognition scanner for unlocking the device.
The “X” in the iPhone’s name may be a reference to this model being a special 10th anniversary edition.


The X factor
  • Code leaks show the expected three new phones will be called the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X.
  • iPhone X is the premium version with an all-new design and will have crisper OLED screen, improved cameras, and a 3-D facial recognition scanner.
  • The “X” in the iPhone’s name may be a reference to this model being a special 10th-anniversary edition.
  • The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus will look similar to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus but include faster processors.
  • The code also reveals that Apple will announce new colors, including a grey ceramic and a new gold tone.


Interesting facts about Sachin Tendulkar, Every cricket fan should know of

When we talk about cricket the first name comes in the mind of every cricket fans is the name’that itself is a brand ‘Sachin Tendulkar‘ also known as ‘God of Cricket‘.

Once in Interview with Brian Lara said, “if you mention about boxing you’ve to mention Mohammad Ali, Basketball you have to mention Michael Jordan. When you speak about cricket, you’ll speak about Tendulkar.”

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Here we will be sharing only the interesting facts you may or may not have known about Master Blaster:

  • Sachin coach used to give him a coin during his young days whenever he could bat through an entire session in the nets without getting dismissed. At present, Sachin has 13 such coins.
  • At the Age 14, During the 1987 World Cup, Sachin was a ball boy for the India-Zimbabwe match at the Wankhade Stadium, Mumbai.
  • The First car he brought was Maruti 800.
  • Sachin’s father-in-law is a 7 time National Bridge Champion.
  • Sachin’s daughter ‘Sara’ is named after the first tournament Sachin won as a captain ‘Sahara’ Cup in 1997.
  • Sachin’s first Test match was Kapil Dev’s 100th match.
  • Sachin Tendulkar is the first batsman in the history of cricket to be given out by the third umpire in 1992. The umpire was Karl Liebenberg.
  • Sachin Tendulkar is India’s first cricketer to be nominated to the Rajya Sabha.
  • Sachin Tendulkar fielded for Pakistan as a substitute in a ODI practice match vs India in 1988.
  • The Master Blaster just loves ‘Vada-Pav’.
  • Sachin is so much in love with his Ferrari that even his wife Anjali is not allowed to drive it.
  • Sachin had a habit of sleepwalking as well as talking in his sleep.
  • Sachin Tendulkar bats and bowl using his Right hand but writes using his left hand.

If you have some Little know & Unknown facts of Sachin Tendulkar Please share it with us using the Comment box below.

Jio Phone Bookings Starts today at 5:30pm: How to Pre-Order

The messages are being sent to all those who have registered their interest in JioPhone

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India Ka Smartphone is finally here!  Pre-booking for JioPhone starts at 5:30pm on August 24 via the MyJio app, official website, and authorised Reliance Jio offline retailers. 

How to Pre-order Jio Phone?

  • To book JioPhone using the MyJio app, just open the app and tap on the Prebook Now option.
  • Next, provide your phone number and the Pincode of the area you live in, and tap on Proceed.
  • That’s it, you will get a booking ID on the MyJio app as well as SMS, which you can refer to while picking it up from the nearest retailer mentioned.
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The payment will be made in two parts i.e.

  • Rs. 500 is to be paid when you make the booking,
  • While the remaining Rs. 1,000 needs to be paid while picking up the handset.

The Jiophone is free to buy but the payment of Rs. 1,500  you paid is refundable security deposit. And the Delivery dates for JioPhone will depend upon how early you book the device, as Reliance Jio is following,  “first-come, first-serve” rule.

Here are some of the features of the Jio phone:-

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  • — Ability to be operated on voice command
  • — An Alpha numeric keypad
  • — 2.4 inch QVGA display
  • — FM Radio and Torchlight
  • — An SD Card slot
  • — A four-way navigation system
  • — Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 205 mobile platform
  • — Apart from these the phone will come pre-loaded with Jio Apps such as JioMusic, JioCinema and JioTV.

 

How Android evolved to its current version, Oreo

Here is a look at how Android evolved to its current version, Nougat :

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 Donut 1.6

  • Donut brought the world’s information on user’s fingertips with the Quick Search Box. It also planted seeds for Android to come in all shapes and sizes

 Eclair 2.1

  • A high-resolution display showed off stunning live wallpapers that responded to user’s touch. It also offered turn-by-turn navigation and real-time traffic information on the user’s phone

Froyo 2.2

  • Unveiled lightning fast phones that could be controlled by voice and hotspot capabilities ensured that users were always connected on the go

Gingerbread 2.3

  • Made the experience simpler and faster for both users and developers. Gaming reached new heights, battery life lasted longer and NFC support spawned a whole new category of apps

Honeycomb 3.0

  • Ushered in an era of tablets with a flexible interface design that showcased large imagery and seamless on-screen navigation

Ice Cream Sandwich 4.0

  • Upped the ante with customisation and user control. The home screen could be customised; one could also define how much data an user could use and instantly share content

Jelly Bean 4.1

  • This version ushered in the era of personalised mobile assistance. It also made notification more actionable and allowed one device to work for multiple accounts

Kit Kat 4.4

  • Helped people in doing things by just saying “OK Google” to launch voice search, send text. A new, immersive design brought content to the centre stage

Lollipop 5.0

  • Arrived on screens big and small, from phones and tablets to watches, TVs and cars. It has bod visuals and style and fluid tactile response of Material Design

Marshmallow 6.0

  • This had easy shortcuts , smart answers with Now on Tap and battery life which could last longer and new app permissions that give users more control.

Nougat 7.0

  • New features and changes. In both of these categories there are some big, eye-catching improvements and at the same time some smaller, yet still very welcome, improvements.

 

iPhone 8: What’s new in the new iPhone

Display will use OLED, which makes for better color reproduction and deeper blacks and whites

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iPhone 8 released Date – To be either on September 12, 2017 or  September 13, 2017 or On September 22,2017 or Saturday, September 23.

iPhone 8 DesignThe biggest change is expected to see in the iPhone 8 is a huge ramping up of the handset’s screen-to-body ratio. The removal of the Home button (the Touch ID fingerprint scanner) from the front of the phone in order to slim down the handset’s bezel.

iPhone 8 Features – Unlike conventional LCD panels, the pixels on an OLED screen produce their own light. That means the screen doesn’t need a backlight, saving power. But it also means that individual pixels can be turned off, allowing for truer blacks – thus improving dynamic range and widening the colour gamut.

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iPhone 8 Software – iPhone 8 is almost guaranteed to run on Apple’s new iOS 11 software, given that iOS 10 is now technically outdated. In iOS 11, there will be a bigger focus on apps and stickers, featuring a redesigned app picker.

iPhone 8 Price – The entry-level iPhone 8 is probably going to retail for at least £599, and could rise close to (or even beyond) £1000 for the top-end model.

Android 8.0 Oreo: Here are the top features

Google rolls outs Android 8.0 Oreo: Here are the top features

 The next version of Google’s mobile operating system ‘Android Oreo‘ that has been rolled out in the US is packed with never-before-seen features and improvements in its various tools.

‘Android Oreo’ features a new picture-in-picture mode, new notification dots to the Operating System (OS) and improvements to Bluetooth audio playback, Google’s Android website posted in a blog on Tuesday.

Recently-launched premium smartphones such as Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+ and HTC U11 are expected to see the software updates before the end of this year.

Around 85 per cent of Android devices used, according to the latest numbers, have not upgraded to Android Nougat that was released last year.

The new Android 8.0 OS was released in conjunction with the 2017 solar eclipse.

The update is currently undergoing carrier testing for Pixel phones and the Nexus 5X and 6P.

The new OS is expected to be two times faster than ‘Nougat’ and also helps minimise background activity in the apps that are used less.

‘Android Oreo’ lets a user see two apps at once and makes multitasking convenient.

For example, if you are watching a video on YouTube and have to respond to an email simultaneously, all you need to do is press the home button and that will shrink the video tab to a corner while you write a response.

Celebrities who are famous for their body parts

Sometimes, you get dealt a rough hand in life. You want to work hard & make it as a famous person, try your best to excel at your field, and then the paparazzi takes looks at you & determines that your body is more interesting than your actual body of work. It’s truly sad what this world has become. With the hard work done in the skills and perfecting the craft, the only thing they manage to write about your body parts & yet these people keep their head high with huge confidence.

Here are most famous celebrities best known for their body parts:

1. Miley Cyrus Abs


2. Kylie Jenner’s Lips


3. Kim Kardashian’s Butt


4. Christina Hendricks Chest


5. Cindy Crawford’s Mole

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Beers from around the world to refresh the mind

Who doesn’t love beerreading about the origin stories and flavor profiles of these 5 beers will make you go very, very thirsty.

Here Goes…

1. Desperados – The proud product of the France. Best known for being the world’s first tequila flavored beer, Desperados is a full bodied lager enriched with an exotic tequila twist. The zesty flavour profile contains spicy notes and hints of lemony sweetness.


2. Affligem – Affligem is not just a world class beer, but also a reminder of Belgium’s rich medieval history. Affligem, a double-fermented abbey beer is a glorious expression of true quality and rich taste. Every sip you take offers you the roundness of tropical fruits and a super refreshing finish.


3. Dos Equis – Dos Equis is a light, balanced and smooth blend of all the right malts, spices and Earth tones. It was first made by a German brewmaster, who, in 1884, brought his talent to Mexico and mixed it up with Latin traditions.


4. Edelweiss – It was first brewed in 1475, over 500 years ago. This age-old recipe has resulted in Edelweiss receiving numerous international awards for its outstanding quality and flavour. Two things make Edelweiss truly special. First, the fact that it is a very specific kind of wheat brew and second, that it is a true embodiment of Austria’s culture.


5. Sol – Sol, a Mexican classic, is much more than just another beer for the people of Mexico. The freedom to choose and celebrate every day without pretense or compromise. When you hold a chilled bottle of Sol in your hand, you hold the freedom to be yourself. Sol believes in Espiritu Libre – You hold the freedom to be yourself


So, which one of these would you wanna try first?

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