Few of us can imagine life without access to our computers and the many ways they make our lives easier. From online shopping and social networking to simple word processing and organization of data, computers have essentially become crucial to our sanity and survival in the 21st century.
In what is widely regarded as his greatest presentation ever, Apple's Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone to the world on January 9th, 2007. In the five-plus years since then, the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch have literally redefined the entire world of mobile computing. That world is moving so quickly that iOS is already amongst the older mobile operating systems in active development today. That certainly doesn't mean it's underpowered or underfeatured — quite the contrary. Through what can only be described as relentless and consistent improvement over the years, Apple has made iOS one of the most feature-rich and well-supported platforms on the market.
The Apple Macintosh revolutionized the entire computer industry by the year of 1984. Steve Jobs and his ingenious Macintosh team arranged for the computer to be used by the normal “person in the street” – and not only by experts.
اپل تقریباً 20 سال است که بر اساس پرونده های ثبت اختراع ، در حال بررسی واقعیت مجازی و فن آوری های واقعیت افزوده است ، اما با واقعیت مجازی و افزودنی با محبوبیت با راه اندازی Arkit ، دلهره اپل جدی تر در حال رشد است و انتظار می رود منجر به AR/VR شود. محصول در سال 2022 یا 2023.
Apple has been exploring virtual reality and augmented reality technologies for almost 20 years based on patent filings, but with virtual and augmented reality exploding in popularity with the launch of ARKit, Apple's dabbling is growing more serious and is expected to lead to an AR/VR product in 2022 or 2023.
Have a valid Apple Music subscription on hand but still not convinced about the streaming service's integration with Apple's official music application? Then give the open source project Cider a chance.
The new iPhone 14 Pro is still a few months away, but new images are already showing what the upcoming Apple flagship could look like. The focus is on the camera system at the front, which makes the distinctive notch disappear in the new design.