2014 has truly been an amazing year and not just for Apple, but for us to. We started out in January with a little under 2,000 total views and we are ending the year with 19,000 total views. It has been a spectacular accomplishment for our blog and I wanted to thank you for checking out our posts. We have a list below of the top five posts for 2014. Please check them out if you haven’t already and thank you for helping the blog accomplish so much this year! Happy New Year!!
In this post, we show you how to turn off those annoying contact circles in the multitasker (known by Apple as the App Switcher).
We were pretty sure we had Apple figured out for the iPhone 6. We were betting on a sapphire display, two models with larger and higher resolution displays and a rear camera of up to 13MP with a front camera of 3.2MP. We were at least right about the larger displays.
The Felt is hands down the most creative and beautifully designed case for the iPhone 6. FUZ Designs always makes really thought out products and this case was no different. If you haven’t seen it yet, you really need to view this post.
Whenever a new Apple product is rumored, Martin Hajek is usually there with a few concepts based on rumors. This concept, which was based on leaked schematics, likely showed a prototype design. The schematics claimed the iPhone 6 would have a 4.7″ and 5.7″ display, a protruding camera, bezel-free display and slightly different microphone/speaker holes.
In this post, we looked into the news that Microsoft Office was now available on the iPad, but only in a very limited form when unpaid, likely another prototype schematic for an iPhone with a 5″ display, how to hide unused apps with a glitch in iOS 7.1 and the expected announcement date for WWDC 2014.
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