Apple helps out all the ‘misunderstood’

A fantastic Christmas (holiday) video from Apple, which will be of great relief to all the misunderstood. Millions of memories are being captured everyday by the misunderstood so its good that at last they have been recognised.

Is this how Apple will announce the new iPhone?

In the run up to Apple’s announcement on September 10, when we expect to see at least one new iPhone (maybe more), this parody video gives a funny alternative to how Apple could present it’s latest upgrade.

What happens in 60 seconds on the internet

This infographic shows what happens in 60 seconds on some of the most popular domains/apps. Some stand out stats include the fact that in 60 seconds there are 278 thousand tweets, 20 million photo views on flickr, 2 million searches on Google and 72 hours of video uploaded to YouTube. Rising social stars such SnapChat and Pinterest feature as well with 104 thousand photos shared on SnapChat and 11,000 active users on Pinterest.

What happens in 60 seconds on the internet

Christopher Wellbelove

The amazing history of Apple’s iPhone

With huge advances in smart phone technology and features over the last few years, it is easy to forget what an amazing device the iPhone was when the original iPhone was released in 2007.

The iPhone revolutionised the phone in our pocket from something you called your friends with to a mobile computer that you rarely use to make phone calls on.

But where next? Many said of the iPhone 5 that Apple had lost their advantage despite the continuing rise in sales. The biggest feature I want is longer battery life – you should not have to turn off all the great features or add a second battery for your phone ┬áto last all day. Especially annoying when it runs out in the middle of a game of angry birds.

History of iPone

Christopher Wellbelove

Battle of the mobile brands – which tribe are you?

Fun new advert from Nokia features guests at a wedding arguing from entrenched camps over which mobile phone is the best.

Many of us have been sucked in to taking a single camp, some loyal to a particular brand, others in the anti-camp rejecting a brands phone no matter what they do.

How clever the marketers who took human tribalism to help them sell mobile phones.