Apple manufacturer Foxconn is back in the news after acknowledging the death of two of its factory workers in China last week — coming at a time when the company is pushing hard to improve labor conditions and its reputation.
Continuing his “tradition” of showing off the latest iPhone before it’s been introduced, Taiwanese actor and singer Jimmy Lin has been photographed using what appears to be a new iPhone 7 Plus, complete with its rumored dual-lens camera and LED flash.
August 22, 2001: Apple takes home a technical Emmy award for developing FireWire, the high-speed serial port which allows users to transfer data quickly between their Macintosh and another device, such as a digital camera.
“Apple enabled the desktop video revolution with its invention of FireWire,” says Jon Rubinstein, Apple’s then-senior vice president of Hardware Engineering. At the time, FireWire plays a key role in Steve Jobs’s “digital hub” strategy at Apple. However, its origins go back much further than that.
This week on The CultCast: Leaks point to exciting upgrades coming to the smaller iPhone 7 — we’ll give you the scoop. Plus, get ready for iPhone 7, we have a launch date; Apple Watch 2 might be getting a sorely needed feature; new models and “revolutionary” upgrades are coming to the iPad line; and stick around for CultCast Choices, the game that pits one bad choice against another.
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