Ming-Chi Kuo, a KGI analyst famous for being an accurate forecaster of Apple's development, has predicted yet again that both the 11-inch and 13-inch MacBook Air will no longer be evolved by the Cupertino-based company. And because of this, MacBook enthusiasts are now open in discussing the death of the MacBook Air series.
The MacBook Air started in 2008 with a price of $1,799. Apple fans were astonished by its release considering how cheap it was compared with its superior sibling, the MacBook Pro. It showcased a 13-inch screen and a surprisingly lighter body and design. Although these were all shockers for computer fans, Apple didn't entirely focus on updating the series.
The MacBook Air still holds the title of the most reliable and most merchandisable market-friendly-priced laptop. This year, on the other hand, the MacBook Pro 2016 took the title as Apple's new flagship laptop. more >>
The Ark Encounter, the life-sized Noah's Ark theme-park attraction, held its official ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday in Grant County, Kentucky, ahead of its grand opening on Thursday, July 7th, gathering a crowd of 7,000 to witness the historic event.
Ken Ham, president and CEO of Answers in Genesis and The Creation Museum, told The Christian Post:
"In a world that is becoming increasingly secularized and biased, it's time for Christians to do something of this size and this magnitude." more >>
Rockstar Games has released an HD version of the original PS2 game "The Warriors" on PS4.
The gaming company has released an HD version of the game for North America and Europe players. It can be bought for $14.99 or £11.99 for the PS4. While it is an HD version, reports say that "The Warriors" on PS4 is not a remaster.
"Warriors" on PS4, A Re-Release In the PlayStation Store, "The Warriors" was listed as having a full 1080p "up-rendering and enhanced features." This means that the game has not been remastered but re-released with new features to include Shareplay, Remote Play, Trophies, Second Screen Support and Activity Feeds. The store also noted that some PS2 features may not function well in the PS4 version. more >>
The iOS 10 update by Apple will have iPhone users have the option of becoming national donors with just a few taps.
Apple is pushing for iPhone users to become national donors via a new feature. The iOS 10 update is said to come with a sign-up button to the health information app where users can become eye and organ donors. CEO Tim Cook hopes that this feature will increase the spike in donors to help minimize the ever increasing donor shortage instances.
Tim Cook Inspired by Former Apple CEO Steve Jobs Cook says that the organ donor feature was inspired by his close friend and Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. Jobs was suffering from pancreatic cancer and was in the waiting list of liver transplant in 2009. NBC reported that Jobs expired from the cancer in 2011, only two years of having a liver transplant. He was advised to get listed in Tennessee as it had a much shorter waiting list than in California. more >>
After more than five years, China is gearing up to open the largest radio telescope's eye on to space.
The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST) has been installed with more than 4,400 reflecting panels. The device is also considered to be more sensitive than any other telescopes in the world. The Chinese government is hoping to achieve many scientific goals by using FAST to survey outer space.
FAST to Scan Alien Life and Black Holes? The FAST is 500m wide and undoubtedly bigger than the previous record holder of the world's largest telescope, the Arecibo Observatory. The telescope is located in a remote are in Guizhou Province in China. It costs $185 million and was started back in 2011. The FAST can reach 1,000 light years worth of radio waves and have the potential to search for alien life, black holes and other curious phenomenon in space. more >>
The upcoming live action film "Jesus VR" is set to bring the story of Jesus Christ to all major virtual reality platforms just in time for Christmas.
According to Variety, the 90-minute film, created by Autumn Productions and VR production company VRWERX, will depict the birth, baptism, sermon on the mount, the last supper, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus Christ.