However, more than the next-generation iPhone may be unveiled at the event, whose tagline is “Hi, Speed.” Matter of fact, if Apple isn’t planning on another late-October or early-November event, the October 13th event could be jam-packed with all kinds of hardware. If that’s the case, here’s what you can expect to see unveiled next week: … [Read more...] about What to expect from Apple’s October iPhone event: iPhone 12, AirTags, over-the-ear AirPods, and more!
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Major Taylor, a Black cycling superstar sponsored by Iver Johnson Cycles. He was the first Black athlete to be depicted on a button, according to Hake. Meanwhile, gum company Pepsin Gum celebrated the first kiss in a movie, aptly called The Kiss, with a commemorative button in 1900. A slightly creepy black-and-white button marked the first lightbulb, beckoning consumers to “Be-light-ed by Electricity.” … [Read more...] about How one tiny accessory popularized some of the most iconic slogans of the 20th century
An app called BadGood lets you do just that, and it’s the winner of our 2020 Innovation by Design Award in the category of Asian-Pacific Region. The app allows users to scream, shake, or type their everyday frustrations right into their smartphone and receive positive illustrated messages when they do. It’s not based on formal research, so don’t think of it as a serious mental health app. But it’s a more playful take on stress relief apps, with a low barrier to entry that lets you get out your stress physically—without having to run around the block. … [Read more...] about This app is a digital punching bag for all your 2020 rage
"We have registered 20-25 percent higher bookings for iPhone 12. We had expected better sales from Apple devices this season. Since June, demand for iPhone 11 and SE (2020), MacBook Air and Pro has been high,” a top executive from a retail chain told the newspaper. … [Read more...] about iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro log 25% growth in pre-orders: Report