Rumors are a’swirlin’ regarding the still top secret iPhone 5 and other mysterious Apple products! Everyone is assuming that the next wave of iDevices will be hitting shelves this Fall and while details are under wraps, analysts are already making predictions about what to expect. First of all, there’s that ever-mysterious iPhone 5, which is rumored to have slightly larger screen than its predecessors (and, controversially, will replace Apple’s standard 30 pin connector with a new 19 pin version). The latest iPod Touch is also shrouded in mystery, but it will supposedly look very similar to the new iPhone, including a four inch screen and an aluminum back. Finally, there’s the item that may not even actually exist but probably does: the iPad Mini. The iPad Mini is rumored to have a 7.85 inch screen, but other than that…who knows? In any case, the wait shouldn’t be too long now…
Cool New App:
The ultimate first world problem is having to fill out your personal information every time you try to buy something on your mobile device. Whether it be Amazon or Ebay or any other site that offers goods and services, having to tap out your name and address and credit card number every time can be a tedious process. Enter Dashlane, which promises to eliminate this ordeal from your life. You enter your personal information and various logins into the app and when you go to check-out, the app automatically fills in everything for you, making the buying process as simple as clicking a button.
Saving the Economy, One App at a Time:
Did you know that Rocksauce Studios is helping to save the American economy? Well, we’re just doing our part! According to a recent study, 78% of app developers are small businesses and they have created between 400,000 and 600,000 jobs! In fact, most apps for major companies were not built internally, but were created by small, independent app developers like us. We’re proud to be part of an industry that is doing good and doing well!
In the Twittersphere:
How awesome is Twitter? In addition to being the best and most fun social networking system in existence, it’s being used for all kinds of cool experiments…like transforming the London Eye ferris wheel into a giant mood ring that’ll reflect the nation’s opinion on the Olympic Games. Check it out: