Apple's new 1.24.14 video not only honored the Mac's 30th anniversary but showed how the iPhone was making computing even more personal. But how did Apple pull off a 15 camera crew shoot across 10 countries in just one day? Oh, and entirely on the iPhone?
The video up top shows us just exactly how. Hit play. Enjoy. And then tell me — If the iPhone can be the best camera because it's the one you have with you, why not the computer?
With the recent celebrations surrounding 30 years of Mac, there has been a lot of focus placed on Apple products. Even Apple has themselves have used the anniversary to highlight their technology going all the way back to the earliest Mac right up to the latest iPhone.
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Shadowrun: Dragonfall, the first expansion pack for Harebrained Schemes' turn-based tactical role playing game Shadowrun Returns, will be released on February 27, 2014, the company has revealed. It's already available for pre-order on Steam (Shadowrun Returns runs on OS X, Windows and Linux).