Jon M. Chu, director of Crazy Rich Asians, made this short film exclusively for WIRED using the new Apple iPhone XS Max. Chu shot and edited the film himself, shooting handheld in available light and using only the native camera app and default stabilizer, without any additional crew or equipment.
Shot on the iPhone XS Max
No filters, no color correction.
Director, Cinematographer, Editor: Jon M. Chu
Starring: Luigi Rosado
WIRED’s Lauren Goode reviews the latest iPhone models — the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max — and tests the battery life, camera and video capabilities.
WIRED’s Lauren Goode takes a first look at Apple’s three new phones — the XS, the XS Max, and the XR.
The iPhone X is packed with some of the most cutting edge smartphone tech, including its camera. Naturally, we tested Face ID, its selfie mode and full HD slo-mo while bouncing around at a trampoline park.
How Silicon Valley Reacts to Apple's … 2:08
The cast of HBO’s Silicon Valley had a pretty strong reaction to Apple’s iPhone X launch leading us to wonder if this new phone is really all that.
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David Pierce reviews the new iPhone 8. No you can’t unlock it with your face, but it’s still a very nice phone with a great camera.
All of the big announcements from the 2017 Apple event including the iPhone X, the iPhone 8, the series 3 cellular Watch and 4K Apple TV.
The New iPhone X packs more new stuff into any device since the original iPhone. It’s the most complete redesign of the product ever, and even offers a glimpse at what the iPhone might become when the world no longer wants smartphones.
When Steve Jobs launched the iPhone in 2007, he said it was 5 years ahead of the competition and he was right. But after a decade, it’s starting to feel like Apple needs something big again. And now, on cue, here comes something big.
The iPhone is 10 years old! Take a look back at how the smartphone grew from gadget to essential.
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Apple presented new a Watch partnership, its new iPad Pro and Pencil stylus, a new Apple TV and of course, the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus with 3D Touch, 4K video and Live Photo features.
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We’ve all been there: You dropped your iPhone on the ground and sometimes it shatters into a billion pieces, but sometimes it’s completely fine. What happens if you drop a 55-lb safe on top of it? YouTuber KuSh SuDrA dared us to test it, and we did. Find out what happened.
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There’s a Balinese song on loop/repeat at the dining area of our modest, Sanur Beach hotel. It could be the soundtrack for an insane asylum. Frantic wooden flutes and vibraphones, playing a hectic, repetitive pattern. Ah, a moment of silence between jams. We have returned to Bali sooner than expected. I was invited to sing at the 14th International Bali Roundup. It’s a chance to be of service, so we decided to go for it. Plus, it’s a rare opportunity to sing in paradise.
Our journey to Indonesia had it’s up’s & downs. I left my phone in the Brisbane airport terminal during a tolerable stop-over. This is not a life & death occurrence, but my reaction to it after about eighteen hours of travel, was less than graceful. I really wish our world was free from terrorism. For so many reasons. Nowadays, you can not disembark your plane. Once you check in, it’s stay put or forfeit your flight. I’m generally a big fan of Virgin Airlines (in this case Virgin Australia), but when a flight attendant talks to you like you are a potential terrorist, the fan meter lessens. Back in the day, my emotions were unbridled. That which makes me a heartfelt singer, makes me a ball of unwanted sensitivities, tears, and emotional energies. I have a dim memory of forgetting my passport on a security belt in the UK. Already locked on board an Aer Lingus puddle jumper, I recall knocking on the airplane window in a crazed “get me outta here!!” escape attempt. My poor friends, Irish & well-behaved, were writhing with embarrassment. How I didn’t land myself in the airport security slammer, I will never know. So this time, when the Virgin Australia attendant demanded I bring it down a few notches, I realized there was an excellent chance that they’d boot me off the plane if I didn’t cooperate. Ah the wisdom of age. I confess, I did have fantastical thoughts of tearing out the plane entrance tube to retrieve and rescue my poor abandoned iPhone. That little piece of technology makes traveling so convenient. I was having a flash of tech withdrawals. “How will I navigate around a foreign country?” “What about my voice exercise mp3’s?” “All the hotel reservations are on there!” “Oh, the photo ops I’ll miss!” “Man, what’s a replacement going to cost”. All that panicked thinking firing off in about 10 milliseconds. Survivalist thinking as it were. Reality – I wasn’t traveling alone. I could easily use my girlfriend’s iPhone for all of the above. But the mind, or this mind, just doesn’t work like that. Especially two-thirds into a twenty-four-hour journey.
In the end, Virgin came through. Perhaps the nagging & crying worked? Someone on staff walked over to the bar where I left it. My lonely 5s is now on her way to France! A near escape from the iPhone graveyard, found in every airport, in every city. It was a happy ending for all.
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You’re either #TeamiPhone or #TeamGalaxy but at the end of the day only one of the devices can be named the toughest. Find out which phablet comes out on top when Erik and Justin put them up against a toilet.
We stack up four popular iPhone cases, including the OtterBox Defender, the Lunatik TAKTIK Extreme, the Griffin Survivor + Catalyst (note: corrected), and the Lifeproof Fre to see which design will actually keep your smartphone safe.
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If you took away Jonathan Ive’s obsession with functional simplicity and replaced it with passive-aggressive snark, there’s a good chance this is what the iPhone’s notifications would look like.
The new iPhone. Now with judgmentally insightful alerts.
These brilliant mock-ups come courtesy of Distractify’s Rob Fee.
While fathers in Louisiana are capping their sons in the ass over glasses of orange juice, one little girl in Colorado was trying to make their own mother down some bleach all because she had her precious iPhone taken away.
Via Huffington Post:
A 12-year-old Colorado girl is accused of attempting to kill her mother with bleach after the woman took away her phone.
The girl, whose name has not been released, allegedly tried to poison her mother’s drink with the cleaning fluid two different times, ABC News reports. The first time, on March 2, the woman felt ill after drinking a smoothie and smelled some bleach in the glass, but chalked it up to the girl failing to clean the glass correctly.
The second time she smelled bleach in her beverage, on March 6, the mom “confronted her daughter and her daughter told her that she was trying to kill her for taking her iPhone,” Boulder County Commander Heidi Prentup told KDVR.
The sheriff’s office began an investigation after the mother checked into the hospital on March 6, and the daughter was arrested March 20.
The mother’s health is not in danger. The girl was charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder and is in custody at the Boulder County juvenile center.
Pictures of the attempted murder weapon can be found on the following pages.
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We’ve rounded up every generation of iPhone for the ultimate smartphone face-off. From the iPhone 6 to the original devices that are so old they pre-date numbering, we put each one to the test, including a 2-gallon coffee dunk.
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