It has been a whirlwind few days in the world of tech, especially for Apple. What started off as an exciting week for the Californian company – CEO Tim Cooke successfully oversaw the Apple iPhone 4S launch last Tuesday – ended in tragedy after its revolutionary leader Steve Jobs died.
Apple fans from around the world gathered to pay tribute to 56-year-old Jobs and one admirer in Hong Kong recreated the Apple logo in Steve Jobs’ honour.
Stephen Fry’s tribute to Steve Jobs, who lost his eight year battle with pancreatic cancer last Wednesday, was an emotional farewell from the British actor and added to the increasing number of celebrity tributes to the Apple boss.
In other news, the Apple iPhone 4S UK price has been confirmed by Apple and several mobile network providers, including Vodafone, T-Mobile and Orange. Want to get your hands on the Cupertino company’s latest handset? Luckily for you, Apple iPhone 4S pre-orders are now available.
On the app front, the banned ‘Is My Son Gay?’ Android app has caused quite a stir in the Twittersphere, but there is some good news in the form of the Android Ice Cream Sandwich release date being confirmed as October 11.
Features of the Week
If you’re torn between the Samsung Galaxy S 2 or the new iPhone, our list of Apple iPhone 4S specs and features will help you decide which handset to buy. However, if our Apple iPhone 4S review is anything to go by, it looks as if Apple has one yet again on this occasion.
For some app action, you needn’t look further than our best apps 2011 round up which includes all the best apps for your Apple iPhone or Android smartphone – heck, there’s a few BlackBerry and Nokia ones in their too, so no one should feel left out.
If you’re a hardcore gamer, you’ll love our games to play before you die feature. From Super Mario World to Heavy Rain, you won’t have lived life to its fullest if you haven’t had the pleasure to play with these babies.
Reviews of the Week
As well as our Apple iPhone 4S review, T3 has test driven a series of cool tech including these super savvy Atomic Floyd SuperDarts in-ear headphones which, at £199, is a bank-breaking affair, but with a generous touch of steel they look every inch the fashionable in-ear headphones.
Hardcore gamers will love our Batman Arkham City review and OnLive Cloud gaming review - a awesome game and brand spanking new console at the same time? We know, we spoil you...