This video will show you the Apple iPhone 6S Plus Unboxing & Firstlook.
On the 24th of September Apple released its latest version of the iPhone, the Apple iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus. Like the release of the iPhone 6 Plus back in 2014.
Like the iPhone 6, the Apple iPhone 6S comes in two different display sizes.
* Apple iPhone 6S 4.7-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit widescreen next-generation Multi‑Touch display with IPS technology and Taptic Engine 1334 x 750 pixel resolution 401 ppi
* Apple iPhone 6S Plus 5.5-inch (diagonal) LED-backlit widescreen next-generation Multi‑Touch display with IPS technology and Taptic Engine 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution 401 ppi
The next thing you will notice is the colours and Apple’s latest colour happens to be Rose Gold or in other words pink!
If you are looking to buy the Apple iPhone 6S Plus then prices start at $649, $749 and $849’s USD and thats for the 16GB, 64GB and 128GB.
Apples big selling point for the iPhone 6S is a new technology called 3D touch. And the only way that I can describe it is by calling it a click within a click. It uses different pressures on the screen to allow different features and functions on the phone. So for example you can use 3D touch when web browsing to bring up a preview page of a link that you press on without actually having to browse to that page.
Its a pretty cool addition to the iPhone and force touch was also added the Apple MacBook Pro 13 inch Retina Display 2015. You can check out the 123myIT.com video on the link just added.
For more info on the Apple iPhone 6S Plus see the official Apple page here.
This video will show you the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge + Unboxing & Firstlook.
I was able to get my hands on the new Samsung Galaxy S6 edge + for an unboxing and review and right out of the box I was impressed with the care taken to the finish of the edge +.
In the picture below the phone at the top is the Galaxy S6 edge and the phone at the bottom is the Galaxy S6 edge +. On the top phone you can see how sharp the edge of the phone has been cut compared with the Galaxy S6 edge + below.
When comparing the Galaxy S6 edge with the S6 edge +, the hardware is pretty much the same however the S6 edge + has a bigger 5.7 inch screen over the 5.1 inch screen of the S6 edge. And both models sport the 2560 x 1440 Super AMOLED display, with a 529 ppi. The larger model does have a bigger 3000 mAh battery to allow for the extra power used by the bigger screen. And this should get you around 20 hours of talk time.
After running the geek bench app to see what type of results we got from the powerful 8-core Exynos CPUs on the phones we can the results on the phones are very simular as you can imagine. In the photo below we have the larger Galaxy S6 edge + on the left and on the right the smaller Galaxy S6 edge.
The Samsung Galaxy edge + overall design is sleek and stylish and you can get it on all major US carriers for around about $750.
If you want some more info on the Samsung Galaxy S6 range your can check out the official Samsung website here.
This video will show you how to install Windows 10 on MacBook Pro 2015.
Well here it is guys, the video you guys have all been waiting for. I have had quite a few people ask me about installing Windows 10 on MacBook Pro 2015 and 2014 models and have been a bit slow to get this video out as the hardware is not cheap as you all can imagine. So if the above video helps you out, please help 123myIT out by clicking on the donate button on the left hand side of the page. All donations will help purchasing new hardware.
Some of you will be upset to know that I didn’t get any errors when going through the video. To be honest I kind of expected maybe 1 or 2 problems. But the setup went very smoothly. Even the Boot Camp drivers at the end of the video applied correctly.
You will need 2 things to complete the setup.
1. USB drive 8GB or larger
2. Windows 10 or 8 ISO file which you
In the Windows 10 on MacBook Pro 2015 video I link to another video called Windows 10 Media Creation Tool. This will help you get the Windows 8 or 10 ISO file which allows you to then create the USB which you use to install Windows 8 or 10.
I was able to get a copy of the Boot Camp Drivers from the WININSTALL USB that I can confirm work with Windows 10.
I have labelled it Windows 10 64-bit Captured by 123myIT.com BCD and you will find under the MacBook Pro page here.
All up the install took about 1.5 hours, with the downloading of the boot camp drivers seeming to take forever. The file being around 1.2GB in size meaning if you are on a slow internet connection it could take hours for just that part to complete. So be prepared to wait.
Overall Windows 10 on MacBook Pro 2015 seems to run very well and I will take a closer look at how Windows 10 works in future videos. So stay tuned. 🙂
Want to know more about Windows 10? Click here for the Official Microsoft website.