2016 Consumer Electronics Show

The biggest electronic showcase in Las Vegas – the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show – conquers the electronic world once again. Different well-known brands in the tech and electronic world like Google, Samsung and Apple, along with startups will showcase exciting and innovative products from January 6-9, 2016.

The Consumer Electronic Show is the perfect venue for Apple and other companies, particularly small scale ones and startups to showcase pioneering technology.

Apple, iPhone, and 3D Touch

It’s a promising year ahead for Apple as they unveil their latest iPhone 6s plus which added more sophisticated features like 3D touch.

The first 3D Touch was introduced and applied on the Apple Watch but was redesigned for iPhones. It allows you to to "peek" and "pop" into the device. Peeking means that you can view the content by lightly pressing on the screen. And when you "pop" or press the screen longer, it can expand its content, allowing you to interact. 

Since these past few years, Apple become a brand for high end gadgets like mobile phones including its well followed iPhone. The first generation of iPhone was released in 2007. Every year since then, Apple releases different and exceptional versions, often an upgrade of the previous version. This is why Apple fans are always on the lookout for a sneak peak of the next iPhone yearly.

Who would have thought that the technology we all enjoy today was first released almost a decade ago? The iPhone series is the brainchild of Apple Inc., an American multinational tech company based in Cupertino, California.

Apple was founded on April 1, 1976 by Steve Jobs, Ronald Wayne and Steve Wozniak. They aim to develop, design, and sell consumer electronics as well as provide computer services and online services.

www.redboxsoftware.com is currently offering Office 2011 for Mac, an Apple compatible software. 

Soon, we will also be offering the Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac to make it easier to install Windows on Mac computers so stay tuned!

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