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Top 5 emerging mobile hardware technologies in 2014

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Every other day, the developments in the mobile technology surprise us and challenge our awareness. …

Every other day, the developments in the mobile technology surprise us and challenge our awareness.
In no time, everything you can imagine about technology will be converted into reality.
Let’s have a sneak peak of the five trends that are driving it all.

1. 64-bit apps:
iOS 7 introduced the 64-bit Apple A7 processor in the iPhone 5s,iPad Mini and iPad Air with Retina display. Through Apple’s Xcode 5 IDE, one can create 64-bit apps from the existing code. So the iOS world will see 64-bit apps become common in 2014.
2. Displays Beyond 1080p:
The display resolution on the phone will be beyond 1080p. Earlier the highest resolution on devices was 1920×1080. In the cut-throat competition in mobility, companies like Samsung and LG have already started creating 2560×1440 smartphone displays. Not sure of the benefits, but 2014 will be the year with maximum devices being pushed into the market with the resolution.
3. Curved displays:
Samsung’s Galaxy Round and LG’s G Flex did come out with their sleek and large curved OLED displays. Looks like, in 2014 the western nations will see a big push of the trend in all big companies. Though the advantage is limited, it’s a skepticism how prepared are we to accept the newly designed phones.
4. iBeacons:
Another milestone in the history of iOS! Apple introduced iBeacon that works on Blue tooth low energy technology. These little devices communicate with your devices through Bluetooth, WI-Fi and Ethernet connections and serve as an information delivery station.
5. Wearable Technology:
With the augmented reality as popular as ever, we will soon see our fashion accessories being replaced by functional fashion accessories. Though these wearable computers aren’t yet developed to an extent of replacing with all of the functionality of a smartphone, yet the logical implications are thought-provoking.
As technology develops at a fast pace, we will witness a rapid increase in the use of many types of electronic devices which will eventually reduce paper based work.
The questions is, how prepared are we to use them in our day to day lives!

AdeptPros creates mobile applications for enterprises across a broad range of industries. Connect with us:
info@adeptpros.com
www.adeptpros.com

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  • 1. TOP 5 EMERGING MOBILE HARDWARE TECHNOLOGIES IN 2014
  • 2. Every other day, the developments in the mobile technology surprise us and challenge our awareness. In no time, everything you can imagine about technology, will be converted into reality.
  • 3. Let’s have a sneak peak of the five trends that are driving it all.
  • 4. 1. 64-bit apps: iOS 7 introduced the 64-bit Apple A7 processor in the iPhone 5s,iPad Mini and iPad Air with Retina display. Through Apple’s Xcode 5 IDE, one can create 64bit apps from the existing code. So the iOS world will see 64-bit apps become common in 2014.
  • 5.  2. Displays Beyond 1080p: The display resolution on the phone will be beyond 1080p. Earlier the highest resolution on devices was 1920×1080. In the cut-throat competition in mobility, companies like Samsung and LG have already started creating 2560×1440 smartphone displays. Not sure of the benefits, but 2014 will be the year with maximum devices being pushed into the market with the resolution.
  • 6. 3. Curved displays:  Samsung’s Galaxy Round and LG’s G Flex did come out with their sleek and large curved OLED displays. Looks like, in 2014 the western nations will see a big push of the trend in all big companies. Though the advantage is limited, it’s a skepticism how prepared are we to accept the newly designed phones.
  • 7. 4. iBeacons: Another milestone in the history of iOS! Apple introduced iBeacon that works on Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology. These little devices communicate with your devices through Bluetooth, WI-Fi and Ethernet connections and serve as an information delivery station.
  • 8. 5. Wearable Technology:   With the augmented reality as popular as ever, we will soon see our fashion accessories being replaced by functional fashion accessories. Though these wearable computers aren’t yet developed to an extent of replacing with all of the functionality of a smartphone, yet the logical implications are thoughtprovoking.
  • 9. As technology develops at a fast pace, we will witness a rapid increase in the use of many types of electronic devices which will eventually reduce paper based work. The questions is, how prepared are we to use them in our day to day lives!
  • 10. AdeptPros creates mobile applications for enterprises across a broad range of industries. Connect with us: info@adeptpros.com www.adeptpros.com
  • 11. THANK YOU