Zoos have long been an important source of entertainment and information for children, educating them about various animals and birds that cannot be found in the densely populated concrete jungles we live in. But for some reason, the excitement of seeing and learning about animals and birds gradually wanes as children grow into adults.
Manufacturing has been the backbone on which most countries were built during the industrial revolution. These industries have been continuously evolving, along with the processes and systems they use. Even with the most innovative technologies, the manufacturing industry faces a lot of challenges. Keeping up to date with activities happening in different departments of the same facility, or in different facilities located across the world, is a difficult task.
Apple Pay was launched in October 2014 to work with Apple's Passbook system and interact with payment terminals, enabling Apple users to pay for products and services at various outlets, as well as purchases made in the app itself. The setup of this system was amazing smooth, and as a result users in America accepted it instantly. There were a few minor hiccups in adoption, but overall the release was a resounding success.
If, like us, you have been using mobiles and the internet for over a decade, you should know that the comparison between the classic Nokia 3330 and the Apple iPhone is beyond comical. Those almost indestructible Nokia phones could be taken anywhere, dropped and even thrown, and were built to withstand even to extreme environments like construction sites and outdoor locations.
That was one hell of a start to WWDC. There were so many announcements to be covered that it felt like the whole event was rushed through. As usual, the hedgehog lab team was really excited for the amazing things that would be announced at WWDC, and we weren’t disappointed.