The iPhone 6 hasn’t even been officially announced as of yet, but that hasn’t deterred Chinese clone manufacturer Goophone from already cranking out a fairly decent looking copy.
Taiwan’s Economic Daily News reports production of Apple’s 4.7-inch “iPhone 6″ will begin in the third week of July, while the much-rumored 5.5-inch model will kickoff manufacturing in mid-August.
Facebook has launched a new “Mentions” app that is designed for the exclusive use of “actors, athletes, musicians, and other influencers,” to allow them to “discover and join conversations” on Facebook.
Google has released their official Google Analytics app for the iPhone. Analytics is a Google service that allows website owners to view and manage data related to their websites.
New photos of an alleged battery that will power the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 have been released, and they appear to show a capacity of 1,810 mAh for the power source. That would only be a modest improvement over the iPhone 5s battery, which is rated at 1,560 mAh.
Investment firm Piper Jaffray believes that while Apple’s new partnership with IBM will strengthen its position in the corporate world, it probably won’t add up to much in terms of overall iOS device sales.
Today brings new photos of an alleged Touch ID fingerprint sensor said to be for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6. The photos show a unit that appears mostly similar to the current component, excepting some relocated screw holes.
There have been iPhone 5/5s accessories that act as a stand, others that can attach various camera lenses, still others that can attach your handset to a tripod, and even one that acts as a keychain. But, what if we told you there was an accessory that can do all that, PLUS open your beer for you! How much would you pay?
A Tuesday report says that Apple has solved its purported construction problems for building the ultra-thin batteries destined for use in its next-generation iPhones, by bringing a new Taiwanese manufacturing partner into the fold.
The US Patent & Trademark Office has refused Apple’s application for a trademark for Touch ID. The decision was made back in May, but has only now been made public.
Apple’s 5.5-inch iPhone 6 may hit the market at an even later date than previously expected, says well-connected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo believes production issues being encountered with the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will likely hinder the production of the larger screened model.
While browsing for a new case for my iPhone 5s, I stumbled upon this beauty. The EXO18 from EXOvault is designed to be a handsome, yet robust case for your device. The photos look amazing, but at a price of $180, (marked down from $240), the photos are likely to be the closest I’ll ever get to one…
NowhereElse.fr has posted some pics of the first Chinese knockoffs of the iPhone 6. The devices, that look to be based on the rumored specs and schematics of Apple’s upcoming device, look to be running a version of Android that’s been skinned to look like iOS 7.
Misfit, makers of the popular Shine activity monitor, today debuted its latest product, the Misfit Beddit Sleep System.
Thanks to friend of the site Chris Rauschnot (@24k on Twitter) we’ve gotten our hands on seven codes for free downloads of the fast-paced spelling game, “Word Science.” We’ll be running the contest through Sunday morning, and we will announce the winners at Noon Eastern time on Sunday.
Once again, we hear whispers from East Asia that Apple’s next iPhone will include an advanced vibration unit that will provide various levels of haptic feedback in areas of the handset’s screen.