Pad & Quill, makers of beautifully crafted leather bags and cases for the iPhone, iPad, and MacBook, have introduced two gorgeous new cases, the Little Pocket Book for iPhone 6, and the Bella Fino for iPhone 6 Plus.
Prepaid cellular carrier Boost Mobile has announced that it will begin offering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to its customers starting Friday, October 17. Boost already offers the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c to its customers.
Pre-orders for Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus officially began on Friday in China, and the country’s three wireless carriers report receiving one million pre-orders in the first six hours of availability.
While most drivers believe that using a hands=free system to access their smartphone while driving is safer than directly using the device, a study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that hands-free systems, such as Apple’s Siri, still causes a high-level of mental distraction while behind the wheel.
Let’s face it. The iPhone 6 Plus is BIG phone. (Its HUGE!) Many users have found they have a bit of a problem reaching their thumb a-a-a-a-a-ll the way over to the opposite side of the built-in virtual keyboard while typing. The Blink Keyboard from Ethan Long Software may be the answer to your prayers.
Apple claims both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have faster LTE download speeds than the iPhone 5s. Both devices are capable of reaching 150Mbps, thanks to being equipped with the Qualcomm MDM9625M LTE chip, which supports LTE Advanced.
An alleged iPhone 6 prototype is up for sale on auction site eBay. High bid is currently $94,100 USD, and climbing. (As of 11AM Easter time.) Auction photos show the device running a different version of iOS, one that looks similar to that of factory test mode, shown in previously leaked images of iPhone 6 prototypes.
Another edition for our iPhone 6 users. The Bokeh effect became popular when iOS 7 became transparent. With the different colors and lighting effects, it looks great on the advanced iOS. Of course, iPhone 6 sized wallpapers can be scaled back for smaller devices.
The fine folks over at iFixit – the same group that loves to take apart and examine the latest electronic devices just to see what makes them tick – have published repair guides for Apple’s latest and greatest handsets.