Investment firm J.P. Morgan told investors on Monday that while Apple’s investments in sapphire may someday allow the company to use it as a cover for displays, the material is unlikely to appear in this year’s iPhones due to the prohibitive costs in manufacturing the material in large quantities.
Gazelle, the electronics trade-in site, has announced that it will lock in trade-in prices for your old iPhone now, and not require you to send the iPhone to them until your new iPhone arrives.
A document, leaked recently, shows what is allegedly a schematic for Apple’s upcoming “A8″ processor, which is expected to power Apple’s “iPhone 6″ when it debuts this fall. The document shows the chip will contain 1GB of RAM.
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A new report from The Wall Street Journal claims that while Apple’s next-generation of iPhone will boast a sapphire display, it will only use the ultra-hard material on the more expensive models of the company’s flagship device.
DigiTimes reports that Apple supply partner Pegatron will be producing 25 million of the estimated 50 million 4.7-inch iPhone 6 units expected to be shipped this year.
Another day, another leaked photo of an iPhone 6 component. Today’s photo is what appears to be a fully assembled logic board destined for the iPhone 6.
New high resolution photos from Feld & Volk, vendor of luxury modified iPhones, show the best peek yet at what appear to be parts from an upcoming iPhone 6. The pics appear to show the front panel, a power button, and a mute switch from Apple’s upcoming handset.
Amazon has launched the Amazon Local Register iOS compatible card reader to battle Square’s Square Reader, and PayPal’s Here card reader. The reader features an anti-swivel design, and integrates with Amazon Payments.
Reports from Chinese media sources claim the iPhone 6 is in the final quality control testing stage, just ahead of the kickoff for mass production of the device.
The Q2 2014 enterprise market share figures from Good Technology shows iOS still holding on to 67% of the market, even as they ceded 5 points of their market share to Android, which increased its share to 32%. Windows Phone accounted for a mere 1% of the market.
It’s breakfast time in America, so it must be time for another alleged photo of an iPhone 6 back panel. This one, from noted leaker Sonny Dickson, appeared today, giving a peek at what may indeed be part of the final design for the much anticipated device.
The last several months have seen a plethora of drawings, photos, and mockups for rear shell parts for the iPhone 6 that have indicated Apple was abandoning the pill-shaped “True Tone” dual-LED flash it used on the iPhone 5s.
A set of photos released on Sunday show a close-up of an assembled 4.7-inch display, allegedly bound for Apple’s upcoming “iPhone 6.” The photo shows a cover glass, mounting structures and flex cables.