A new video from luxury iPhone modifier Feld & Volk shows a supposed iPhone 6 the company built themselves from parts booting up and showing a screen requesting to be connected to iTunes.
The existence of an NFC chip in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6 appear to have been confirmed, via new photos from luxury iPhone modifier Feld & Volk and Sonny Dickson.
A new set of photos allegedly show the rear shell of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6. The photos, shared by Nowhereelse.fr (Google Translate), show what is purportedly a near-final rear shell and cover glass elements for Apple’s new flagship handset.
A new report suggests that Apple will include near field communication (NFC) technology in the upcoming iPhone 6. The report, from the Financial Times, says the chip will be provided by NXP Semiconductors, a Dutch firm.
Apple’s special event is set for September 9. The event is scheduled to be held at Flint Center for the Performing Arts at De Anza College in Cupertino, and Apple is reportedly building their own structure to host the event.
Apple on Thursday sent out invitations confirming a special event to be held on September 9, 2014 at 10:00AM Pacific Time. The invitations include the tagline, “Wish we could say more.”
Wired has published a report saying their sources have told them that Apple’s next-generation iPhone, due to be announced September 9th, will boast its own NFC-based payments feature.
We have more photos this morning that are said to give us a new look at parts for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6. The photos give us a peek at the device’s SIM trays, Home buttons, a revamped speaker, a vibrator motor, and the embedded rear logo.
Just ahead of Apple’s expected iPhone 6 announcement, T-Mobile on Wednesday began discounting up to $50 off the price of an iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c. The company also announced the addition of new music services to their Music Freedom program.
New photos allegedly showing the True Tone Flash components for both models of the iPhone 6 have surfaced on the web.
Rise of Rome is a real time strategy game for the iPhone that has the player participating in a Roman Empire themed competition where you need to come up with the best strategies, formations, and the strongest corps to become the top hero in Ancient Rome.
Independent mobile game development studio Open Name claims “Swing Copters”, the new game from Flappy Bird developer Dong Nguyen, is a clone of their previously released game, “Bog Racer”.
California bill SB-962, the “Smartphones” bill, was signed into law by the state’s governor Jerry Brown on Monday. The law, which mandates all smartphones sold in the state of California to have a built-in “kill-switch” by July 2015.
China’s Economic Daily News claims Apple partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is ahead of schedule with its next-generation 16nm process for chip production.
iPhone users who have a Jawbone UP device strapped to their wrists are likely familiar with the data charts showing their sleep patterns during the night. However Northern California UP users likely have a whole different kind of pattern to peruse following the Napa earthquake early Sunday.
After being cut out of Apple’s DRAM supply chain as of the iPhone 5, Samsung has worked its way back into the starting lineup for the iPhone 6.