Yesterday we talked about Apple releasing a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone. Well now more rumors are surfacing to support this, leaked images have been posted on a Chinese forum of the front panel of the phone and a molding of the phone itself.
There are always rumors about new iPhones coming out, but now we have KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo predicting that Apple will release two “all-new design” iPhones, which will come in 4.7 and 5.5-inch variants.
The iPhone really helped turn Apple into a global brand. First released in 2007 the Apple iPhone took the mobile space by storm and in short time it became one of the most popular smartphones in the world. For the first time ever Apple has revealed some details about the development process of the iPhone.
We have got some news about Google’s Project Ara, which is their modular smartphone concept. The modular handset will be available next year and the most basic version is set to retail for $50.
Things are not looking good for iPhone users who use the Bitcoin crypto-currency. Today Apple removed the final Bitcoin wallet app from the App Store. The App was named Blockchain and while it was not the largest it was removed without warning.
Just recently Intel has released 9 new Haswell mobile processors and a single new Celeron processor. These new processors feature the normal architectural improvement as well as increasing the frequency by 100 MHz compared to the previous versions.
We touched base with the Firefox OS team at Digital Experience and got some of the latest developments in the fledgling operating system that combines a Linux kernel with a Gecko-based user experience.
LG was showing a few things at CES Unveiled, but the real buzz was about their G Flex Curved smartphone. This is the worlds first curved flexible smartphone. That means not only is the smartphone curved but it is also flexible meaning you actually can flatten it out if you want!
At CES 2014 Soundfreaq has unveiled the Pocket Kick and Sound Rise. Both of these products are bluetooth speakers that are a bit Freaq’d out. Pocket Kick’s goal is ultra-portability, and Sound Rise is aiming to get you out of bed.