For almost a year now we have seen renders of what many people think the iPhone 6 would look like. Well for those looking for an actual real picture of the phone, the wait is over. The guys at KitGuru have obtained what they claim to be the first actual photo of the iPhone 6.
There have been many rumors circulating around about upcoming Apple devices, but not that much has been said about the processor that will be powering these devices. Apple’s A8 Processor, which will power these devices will is said to have a clock speed of 2 GHz or higher.
With the rumors swirling about Apple getting ready to launch a new iPhone in the coming months, it seems that many places have been cutting the price of the device, making it very affordable. The biggest markdown has been by Walmart.
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 belief that Apple doesn’t conduct market research seems to stem from Steve Jobs era. The late Apple CEO insisted that market research was pointless because consumers didn’t know what they want.
Phil Schiller, Apple’s marketing chief, made a reminiscent statement of the view back in 2012 saying the company doesn’t rely on any focus groups, customer surveys, or typical things of this kind; that has no role in the creation of Apple products.
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.
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.
Can you believe that it has been 30 years since Apple introduced the Macintosh personal computer? The Mac was very ground breaking when it was introduced because instead of the normal command line like most PCs at the time it used a Graphical User Interface (GUI) and mouse, which made using the device extremely easy.
Lugging around a laptop’s power supply can be a chore. FINsix aims to shrink laptop power supplies across the board into something you can easily carry in your pocket while still delivering the same power output.