Report: iPhone 6 production to begin in second half of this year

iphone_5s_6_sizes_no_bezelPegatron is expected to begin mass production of the next-generation iPhone in the second half of this year, according to the Chinese-language publication The Commercial Times. No further details or specifics are provided in the report, which is largely uncorroborated.

It has been reported for months that Apple is working on the so-called “iPhone 6,” which is expected to have a larger screen size and a sapphire crystal display. The company also potentially has a second new iPhone model in the works, although information remains limited at this point.

[The Commercial Times via 9to5Mac]

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Here’s everything you need to know about Healthbook

healthbook-book (1)Mark Gurman over at 9to5Mac, notorious for his detailed, thorough, and comprehensive Monday morning reports on the future of Apple, has published yet another this morning; this time, he gives us a look at what Apple has planned for iOS 8, Healthbook, and the rumored iWatch wearable device. After the break you’ll even find some detailed examples of Healthbook, which are recreations made from screenshots of the app itself. (more…)

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Apple supposedly launching 8GB iPhone 5c tomorrow

Mara_iphone5c_blue_angle1Well this was unexpected. According to a variety of reports across the web today, Apple is planning to launch an even cheaper iPhone model tomorrow: an 8GB iPhone 5c. Apple hasn’t talked publicly about how well the cheaper, colored version of the iPhone is doing, but rumors say that it’s not performing as well as its two brothers. (more…)

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Apple reduces 30-day iPhone return policy to 14 days

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Apple has quietly reduced its iPhone return policy from 30 days to 14 days in the United States, according to the company’s official retail website. The change aligns the iPhone with Apple’s standard 14-day return policy on all other products it sells, ranging from iPads and iPods to Macs and Apple TVs. The return policy in Canada has also been shorted to 15 days.

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Do you still have an unlimited data plan? T-Mobile and Sprint may soon be moving away from them

T-Mobile-iPhone-5More and more companies are axing their unlimited data plans every day, and if you still have one, you’re likely barely holding onto it. While data consumption continues to increase steadily across the board, some carriers such as T-Mobile are trying to hold on to customers by promising to continue offering such plans. But that strategy isn’t working all too well, yet, and some of the larger carriers such as AT&T are holding strong even in light of their ridiculously expensive capped plans. But not everyone is so unfortunate. (more…)

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