Additional details are beginning to emerge about the next-generation iPhone. According to a report from Chinese microblog Weibo, the so-called “iPhone 6″ could feature a number of different built-in sensors for temperature, humidity and atmospheric pressure… (more…)
Following decades of leadership under Bill Gates and Steve Ballmer, Microsoft is now headed by a new CEO named Satya Nadella. Despite being on the job for a short amount of time, Nadella is preparing for his first live interview at a so-called special event. And he could enter the scene with a bang… (more…)
In addition to introducing Healthbook, TextEdit and Preview, Apple is said to be considering making changes to certain stock applications for iOS 8. According to Mark Gurman, a blogger with a strong track record at reporting on rumors, one of the primary changes could be the removal of Game Center from both iOS and OS X… (more…)
The above video demonstrates an iPhone Air render, and it looks snazzy. I’m usually not a fan of concept videos, since they tend to be ridiculous in at least one way or another. This, however, could make for a very nice next-generation iPhone.
The next-generation System-on-a-Chip that is likely to power the iPhone 6, along with future iPad models, is already being fabricated at TSMC, according to a report from the Commercial Times of Taiwan (Google translate version here). The Commercial Times asserts that the A8 chip could be quad-core, and would also be 64-bit (as is the A7).
Motorola hinted on Twitter today that it will be unveiling its next-generation Moto X smartphone in late summer. The mobility company neglected to provide any further details, although rumors point towards the obvious: improved hardware specifications and the latest version of Android. Further information about a specific release date or pricing details remains unknown… (more…)
Yet another report out of Taiwan is stating that Apple will release two larger iPhone models this year. One will be 4.7″, while the other will be 5.6″, according to the rumor. This falls in line with other rumors that have circulated since the end of last year, and so it therefore seems likely.
However, the report also states something that doesn’t seem at all possible. (more…)
An interesting new concept video demonstrates what a 13″ iPad Pro might look like running Mac OS X. The video is completely, 100% fake, and will likely never actually happen — Apple has made it clear that it considers iOS to be designed for touch screens, while OS X is made for a keyboard and mouse. I agree. But, with that aside, I do enjoy at least watching what a potential xPad might look like (pretty clever name, huh?). Catch the video after the read link. (more…)
Yesterday’s large iPhone 6 “leak” has been confirmed to be fake, and are actually in fact just some very good renderings. The renderings come from Martin Hajek. You can view the debunking images for yourself, but the evidence that these are fake is fairly conclusive.