NowhereElse has published photos of the purported iPhone 6 circuit board of the next generation iPhone – iPhone 6. “Although its design is essentially identical to that of PCB found in previous generations of iPhone, this new model is nevertheless differs in some points,” Steve Hemmerstoffer reports for “It will be noted for example that the bracket to the top of this piece is much longer than usual, or that the location of some components such as the processor differs from one generation to another. Significant changes in internal designRead More
According to a new report from Chinese media outlet UDN (via GforGames), Apple’s rumored 5.5-inch iPhone, next generation iPad mini and iPad Air will enter mass production this September with a launch expected sometime in October. The 4.7-inch iPhone is now in mass production following initially production issue and should be available for a September launch, according to the report. DigiTimes, a Taiwan-based news outlet, recently reported that Apple is withholding the launch of the 5.5-inch iPhone to avoid competition with their 4.7-inch version as was the case with the iPhone 5sRead More
According to a new report from Digitimes, Apple is expected to become the largest client for Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). The Taiwan-based foundry house is reportedly in the process of ramping up production of A8 processors for the next-generation iOS devices and is likely to receive an order from Apple to produce the A9 CPUs in 2015. According to the report:Read More
In a new report, Apple centric blog 9to5 Mac  announced that Apple is “tentatively” planning a keynote address in mid September to kick start the unveiling of a slew of new products, among these will be the iPhone 6, according to their sources. “These people say that the second and third weeks of September are the mostly likely weeks for the event to be held, but they add that manufacturing uncertainties could alter the event’s timeframe,” Mark Gurman writes for 9to5 Mac. “A decision has not been finalized, and sources madeRead More
According to a new patent granted to Apple by the USPTO (via AppleInsider) Apple has invented a wrist-worn wearable device with augmented strap capabilities, support for arm and wrist gestures, advanced proximity-sensing circuitry and much more. Apple filed for the patent on 20 July 2011 (for those that thinks Apple is copying others) and lists Golko; Albert J., Schmidt; Mathias W. and Alvarez; Felix as inventors. The patent describes a device referred to as “iTime that fits on the wrist and connects with other portables like iPhones and iPads, computers,Read More
According to a new report from Uswitch (via MacRumors) the new Apple logo opening in the rear shell of the iPhone 6 will light up to notify owners of incoming messages among other things. Uswitch came to this conclusion by examining the rear shell of the purported next generation iPhone to the iPhone 5s, which has the logo stamped on the rear shell. Uswitch: SourceRead More
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Over a week ago, Marques Brownlee released an iPhone 6  torture test video where he tried scratching the display of the purported iPhone 6 display with a knife and key with no success. In a new video, Marques Brownlee got more technical and explains exactly the knife and key were ineffective and used two different types of sandpaper to scratch the display. According to Brownlee, the Mohs scale of mineral hardness rates mineral hardness from 1-10. The iPhone 5s’ Gorilla Glass display is rated at 6.8 and the iPhone 5s TouchRead More
Renowned designer Martin Hajek has published a new render of the third next generation iPad mini features some of the design language rumored to feature in the iPhone 6. Firstly, Martin Hajek iPad mini 3 render sports rounded corners and Touch ID. Martin Hajek: And here we have a stunning visual display of all we know about Apple’s rumored iPhone 6 so far from NowhereElse:    Read More
iPhone 6 compared with iPhone 5s (Photo Gallery):Read More
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EpiServer’s new Mobile Commerce report 2014  - Mobile Commerce 2014: Serving the Omnichannel Customers reveals that iPhone owners use their smartphone to shop online far more than their Android counterpart. The study involving 1,000 UK adults (smartphones and tablets owners) reveals that 66 percent of iPhone users make purchases via mobile sites at least once a month, compared to only 47 percent of those with an Android smartphone. The study also highlighted that iPhone owners are the most frequent shoppers, with one in 10 making a purchase using their mobile everyRead More