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According to the latest report from Reuters, Apple's iWatch will be released in October. The mass-production of the device will start in July.
As to the smartwatch itself, it will reportedly feature a 2.5-inch display and a couple of sensors capable of tracking user's physical activity and monitoring his or her health. In particular, the device will be equipped with sensors measuring blood glucose, blood pressure, pulse etc. Apart from that, the iWatch will boast of wireless charging.
Apple’s iPhone 6 may be equipped with an atmospheric pressure sensor. Such a sensor can be used not only to measure the atmospheric pressure, but also to forecast weather changes and provide the user with altitude data.
Apple is expected to make its next-generation iPhone with a 5.5-inch display more expensive. In fact, the guys from Cupertino may charge $100 more for the handset, Tavis McCourt of Raymond James claims.
Apple’s sapphire manufacturing facility in Mesa, Arisona, which is expected to be put into operation at the end of this month, will be capable of producing enough sapphire material to cover the long-anticipated iWatch and both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6. This is what Matt Margolis of Seeking Alpha says.
According to the latest rumors, Synaptics has purchased Renesas Electronics division called Renesas SP Drivers. The firm produces display chips for various smartphones including Apple's iPhone.
Following recent iPhone 6 back shell leak, a couple of new photos showing something similar to the front and back panels of the long-anticipated device appeared on the Internet. The photos were spotted on a Chinese social network Weibo on Wednesday. Unlike the previous leaks, the images are of relatively good quality.
Apple's iPhone sales in this quarter may beat the Wall Street estimates. This is what Katy Huberty of Morgan Stanley predicts. If to believe the data shared by the analyst, the guys from Cupertino may sell as many as 39 million iPhone units in the second calendar quarter of 2014.
A new photo showing iPhone 6 back panel has recently appeared on the Internet. According to what can be seen on the image, the back shell is made of metal. It resembles iPhone 5s panel, however, it is slightly bigger.
As you probably know, Apple is expected to release its next-generation handset this fall. According to the rumor, which appeared on the Internet earlier today, the iPhone 6 will feature a larger screen, wireless charger and the support of near field communication technology (NFC) and LTE networks. Well, this is what VentureBeat reporters write.
As you probably know, Apple is expected to release its long-anticipated iWatch later this year. According to what Brian White of research firm Cantor Fitzgerald writes, the mass-production of the components for the new wearable device will begin this month. As to the release date, the analyst suggests that the smartwatch will be unveiled in September. At the same time with Apple's next-gen iPhone.
A new feature has been added to Find My iPhone system in iOS 8. This feature is called "Send Last Location” and, as seen from the name, it automatically sends the last saved location to Apple each time the battery of the device drains to a critical level.
According to the latest comScore research, Apple’s iPhone is the leader of the smartphone market in the United States. In the three months, which ended in April, the iPhone had a market share of about 41%.
A new interesting video has been recently posted on YouTube, which is called “25 Reasons the iPhone 5s is Better Than the Galaxy S5”. It shows us why Apple’s iPhone is better that the South Korean handset. The video was created by PhoneBuff. What is interesting is that the video was posted to same YouTube channel, where you can watch a video called “25 Reasons the Galaxy S5 is Better Than the iPhone 5s”. Both clips are available below.
A new leaked image showing purported 4.7-inch iPhone 6 back cover has recently appeared on the Internet. The photo was shared by Macfixit Australia.
According to the latest rumors, the guys from Cupertino are seriously thinking about their own mobile payment service. In fact, they have even begun negotiations with several retail store chains concerning the possibility to launch such a service in near future, insiders claim.