Repair firm iFixit has completely disassembled the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. As shown in their videos, the internals of both the phones are very similar, with the components adjusted according to their shell sizes. iPhone 6 Plus contains a huge 2915 mAH battery, whereas iPhone 6 has a 1810 mAH rated battery. Comparing it with iPhone 5S that has a 1500 mAh battery, the higher rating in the new phones is in line with bigger screen sizes of 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch. The performance test showed the batteries performed better than the ones in previous models. Read More
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A recent iPhone 6 Logic board image leak by Sonny Dickson, obtained from luxury modified iPhone vendor Feld & Volk, shows the presence of NFC Chip on the Logic Board. Like the previous rumours, this one also shows the presence of NFC chip by NXP. NXP is also the NFC partner for Android device companies for Near Field Communication. Read More
Presence of NFC in iPhone 6 has been under discussion for some time. Near Field Communication will be mainly used for mobile payments. Initially, there had been rumours of the service option getting dropped with only an option of using Bluetooth and Wi-Fi for the payment service. Read More
Google’s Android Wear 2.0 has finally made its way to the markets after a long wait. It features a standalone Android Play Support and bring on-watch Google Play Store with an integration of Google Assistant. The tech giant has partnered with LG and brings two all new watch segments for the users with an enhanced Android experience, LG Watch Style and the LG Watch Sport, running on the Android Wear 2.0. Read More
LG’s Google-based smartwatch is going to make its global debut by the end of February, and if leaks and rumors are to be believed, they are priced at around $249, a rate which is quite affordable for a watch having such high end features. LG will launch the watch in two variants, silver and rose gold. The budget watch will be launched alongside the LG Watch Sport, a much more fully-featured smartwatch, whose pricing hasn’t disclosed yet. Read More
2016 was not a very influential year for Apple. The iPhone 7 was not as astounding as expected, hence the sales didn’t do well and if rumors are to be believed, future production cuts by 10% are to be observed. The iPhone 7 Plus is still popular, but a shortage of sensors for its camera has prompted Apple to scale back because it can’t meet demand. Also, Apple’s premium notebook lineup failed to earn recommendation from Consumer Reports, the reason being the poor battery fitted in the new Apple MacBook Pro devices of 2016. The models with the Touch Bar in the Apple MacBook Pros seemed to have a battery that is lower in capacity, when compared to the batteries in the Apple MacBook Pros of 2015.
The yearly sales didn’t inspire a lot of confidence in the company going forwards. Regardless of that, since a new year begins, we continue to expect a lot more from Apple since after all, there are a ton of potential new products the company is set to release.
In late 2015, Google had announced that they will be launching the Android Pay for Australia. Only 7 months later Google fulfilled their promise and have launched the payment Application for the southern continent. Android Pay is now accepted in almost all retail stores and already supports up to 25 major banks. The NFC based payment method is will be the prime competition to the already established Apple Pay and Samsung Pay. Read More
Google launched its mobile payment system- ‘Android Pay’ in Singapore on 28th June(Tuesday) , that makes Singapore the first country in Asia to get this service. Android Pay is already available in the US and the UK, this is a contactless smartphone payment system. The services can be used at any store in Singapore, which accepts contactless credit card system. Most android users in Singapore will be able to connect their credit cards with their smartphones and use it for transactions.
According to Re/Code, Apple’s rumored media event which was going to take place sometime in the 2nd week of March has been pushed to 21st March for reasons which are quite unclear. The event will most likely will take place at Apple Town Hall in Cupertino. At the event, the company will be introducing the new iPhone SE, a smaller version of the iPad Pro and some minor enhancements to the Apple Watch. Read More
Google latest addition to its Android Pay will now allow people to make in-app purchases using this Pay system similar to the Apple Pay. Read More