With the latest rumor about Apple’s plan to unveil its iWatch along with iPhone 6 on September 9, comes another one that talks about the expected price point. According to Re/Code’s recent report, Apple’s executives “have discussed charging around $400″ for the wearable device. The report suggests that top Apple executives are still discussing the matter and nothing is confirmed as of now. Various models with different price points catering to different market segments is what Apple is targeting. Read More
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
There have been several rumours about Apple’s plan to shun the 16GB version for iPhone 6 and come up with a higher capacity version of 128GB. 16GB version has existed for all models of iPhone to date, but with a newer iOS it was expected Apple will do away with the 16GB version and would instead introduce a higher capacity iPhone 6. Read More
Apple has started preparing the infrastructure for the special event planned on September 9, where it will introduce its 4.7-inch iPhone 6. The event is to be held at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts at De Anza College in Cupertino. It is the same location where Steve Jobs introduced the original Mac 30 years ago. Flint Center is not used very often and the last time an event took place there was in 1998. Read More
As noted by The Loop, Apple has sent out media invitations for the special event where it will be introducing the iPhone 6. As rumoured before, the event is scheduled on the September 9 and will be held at the Flint Centre for the Performing Arts in Cupertino. Registration for the event will start at 8:00 am and the event will begin from 10:00 am. Read More
In May, Apple had won the second major infringement case against Samsung and the court had asked Samsung to pay $120 million to Apple. After winning the case Apple had requested for a permanent injunction on nine Samsung devices in the U.S. According to The Wall Street Journal, Judge Lucy Koh has denied this request. Read More
In a recent interview with Re/code’s Walt Mossberg, Tim Cook said that the decline in sales of iPad from past two quarters is just a “Speed Bump”.
In a brief interview about tablets I had this week with Apple CEO Tim Cook, he said, “We couldn’t be happier with how we’ve done with the first four years of the iPad,” and added that, “I’d call what’s going on recently a speed bump, and I’ve seen that in every category.”