We have seen a lot of leaked images of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6, however, the other rumored, larger iPhone Air isn’t getting the same kind of love. Anticipating the official launch of 4.7-inch iPhone 6 on September 9, it is only justified to see an increased focus on the smartphone. Today, we are finally looking at the iPhone Air rear shell images through a video.
Apple’s well known for it’s secure services and devices. After all, with the amount of credit card data the company possesses due to iTunes, one has to take appropriate security measures. However, it seems like Apple has failed in one critical area – iCloud, and the cost of this failure has resulted in pictures of countless celebrities being leaked online.
The list of celebrities affected by this breach inlcude Jennifer Lawrence, Kirsten Dunst, Kate Upton, Avril Lavigne to name a few. The images surfaced late last night. According to anonymous 4Chan users, the photos have been grabbed from Apple’s iCloud servers.
Photos aren’t the only items acquired by the hacker. According to 4Chan users, the hacker also has videos in his possession, which he/she intends to sell to TMZ. Several celebrities have confirmed that the photos are authentic indeed. But further confusion has been spread in the mix by several claims, including Mary Winstead who claims that the photos were deleted ages ago.
Well looks like things are heating up in iWatch department. Apple is expected to launch the device this September along with the iPhone 6 at Flint Center. Apple’s products are nefarious amongst it’s critics for being grossly overpriced and Apple’s users are often accused of following a ‘brand’ rather than actual performance.
All of these criticisms haven’t stopped it’s products from gaining their fair market share yet new insight on the iWatch’s price might add credibility to these accusations. According to a source straight out of Cupertino, Apple’s iWatch will come in two variants.
The lower end variant of the iWatch could cost around $ 499 and the higher end variant can be expected to have a whooping price tag of $ 799. One can really expect the iWatch to be able cause mass global mayhem with that price. However, Apple just might be aiming towards the luxury high end watch market with such a price in mind.
A price tag of $ 800 is still nothing when comparing to luxury watches out there. Apple does generally target a high end niche with it’s products. A price tag with the $ 400 range has also been cited by another report. Cited by Re/Code, widely known for their accurate industry reports. However Re/Code cautions that the price is not final and was merely discussed amongst a variety of options.
It’s official! Apple has finally announced its annual fall event for September 9, 2014. It was hugely rumored that Apple will unveil its next generation iPhone 6 on this day. Yesterday, we also saw some rumors claiming that Cupertino is gearing to launch its first ever smartwatch – popularly known as iWatch – on the same day along with iPhone 6 on Thursday morning.
iPhone 6 launch event official!
It is expected that Apple will unveil iPhone 6 variants (at least two models) on the day. This year is considered
Considering no day will be complete without an iPhone 6 rumor or image until its unveiling this September 9, here is a new set of iPhone 6 images. These latest leaked iPhone 6 images capture the alleged components of the smartphones including Apple’s logo, internal speakers, vibrator motor, and the SIM card tray.
Leaked iPhone 6 images:
This latest set of iPhone 6 images comes through a French source that has been regularly leaking components of
We know Apple for being a perfectionist. The tech leader takes its time in launching its products but makes a blast every time it introduces a new product in the market. After 2010, this is the first year that a completely new product is expected from Cupertino in the shape of a smartwatch, popularly known as iWatch. While many enthusiasts waited to buy any currently offered smartwatch and sort of relied on Apple to launch its iWatch, it looks like Apple may not just make a huge blast with iWatch. Expected to be launched alongside iPhone 6 variants on September 9, recent analysis reports that Apple may just have compromised on battery performance for better image quality.
iWatch battery details:
This iWatch battery analysis reveals that Cupertino may be making a few big compromises in its latest product.DisplaySearch analyst Charles Annis has released a new note suggesting that Apple has focused on the QVGA AMOLED display of the iWatch which possibly can be a bad news for battery performance. Considering its thinness, light weight, and of course image quality, Apple seems to have “prioritized image quality over battery life” as the analyst says:
It is high time Apple unveiled its smartwatch as almost every other technology leader has done so. But then, it is Apple we are talking about; who knows what surprises and transformations iWatch will bring in the world of little, cute and geeky smartwatches. For months now we have been hearing that Apple will unveil its first ever smartwatch with iPad Air 2 and Retina iPad Mini 2 in October. However, as the online world is quite active prior to IFA and Apple unveiling events in September, there are a few contradictions coming in about the launch dates. The recent one suggest that Apple is actually planning to have the iWatch launch alongside its iPhone 6 lineup of products (lineup because there are more than just 2 variants expected this time).
iWatch launch date:
As Cupertino is rumored to launch two different and larger variants of iPhone 6 coming in at 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch
A new set of iPad Air 2 leaked images reveal quite a few details about the next-generation tablet from Apple. This slimmer, ultra-thin iPad Air 2 will keep up with the designing of its predecessors, however, there might be couple changes made as apparent from this leak too. These images are of the rear shell of the iPad Air 2 which is expected to be unveiled in October this year along with a smartwatch and possibly an ultra-thin, 12-inch MacBook.
iPad Air 2 leaked images:
This is not the first time that we are looking at the iPad Air 2 leaked images of the rear shells as we saw some
With iPad sales reportedly not going as strong as Apple would have liked, the company is looking to shake things up with it’s popular tablet lineup. Well not that dramatically yet but reportedly Cupertino has it’s largest every iPad in the works. Bloomberg today published an interesting report that says that Apple’s suppliers have started preparations to manufacture the company’s largest iPad ever. The screen size for this mystical device? An unprecedented 12.9 inches.
Apple promised that the Lightning cables will deliver durability but as we are witnessing that promise isn’t really being delivered. The ends of the Lightning cables attached to the connector get frayed over time giving us some real trouble. Most of this happens because of pulling the charger from the cable rather than the connector. However, even if you take the above precaution, frayed Lightning cables is a notion that you will have to experience anyway. Here are some tips on how to prevent and fix frayed Lightning cables of your precious iPhones and iPads.
Prevent frayed Lightning cable:
Care is better than cure – as it has been said forever. Keeping on with the tradition then, here are a couple tips to help you prevent frayed Lightning cables:
Latest images right from the Apple’s largest manufacturing partner, Foxconn, reveal some interesting details about the upcoming flagship smartphone from Cupertino. Some of the details shared in the images include internal code names of both the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6 variants, weights of the devices, battery details, protruding camera lens and more such details.
Latest iPhone 6 details:
Leaked images from Foxconn detail the information of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 which will be 158 mm long, 7.1 mm
iOS Games 2014:
Following are the best iOS Games for your iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch. Please note that these games are playable on all iDevices unless indicated. These games were released within past month (July 2014).
1. Traps n’ Gemstones
(Metroidvania, from Donut Games. $2.99)
TRAPS N’ GEMSTONES is an adventurous game. Among various top notch gamers typically known as the Metroidvania genre. Donut Games, the developer behind this title is the one who made their names on Traffic Rush, Sunday Lawn, the “Rat On A” series and many others like.
Precious relics have suddenly started to disappear from a well-hid pyramid that has been guarded by Bedouins for generations, who claim to have a spotted unknown perpetrator. As a freelance archaeologist and expert on ancient explorations, you’ve been secretly called in to Egypt to help them solve the mystery. Arriving at the pyramid’s entrance empty handed, your journey starts off by searching some well known chambers for items and weapons to help you on your quest. But as you get deeper into the pyramid, you begin to realize that this mystery will require more than just a whip, a sharp mind and a good amount of explosives to travel.
2. Monster Hunter Freedom Unite
Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6 has finally become the only smartphone taking all the limelight from the tech world after the release of the long-awaited Samsung’s metal phone, the Galaxy Alpha. Today’s attention at the iOS 8 powered smartphone focuses on its resolution. While the iOS 8 SDK hints at a resolution of 828 x 1472, another analysis reveals that it would be 960 x 1704. However, the later could possibly indicate the resolution of the larger, 5.5-inch iPhone 6.
iPhone 6 resolution woes:
Buried within the latest Xcode 6 software development kit (SDK), the resolution of iPhone 6 is hinted as 828 x 1472 (414 x 736 under the point-value parsing of iOS SDK) which doesn’t really comply with the earlier rumors. The 4.7-inch iPhone 6 was rumored to have a resolution of 960 x 1704 also getting another nod today in a different report. Published by 9to5mac, the former hint taken up from the iOS 8 SDK itself potentially states that the upcoming iPhone 6 will have a much sharper screen than the current models, also sporting increased real estate.
Apple is set to release its latest mobile OS in the next couple weeks after the reported launch of iPhone 6 on September 9. Cupertino has just released the iOS 8 Beta 6 to its testing partners before publicly releasing the update to the registered developers. iOS 8 will be one of the major software update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch as it features third-party keyboard support, improved Notification Center, better integration with OS X Yosemite and many other such major improvements and features.
This news of Apple having seeded out the iOS 8 Beta 6 to its testing partners comes through BGR which reports that unlike previous beta builds, Apple has exclusively released the latest to its testing partners as it may just be
Today Apple has released OS X Yosemite Developer Preview 6 to registered developers. This update comes two weeks after the Preview 5 was sent out to the registered Mac developers. Apple also released OS X Yosemite public beta a few weeks back creating much interest in the latest OS offering. This ensured for the Cupertino to be extensively reported to for the bugs and issues creating a wider testing audience.
OS X Yosemite Preview 6:
OS X Yosemite was unveiled at the packed event of WWDC 2014 keynote. The latest OS brings new features improvements. However, the biggest highlight of the OS is its offering a minimalist, flatter look matching the iOS 7 helping Apple achieve a uniform and consistent look through out its product lineup. OS X Yosemite introduces a much improved Notification Center and improves Mail Drop, new iCloud Drive integration, better integration with iOS 8 through Continuity and much more.