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.
With the amount of iPhone 6 leaks occurring on a daily basis, we doubt that there will be anything surprising left for Apple’s launch event at Flint Center this year. From rumored photographs to hardware components, we really have seen it all. But whenever we get to saying that, a seemingly fresh leak pops up, detailing even more components.
This time it’s the back casing on the iPhone 6 which has been leaked courtesy of the french site NWE.fr. The photos themselves are of high quality so we can take a detailed look at what Apple’s next flagship device can be expected to offered design wise. With the rate things seem to proceeding with iPhone 6 case pictures, we’ve taken all the pictures and combined them for your viewing ease. Enjoy!
This just in. With almost every detail about the iPhone 6 launch confirmed, there are yet more leaks to follow about Apple’s flagship device. We’ve been hearing more and more rumors and reports about the mobile wallet platform and NFC for the iPhone 6. These are said to be ‘hallmark’ features of the smartphone. The timing might be just right for such a move as well, with the vast troves of data already with Apple due to iTunes.
Well, the french site nowhereelse.fr has just posted pictures of what appear to be the processor destined for the iPhone 6. There has been relative silence in the Apple rumor mill about the A8 so far. The only things that we expect based on a single report is that the SoC for the iPhone 6 will be able to hit frequencies of up to 2 GHz.
This just in. Things are heating up finally in the iPhone 6 launch avenue. With Apple having officially sent invites for the launch events, it’s time we answer the ‘where’ as well. The iPhone 6 just today received another boost. A report by Wired just added further credibility to the fact that we will indeed be seeing mobile payments on the iPhone 6.
The iPhone 6 will not only come with mobile payments, but it is said to be a hallmark feature on the flagship device. This makes sense since Apple is indeed all set to introduce mobile payments with the vast troves of credit card data it has courtesy of iTunes. Well enough of that, not only can the iPhone 6 be surely expected to come on September 9th, but it’s going to be launch at a place which hasn’t seen an Apple event in quite a while.
With Apple having officially sent out invites for a launch event on September 9th, we can be sure to lay our eyes on the iPhone 6 soon. That however does not stop features and news about the smartphone leaking on the internet however. One of these news, the presence of an NFC chip on the device for mobile payments is one that can prove to be a game changer for Apple and the iPhone 6.
The presence of NFC on the iPhone 6 has been rumored for quite a while now. Starting from the initial word which was a month back,when Apple was reported to be in talks with its partners to launch a mobile payments platform with the iPhone 6. This was proceeded with pictures of an alleged logic board of the device which further elaborated on the feature.
This was followed by perhaps the most definitive word we’ve had so far about mobile payments on the flagship device. A reliable source for our friends over at VentureBeat laid out several features to be present on the iPhone 6. Well today we have word from another important source this time courtesy of Wired.com.
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
Apple’s iPhone 6 has got to perhaps one of the most worst guarded devices in company history. We’ve seen almost everything related to the flagship device in form of leaks. These cover the individual components of the Apple device as well as it’s retail box pictures and alleged images depicting the real device. To join the already expansive list of alleged iPhone 6 components today are images depicting the loudspeaker components of the flagship device.
iPhone 6 Loud Speaker Assembly Components Allegedly Shown In Image.
After a brief impasse, leaks about the iPhone 6 have started to occur once again. This time it’s about the co-processor on Apple’s upcoming device due to be launched in September. According to blueprints posted by GeekBench and spotted by GforGames, the iPhone 6 will see an update from the M7 found on the 5S. This new co-processor for the device will be in place mainly for healthkit data collection support.
iPhone 6 Co-Processor To Be Called Phosphorus – To Be Responsible For Collecting Health Kit Data
The iPhone 6 is going to be with us soon. Within weeks as a matter of fact. That doesn’t stop us from speculating about Apple’s next flagship device though. There have been a couple of leaks related to Apple’s upcoming flagship over the past couple of days. They put the iPhone 6 to have a resolution of 828 x 1472 from the iOS 8 SDK and 960 x 1704 through microscopic analysis and a report.
Today’s speculation isn’t based on any leaks but rather comes courtesy of iPhone journalist John Gruber. Mr. Gruber has something to say about the resolution of the iPhone 6. His method is not based on leaks or any information but rather follows a very scientific approach towards figuring out the specifications of the iPhone 6. They are based on the fact that Apple has continuously stuck to 326 ppi for iPhones 4 and 5, even though iPhone 5 saw a 0.5 screen size increase from the iPhone 4. So let’s try to see if Mr. Gruber actually has a point here as well.
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is going in full swing with tech celebrities getting on the challenge. This ice bucket challenge is designed to bring awareness and raise funds to fight ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), a progressive neurodegenerative disease affecting nerve cells in brain and spinal cord. Following the lead of the “human” leaders, we are now looking at the Samsung Galaxy S5 taking on the challenge and nominating other smartphones leading the smartphone technology world. In this video, Samsung Galaxy S5 has nominated HTC One M8, iPhone 5s, and Lumia 930.
Galaxy S5 ALS ice bucket challenge:
While many are complaining about Sammy having turned a charity cause into a marketing gimmick, we don’t seem to hate it. Everything in this commercial world is definitely tweaked to benefit the products or the companies at the end of the day. It is no different then for the case of Galaxy S5 ALS ice bucket challenge. ALS
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
In the past couple of days a variety of pictures have surfaced online showing what appears to be a reversible USB cable intended for the iPhone 6 and other Apple products due to be launched this fall. If true, then this would be cause a lot of users to breathe a sigh of relief since the correct insertion of the USB connector into notebooks/PCs is a rather mundane problem that we still have to face. And it’s due time someone solved it already.
Well, according to a patent filed at the U.S patents office, Apple has been interested in the solution for this. Spotted by appleinsider, the patent filing goes by the title “Reversible USB Connector with Compliant Member to Spread Stress and Increase Contact Normal Force.” The filing deals with a ‘Type-A’ plug that features a double orientation design and is 180 degrees symmetrical. However before you get all to excited, the filing comes with a catch.
Apple’s all set to launch the iPhone 6 this September with a variety of impressive specs. As the iPhone 6 comes with a larger screen size, a better processor and other features, vendors seem to be keep to get the existing 5C and 5S devices in stock out as soon as possible. So Wallmart has made the 16 GB Apple iPhone 5C and 5S a part of a fire sale which will allow you to get the devices for ridiculously low prices.
So for all of you that think the iPhone 6 will end up being a little heavy on their wallets, Wallmart’s deals just might be the thing for you. According to the fire sale, the 16 GB Apple iPhone 5C will be available for just a mere $ 0.79. We suppose the amount is there just so Wallmart doesn’t end up giving you something for free. Though the price tag of $ 0.79 does almosttt make the iPhone 5C free. You’ll still be under a contract of Verizon, AT&T, US Cellular or Sprint for two years though.
As the iPhone 6 nears it’s September launch, almost on a daily basis pictures of hardware parts of the device have been leaking. From logic boards, to home button sensors for the device, we’ve almost seen it all. Well, today’s the first time anyone has bothered to put together the rear and front of the iPhone 6 together to give a complete look of the device.