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A couple of days back there was word about something else coming with the IPhone 6 this fall. According to some sources, Apple was reportedly in talks with its partners to launch a Mobile Wallet. Through the Mobile Wallet consumers could make payments directly from their iPhone 6. This would eliminate the need for credit cards or any other form of payments as long as you had your iPhone 6 on you. In addition to this, Apple was reported to base the Mobile Wallet platform around Near Field Communications or NFC. This, coupled with a secure element on the iPhone 6 would make the smartphone suitable for mobile payments. Well now nowhereelse.fr has some photos which it claims are of the logic board of the iPhone 6. On the logic board shown in these photos NFC is present as well.

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So far, the only major leaks that have come are related to the 4.7 inch iPhone 6. From the alleged sapphire glass front panel to the touch id components, we could literally almost assemble the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 if all the parts were available in one room. That of course confirms latest reports that the 4.7″ iPhone 6 has entered mass production. Well, looks like the 5.5 Inch variant is also looking to catch up. Pictures of components allegedly belonging to the iPhone 6 tablet have started to leak from China. What would we do without the Chinese indeed. Apple.club.tw, a Chinese website has published pictures today of components that most likely belong to the 5.5 inch iPhone 6 phablet.

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Well folks, it looks like Apple really is going to launch the two iPhone 6 variants separately. In fact not only will the 4.7 and 5.5 inch variants of the iPhone 6 see separate launch dates, but Apple is looking to launch the 4.7 inch iPhone 6 completely separately. What this means is that the iPhone 6 will be launched as expected on September the 19th. The 5.5 inch iPhone phablet, the next iPad mini and the iPad Air 2 will be launched afterwards. This is probably being done so that the iPhone 6 remains the flagship product of Apple and others do not end up stealing its spotlight. Particularly after the fact that iPad sales continue to decline for Cupertino. This information is once again straight out of China.

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Apple this year has increased its focus on the integration between its desktop and mobile OS offerings. With the latest iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, a number of new features like Continuity and Handoff are being offered. These features essentially allow a user to have a seamless workflow across the devices – start a task on one device and keep working on another, never interrupting the work. This guide will help you to successfully setup handoff on OS X Yosemite 10.10 and iOS devices to experience this helpful feature.

While handoff is currently an unavailable feature in the beta; however, devs and testers have found a way to enable this “hidden” feature in the beta builds. setup handoff on OS X Yosemite

Prerequisites before you setup Handoff on OS X Yosemite:

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Apple made OS X Yosemite Beta 1 for public available a couple hours ago. With this first public beta iteration of the Mac OS X, there are obviously a few OS X Yosemite errors that need to be fixed. Some of these are related to the downloading and installation of the software making it difficult for the users to test the latest OS from Apple. This post will help you fix some of OS X Yosemite errors and issues. It should, however, be noted that if you are facing some download error, it could very well be because of the insane amount of users trying to download the latest OS X 10.10 right now. However, if the issue is not related to the bugs of server load, you will hopefully find a fix here.

- If you are interested in knowing about the steps to install OS X Yosemite Beta 1 on your Mac without hurting and damaging your current OS, here is the guide to help you: OS X Yosemite Public Beta is Out – Here is How to Install it!OS X Yosemite errors

Fix OS X Yosemite errors and issues:

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After the release of a report claiming that OS X Yosemite will see a delayed public release in October and will share the event with a new 4K thunderbolt display, we are seeing a leaked images and concepts getting a new life. Apple kept up with yesterday’s buzz by releasing the first OS X Yosemite public beta to the users. Earlier report came from a trusted source which has managed to successfully predict – or report – a number of bits related to Apple in the past too.

With this revived expectation of Apple working on a new 4K Thunderbolt desktop (there is also an indication that this could be a new iMac with 4K support instead of the Thunderbolt 2 display), here comes the first concept of the beautiful 4K thunderbolt display. This Apple 4K cinema concept comes from Edgar Rios who has designed a rather gorgeous new 4K Thunderbolt Display. With minimal bezels on the right and left sides and curved design, the new 4K thunderbolt display does look quite sleek. 

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Apple has today released a pre-release version of OS X Yosemite to people who had signed up for the public beta program. Using the beta program promo codes, you can now download Yosemite from the Mac App Store for free. While the OS X Yosemite public beta lacks the much-awaited continuity features allowing integration of OS X with iOS 8 powered devices, however, OS X Yosemite public beta sports some notable new features. Improvements is Safari, Messaging and Notifications are reported so far in the early testings of the OS X Yosemite public beta.OS X Yosemite public beta

 

How to Fix OS X Yosemite Beta Download Errors and Issues

Install OS X Yosemite public beta on your Mac:

After grabbing the OS X Yosemite public beta from either the Dev Center or using your own invite from Apple, you have to follow these steps to ensure safe installation. Or, you can also download OS X Yosemite from here.

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Well well well. It seems like things clearly are getting out of control in the iPhone 6 rumor arena. With previous rumors covering almost everything from the screen to the processor to the battery, there really wasn’t much left. Heck, even the alleged fingerprint sensor of the device seemed to have leaked out. Weren’t we in for a surprise though courtesy of retailer XtremeGuard. XtremeGuard has listed on its site what seem to be four variants of Apple’s upcoming flagship. Something which should undoubtedly surprise Cupertino as well.

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Retailer XtremeGuard Lists Screen Protectors For Four Different Variants Of The iPhone 6

Well ladies and gentlemen, as we know Apple has always portrayed itself as a maker of premium devices. This has, expectedly led to its devices being a tad bit overpriced. The iPhone, since its launch had always been about being the best at what it does. The original iPhone has been said by many to be the primary reason smartphones are popular today. According to some, the iPhone did indeed revolutionize the smartphone industry as it is. Keeping up to that precedence is hard in itself. So every one was a bit surprised when Apple decided to launch a plastic version of the iPhone 5 as well – dubbed as the iPhone 5C. Dubbed as being ‘colorful’, the 5C was said to be made for those who preferred a variety of options when picking their smartphone.

How does all of this relate to XtremeGuard? Well, according to the retailer, Apple is also launching an iPhone 6C. Now keep in mind that the iPhone 6 is coming in two variations, so that makes a total of four new iPhones being with us this summer. Seems highly unlikely to us. Why? Because, first of all there have been absolutely no rumors about the iPhone 6C. Secondly, the images beside the devices are all the same renders. So XtremeGuard is probably just being overly cautious. An interesting listing though. Perhaps Apple really is looking to cover all market segments this time. Who knows.

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We’re all familiar with the hype that surrounds Apple and its launch events held in September. So, its no surprise that this year does not seem to be any different at all. In fact, for all the Apple fans out there, it might be a year  with the most diverse product lineup yet. Apple is reportedly gearing up to launch two variants of the iPhone, two iPads and the iWatch this September. Following these we can expect to see the 12 inch Retina MacBook just as Intel makes the BDY-M available. This is expected in either Q3 or early 2015. In addition, two MacBook Airs (11 and 13) have also reportedly entered production.

So all in all, it seems to be a very busy year at Cupertino indeed. With all of this product development underway, who would have expected Apple to be working on something completely new. Well, according to The Information, and reported by The Verge, Apple is reportedly gearing up for a Mobile Wallet as well. This is to be expected to launched alongside the iPhone 6 this September.

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Apple In Talks For Mobile Wallet Platform – Might Be Launched With The iPhone 6

Before we get started on today’s news, first lets take a look at the Mobile Wallet platform. Simply put, through Mobile Wallet, you can make payments directly from your smartphone, instead of the whole credit card hassle. Apple’s talks with companies aren’t the first time the Mobile Wallet platform has been experimented with. Almost two years back, cooperation between Google and Verizon broke down. This was related to Verizon refusing to offer Google Wallet for the Galaxy Nexus because it required the Secure Element on the smartphone in order to function.

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Different Apple products’ launch dates are getting leaked today thanks to an insider source. We earlier reported that Apple is getting ready for a tentative iPhone 6 launch event in mid-September along with iOS 8. With iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite aiming for a consistent platform and offering many similar features, one expected both the mobile and desktop operating systems to have a single launch event. However, turns out Apple is delaying the launch event of OS X Yosemite which will be a month later in October along with a new 12-inch Retina MacBook and an Apple 4K desktop!Apple 4K desktop

Apple 4K desktop, Retina MacBook and OS X Yosemite

iOS 8 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is set for a September launch event. On the other hand, the Mac OS X Yosemite is pushed a month ahead for October release according to sources. With Developer Previews coming every two to three weeks as planned, OS X Yosemite developers will receive a final Preview build on September 29th followed by a Golden Master build on October 10th, according to the sources close to 9to5mac. The site shares authoritative bits of Apple’s news and leaks and have previously correctly broken a few rumors.

iphone 6 release
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iOS 8 and 4.7-inch iPhone 6 release date:

With only a few weeks till the expected *huge* iPhone 6 release event, more and more people are speculating about the exact date of the event. Traditionally, Cupertino has always kept iPhone release events in September, but the dates differ. Apple’s new iOS 8 is also set to make to the big launch event along with the new iPhone 6 variant(s). We have already received the iOS 8 Beta 4 build which brings the launch date even nearer. Earlier reports indicated iPhone 6 release date to be September 25th, however, today another source is claiming the date to be September 15.iPhone 6 release

While the date may not seem to matter much to a few, Apple’s loyal fan following waits for the smartphone release event every year. Followed by millions around the world, iPhone 6 release keynote event is one of the few major tech events. This year is even more important as it is the first time that Apple seems to be giving the nods to the demand of a larger display screen catered majorly by the Android based smartphones. Having kept similar design and screen size, this is the first year that Apple will release a larger and slimmer, curved iPhone – if the trillions of rumors and leaked images are to be believed.

- Read: Alibaba opens the iPhone 6 pre-orders!

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With all the hype surrounding Apple being mostly related to the iPhone 6, other parts of Apple’s lineup for this September seem to have been ignored mostly. Well, that ends today with new information having surfaced about the next iPad Mini. And starting from the basics, it seems that the tablet is going to get an entirely new nomenclature. The next iPad Mini is reportedly going to be called the iPad Mini Air from this September. This all seems justified with what the latest report seems to claim however. The Chinese Media is reporting that the  iPad Mini Air will be a staggering 30% thinner than the current version.

iOS 8 jailbreak
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Seeded yesterday on July 21, as was predicted earlier, iOS 8 Beta 4 is here with a few new changes and welcoming features. Apple keeps on adding new changes in the beta releases which helps in getting the developer community tuned in with the OS updates. Released last month, Apple’s iOS 8 brought in a number of new features like custom keyboards, third party app support, interactive notifications, etc. Here are the new iOS 8 beta 4 features introduced in the beta release.iOS 8 beta 4 features

iOS 8 Beta 4 features:

One of the first thing that you will notice after upgrading to the latest beta is the lack of the Bug Reporter app. Bug Reporter app was shipped in the iOS 8 to let developers easily file bug reports. Seems like the intense flood of bugs reported made folks at Apple withdraw the app! Other changes include a new Settings menu and a welcoming new controls center look. Here is a list of iOS 8 beta 4 features:

4.7-inch iPhone 6 models pre-order iPhone 6
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Thanks to Alibaba marketplace, you can now pre-order iPhone 6 ahead of Apple’s official release of the upcoming flagship smartphone and all of its variants. While Apple gets ready for the announcement in September, Chinese market is way ahead of the Cupertino manufacturer – thanks to Apple’s manufacturing partners? As reported, some Chinese vendors are accepting iPhone 6 pre-orders offering the “exclusive introduction to the iPhone 6″. Using the promotional materials very alike to that of Apple’s official website, the sellers have got everything right to tease about the device.4.7-inch iPhone 6 models pre-order iPhone 6

However, the legitimacy of these offers is shady considering the unverified status of these sellers. While that may be to stay safe from any court rulings, the idea of forking cash deposits from consumers makes the entire deal a

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Apple’s iOS is renowned for its security when it comes to protection against hackers and malicious software. In fact, that is one major thing the company has always prided it self on. It has also been one of the major arguments in the favor of creating a device locked, closed operating systems. Well, it looks like that just might not be the case anymore. Forensic scientist Jonathan Zdziarski has today posted slides in his talk at New York which highlight several backdoors present in the iOS. These vulnerabilities are identified primarily as  Identifying Backdoors, Attack Points, and Surveillance Mechanisms.

Zdziarski is also know as the ‘Nerve Gas’ hacker in the iOS world. He has worked on several jailbreaking projects and is a well known expert regarding iOS security. These vulnerabilities aren’t the traditional kind i.e. those that let hackers or malicious software gain access to your device and wreak havoc. No. In this ever growing conscious world of governmental spying on our private data, Zdziarski has discovered a bunch of services which can bypass encrypted data and can be accessed via USB, wifi and “maybe cellular.” He also notes that simply setting a passcode on the lockscreen does not encrypt data on your iPhone. Rather, you have to switch the device off to completely encrypt data.



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