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Apple’s successful launch of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus kept Cupertino’s records intact or rather breaking with millions of pre-orders and sales happening everyday. While we have focused quite a lot on the specifics of each of these two models, it is time to see some torture happening to these gadgets. It has become almost customary for the tech world to make the new smartphones go through drop, scratch and all sort of tests and then expect them to survive. We certainly don’t expect iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to survive, it is still interesting to see just how much of these smartphones remain behind after these tests.iphone 6 drop test

iPhone 6 drop test videos:

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With the iPhone 6 having been unveiled on the 9th, the main question many of us had in our minds was that how well will Apple’s flagship perform when compared to other top devices out there. Despite the fact that Apple does not choose to rely primarily on specs as the main seller for it’s devices, the company nevertheless has been known to squeeze the maximum out of its hardware due to top notch software integration.

Well, it’s time to see how well this golden formula works on the iPhone 6. But before we get to that, we have a special treat for all the hardware lovers out there. Courtesy of folks over at Chipworks, we can finally take an in depth look at what’s inside the iPhone 6. So lets start!

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Despite lacking high camera resolutions as their main industry rivals, Apple’s iPhones are still known for their high quality photographs. This is due to the fact that Apple chooses to focus on individual aspects of the iPhone’s photograph taking ability, rather than choosing to simply beefing up the camera resolution.

The same principle has been followed by the iPhone 6 with the Cupertino based manufacturer choosing to keep the camera resolution on the device the same. The iPhone 6 has a camera resolution of 8 megapixels with iSight on board.

This is the same as the resolution on the iPhone 5S. The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus also feature a five element f/2.2 aperture lens with BSI and true tone dual LED flash. The iPhone 6 Plus does however have Optical Image Stabilization, a feature that was eliminated on the iPhone 6 due to thickness reasons most probably.

So given these specifications and improvements, the question on everyone’s mind is whether the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus stack up to their main rivals in the photography department. Smartphones in the Android world have cameras with high resolutions.

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Just like earlier spoofs that claimed that iOS 7 would end up making your iPhone waterproof, users from 4Chan’s message boards are back this time with a new one. This time the consequences of attempting to carry out their instructions can be potentially hazardous apart from making you buy a new smartphone.

The idea behind this time’s prank is to get the unsuspecting iPhone 6 user to put their device in a microwave. To charge it. This will work allegedly through microwaves being able to charge the device. As amazing as it sounds, mobile battery technology is yet to compensate for low battery timings, let alone wireless microwave charging. So don’t put your device into a microwave for any reason whatsoever.

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Fake Apple Add Suggests That You Can Charge Your iPhone 6 By Placing It In A Microwave

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iPhone 6 Plus teardown has finally arrived revealing some details about the processor, random access memory, and the battery of the larger iPhone. Here are the details of what “new” bits have come through this latest iPhone 6 Plus teardown.iphone 6 plus teardown

iPhone 6 Plus teardown:

Apple launched its larger iPhone variants this year with a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and a 5.5-inch phablet 6 Plus. While the latter is quite a larger phone, it was rumored that it too would sport only a GB of RAM. iPhone 6 Plus teardown confirms this bit as Apple has definitely fit a 1 GB RAM in the 6 Plus. This iPhone 6 Plus teardowncomes through iFixit, a site exclusively known for tearing apart every new device that comes on the dock and then revealing some awaited details of the hardware inside.

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HTC Nexus 9 – also known as Volantis – has become quite popular a tablet for past couple months. Getting the attention because of the all-so-powerful Nvidia Tegra K1 chip, this would be the first Nexus device of the year. Earlier in the week, we shared with you a bit leaked about HTC Nexus 9 revealing its launch date to be October 8th, however, today’s leak suggests a little later date is more probable.htc Nexus 9 launch

HTC Nexus 9 launch date:

HTC Volantis is a 9-inch tablet suggested to be powered by the extremely powerful Tegra K1 processing chip. While the Nexus line itself is quite popular among the Android fans, inclusion of a strong chipset has added in

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Reports in August had indicated towards Samsung’s plan of launching a few smartphones under the A-Series banner bearing some metallic designing. Samsung initiated its entry into the metal designing with Samsung Galaxy Alpha and kept up with the metal frame with its mass-loved Samsung Galaxy Note 4. However, the next three A-Series smartphones will be full metal, as the sources claim.samsung Galaxy Alpha camera sensor

Full metal Galaxy SM-A500:

We had already shared with you the details of three A-series smartphones which included SM-A300, SM-A500, and SM-A700. All these smartphones were first detailed by sources related to Sam Mobile. Now, we are looking at more detailed specs and images of the second full metal Galaxy phone after the leaks of the first of the three phones a few days earlier. The details including specifications and images of the SM-A500 come through Chinese regulatory documents. The device is listed as SM-A5000 in the China’s Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center documents.

Metallic Galaxy SM-A500, unlike Alpha and Note 4, will not only rely on a metal frame. It would in fact be a full

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With the iPhone 6 undoubtedly being the company’s biggest launch this year, Apple is far from calling it a day for it’s portfolio for 2014. The company still has two new iPad models and a brand new OS X Yosemite in store for us. Well, several sources have reportedly learned about Apple’s next launch event and both give the same month – November.

AppleInsider reports a source familiar with Apple’s pre-launch logistics claiming that the company has set internal marketing and project deadlines for mid October. Previous speculations and rumors have also put the iPad launch dates around October, and AppleInsider claims that the source is reliable and has provided accurate information in the past as well.

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Apple’s Next Media Event Get’s Speculated Launch Date Of October 21st

AppleInsider is not the only one with the inside scoop on the matter it seems though. DailyDot also has some news for us regarding the launch of iPad Air and iPad Mini. Apart from narrowing down the alleged month of the event, the website also has a date for it.

Apple will reportedly hold it’s next media event on October 21st. This follows last year’s event for the iPad Air and iPad Mini which had a launch date of October 22nd. As usual, the only definitive piece of information available regarding the source of this information is that the individual is ‘close’ to the matter.

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In an interesting turn of reveal-events, Samsung Galaxy Note 4’s Exynos 5433 proves to be making its bearer the first 64-bit Android flagship. It is still uncertain why would Samsung not cash on such a high-trend detail in the unveiling of its mass loved phablet, latest source code confirms that the SoC is actually a 64-bit A57/A53. While Exynos 5433 continued with the naming scheme of previous chipsets of the family, it is not a Cortex A15/A7.

64-bit Exynos 5433 of Note 4:

Unlike previously assumed, Samsung Galaxy Note 4 features the powerful 5433 taking advantage of the 64-bit architecture. The device comes out of the box with Android 4.4 KitKat, hence there was no need as yet to take advantage of the said architecture. That is the reason why it has neither been advertised nor is it actually using the 64-bit architecture. Samsung Galaxy Note 4 will run on the regular 32-bit mode, however, the capability of Exynos puts the device ahead of other high-end smartphones as it will lead the game once Android L is released. 64-bit exynos 5433

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If any larger tech corporation could be considered adventurous, it has to be Sammy. Now interested in tapping into the very niche market of selfie-centric consumers, Samsung is reportedly working on a new Galaxy Grand Prime smartphone. The latest leaks suggest that the new edition in the series will have a primary focus to please those who want to have a strong front shooterGalaxy Grand Prime

Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime will be the conventional Galaxy phone with a 5-inch QHD 960 x 540p screen and carries almost all the specs of the Galaxy Grand 2 except of course a downgraded display. The leak around

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With6 pre-orders already breaking global records at a staggering 16 million, many users are still left out of the lucky few getting their orders in at time. Well, for those who’re left out, a more thoughtful decision won’t result in harm. As we all know, Apple has launched the iPhone 6 in three colors, Gold, Space Gray and Silver.

These color’s remain the same from Apple’s last year offering of the iPhone 5S. But the iPhone 6 does not look like the iPhone 5S in any way and there are changes made to the front panel of the device as well. With the iPhone 6, if you want a white front panel then the space gray option is not for you. Only the Gold and the Silver color options have the white front panel.

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For the last few weeks, this year’s first Nexus has been in a plenty of news. In a dramatic way of leaking a device, Nvidia last week hinted at the presence of a Nexus 9 powered by the performance beast Tegra K1. Latest leak suggests that HTC Nexus 9 is indeed real and is going to be unveiled on 8th of next month, unlike Nvidia’s claim of third quarter release. Nexus 9 Tegra K1

HTC Nexus 9 Tegra K1 tablet:

Rumored as HTC Volantis, the 9-inch tablet is suggested to be powered by the extremely powerful Tegra K1. Tegra K1 is a 2.5 GHz 64-bit SoC which will see itself crazily loved by the consumers once it’s out. Nexus line itself is quite popular among the Android fans. A Portuguese source has revealed some details about this first

a8 iphone 6 processor
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Since the grand unveiling of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, a lot of talk has been diverted to one particular aspect of the smartphones – the latest A8 processing chipset with 1.4 GHz Cyclone CPU and an unknown graphics unit. Created with a 20nm manufacturing method, Apple claimed that the chip will deliver faster CPU and GPU performance at a lower power consumption when compared to its predecessor A7 chip. However, latest iPhone 6 benchmark reveal that iPhone 6 is but a little improvement over iPhone 5s.iPhone 6 benchmark

iPhone 6 vs iPhone 6 Plus vs iPhone 5s – Specifications

iPhone 6 benchmark results:

We had earlier shared with you the specifics of this acclaimed A8 processor which promises to deliver 25% faster CPU and 50% faster GPU at a reduced power consumption rate:

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With the iPhone 6 launched, and pre-orders for the device started, the question on every Apple lover’s mind is which iPhone 6 is the right one? After all, this September marks the first time in company history that Apple has released two variants of it’s flagship smartphone and finally catered towards the larger screen demands of the market.

The two iPhone 6 models this year came with a Retina HD display. Retina HD was an upgrade from the iPhone 5S’ simple Retina display. So what really separates the iPhone 6 Retina HD from the iPhone 5S Retina display? Let’s find out in terms of the way points are mapped and rasterized onto screens.

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Samsung Smart Watch
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In a latest jab at Apple, smartphone manufacturer Samsung claimed in a video that the iPhone 6 Plus simply copies it’s popular Galaxy Note range. This jab is the latest in a constant tug of war between the two manufacturers which has resulted in court room battles more than once. While Samsung was quick to release devices with large screen size, Apple took it’s time to upgrade and it looks like the Taiwanese manufacturer is here to capitalize on it.

The latest video sees Samsung giving us all a history lesson and taking things back to 2011 which saw the launch of the original Galaxy Note. Highlighting all the criticism the Galaxy Note received at the time for having a screen size too big, Samsung now hints towards a subtle ‘we told you so’ when mentioning the iPhone 6 Plus launch which sees Apple’s first attempt at a larger screened device.



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