I’ve found an interesting Apple iWatch mockup that has triggered my imagination and made me hopeful of what is yet to come. Designers from all over the world are churning out concepts, just like Tomas Moyano from Argentina. His is by far the best concept I’ve ever seen, including the features I would want in a smartwatch.
According to a new report from Taiwanese shores, Apple will reportedly cease production of the non-Retina 13-inch Macbook Pro later this year and will replace it with thinner models equipped with Retina display. The move is expected to happen in the second half of 2014, according to a new report from Digitimes.
Apple has been testing the latest iOS 7.1, and has seeded several betas of the software to developers to screen out bugs and test new features. While previous rumors have pegged the launch date for the iOS 7.1 to March, it could reach users as early as next week, according to John Gruber of Daring Fireball.
According to a new report originating from Taiwanese shores that cites supply chain insiders, Apple is working on two new iPhones, one carrying a screen size of 4.7 inches while the other one will feature a phablet form factor with a screen size of 5.6 inches. Both iPhones are rumored to see the light of the day in the third quarter of 2014
According to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will most likely release an upgraded iPad Air later this year with a more powerful 64-bit A8 SoC and a Touch ID fingerprint sensor, and delay release of a 12.9-inch “iPad Pro” and a newer iPad mini version until next year.
A new report from AppleInsider pinpoints exactly when iOS 7.1 will arrive: March 15th. The report also notes that in addition to bug fixes and UI enhancements, iOS 7.1 will bring better Mobile Device Management. MDM improvements would allow Apple to give educational, governmental and corporate entities the opportunity to configure settings for hundreds of iOS devices at once.
We’ve covered many iPhone 6 rumors in recent months, but this latest one seems to be the most legitimate. Earlier today, a number of images leaked by an anonymous Twitter user showed what may be the rumored iPhone 6. The images feature a device that looks like a fifth generation iPod touch with a larger iPhone display.
According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple is gearing up to introduce a new Apple TV in April (not March, as previously rumored), with the aim to have it ready for launch by the holidays. The Bloomberg report notes that Apple is also negotiating with content providers such as Time Warner Cable to provide TV shows and other content for the device.
According to a report from The Korea Herald, the rumored iPhone 6 is going to receive a “bezel-free” display, meaning the screen will stretch from edge to edge, horizontally. The bezel will still exist on the top and bottom of the iPhone, which houses the FaceTime camera and home button.
Though iOS 7 has been out for several months now, the beta builds for the mobile OS are giving away a lot of information on Apple’s future products. New Apple TV references have been discovered in the iOS 7 beta builds, cited specifically in relation to the device’s AirPlay functionality. The new Apple TV is noted in the iOS 7 builds as “AppleTV4,1.”
Currently, the iPhone 5s has an 8MP camera with an ƒ/2.2 aperture (the lower the number, the better the aperture). The iPhone camera is already impressive, and another boost would mean the camera will quickly become the go-to option for many artists and photographers, not that it isn’t already.
When the Wall Street Journal publishes a report from “reliable sources,” there’s a high probability it will come true. That’s why we’re pretty excited about its latest story that Apple will release the iPhone 6 this fall, again in two models. And yes, the iPhone 6 will have a larger screen than the current iPhone 5s. In fact, it might fall into the “phablet” category due to its screen size. According to WSJ, the iPhone 6 will be sporting a screen more than 5 inches in size, and another one will have a 4.5″ screen.