In a move that will surely surprise nobody who is familiar with irony, an internal presentation during which Apple employees were told how to deal with information leaking out of the company has itself been leaked.
New photos have emerged of the case that Apple keeps iPhones in during their testing and transportation, prior to being made public before release.
Amidst rumors of Apple planning to put two cameras into its upcoming iPhone 7 Plus, new photos have emerged, showing what appears to be a dual-lens camera setup that could potentially be iPhone-bound.
iPad Air 3 case leak suggests that the 9.7-inch tablet could feature an iPad Pro-like Smart Connector, four speakers among other changes. Read on for more details.
Newly leaked technical design drawings appear to show the as yet unannounced iPad Air 3, complete with a new four-speaker audio setup as well as an LED rear-facing flash to accompany the device's camera.
A Taiwanese source has posted photos of what it believes is a display backlight from Apple's upcoming iPhone 7. It seems the first iPhone 7 leaks are finally starting to happen.
Leaked screenshots suggest Apple may be working to perhaps reduce the load on its in-store teams, with a new support app on its way to iOS.
Apple has consistently shown that Siri - its iOS based digital assistant - is extremely important to the company's vision for the future of its software platforms. Ever since its original introduction back in the iOS 5 days Apple has attempted to improve the power and capabilities of the voice-activated helper with every major iOS release. In an effort to further improve the Siri user-experience, it's now being reported that Apple will do away with the limitations of the 'Hey, Siri' feature by making it a permanently 'on' feature, exclusively on the newer iPhone 6s models.
Apple's dedicated media event schedule for September 9 is now only days away, which means that they are still a few days left to squeeze out every piece of information pertaining to what may or may not be announced during the gathering. A number of rumours over the last few months have suggested that Apple's iPhone 6s will be visually identical to the current iPhone 6 model, with only a few small dimension changes that will be unnoticeable to the human eye. A new report now seemingly confirms that the next iPhone will change in size, albeit only marginally.
It's only a matter of days until Apple's iPhone 6s and the plus-sized 6s Plus are officially unveiled. The mysteries surrounding the technical specifications and physical appearance of those two devices have already been deciphered thanks to a series of visual and written leaks over the last few months, making it the perfect time to move on to discussing Apple's 2016 model, or the iPhone 7 as it's likely be called. So let's kick it off with a report coming out of Asia which suggests that Apple could be planning on moving back to its historical method of building touch panels.