Posts Tagged ‘Apple Leaks’

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.

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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.

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A new leak has all but confirmed camera specs of the upcoming iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus which are scheduled for unveiling at Apple’s September 9th event in San Francisco.

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Apple’s September 9th media event that will finally see the iPhone 6s introduced to the world, is nearly here. Over the last few months we’ve heard, seen, and discovered pretty much everything that can be expected when the phone finally drops in, but just when you though you’ve read and seen it all, a new interesting piece of information has just been leaked. A new report, which cites a number of individuals who have allegedly used internal iPhone 6s test devices, is suggesting that the team at Cupertino is developing an Apple Watch-like Motion wallpaper functionality for the new phone to inject some dynamism into it.

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An individual claiming to be a representative of China Telecom has confirmed specs of Apple’s iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Apple is expected to launch its new phones at a media event on September 9th.

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Gone are the days when a large company can work silently on a new product and surprise the world with its introduction. We sometimes look back affectionately on the days when the unveiling of a new smartphone, tablet or computer were a complete mystery, but not anymore. We already know pretty much everything there is to know about Apple’s iPhone 6s, including a purported release date, but now it seems that we’ve also been given an indication of when the next-generation iPhone will be available for pre-order.

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The existence of a large ‘iPad Pro’ has been discussed for quite some time now. It’s widely accepted that Apple is planning on adding to its existing iPad lineup by building and unveiling a larger ‘Pro’ model, that would be predominantly aimed at business consumers and educational institutes. We accept that the larger tablet is real, more so after the latest discovery of an iPad identifier in data logs, but when is it coming? Well, according to a new prediction by prolific predictor Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, the Pro version of Apple’s iPad will definitely enter into mass production before October ends.

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The iPhone 6s has the blogosphere abuzz with rumors and speculations, but nothing beats the audacity of supposedly leaked photos that tell us more about the device than Apple would be okay with. The latest to hit the web are photos of an alleged pink/rose gold iPhone 6s, which design-wise unsurprisngly looks strikingly similar to the current iPhone 6.

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For the last couple of years, any and all iPhone launches have been marked with a myriad of leaks, most of which turn out to be true, thanks to the Cupertino company’s super leaky supply chain. Back in March, it was rumored that Apple would go for a System-in-Package (SiP) architecture for the upcoming iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, similar to what it did for the Apple Watch. Now, a new leak of (allegedly) schematics has surfaced for the iPhone 6s which proves that the Cupertino-based company has opted for SiP in favor of the traditional Printed Circuit Board (PCB).

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If you’ve been patiently waiting for the iPhone 6s with the hope of receiving an upgraded iPhone that’s packing significantly more power, then you might want to take the next few weeks to gear yourself up for a potential disappointment. A screenshot that is purported to be from a benchmark test ran directly on the iPhone 6s is currently doing the rounds on the Internet and reveals something that could ultimately be a major kick in the teeth for Apple fans; a relatively paltry 1GB of memory. Or to put it another way, the same amount of RAM as the current iPhone 6 model.

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Apple is widely expected to launch two new iPhones next month, the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. But what about the speculated iPhone 6c that would appeal to the more cash conscious consumer? A number of reports have suggested that the Cupertino company will introduce a third device alongside its revamped iPhone 6 range. This rumor has yet to be officially put to bed by a representative of Apple, but a number of entries in a set of developer logs have given the clearest indication yet, that an iPhone 6c doesn’t exist.

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The official unveiling of Apple’s next iPhone, dubbed the “iPhone 6s”, is fast approaching. Consistent rumor and speculation over the last few months has pretty much confirmed that Force Touch will be amongst the new features that will be introduced with the new iPhone, a feature that allows the operating system to split user interaction into varying groups depending on the force of the touch detected on the display. A new set of leaks, coming from individuals who claim to have hands-on experience with the iPhone 6s, outlines exactly how Apple will adopt the Force Touch technology within iOS 9.

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