A new research report sent by KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo to investors includes the probable Apple iPhone 6 specifications. Kou is very accurate when it comes to predicting about Apple products.
According to the report sent on Thursday, a major noticeable change in iPhone 6 will be the placement of sleep/wake button. The sleep/wake button will be placed on the side instead of top of the iPhone. He is also sure that Apple will be releasing two different sizes of iPhones, 4.7-inch and a 5.5-inch iPhone.
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A new report claims that Apple iWatch release date could fall somewhere in the month of September, which further strengthens the previous claims suggesting that iWatch will be launched in the third quarter.
According to the sources, the three Flexible PCB suppliers: Flexium Interconnect, Zhen Ding Technology Holding and Career Technology have already submitted their circuit board samples to be used in manufacturing of Apple’s iWatch.
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Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will kick off this year from June 2 through June 6 at Moscone West in San Francisco.
Unlike every year, when tickets would be sold within minutes, this year Developers truly stand a chance to attend Apple’s flagship event.
This year developers registering for WWDC will be randomly chosen and announced on Monday, April 7 at 5:00 pm (PDT).
Developers can apply for tickets via the WWDC website at https://developer.apple.com/wwdc now through Monday, April 7 at 10:00 am (PDT).
Students: Don’t miss out the chance to be at WWDC this year, earn a free ticket by registering at – https://developer.apple.com/wwdc/students.
Eligibility for Students – https://developer.apple.com/wwdc/students/Student-Scholarship-Guidelines-and-Terms.pdf
Thats all for now fellas, lets catch up on June 2 for more updates on Apple’s announcement at WWDC.
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Google acquired Apple Inc. on Tuesday for $500 billion. This is the biggest acquisition in history and whatever you read prior to this is false, to fool you. Got you, April fool.
But seriously, if this happens it would really be great. I love Google for what it has become now. Starting out as a search engine and slowly providing products like Adwords, Adsense, Analytics, Drive and many other. How can we forget the Android operating system they created. It has the major market share among mobile operating systems.
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The National Public Radio announced on Monday that it will be available as 24/7 news streaming service on the iTunes Radio. This is the first streaming service iTunes Radio has signed up.
Until this point, NPR used to stream its content via iPad and iPhone apps. The NPR channel on iTunes Radio will start streaming Digital streams of Morning Edition, All Things Considered and hourly newscasts starting today.
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According to a report on BillBoard, Apple might be considering to launch its own on-demand music streaming service to make up for the decline it has been witnessing in music downloads through iTunes.
Apple has put this idea on the table and is further exploring it to enhance it by having talks with senior executives at the company. If Apple happened to launch such a music streaming service, it would have to compete with already established players like Spotify and Pandora.
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Steve Jobs’ idea of iPad was to build a tablet that did not need a stylus or any physical device to operate it. But now seems like Apple will go ahead with idea of making a stylus for the iPad to perform certain tasks.
Apple has filed a patent for a stylus which is a bit different than the normal stylus offered for tablets. The Input Device Having Extendable Nib is what they will be developing for the iPad if their tests succeed.
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Apple is working on their new mobile operating system, iOS 8, which will include the health and fitness tracking app codenamed Healthbook. Clearer details about the Healthbook have come to light on Monday.
9to5Mac had reported new apps and other key features coming to iOS 8 a few days ago. Now they revealed solid information on the HealthBook app alongside creating mockups of the screenshots they received from their sources. These mockups are just for informational purposes and may not same as the official app, which will be launched with iOS 8 probably at WWDC conference in San Francisco this summer.
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A few screenshots were leaked on Weibo which claimed it be of an iOS 8 screen. The screenshots reveal various icons, apps and the rumored Healthbook app.
Along with Healthbook app, TextEdit and Preview apps also get a place on the screen. These apps will not be full-blown apps but only provide as a gateways to access files stored in the iCloud.
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Apple is planning to separate the iTunes Radio feature from its iOS 8 operating system and turn it into a standalone application.
The company is said to be currently testing this new advancement and is suspected to use iTunes Radio as a vessel for its new streaming music service. iTunes Radio did not really get a lot of attention as it was tabbed alongside the Music app.
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