The reports regarding Apple including NFC-based mobile payments won’t go away, as a new report surfaced today suggests yet another company has been tagged to be part of the expanding partnership.
The iPhone 6 will come with support for Near Field Communications, commonly known as NFC, based on multiple reports including component leaks.
One of the tent pole announcements at this year’s WWDC conference was iCloud Drive, which broadens the reach of iCloud, and opens it up to any documents or files that someone might want to store in the cloud, and offer it up in an easier-than-ever methodology with easy folders accessible from any iCloud-connected device. For non-Mac users, though, it’s not all bad news.
Apple has launched a new $10K ‘Product Integrity Inclusion and Diversity’ scholarship, focuses on minorities in tech
Apple’s focus on diversity and inclusion has been in sharp focus ever since the company released their first global diversity report for the company in mid-August. CEO Tim Cook admitted that he was disappointed by the results, and now the company has been openly trying to change things. A new scholarship is another tool aimed at making that change happen.
Earlier this week, over a hundred celebrities found that their iCloud accounts had been hacked, and their private photos, most of them in compromising positions, were posted to 4chan.
At this point, Apple should probably just announce the iPhone 6 already. But wait, they only wish “they could say more,” so we’re just going to have to keep waiting until September 9. Until then, how about more leaks of the purported 4.7-inch iPhone 6 to hold you over?