This was a huge year for Apple, entering a new category (wearables), launching a new phone in two sizes and also releasing the latest iteration of iOS — and while it all sounds like just another year at Cupertino, I can’t help but wonder how they pulled it all off this time. While iOS 7 represented a quantum leap in the way Apple’s mobile OS looked and worked, iOS 8 builds upon the solid foundation of iOS 7 to improve the user experience, integrate more tightly with Mac and iCloud, and enable increased interoperability between iDevices as well as between apps.
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Apple took the stage at the Flint Center last week to unveil the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Apple Watch and Apple Pay mobile payments platform, at what was arguably the Cupertino-based company’s most important keynote in several years. But the iPhone maker isn’t finished yet, with its next major product event reportedly slated for the second half of October. It would mark the fifth consecutive year that Apple has held an event during the month.
Apple unveiled iOS 8, the biggest iOS release ever for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch at the WWDC 2014 Keynote in June.
It includes a number of new features and improvements such as Interactive Notifications, QuickType, third-party keyboard support, Messages and Siri improvements, and lots more.
In the months leading up to the iPhone 6 announcement, several rumors were circulating claiming that the smartphone would feature a highly-durable sapphire crystal display. So, naturally, when Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller was on stage at the Flint Center to unveil the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus last week, many were anxiously anticipating him to echo the words “sapphire crystal display” to the audience. But the announcement came and went with no mention of the ultra-durable glass, and now it is reported that Apple never had plans to use the material in the first place.
Whenever a new iPhone is announced, Apple rarely — if at all — makes reference to how much RAM is under the hood. But now that the embargo has lifted for major tech publications to post their iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus reviews, it has been seemingly confirmed that the iPhone 6 Plus has the same 1 GB of RAM as the iPhone 6.
Last week at the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch launch event, Apple announced that it will be releasing iOS 8 to the public on September 17th.
With less than three days until the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch in the United States and several other countries worldwide, the embargo has been lifted for major tech publications to post in-depth reviews of the two new smartphones. Ahead, we have rounded up some of the most interesting remarks about the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
On September 12, the first clips from an interview held between Tim Cook and Charlie Rose surfaced, followed by the full first part of the two-part interview soon after. Now, the second installment has been uploaded to Rose’s website.