While the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is rumored to be the device that sees the light of day alongside the release of iOS 8 in September, the launch window for Apple’s biggest iPhone ever is still a heavily debated topic. A new report throws in another date to mix things up even more.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere has been making quite the name for himself since taking over for the U.S.’s fourth-largest carrier in September 2012. The outspoken executive is not afraid to voice his opinions about his competitors, this time slamming AT&T’s “Best-Ever Pricing” and responding with an even more affordable deal for families.
If you have an iPhone, your next visit to a Hilton Hotel and Resort may be a much more convenient one. According to the Wall Street Journal, the full-service hotel chain will reportedly allow guests to use their iPhone to choose rooms, check in and even unlock doors to their hotel room in the near future.
Following leaked photos of the purported iPhone 6 logic board over the weekend, which likely belonged to the 4.7-inch model, a new set of photos have emerged on Monday that provide a side-by-side comparison of what is believed to be the bare logic boards for the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch iPhone 6. Take a look at the leaked parts ahead, next to the current iPhone 5s logic board.
Microsoft has launched a new TV ad, entitled “Happy Anniversary,” that demonstrates a side-by-side comparison of Siri and Cortana on the iPhone 5s and Lumia 635 respectively. The 30-second spot is centered upon how Cortana can perform contextually-aware tasks across a number of services, while Siri cannot.
According to sources for the well-connected blogger Mark Gurman, Apple Stores will soon begin selling the iPhone on the AT&T Next, Verizon Edge and T-Mobile JUMP early upgrade programs in the United States. The report claims that the pilot program will commence in late August in certain test markets, rolling out to additional Apple Stores later this year.
Retina MacBook Pro refresh rumored for tomorrow, including faster Haswell processors and 16 GB of RAM
Apple could be preparing to refresh its Retina MacBook Pro lineup with improved hardware as soon as tomorrow, according to a pair of reports that surfaced over the weekend and this morning. The ultra-slim notebooks could be upgraded with faster Haswell processors and increased RAM under the hood, with each model retaining the same price point as the previous generation.