On August 12, Apple presented their first worldwide diversity report, profiling the company’s employees across the globe. The results led Apple CEO Tim Cook to say he was disappointed, and that changes would continue to be made. Now, the Worldwide Human Resources Vice President, Denise Young-Smith, has emailed employees on some thoughts, and outlook on the future.
Apple’s Worldwide Human Resources VP Denise Young-Smith emails employees regarding diversity, inclusion
On September 1, a video reportedly showcasing the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 “Air” surfaced, giving a close-up look at the rumored real shell of the device. On the same day, a new, in-depth and high-quality video put the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 in the spotlight.
On the evening of August 31, many photos were posted to the 4Chan community of celebrities in compromising positions. Immediately following the situation, reports surfaced that the leak could have been brought on through a brute force attack on Apple’s iCloud service.
On July 21, Apple officially announced their eighth annual iTunes Festival, with the newest event taking place in London. Since then, they’v slowly been announcing batches of artists that will be performing at the event. With the start of the iTunes Festival kicking off on September 1, the Cupertino-based company has unveiled the full lineup.
For fans of Apple products, the yearly refresh can be a torturous stretch of time, especially as the leaks and rumors about what’s coming next start to trickle out. A new comic has aptly represented what it’s like for many people as they pick up their next “iThing,” but ultimately start waiting for what’s next.
Apple is expected to unveil the hotly anticipated next generation iPhone at the media event on Tuesday, September 9 at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of De Anza College in Cupertino, which will finally put an end to the rumors and speculations.
We take a close look at all the new features, specifications and improvements coming to the new iPhone based on the rumors, speculations and leaked parts.
Up to this point, the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 has been getting the majority of leaks, especially tuned towards the hardware. As we inch closer to the September 9 announcement date, though, the 5.5-inch variant has certainly begun seeing its fair share of time in the lime light. A new video has popped up, allegedly showcasing the larger device’s rear shell.
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