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?
Now that wearables are on the rise, it’s been mostly smartphone manufacturers that have jumped on the bandwagon to attack the fledgling market. Apple’s rumored to be on the move to announce their own wearable product (oft-rumored the iWatch) on September 9, and now it looks like the Swatch Group is readying itself for their own effort.
With officially one week until Apple is expected to take the wraps off the highly-anticipated iPhone 6, we have one of the last internal component leaks that we are likely to see ahead of the official announcement. This time around, a leaked photo of a purported internal battery pack for the larger 5.5-inch iPhone 6 has surfaced on the French website Nowhereelse. The alleged battery has a 2,915 mAh capacity, much larger than any other iPhone battery released to date.
Move aside, Samsung and Xiaomi. The latest entrant in the iPhone clone market comes from Meizu, a Chinese handset maker that recently unveiled its brand new Android-based MX4 smartphone with a design that is strikingly similar to a certain Apple smartphone that we’re all familiar with. Take a look for yourself ahead.
Reddit is one of the most popular online discussion forums for having conversations about nearly every topic imaginable. One of the staples of the large community is Ask Me Anything, a subreddit of the website in which celebrities, government officials, astronauts, artists and more participate in question-and-answer sessions with users.
Microsoft has released a new commercial called “Mirror Mirror” that provides a side-by-side comparison of the Cortana personal voice assistant and HTC One M8 for Windows with Siri and the iPhone 5s, demonstrating a number of different hardware and software features that aren’t possible with Apple’s offerings.