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.
At the end of July, a Kickstarter was initiated for the Modbook Pro X, a device that puts a touchscreen and a bit more portability to a regular Mac. The Kickstarter has officially concluded, but Modbook is opening up another window for those who want to support the device.
On Friday, September 19, Apple is going to unleash the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus onto the masses. Following more than 4 million preorders, it’s expected that the lines for the upcoming flagship devices will be lengthy. Many in those lines might be switching from another platform. Apple has you covered if that is the case.
The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus officially go on sale beginning Friday, September 19. Ahead of that, images showcasing the devices landing in the United States, or handsets successfully making their way out of China towards future owner’s doorsteps, have already begun to make the rounds.
Apple will release iOS 8, the biggest iOS release ever, on Wednesday, September 17, and here are some tips to help you get ready for the update, which comes with a number of new features like Interactive Notifications, QuickType, third-party keyboard support, Messages and Siri improvements, and more.
Security has become a big focus for Apple, and rightly so. In early September, following a major hacking incident that involved iCloud, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company would be cracking down, implementing new protocols for securing information. He reiterated as much in a recent interview with Charlie Rose.