Photos from Foxconn’s factory reveal interesting details about iPhone 6

Photos from Foxconn’s factory reveal interesting details about iPhone 6

French Apple website  IGen.fr has published photos, which reveals a lot of interesting information about the iPhone 6 such as the internal code names, the dimensions, and other details such as the protruding camera. The photos appear to be from Apple’s largest manufacturing partner Foxconn’s factory.

Enter to Win a Canon DSLR in the Rebel Photographer Giveaway [Deals Hub]

Enter to Win a Canon DSLR in the Rebel Photographer Giveaway [Deals Hub]

For as good as the cameras on our phones are, even the best photo editing apps can’t quite bring the quality of photography up to what you can capture with a DSLR camera. When you know how to do more than just point and shoot with a powerful camera, you can get amazing shots. Your trip to becoming an expert photographer starts when you enter the Rebel Photographer Giveaway. Get in on your chance to win a free Canon DSLR from the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.

Samsung Galaxy S5 takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, challenges iPhone 5s

Samsung Galaxy S5 takes the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, challenges iPhone 5s

We’ve seen several celebrities and tech industry leaders like Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, Microsoft founder Bill Gates and many more take the Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness and donations towards the disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.

Apple suppliers scrambling to make enough iPhone 6 screens after brief snag

Apple suppliers scrambling to make enough iPhone 6 screens after brief snag

Reuters has just reported that Apple’s supply chain is scrambling to make enough displays for the iPhone 6 after redesign of the key backlight component disrupted production.

Apple removes Secret app from the Brazilian App Store to comply with court ruling

Apple removes Secret app from the Brazilian App Store to comply with court ruling

Yesterday, Apple was ordered by a judge in Brazil to not only pull the anonymous social networking app Secret from the App Store, but also to remotely kill the app from user’s devices that already have it installed.

9to5Mac now reports that Apple has complied with the ruling by removing the Secret app from the App Store. 

Tim Cook visits VA Palo Alto hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment

Tim Cook visits VA Palo Alto hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment

The iPad has been adopted by many different markets, including educational and healthcare. Recently, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook stopped by a local Veterans Affairs hospital which has adopted iPads to help with treatment.

Apple’s iWatch is coming, eventually, but will it actually be what you want?

Apple’s iWatch is coming, eventually, but will it actually be what you want?

A lot has been said about the iWatch, or iBand, or whatever other name is being bandied about right now. Unfortunately, the rumored name of the device tells us everything we need to know about Apple’s wearable right now: we don’t know anything at all.

Apple updates several iWork apps for iOS and Mac

Apple updates several iWork apps for iOS and Mac

On August 21, Apple officially updated several different applications available within the iWork suite, both for iOS and Macs.

Several iCloud services are down [Updated]

Several iCloud services are down [Updated]

Many of Apple’s iCloud services are currently being reported as down, with Apple confirming on their official services status page, that many users may not be able to access specific features.

2011 MacBook Pro graphics issues could resort in class action lawsuit

2011 MacBook Pro graphics issues could resort in class action lawsuit

An issue with the MacBook Pro released in 2011 could see lawyers weighing in with a class action lawsuit, based on a new report. For owners of the 15- and 17-inch MacBook Pro models released in that year, reportedly issues with the graphics chips, and entire system crashes, is why these lawyers are researching the next legal step.