Leading up to the September 9 event, where Apple will officially unveil the iPhone 6, there are still plenty of questions circulating. Specifically, what might the larger display boast as a resolution? A new find within the iOS 8 beta may indicate a change is indeed coming.
In an in-depth profile published this afternoon, well-connected blogger Mark Gurman has taken a comprehensive look inside Apple’s public relations department as it currently exists and how it will transition heading into the future. The profile provides a detailed overview of Apple’s PR strategies, starting with how they existed under the company’s most recent PR chief Katie Cotton and late co-founder Steve Jobs.
On August 29, the iPhone 6 was unofficially unveiled, piece-by-piece, from the inside out, based entirely on leaked images. While certainly not official by any means, it has revealed quite a bit about the unofficial handset. A newly surfaced image is now showcasing the iPhone 6′s A8 processor, along with a certain amount of RAM for good measure.
On August 27, it was revealed that Apple had been denied, once again, on a specific sales ban on Samsung-branded devices. Now, according to a new report, Apple is going to appeal that decision.
T-Mobile has been focusing on being the “Un-carrier” for quite some time now, with large events announcing new initiatives that propel the network forward, and offer up new ideas (especially for major wireless carriers). And now the Magenta Network has just announced their 7th Un-carrier initiative.
The reports regarding near field communications (NFC) functionality in the iPhone 6 have certainly picked up steam, and with each new report, it looks even more likely. On August 28, for instance, WIRED reported that NFC will be a “benchmark” feature in the iPhone 6 for their new mobile payments initiative. Now, a new image of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6′s logic board seemingly confirms those previous reports.
A few days ago, the well-sourced John Paczkowski of Re/code reported that Apple will be unveiling its first wearable device next month at its September 9th media event that it recently invited the press to attend. The wearable would likely be introduced alongside new iPhones and a myriad of other potential announcements. Following up on that report, Re/code now clarifies that while the wearable will be previewed in September, it will not be released until next year.