Demand for the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 is inarguably high, but rumors swirling around the iPhone 6 Plus’s supply shortages refuse to dissipate. Now, a new image allegedly lends credence to the idea that Apple may have a limited stock of the larger iPhone 6.
On Tuesday, September 9, Apple held a media event at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California, and unveiled a plethora of new products. One of them was the Apple Watch, a new wearable that’s both stylish and loaded with features. It also comes in 18-karat gold, if you really want to show off.
Apple’s slim 12-inch MacBook allegedly still in the works, coming mid-2015 in silver, gold and space gray
A 12-inch MacBook is one rumor that just outright refuses to go away. Now, a new report breathes fresh air into it all over again, but this time throws in a bit of color for good measure.
On August 12, it was reported that the GT Advanced Technologies production plant in Arizona had transitioned to volume production, hinting that whatever Apple was manufacturing that incorporated sapphire glass was being put together, piece-by-piece. Unfortunately, what that might actually be for is still up in the air.
As September 9 nears, details continue to leak out regarding Apple’s upcoming plans. Late on September 7, another key detail on Apple’s upcoming implementation of near field communications (NFC) within the iPhone 6 and their upcoming mobile payments system broke cover.
As September 9 inches ever closer, and Apple’s media event to announce new products looms over that date, companies within the supply chain are starting to feel the heat.
Here’s some great news about theÂ Apple’s rumored wearable device popularly known as the iWatch.
It looks like theÂ iWatch, which is expected to run a version of iOS will allowÂ users to install third-party apps as 9to5Mac claims that Apple has seededÂ the software development kit (SDK) for its wearable device to a smallÂ number of prominent developers.
Apple sent out invites for its September 9th press event last week, and multiple reports say that the company will unveil its long-rumored wearable product at the event.