Some Apple-based rumors just don’t die, and they’re fueled by the absolute belief that, some day, they’ll be right. The 12.9-inch iPad is proof of this. A new report published today says that Apple is still indeed planning on bringing the giant device to the market.
On August 25, an alleged iPhone 6 schematic broke cover, and potentially revealed that Apple’s next coprocessor could be codenamed “Phosphorus.” Now, a new report suggests that may not be the case at all.
Gizmobic has publishedÂ a photo of the newÂ Apple USBÂ power adapter that was posted by a user on Weibo,Â whichÂ indicates thatÂ Apple may ship a redesigned power adapter with the new Lightning cable with the reversible USB connector.
French Apple website Â IGen.fr has published photos, whichÂ revealsÂ a lot of interesting information about theÂ 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 partnerÂ Foxconn’s factory.
Last weekÂ Apple had posted a series of job listings on its website for retail store positions in the United Arab Emirates, sparking off speculationsÂ that the iPhone maker could be planningÂ to open its first Apple Store in United Arab Emirates.
Apple released iOSÂ 8 beta 5 to developers onÂ Monday, August 4th, exactly two weeks after releasing iOS 8 beta 4, so even though there were rumorsÂ beta 6Â will be released on August 15, like many of you, I expected Apple to release it yesterday, August 18th.
However, despite the release of OS X Yosemite Preview 6Â to developers (it has been releasing beta version of iOS 8 and OS X previews simultaneously), Apple didn’t release iOS 8 beta 6.
Sonny Dickson, the Australian-based blogger, who leaked parts of the iPhone 5s and iPad Air before it was launched last year, and hadÂ posted a photo of the new Lightning cable with the reversible USB connector, has just posted couple of videosÂ of the new Lightning cable.