Apple is widely expected to releaseÂ two variants of the iPhone 6 this year, one with a 4.7-inch display and the second one with a 5.5-inch display.
While it is widely believed that Apple is going to release the so-called “iWatch” in multiple sizes, there have been conflicting reports aboutÂ exactly how large the smart watch will be. The general consensus is that the wearable device will have a flexible AMOLED display in the range of 1.3-inches to 2.5-inches.Â
BGR reports that according to their “trusted sources” Apple will release the third beta version of iOS 8 on Tuesday, July 8th.
That would mean that the next beta version would be releasedÂ after a three-week interval as iOS 8 beta 2 was released last week.
Foxconn hiring record 100,000 new workers for iPhone 6 production, Pegatron also expanding workforce by 30%
Apple’s manufacturing partners have started gearing up forÂ the launch of highly anticipated iPhone 6Â later this fall.
Foxconn, Apple’sÂ largestÂ manufacturing partner is planning to hire a record 100,000 workers to help assemble the iPhone 6, according to a report fromÂ Taiwan’s Economic Daily News relayed by Reuters.
Apple to launch iWatch in multiple sizes, will include more than 10 sensors to track health and fitness
As is par for the course, rumors regarding what Apple will do next are starting to swirl as we inch inexorably closer to the announcement for the next iPhone. Heralded as the iPhone 6, and rumored to launch with two distinct versions of the new device, there is plenty of back-and-forth when it comes to the finer details. Especially the display. With so much talk regarding the size of the next iPhone, or iPhones if that turns out to be the case, there is even more speculation on just what type of screen may be implemented.