Apple is widely expected to launch iPhone 6 with a bigger screen this year to compete with Android based smartphones that typically come bigger screens.
This iPhone Air concept gives a glimpse of what a thinner iPhone 6 with larger 4.7-inch display will look like
A new report claims that the Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company also known as TSMC has started manufacturing Apple’s A8 chips, which is expected to be used in iPhone 6. Apple has long contemplated a switch to TSMC which will allow the folks at Cupertino to no longer depend on Samsung for its chipset requirements.
Appleâs sapphire supplier GT Advancedâs projected revenues for 2014 hint at iPhone 6 launch in fall
Appleâs new manufacturing partner for sapphire crystal glass, GT Advanced Technologies, announced its Q4 2013 earnings yesterday. In the earnings release, GT Advanced said that it expects this year to be a âtransformationalâ one for the company, thanks to its partnership with Apple.
Earlier this year, Imagination Technologies announced its new PowerVR Rogue Series 6 and Series 6XT system-on-a-chip GPU architectures. AnandTech was able to examine these latest GPUs in detail, thanks to the willingness of Imagination Technologies to open up parts of its underlying architecture for the first time. Details on SoC GPUs are sparse, so this was an excellent opportunity to dive deep in the technology.
As we draw closer and closer to Appleâs iPhone 6 intro(s), rumors get more frequent, aggressive, bigger, often more credible, but sometimes crazier as everyone tries to score free, easy media exposure. Itâs just the way the world works, Iâm afraid, and you can choose to participate in the speculation fest or simply ignore and mistrust everything until said device(s) go official.