Apple on stage at the Flint Center this afternoon took the wraps off the highly-anticipated iPhone 6 in two different sizes — a 4.7-inch and a 5.5-inch model. During the keynote, Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller elaborated on some of the key technical specifications that have gone into the iPhone 6 Plus in particular. Read ahead for a closer look.
Move aside, Samsung and Xiaomi. The latest entrant in the iPhone clone market comes from Meizu, a Chinese handset maker that recently unveiled its brand new Android-based MX4 smartphone with a design that is strikingly similar to a certain Apple smartphone that we’re all familiar with. Take a look for yourself ahead.
T-Mobile recently sent an internal memo to employees to inform them of a sales promotion that should see all iPhone models discounted by up to $50 off beginning today. The exact details surrounding the promotion are not confirmed, although it does apply to the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5, iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 in various storage capacities.
In May of this year, the California Senate passed their smartphone kill switch bill, which led it on a course to being signed into law today, August 25.
During this year’s Google I/O, along with a variety of gadgets, Google also handed each attendee a cheap Virtual Reality headset that was just made out of cardboard. The cardboard headset paired with a smartphone and the right apps provides a really neat 3D experience.
Last month, we shared a story that revealed seven different ways that Chinese handset maker Xiaomi has blatantly copied Apple. The undeniable similarities have led many to label Xiaomi as the latest Apple copycat, a title that is usually reserved for Samsung. Xiaomi doesn’t seem to care much about this criticism, however, moving forward with its new MIUI 6 skin that looks awfully familiar to iOS.