iPhone Rumors

Purported rear shell of the 4-inch iPhone 6c leaks in photos

Purported rear shell of the 4-inch iPhone 6c leaks in photos

The first purported images of the rear shell of the iPhone 6c have made their way to the Internet. The images have been leaked by a Chinese part supplier called Future Supplier. 

Apple to launch three new iPhone models this year, including the 4-inch iPhone 6C

Apple to launch three new iPhone models this year, including the 4-inch iPhone 6C

A new report from DigiTimes claims that Apple will be launching three new models of the iPhone in the second half of 2015. The Cupertino company will be reportedly unveiling the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch screen, along with the iPhone 6C with a 4-inch screen.

iPhone 6s to come with Force Touch; might be available in Pink

iPhone 6s to come with Force Touch; might be available in Pink

A new report from the Wall Street Journal claims that Apple will be adding its Force Touch technology to the next-generation iPhone due to be unveiled later this year.

Samsung will be main chip maker for next iPhone

Samsung will be main chip maker for next iPhone

While they may be bitter rivals, Apple can’t help but rely on Samsung for its iPhone parts. Sources say the South Korean company will continue to be the main chip supplier for Apple’s next iPhone, which is likely to make its debut this fall.

Rumor: iPhone 6s to feature 2GB LPDDR4 RAM and Force Touch technology

Rumor: iPhone 6s to feature 2GB LPDDR4 RAM and Force Touch technology

A report from Taiwanese website TechNews Taiwan suggests that Apple will be bringing its Force Touch technology to the iPhone 6s. A similar rumor was posted by UDN yesterday, who cited their credible source from the Asian supply chains.

Rumor: iPhone 6s to feature dual-lens camera and ‘Force Touch’ pressure sensitive touch technology

Rumor: iPhone 6s to feature dual-lens camera and ‘Force Touch’ pressure sensitive touch technology

According to Asian supply chain sources of UDN, Apple is looking to use a dual-lens design on the next generation of iPhones along with optical zoom. The company is also looking to increase the size of the sensors to allow more light to reach to them, which will ultimately lead to an improved image quality especially in low-light. 

Report claims Apple will launch a 4-inch iPhone model next year

Report claims Apple will launch a 4-inch iPhone model next year

Apple finally launched iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with much bigger screens earlier this year, which was one of the most requested feature.

However, people who loved the size of the iPhone 5, iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, which came with 4-inch screen were quite disappointed, as they had hoped that Apple would launch a 4-inch iPhone 6 along with the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch models.

iPhone 6 lineup missed sapphire glass panels by mere ‘weeks,’ according to analyst

iPhone 6 lineup missed sapphire glass panels by mere ‘weeks,’ according to analyst

Rumors regarding the use of sapphire glass for the displays in the iPhone 6 lineup were constant, furious and stubborn. Even as analysts went back and forth on its expected usage, it refused to die. Now, a new analyst report suggests Apple was actually pretty close to including it after all.

Mayo Clinic reportedly playing big health-oriented role at iPhone 6 event

Mayo Clinic reportedly playing big health-oriented role at iPhone 6 event

It is widely believed that Apple’s media event this afternoon will be heavily focused on health and fitness as it relates to both the iPhone 6 and the Cupertino-based company’s first wearable device. To back these health initiatives, a new report claims that Minnesota-based medical group Mayo Clinic will play a big role during the Apple keynote. 

John Gruber shares iPhone 6 and iWatch predictions ahead of Apple event

John Gruber shares iPhone 6 and iWatch predictions ahead of Apple event

The well-respected John Gruber of Daring Fireball, an Apple pundit that has established a respectable track record over the past decade and beyond, has shared some predictions ahead of the Cupertino-based company’s highly-anticipated media event at 10:00 AM Pacific. We’ve summarized his opinions about what to expect ahead.