When it comes to yearly refreshes for the iPhone, one of the most common elements is recurring rumors. For fans of NFC, which has been a no-show on iOS-based devices to date, this could be the year that the functionality finally shows up.
One of myÂ biggest gripes about the iPhone 5s is its battery life. So I’m quiteÂ eager to find out the capacity of the next iPhone’sÂ battery.
Until now, there has been conflicting reports about iPhone 6′s battery.Â The first report which came in the form of photo of the alleged iPhone 6 battery revealed that itÂ could come with a 1810 mAh battery.
Apple is widely expected to launchÂ iPhone 6 with largerÂ 4.7-inchÂ and 5.5-inch screens.
Along with the photos of the 5.5-inch iPhone 6′s massive battery we covered earlier, Hong Kong-based Apple Daily has also published photos of theÂ larger iPhone’s front panel and logic board.
The reports regarding Apple and sapphire glass, on whether or not the iPhone 6 will feature the new display, are still going strong, especially in contradictory paths. A new report from The Wall Street Journal is adding fuel the fire, with a report suggesting Apple could be considering sapphire glass for high-end variants of both models.
With less than a month until Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 6, another picture of what appears to be a fully assembled logic board for the next-generation smartphone has surfaced. The photo reveals several different internal components that could power the iPhone 6.Â
A new report claims that Apple manufacturing partner Pegatron has been awarded a contract that will see it produce 50-percent, or 25 million, of the estimated 50 million 4.7-inch iPhone 6 units to be shipped this year.Â
While the highly-anticipated iPhone 6 is expected to be unveiled in just a matter of weeks, there are some still manufacturing steps that Apple is working through to ensure that the upcoming smartphone is ready to go on sale to the public.Â