Yesterday, we were surprised to see a video of a functional iPhone 6 that was reportedly built by assembling various components that leaked out of Apple’s supply chain.
We know that finding well-designed iPhone and iPad wallpapers can be a challenge sometimes, which is why each week we follow up on our Wallpaper Wednesday series with this Wallpaper Weekend roundup. That’s right: we bring you the best wallpapers for iPhone and iPad on both Wednesdays and on weekends. Take a look at this iPhone edition ahead.
As we approach the weekend, it is time to wind down and relax for a couple of days with family and friends. If you are planning on kicking back and watching some TV shows or a movie through Apple TV or iTunes, be sure to check out a new jailbreak tweak called LSCCRemote for controlling those two platforms through the Lock screen and Control Center.
In an in-depth profile published this afternoon, well-connected blogger Mark Gurman has taken a comprehensive look inside Apple’s public relations department as it currently exists and how it will transition heading into the future. The profile provides a detailed overview of Apple’s PR strategies, starting with how they existed under the company’s most recent PR chief Katie Cotton and late co-founder Steve Jobs.
On August 29, the iPhone 6 was unofficially unveiled, piece-by-piece, from the inside out, based entirely on leaked images. While certainly not official by any means, it has revealed quite a bit about the unofficial handset. A newly surfaced image is now showcasing the iPhone 6′s A8 processor, along with a certain amount of RAM for good measure.