IPhone 6s leaks
Published in Mobiles
20 August 2015

IPhone 6s leaks


Think pink


Pastel pink pictures of what is claimed to be the iPhone 6s has snuck onto the web.

Apple goes Sharp on screens
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Japanese firm breathes a sigh of relief

The dark satanic rumour mill has manufactured a hell on earth yarn that Apple's coming 12.9-inch iPad will feature displays from Sharp.

Apple Music losing customers
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Jobs' Mob denies it

Apple Music is losing customers according to a survey of 5,000 US consumers.

Google shows off WiFi router
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Can stream video

Search Engine outfit Google has released details of a Wi-Fi router called OnHub to sort out all your home Wi-Fi woes.

Qualcomm gets iPhone Modem chip contract
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But it may not last

Qualcomm looks certain to supply Apple with the modem chips for the upcoming iPhone, but the relatonship's future is not set in stone.

Italian teen found what Apple security experts couldn't
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Forbidden to fix it

An Italian teenager has found two zero-day vulnerabilities in Apple's OS X operating system that could be used to gain remote access to a computer.

Apple's TV service on hold
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As expected

Apple's over-hyped television service has been put on ice, pretty much like we expected.

Apple is mostly white blokes
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Press pretends it is otherwise

The Tame Apple Press is doing its best to spin a story about how diverse Apple is after the company admitted it was mostly populated by white men.

Apple fanboy nearly gunned down
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Blames Canada for losing chance of Darwin award

An Apple fanboy can thank the fact that he was not living in the US and black as a reason why he was not gunned down by police.

Android users are more loyal than Apple fanboys
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We were surprised 

There is a myth in the Apple cult that once you buy one of its shiny toys you will be a dedicated follower for the rest of your miserable life. However a new statistic suggests that is not quite, but completely untrue.