Upcoming iPhone 7, iPhone Pro will not feature antenna bands
On Tuesday, Chinese website CNBeta.com posted a photo of what they claimed was a prototype of Apple’s upcoming tenth-generation iPhone, more specifically the iPhone 7 that will be announced later this fall. After all, the picture leak in question showed a silver-colored aluminum frame with iPhone-like antenna bands positioned towards the bottom of the device, rather than the unsightly positions they currently take on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S.
Video also shows comparison with iPhone 5S, iPhone 6S
According to a recent product box leak, one variant of Apple’s upcoming iPhone SE, perhaps the base model, will feature just 16GB of storage. The company is set to launch its entry-level, 4-inch iPhone SE next week in on March 21st at 10am PST, along with the iOS 9.3, a new 9.7-inch iPad, and some new bands for the first-generation Apple Watch.
Walks away from Apple business
Broadcom is planning to phase out its Wi-Fi chip business in order to streamline its workforce and product line.
Too many options
Apple cofounder and the bloke who did all the inventing Steve Wozniak is a little concerned over how many Apple Watch options there are during an "Ask Me Anything" interview on Reddit.
The cost of being an Apple supplier
Imagination technology, which has the misfortune of being an Apple supplier is in a bit of trouble now that the fruity cargo cult is not doing so well.
IPod for PC had to be signed off by the Wall Street Journal
The amount of power that the Tame Apple Press had over Apple has been bought to light in an interview with the godfather of the iPod Tony Fadell.
iPad Pro 9.7 and iPhone 5SE expected
"Let us loop you in" is the name of an Apple event that has been announced for the March 21. It is expected that we will see at least 9.7 inch iPad Pro and the 4 inch iPhone that many call iPhone 5 SE.
It can hack an iPhone itself
Secret service whistleblower Edward Snowden claims that the FBI does not need any help from the fruity cargo cult Apple to unlock an iPhone,
Only much cheaper
A kickstarter project has launched for a small form-factor PC case which looks rather like the Apple Mac Pro, but will be able to contain hardware which is probably much better for less cost.