While only small details in the grand scheme of things, Apple’s next iPhone could arrive with a sleeker overall aesthetic than previous available models.
Apple will hold its next media event on the morning of March 15, according to sources.
Apple’s reported plans to condense the internals of the iPhone 5S into a new 4-inch form factor, has been getting a lot of attention – despite no-one actually being able to provide concrete evidence that the company is actually planning to do this.
Steve Zadesky – the man who was reportedly responsible for heading up Apple’s (rumoured) electric car project is now said to have left the Californian company, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Following on from reports that claimed the device was supposedly set to enter its trial production phase – this month, (and comments that alluded to Apple’s planned hardware revision possibly including the addition of FaceTime), a variety of publications are now making a u-turn on their previous predictions for what Apple’s next update to the Apple Watch may involve.
Footage of what could mark Apple’s return to the 4-inch form factor for the iPhone, has surfaced tonight.
Li-Fi – short for Light Fidelity – is a bidirectional, high-speed and fully networked wireless communication technology that in many ways is similar to Wi-Fi, but that has been measured to be up to 100 times faster.
… and according to code found in iOS 9.1, it could be coming to Apple’s iPhone.
Following on from various reports, that collectively suggest Cupertino could be preparing to introduce Apple Watch 2 – as early as this March, Matthew Panzarino says that while the second-generation of Apple’s wearable is unlikely to make its appearance at the (as yet unconfirmed) event, the wrist device could still be set to gain a camera for FaceTime.