One of the new features will apparently be the ability to play iTunes content that you own on someone else’s Apple TV box without downloading the content to your device first.
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Amazon says it’s not coming this year, and won’t be free.
Supposedly leaked pictures of what’s claimed to be the next iPhone would appear to back up rumors that the soon-to-be-released handset will recognize its owner’s fingerprint, Mac Rumors reports.
The unconfirmed photos, which were posted by Chinese site C Technology, feature the exterior of some iPhone-like packaging, including what …
Following next week’s release of a cheaper iPhone, could Apple have plans for phones with screens as large as six inches?
An interesting wearable-tech startup is now part of Android, reports GigaOM.
What could a Windows Phone phablet bring to the table? I just have one feature on my wishlist.
The devil’s in the details.
Although the details on Apple’s next iPhone are still a mystery, one thing you can count on is a faster device.
It might just be crazy enough to work — and sell like hotcakes.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple asked assembling partner Hon Hai “to begin shipping both a new high-end and low-end iPhone in early September.” It’s unclear whether Apple would announce both at its rumored September 10 event; Apple has yet to roll out two iPhones at once.
It’s apparently not a gaudy over-the-top gold, but more of a champagne hue.