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Last Updated: Jan 12, 2017
Apple rumours back at it again with another round of speculation, with the whole U.S. President-elect Donald Trump who's demanding for local manufacturing issue, Apple might actually switch to another supplier to provide them with a body for the iPhone 8, and that supplier is known as Jabil, which specializes in stainless steel chassis.
Last Updated: Aug 16, 2016
Another entry of 2017 Apple iPhone imaginations, YouTube channel ConceptsiPhone has decided to take some of the rumours and putting the pieces together, which ended up in a concept video looking like it's a real deal.
Last Updated: May 12, 2016
If you're an Apple fan and like reading rumours, chances are you've heard that the upcoming Apple iPhone 7 will look quite similar to the iPhone 6s which sounds kind like a bummer. However, Apple blogger John Gruber thinks otherwise, and he has shared some interesting information about next year's iPhone design.
Last Updated: Apr 21, 2016
Pictar is an iPhone accessory that will enable you to use your iPhone camera in a way you never thought you could before. It comes with five external buttons for controlling the iPhone camera like how you would usually handle a DLSR. These buttons will help unleash your iPhone camera so you can capture much better pictures all the time.
Pictar multi-state shutter comes with maximum sensitivity, similar to the likes of traditional DLSR where merely pressing the shutter button halfway will force the camera to lock its focus and exposure to track a moving subject. To take a photo, simply pressing the shutter down in full will do the trick.
Last Updated: Apr 18, 2016
We're still a long way from Apple iPhone 7 in a few months, and rumours about the new smartphone are slowly coming back online. Our favourite and reliable Apple speculator, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo have released a new report about Apple might switch back to non-aluminum casing, which could mean glass could make a return to the Apple iPhone line-up.
Last Updated: Dec 30, 2015
As 2015 is coming to an end, rumours of the so called Apple “iPhone 6c” and Apple iPhone 7 have not. And we just got some new rumours on what Apple might have in stored for us in the future.
First up, Commercial Times reported that the iPhone 7 could actually be waterproof. They claimed that Apple is working and developing some kind of “new compound materials” that would replace the iPhone 7’s antenna, which also means the possibility of removing the bands from the current iPhone generation’s back. Not only that, the 3.5mm headphone jack could also be replaced by an all-in-one Lightning connector port.
Last Updated: Dec 23, 2015
Following the rumours of China Mobile confirming Samsung Galaxy S7 yesterday, now it appears that Apple’s rumoured 4-inch iPhone will make an appearance in April 2016, or so they claimed.
This is not the first time that rumours have been going around about the 4-inch iPhone, previously we also covered two rumoured news of it releasing in February or March 2016, along with the next generation Apple Watch. Another name for the 4-inch iPhone was also called the “iPhone 6c”, which is rumoured to be modeled after the Apple iPhone 5s and be equipped with the same A9 processor from the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Last Updated: Dec 16, 2015
Apple is already looking far ahead beyond 2016, as according to KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he has some statements on the future of the 3D Touch feature, the new Apple iPad Air 3,Apple iPhone 7, a new Apple Watch and a new 4-inch iPhone that could be the “iPhone 6c”.
Firstly, Mr. Kuo predicts that the iPad Air 3 will be released in the first half of 2016. It could be in March together with the new “iPhone 6c” and the second generation Apple Watch, this is kind of unusual for Apple to do so as they would usually release new Apple products around every September or October. Another odd thing is that he said the new iPad Air 3 will not adopt the 3D Touch because of production issues.
Last Updated: Dec 01, 2015
In the far east side of Asia, a Japanese blog called Mocotakara (which is known for gathering accurate information of past unreleased Apple products) have claimed that Apple is actually thinking of removing the 3.5mm headset jack and replacing it with a Lightning port for headsets for next year’s Apple iPhone 7.
Last Updated: Oct 07, 2014
The folks at TechRax did a drop test for all of the Apple iPhone smartphones. This included a side drop and front facing drop for each iPhone onto a hard driveway, revealing that while most of the iPhones can take a beating from the side, nearly all of them smashed from the front. Granted, the front of the Apple iPhone 3G did not shatter but this was mainly due to luck as it dropped on the side first. While it doesn't seem to show any difference from beginning to end, it does show that if you're going to get any Apple iPhone, the first thing you should do is get a shock-proof casing around it quick because an accidental front drop will probably result in a shattered screen. Check it out for yourself in this article.