iPhone 6 Release Date and New Photos Leaked

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The new device is looking much different from its predecessors. A lot more sleek, in my opinion. Much more rounded and thinner. I must admit, the device is actually looking very nice!

It has been reported by various sources the iPhone 6 will be launched on 9th September 2014. 

Here are some further images of the iPhone 6:
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Apple iPhone 6 Pictures Leaked

Since I reported the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 pictures, it’s only fair I do the same for the iPhone 6.logo-apple_01

These pictures were reported by The Independent and photos are taken from TechRadar.

I claim no ownership of these pictures.

Anyway, on to the iPhone, it does look a tad slimmer and smoother… almost as slick as it could ever look. It’ll be interesting to see what the specs are like.

Full thoughts soon to come.

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5 things that make a Smartphone smart

There may be a dictionary definition out there somewhere. I ain’t interested in that.smartphones

I had to trim this down quite a bit to make it an article to read on-the-go.

Here’s a purely subjective article from my point of view at what makes a smartphone smart:

  1. It has an app-store – I think this is the most important feature that makes a smartphone smart. It means that the phone will be compatible with most of these applications and therefore can do a lot more than just call/text. The smartphone goes hand-in-hand with being able to use apps. Continue reading

Apple’s Fingerprint Technology

指纹识别+多种配色 苹果发布iPhone 5S\5C(图)Fingerprint technology will be introduced on the 2013 variants of Apple’s largely popular iPhones.

I saw someone tweet earlier, “If You’re not willing to give your fingerprints to the state willingly without cause, then you may want to stay well away from the iPhones 5S&5C”

That’s some food for thought…

It’s one step further than face recognition and I must admit, that is innovative. But fact remains, that the phone software will store the data of your print. Continue reading