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Hands on with some iPhone 6 cases [gallery]

  Thanks to our friends over at iLoveApple we’ve been able to get our hands on some simple examples of iPhone 6 cases. Although we’ve seen them elsewhere, we had to get our hands on them to see the difference in size between these and the iPhone 5s. And it is very noticeable. If genuine, this size-jump will be the biggest we’ve ever seen in the…

New report claims 12.9-inch iPad coming in 2015

According to Bloomberg, Apple’s suppliers are gearing up to start production on a 12.9-inch iPad model, with production set to begin by the first quarter of 2015. As you may know, a 12.9-inch iPad would be the biggest iPad ever produced. Apple currently offers the iPad mini with Retina Display and the iPad Air which come in at 7.9 inches and 9.7 inches,…

5 iOS device features we won’t see after this fall

Each year, Apple refreshes and renews its iOS offers, adding new and exciting features to their iPads and iPhones. Some of these don’t get announced during product unveilings but are still improvements that many tech enthusiasts might enjoy. As newer products come out, though, some of the key features that were notable in previous generations goes by the…

Production for 16nm A9 iPhone 6s chip scheduled for early 2015

The iPhone 6 hasn’t even been announced yet, and we’ve already got some news today on the iPhone 6s. Yes, the iPhone 6s. Chinese news publication Economic Daily News is reporting this morning that Apple chip maker TSCM is slightly ahead of schedule for the manufacturing of the A9 processor chips The new chips will most likely see their debut in…

Photos of new iPhone USB power brick appear online

Right off the heals of the reversible USB Lightening cable that leaked online last week, a new power brick that’s seemingly to go hand in hand with it has leaked online today. A user on Weibo has posted a photo that he claims is of the new power brick. The photo posted shows the brick to be a little bit larger than the current brick that comes with the…

Apple opens iPhone 5 battery replacement program after defect spotted

Apple today has published a support page detailing that a “very small percentage” of iPhone 5′s have a battery that requires more frequent charging and may not last as long as non-affected batteries. The program allows owners of affected devices to have their batteries replaced free of charge either in an Apple Store, through mail, or at an authorized…