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New conflicting iPhone 6 screen speculation – Who’s right?

If Apple is transitioning to larger iPhone screen sizes, they will need to increase the screen’s resolution to retain Retina pixel density. For Apple to consider an iPhone screen to be Retina, the screen must have a pixel density above 300 PPI. Current 4″ iPhones have a resolution of 640 x 1136. This gives the 4-inch display a pixel density of about…

Analyst: iWatch delayed until 2015 due to production issues

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo stated today that he believes Apple’s wearable wristwatch is set to be delayed until 2015 due to issues on the production line. Kuo, who has a long track-record as an analyst reporting the future of Apple, has correctly predicted things in the past, but today’s report contradicts with a previous report by him which…

APPL hits $100, highest since stock split

Just last month, Apple’s stock (APPL) split 7-ways, pricing each share at around $93. Today, it hit $100 for the first time since the split, the highest it’s ever been since 2012 in the weeks leading up to the iPhone 5 launch ($700). Stock prices have hit the high for two reasons, most likely. The first being the imminent launch of the iPhone 6 and…

iOS 8 beta 6 seeded to carrier testing partners, but not to developers

With the arrival of the sixth developer preview of OS X Yosemite, many expected to see a simultaneous sixth beta of iOS 8, but it never materialized. A new report from BGR claims that Apple has in fact seeded iOS 8 beta 6 to testing partners, but not the wider developer community, suggesting that iOS 8 beta might be the final build developers receive ahead…

New report suggests iPhone 6 will be capable of 150Mbps LTE speeds

Yesterday, we heard Chinese repair firm GeekBar report that the next iPhone will feature 1GB of RAM and an NFC chip. Today, they’re out with a new report that claims the iPhone 6 will feature LTE-A, just not the way we know it. LTE-Advanced, or LTE-A for short, is a new type of 4G LTE. Some refer to it as “true” 4G since it theoretically reaches…

Flappy Bird creator to return this week with new game, Swing Copters

Remember Flappy Bird? Of course you do. If you were a fan of the infuriatingly addictive game, you’ll be happy to learn that Dong Nguyen, the game’s creator, is coming out with a new title this week that is said to be just as difficult to put down. Hitting the App Store on August 21, Swing Copters captures a similar gameplay mechanic to its predecessor…