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WSJ: Next iPhones to feature Force Touch screens, come in pink

Like the look of that Force Touch tech in Apple Watch’s screen and the newly-announced 12-inch MacBook’s trackpad? Well, the technology could also be coming to the iPhone, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. In the report, it is revealed that Apple’s next-generation iPhone models will retain the 4.7- and 5.5-inch form factors but will gain…

Details on Apple Watch battery life, unannounced features emerge ahead of ‘Spring Forward’ event

There are still a number of unanswered questions surrounding Apple Watch that we expect to hear a little more about at the company’s media event on Monday. Before Tim Cook and Co. take to the Yerba Buena stage to talk all things Apple Watch, a number of new details have emerged about the new line of Apple wearables. One thing everyone is keen to learn…

Personal engraving could come to Apple Watch

Apple is considering allowing its customers to make its “most personal device ever” even more personal. The company’s upcoming Apple Watch will apparently come with the option to add a free, personal engraving, according to French blog iPhonote. The option to add a personal message onto the casing of your iPod or iPad has long been offered by Apple to…

‘iPad Pro’ to feature USB 3.0 ports, mouse and keyboard support, begin production in September

A couple of reports have emerged over the last 24 hours speculating on the future of Apple’s rumored ‘iPad Pro’. The device, which is expected to have a larger 12.9-inch screen, was previously rumored to be arriving early this year but internal plans at Apple are said to have changed. There’s also some fresh information regarding the device’s connectivity,…

Bloomberg: Apple wants to produce cars by 2020

Following weeks of rumors surrounding Apple’s “Titan” electric car project, Bloomberg is claiming that the Cupertino company is aiming to begin car production by 2020 according to “people with knowledge of the matter”. The timeframe — automakers typically spend five to seven years developing a car — underscores the project’s aggressive goals and…