Apple's iPhone 6s leaked pictures show it will have new 'Force Touch' screen. New handset expected to have force touch screen similar to Apple Watch Allows users to 'deep press' to access more menusScreen could also vibrate to allow more interaction with users By Mark Prigg For Dailymail.com Apple's next iPhone will look almost identical to the current version at first glance, it has been claimed.
However, the handset, expected to be called the 6s and the 6s Plus, they will have a radical overhaul internally - and a new pressure sensitive screen. 9to5Mac claims these images are the first of the phone, which is expected to be unveiled in September and go on sale soon after. Scroll down for video The first glimpse of Apple's iPhone 6s: Blog 9to5Mac says the handset will be unveiled in September, and will look almost identical externally to the current iPhone 6 and 6s. Although Apple has not confirmed any details, analysts claim the handset will include: Updated processor New 'force touch' pressure sensitive screen Upgraded camera. Adobe Premiere Clip sur Twitter : "HOW TO start editing on #iPhone & finish in @AdobePremiere: via @terrylwhite. How To Start Editing Video on iPhone with Premiere Clip. Sprint offers existing customers a rented iPhone for $5 per month.
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Tim Cook reassures user privacy— launches new security page on Apple website. As reported by the Wall Street Journal, Apple CEO Tim Cook has published a letter (below) on the company’s website expressing his commitment to the privacy and security of iOS and Mac users.
Cook says that he will now issue annual updates on how user data is being handled, and the company will become even more transparent how its data collection tactics. The executive also reiterated previous claims that neither he nor any part of the company has collaborated with governments to provide access to user information, noting again that Apple does not read users’ email, iMessages, and other communications. He also pointed out that there is no “profile” being created about user browsing habits or other data points that often interest advertisers. The company also added a new “built-in security” page to its website which explains all of the measures put in place to keep user data private. Tim Cook reassures user privacy— launches new security page on Apple website.
Tim Cook reassures user privacy— launches new security page on Apple website. Tim Cook reassures user privacy— launches new security page on Apple website. As reported by the Wall Street Journal, Apple CEO Tim Cook has published a letter (below) on the company’s website expressing his commitment to the privacy and security of iOS and Mac users.
Cook says that he will now issue annual updates on how user data is being handled, and the company will become even more transparent how its data collection tactics. The executive also reiterated previous claims that neither he nor any part of the company has collaborated with governments to provide access to user information, noting again that Apple does not read users’ email, iMessages, and other communications. He also pointed out that there is no “profile” being created about user browsing habits or other data points that often interest advertisers. OneAppleWorld sur Twitter : "Follow OneAppleWorld on Facebook. Oneappleworld. Witter / ? iPhone 6 Live Blog on Apple.com. In addition to live streaming the iPhone 6 event that’s about to start, it looks like Apple is getting ready to live-blog its keynote, as the company has set up a special quick news page on its website where it’s already hyping the iPhone 6 launch.
UPDATE: Here’s how to watch live streaming video of Apple’s huge event! The Live page currently shows the countdown timer for the event, as well as a message from Tim Cook that was posted on Twitter earlier, as seen in the image above “Looking forward to a great day in Cupertino! Join us at 10am Pacific,” the CEO said, using an #AppleLive hashtag for the message. iPhone 6 release date 2014: features, price, pre-orders and more… Apple's iPhone 6 release date is expected in late September 2014.
But first, industry and consumer eyes will be on Tuesday's product unveiling event, scheduled for noon CDT (10 a.m. PDT). Apple is expected to reveal at the special event tomorrow its much-anticipated iPhone 6, likely to come in two larger-than-before models. iPhone 6 pre-orders are expected to follow later this week from the likes of AT&T, Verizon and other carriers. (Live stream Apple's Sept. 9 special event here.) Other products like the iWatch may be revealed Tuesday, as well, according to reports.
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Follow TechnoBuffalo Until today most reports have suggested that Apple is working on either two different sized iWatch devices or a single model with a 2.5-inch display, but now a report out of Taiwan claims that Apple is actually building three different models. According to Economic Daily, Apple is building an iWatch with a 1.6-inch display, another iWatch with a 1.8-inch display, and a third model with a 1.8-inch display made out of sapphire. All three models are expected during the third quarter of this year, according to supply chain sources speaking to Economic Daily. Course. Xamarin Cross Platform: PCL and Razor with expert Wallace McClure Course description In this course we’ll cover cross platform mobile development using Xamarin.
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Next Apple #iPhone to have curved glass edges and choice of screen sizes – an annotated graphic. A 21st-century day just wouldn’t feel complete without an Apple iPhone rumour, so without further ado here’s a new one to chew on: iPhones with curved glass edges.
Ooh, and a choice of screen sizes, too. Just like, err, arch-rivals Samsung’s product range (those guys are back in court again…). Yes, ladies and gentlemen, we hereby present to you the Apple iPhablet. Possibly. QR Code Scans Lead Some Smartphone Owners to Make Unplanned In-Store Purchases. By MarketingCharts staff Another 42% felt better about a purchase they were going to make. Overall, the 31% of respondents having recently scanned a QR code represents a slight uptick from 27% last year. (More details on QR code scanning trends can be found here.) Some in-store smartphone activities seeing rapid growth from last year include purchasing a product from a competitor (23% from 9%) and researching a product on the store’s website (40% from 20%). Many of the 49% of respondents who report having compared prices on a competitor’s website while in-store used that information to their benefit.
About the Data: The Vibes Mobile Consumer Report was fielded by the independent panel research firm Equation Research. Social TV app NextGuide moves to iPhone. NextGuide, the app that tells you when and where your favorite shows are on, is finally on the iPhone. Designed for iOS 7, it brings a combined view of live TV guide services with streaming services -- like Amazon Prime, iTunes, Hulu Plus, and Netflix -- to the world's most popular smartphone. It has many of the same functions as the iPad app and aims to bring together live TV and streaming videos . Users can pick their favorite shows and keep track of when, and where, the shows are available online or on TV. As more and more television has surfaced online, a handful of companies are vying to be the one-stop-shop consumers go to locate the content they're looking for.
Apple. iPhone and iPad Blog: Apps, News, and Rumors. Auxo 2, the followup to 2012’s popular jailbreak tweak Auxo, is now available in the Cydia Store. The product of developers @Sentry_NC and QusicS, the new tweak includes a number of features including a unified view for the Control Center and app switcher, a Quick Switcher for moving between apps using gestures, a hot corners feature that allows access to apps by touching the corners of an iOS device, and more. Unlike the stock iOS 7 experience, Auxo 2 allows users to access the app switcher, multitasking controls, and Control Center toggles entirely with the use of gestures, all while combining all three elements into one interface and offering a variety of settings for customization.
Auxo 2’s flagship feature is the Quick Switcher, which allows users to switch between apps by swiping from the bottom left of a device and releasing a finger on an open app. By default, the Quick Switcher is limited to six apps, but users may enable an unlimited amount of apps in the settings. iPad Accessories - Cases, Stands, iPad Smart Cover & More. Iphone makers. Iphone accessories. Ipad accessories. iPhone 5 - The thinnest, lightest, fastest iPhone ever. iPad. Apple iPhone & iPad, iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, 3GS & iPads from AT.