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What’s Apple’s huge iPhone 6 event center secret?

What’s Apple’s huge iPhone 6 event center secret?

There’s a really, really big box sitting near the Flint Center. It's only a bit over a week before Apple's next event here, and a massive white structure is being worked on which will likely be unveiled in full on the 9th of September, 2014. Inside this box may very well be an environment in which the iPhone 6 can show off its next-generation abilities.

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iPhone 6, NFC, and mobile payments with iBeacon in tow

iPhone 6, NFC, and mobile payments with iBeacon in tow

Word on the street this week is that the iPhone 6 will work with NFC. More than that, it’s suggested by insiders that the iPhone 6 will be the first in a line of Apple products that uses this wireless technology along with their already-growing iBeacon (with Bluetooth LE) technology in the wild to bring mobile payments for items of all kinds to the public.

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AllCast is getting an iOS port

AllCast is getting an iOS port

iOS users who feel left out of all the phone-to-device streaming fun might soon find solace from an Android developer. Koushik "koush" Dutta has revealed what appears to be a working port of his AllCast app running on iOS, expanding the reach of his casting ecosystem beyond the confines of Android.

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Square Cash now lets you text payments and requests

Square Cash now lets you text payments and requests

Being owed money is annoying, especially when it’s a friend. You may have to hassle them to pay you back, and then everyone is annoyed — it’s just terrible. Square has updated their Cash app today, bringing in a very gentle way to ask for cash. Now all you have to do is send a text, and you can be paid immediately.

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Apple’s next iPhone may be a shape-shifter

Apple’s next iPhone may be a shape-shifter

It’s Apple Patent time. With no lack of excitement going on for the next iPhone, aka the iPhone 6, Apple’s newest patent nearly slipped under the radar. What we’ve got here is a tap into an extendable, living sort of display, allowing for a complete dousing of buttons. This technology may find its way into the iPhone, iPad, or entire family of Apple products.

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