The upcoming iPhone 6 has long been rumored to exist in two sizes: 4.7-inches and 5.5-inches. Of these, the 5.5-inch model in particular has been more of a mystery, appearing less frequently in leaks and, on more than one occasion, being tipped as troublesome on the manufacturing level. The latest report on the model is no different, suggesting that the larger of the two iPhone 6 handsets will launch later on in the year, or possibly not until 2015.
Microsoft has received a lot of flack for how it ungraciously retired the Start Menu in Windows 8, but almost every time the topic comes up, there is always word of its return. Now it appears that the day is close at hand and the Start Menu will indeed be returning. But Microsoft isn't so quick to relinquish its investment on the "Modern" paradigm and has chosen instead to mix the two a bit artificially.
The iPhone 6 leaks keep coming, and there is just no stopping them. We’ve seen the front and rear of the device, and even some alleged internals. Now we’re getting a look at another piece of kit from the inside of the iPhone 6.
A new Motorola device running Android L has been spotted, and could very well be the Moto X+1. A touch larger than the Nexus 5, this device was shown running what might be a current (but still an early preview) version of L. Though it’s a bit sketchy in its origin, this reportedly came from a Motorola or Verizon employee.
The leaks surrounding the iPhone 6 are coming in quick, and this one gives us our first good look at the back cover. Though we’ve seen it before, this leak has a nice video of the new metal unibody construction, and gives a long look at the subtle details. Perhaps even better, we get a good look of it in-hand.
Google search is often thought of as an even playing field where we can get the results we want. Over time, Google has begun leaning on their own services — and thus information. That’s not concerning to most users, but what about other services? Recently leaked internal documents at Yelp insist Google is toying with Search results regionally to deceive regulators and mislead users.
If the ongoing spat of iPhone 6 rumors wasn’t enough to tip you off to the design, this may do it. Case maker Spigen, who have an excellent track record of leaking designs early, have a slew of iPhone 6 cases available for pre-order. The cases also show off an iPhone 6 mock-up, hinting that all the rumors we’ve heard about its design are accurate.
In this latest iPhone 6 leak, we divert our attention ever so slightly away from the rather contentious subject of screen sizes and return once more to the once hot topic of sapphire crystal displays. Now, courtesy of vlogger Marques Brownlee, more popularly known as MKBHD, we are getting a closer look at what is supposed to be the sapphire crystal display panel for the 4.7-inch iPhone 6.
All those pics we keep seeing of the iPhone 6 are nice, but static images are easy to fake. Though we’re widely convinced a larger phone is on the horizon, pics just don’t do it for everyone. A new video showing a familiar piece of hardware might end up convincing the doubters.