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iWatch SDK already at Facebook & more say insiders

iWatch SDK already at Facebook & more say insiders

Apple has already given a small group of select developers access to its iWatch SDK, insiders claim, with Facebook said to be among those potentially readying demo software for the wearable. The decision to distribute the development kit under a tight NDA is believed to have been made so that Apple can demonstrate the sort of third-party functionality its much-rumored wearable will have at its event on Tuesday, September 9th.

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Is this a working iPhone 6?

Is this a working iPhone 6?

Apple's big iPhone 6 event is almost upon us, but a new leak could've spoiled what surprise is remaining, seemingly showing not only a functional handset but perhaps confirming mobile payments support too. The phone, shared in photos by Weibo user zzray with cnBeta, is compared with an iPhone 5s to show the increased screen size, while a new Passbook icon apparently gives the nod to Apple's plans for cashless payments.

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Moto X+1 leaks again with M-logo button

Moto X+1 leaks again with M-logo button

Motorola's new Moto X+1 just can't stay hidden, with the new Android smartphone continuing to spring up in the wild ahead of its expected official reveal later this week. The new flagship phone is believed to be among a multi-product line-up featuring at an event in Chicago on Thursday, but new leaks shed further light on its specifications and some of its more unusual features.

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Apple tipped to unveil iPhone Wallet next week

Apple tipped to unveil iPhone Wallet next week

Whenever Apple announces a new iPhone, it announces an entire ecosystem to go along with it. According to a source who shall not be named, part of that new ecosystem will be the iPhone Wallet, a mobile payment system that will try to venture in a retail world where others have gone to little or no success.

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Would you pay $400 for an Apple wearable?

Would you pay $400 for an Apple wearable?

Apple is considering a $400 price tag for its mysterious wearable devices, sources suggest, which if the Cupertino firm's eventual strategy would put it at the upper end of the market. The device - which, according to the latests rumors, could be announced at Apple's September 9th event alongside the iPhone 6, but not actually launch until sometime in the new year - is believed to be one of an eventual range of wearable devices that could include the so-called iWatch.

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iPhone 6 may have 1GB RAM after all

iPhone 6 may have 1GB RAM after all

Sometimes, the right people see the right articles, and can add some needed insight. One clever sleuth thinks they’ve cracked the case on the iPhone 6’s RAM. Originally thought to be improved form the iPhone 5S, we may be getting the same 1GB we’ve been enjoying.

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