Verizon customers chomping at the bit to get the iPhone 6 or the iPhone 6 Plus as soon as possible are in luck: those with a smartphone upgrade eligibility date of November 15, 2014 or sooner will now be seeing that date changed for an immediate upgrade, allowing them to swap out their current handset for Apple's shiny new smartphone.
We’ve all seen that person walking around, more interested in their smartphone than the real world. They (mostly) dodge obstacles by glancing up at the last moment, and roundly annoy everyone around them. A city in China has stepped in to corral those folks, giving them their own space to saunter about aimlessly.
Delivering on its I/O 2014 promise, Google has just announced the first graduates of its new Android One program in India. These entry-level smartphones from local OEMs Karbonn, Micromax, and Spice, define a new kind of budget Android smartphone, one that has Google's fingerprint all over it.
Save for Google’s Nexus-branded phones, the Motorola take on Android is as pure as you can get. Building on that momentum, Motorola is said to be releasing a very stock Moto X (2014), free of any branding or carrier involvement. Called the “Pure Edition”, this Moto might be as close to Nexus as you can get.
The iPhone 6 and the larger iPhone 6 Plus will come with a slew of official cases, adding to the already-established awesomeness that is both new smartphones. Among other things, Apple has rolled out the red carpet for some new silicon cases and leather cases, appealing to both the colorful and the classy amongst us.
Apple kicked off its event today, getting right into the details with the unveiling of the iPhone 6 and its bigger sibling, the iPhone 6 Plus, confirming months of leaks and pairing them with some official images and details. Amidst the hardware talk comes information about the apps, with Apple's Schiller saying there are 1.3 million available, and they'll all work with the larger iPhone 6 model.
IK Multimedia has introduced its latest Apple-centric products, a new iRig microphone and a new stand for the iPad (and any tablet roughly the same size). The iRig Mic Field is the maker's first "pocketable" digital microphone that can be adjusted as necessary, while the iKlip Xpand Stand offers a spring-based design to make adapters unnecessary.