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Michael Nunez

May 13th

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Screenshots show Google’s upcoming Calendar iPhone app w/ Gmail, Photos, & Maps integration

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It appears that Google could soon release its promised redesigned Calendar app for iPhone after first making the announcement and releasing the app for Android last November. The Next Web this morning shared a handful of leaked screenshots that provide a first look at Google Calendar for iOS, including info cards that indicate Gmail, Photos and Maps integration will be key features of the app.

The screenshots show that the app will have side-by-side calendars for both a monthly overview and closer day-to-day agenda of tasks and important dates. Reservations for flights, restaurants and more are automatically added from your Gmail inbox, alongside photos and maps for viewing your upcoming events at a glance. Built-in notification settings are included.

The app is based on Google’s new Material Design language found across its other iPhone apps like Inbox and Google Maps. The report does not offer up any further details about the app, but we should find out soon when it hits the App Store. This will mark the first time that Google offers a standalone Calendar app for iPhone.

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Filed under: Apps, iOS Tagged: app, calendar, Gmail, Google, iOS, iPhone, leaked, maps, photos, screenshots

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Joe Rossignol

January 19th

Apple

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Alleged iPhone 6 part images reveal circular True Tone flash component

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Apple’s iPhone 6 announcement is close, and that means the leaks are coming in at an even quicker pace. New photos reveal possible iPhone 6 components and may answer a burning question about the device’s camera setup. If previous rumors and leaked schematics are true, it looks like Apple’s next generation iPhone will still ship with a True Tone flash…

After the first renders and dummies that claimed to showcase the iPhone 6’s design hit the Web, many were concerned with the circular flash opening on the backside of the mockup’s housing. Apple moved to an pill-shaped flash opening when the True Tone flash was introduced with iPhone 5s and it’s hard to see it moving back to a single LED flash.

New photos from Luma Commerce (via NowhereElse.fr), show a circular flash component that may belong to the iPhone 6. As you can see in the photo above, there are clearly two different colored LEDs within the circular flash module. Of course, there’s no way to verify that these images are genuine, but the part lines up with the device’s rumored design and mockups we’ve seen. Unfortunately, due to the slim form factor, we’re still unsure if the camera components will be protruding or not.

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iPhone 6 render with circular flash component based on rumored schematics.

Luckily, we won’t have to wait too much longer to find out what’s real. Apple’s iPhone 6 is expected to be revealed at an unannounced event on September 9th, 2014.


Filed under: AAPL Company Tagged: Apple, iPhone, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, leaked, photos, rumors, true tone flash

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Dom Esposito

August 11th

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Could this be our first look at the much larger iPhone 6 shell?

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Sonny Dickson has posted images today which claim to show the casing for the next generation iPhone. The metal shell, which closely resembled both the industrial design of the current iPod touch and iPad Air, appears to be of unibody construction. While it’s impossible to verify the legitimacy of these images at this time, they provide an interesting look at what Apple might be planning.

We’ve been hearing reports that the next iPhone will feature a larger, sapphire crystal display, and these images support those rumors, sporting what looks like much larger casing. The report also hints that the current iPhone 5s may stick around, but be manufactured out of cheaper materials, alongside both 4.7 and 5.5″ iPhone models.

Here’s an extremely rough mockup of the iPhone 5′s casing superimposed over Dickson’s image, showing possible size differences between the two cases.

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Next generation iPhone rumors have varied far and wide at this point, with the WSJ claiming Apple is testing prototype 4.7 and 5.7″, or even 4.8 to 6″ iPhone displays, while Bloomberg has noted Apple may be planning on larger, curved displays. Of course, at this point, we’re still 8 months or so out from a new iPhone, and Apple tests a wide variety of designs, so it’s very likely things could still change quite a bit.

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Michael Steeber

February 12th

Apple

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Apple goes on the defensive against NSA iPhone spying allegations

Yesterday we reported on a presentation by security researcher Jacob Appelbaum that reportedly showed leaked NSA documents in which the agency claimed to have a “100 percent success rate” at installing spyware on iPhones. Following those accusations, Apple has officially responded in a statement provided to TechCrunch:

Apple has never worked with the NSA to create a backdoor in any of our products, including iPhone. Additionally, we have been unaware of this alleged NSA program targeting our products. We care deeply about our customers’ privacy and security.  Our team is continuously working to make our products even more secure, and we make it easy for customers to keep their software up to date with the latest advancements.  Whenever we hear about attempts to undermine Apple’s industry-leading security, we thoroughly investigate and take appropriate steps to protect our customers.  We will continue to use our resources to stay ahead of malicious hackers and defend our customers from security attacks, regardless of who’s behind them.

The leaked NSA documents detailed in Appelbaum’s presentation above and first released on German news site Der Spiegel claimed an NSA program called DROPOUTJEEP allowed officials to access almost all data stored on an iPhone, including location, text messages, contact lists, and the device’s microphone and camera. The reports claimed the NSA needed physical access to devices to install the spyware– something it could accomplish by intercepting online shipments– but a version that could be remotely installed was reportedly in development. Apple’s statement today seems to address Appelbaum’s accusation (below) that Apple might have had prior knowledge of the program:

“Either [the NSA] have a huge collection of exploits that work against Apple products, meaning they are hoarding information about critical systems that American companies produce, and sabotaging them, or Apple sabotaged it themselves,”


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Jordan Kahn

December 31st

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Here’s a Leaked ‘Space Gray’ Version of the Next Full-Sized iPad

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Casey Chan

September 25th

Apple

Here’s a Leaked ‘Space Gray’ Version of the Next Full-Sized iPad

Here's a Leaked 'Space Gray' Version of the Next Full-Sized iPad

We’ve already seen a possible ‘Space Gray’ version of the upcoming iPad Mini 2 floating around and now it’s time for the big brother version to get covered in gray steel too.

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Casey Chan

September 25th

Apple

Leaked iPad Mini 2 Casing Shows a Possible ‘Space Gray’ Version

Leaked iPad Mini 2 Casing Shows a Possible 'Space Gray' Version

So with the iPhone 5S, Apple introduced a new ‘Space Gray’ color that is its new black. Not in that tired fashionista way where trends are considered the new black but in a completely literal way in that Apple is calling its black ‘Space Gray’. So maybe it’s not surprising that a supposedly leaked iPad Mini 2 casing shows that it’s also doused in ‘Space Gray’.

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Casey Chan

September 21st

Apple

Leaked iPad Mini 2 Casing Shows a Possible ‘Space Gray’ Version

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Casey Chan

September 21st

Apple

YouTuber DIY’s his own makeshift iPad 5, compares to iPad 4

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Michael Steeber

September 18th

Apple

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