For many people a hearty fried breakfast including a couple of rashers of bacon is a desirable way to start the day.
But as cooked breakfast or a bacon sandwich isn’t the healthiest option, a new iPhone app and device that wafts the appealing smell of the cured meat could prove to be a more sensible option.
The alarm clock app wakes a person up with the sound of sizzling bacon, while a connected scent device emits a bacon perfume.
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The ‘wake up and smell the bacon’ app has been developed by Oscar Mayer – a manufacturer of bacon and other meats in the U.S.
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The iPhone 6 release date, according to the latest reports from Asia, will likely happen in the second half of 2014, essentially replicating the iPhone 5S debut time in 2013.
The latest development runs in counter with the chatter that erupted last week, suggesting of a May 2014 outing for the rumoured first iOS phablet from Apple. According to DigiTimes, production of essential components for the iPhone 6 will only start in the second quarter this year.
That forecast alone, which the Taiwanese publication said is based on information from a supply chain insider, negates the likelihood of a Q2 2014 rollout for the 5S replacement.
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook said Wednesday its deal with China Mobile Ltd. to offer iPhones will help bolster sales of the device that hit a record high in Greater China in the fiscal first quarter.
China Mobile Chairman Xi Guohua said millions of Apple’s iPhones already have been ordered by the carrier’s customers, signaling strong demand for the device. Sales of the iPhone through China Mobile, the world’s largest carrier by subscribers, are set to begin Friday.