A German retailer has apparently already listed various unreleased 2015 iOS products in its online lineup, even though Apple has yet to announce any of them. That’s likely a mistake considering that Apple’s new iPhone and iPad launches are months away — either that, or it’s a publicity stunt to attract attention.
According to the screenshot below captured by French blog Nowhereelse, 24mobile.de lists four new iOS products in its store, including the iPhone 6s, the iPhone 6s Plus, the iPhone 6c and the iPad Pro.
Instead of the iPhone 6S, the world should expect the iPhone 7 release date from Apple. Ming-chi Kuo of KGI Securities said in his latest note that the next iPhone is packed with major upgrades that a revamp is required for the 2015 refresh, hence the huge leapfrog.
Specifically, Kuo talked about the high likelihood that Force Touch sensors, introduced with the Apple Watch, will be on board with the upcoming iPhone model. The upgrade, he added, is not compatible with the 6S design so Apple needs to reengineer its flagship device.
Popcorn Time, the “Netflix for piracy”, is now available on iPhones. Which begs the question: Why would you want Popcorn Time on your iPhone?
In case you missed this feature from last month, Popcorn Time is one of the more fascinating stories on the internet at the moment. It is a torrenting service enabling people to find and access just about any video content online without paying for it. The slick user interface looks and feels totally legal, avoiding that shadiness other illicit file sharing services are renowned for.