Apple Inc. will be holding its Worldwide Developers Conference this June in San Francisco. According to recent reports, the company plans to unveil its iOS 8 during the event. There will also be more details provided about the upcoming iPhone 6. With Apple’s products soon to hit market, there is general concern if the company can get past competitors and maintain its market position. What can people expect?
According to the company, the WWDC 2014 will run from June 2 to 6. Throughout the years, the event has become a venue for Apple to launch new SDKs and software applications to developers. This allows developers to tweak their new apps and existing programs to the software’s specifications. This also gives developers the chance to work on updates before the release of the new operating system.
A new image leak from China shows what is claimed to be the front panel from the bigger iPhone 6, suggesting once again that Apple’s next iPhone will be the first to offer a significantly bigger display, a major departure from Apple’s iPhone design policy so far.
Discovered on Chinese social network Weibo by iPhonote, the image seems to show a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 placed next to a 4-inch iPhone 5s.
This lower-storage version of Apple’s lower-end smartphone is now available in more than 15 countries altogether, but not in the US.
Apple’s new 8GB version of the iPhone 5C is expanding its reach around the world.
As of this week, the 8GB model is available in the Netherlands, Italy, Sweden, Belgium, Poland, and the Czech Republic. The online Apple Store for all six countries show the 5C variant as in stock and ready to ship within 24 hours.