Nowhereelse.fr has posted newly leaked photos of the supposed iPhone 6 batteries on a production tray. The batteries in the photo look very similar to the current iPhone batteries.
There has been a lot of iPhone 6 leaks this month, just yesterday we posted some alleged photos of the iPhone 6 manufacturing mold. A French website iPhone.fr has now posted new photos that appear to be the front panel of a larger Phone 6 being held next to an iPhone 5s.
According to a report from Nikkei, Alpine Electronics a Japanese car audio manufacturer, will start selling standalone aftermarket CarPlay console by the fall. Many car manufacturers will be offering CarPlay equipped cars soon but Alpine will be offering independent CarPlay units that can be installed in current cars.
There has been much speculation that the iPhone 6 will launch with a 4.7-inch screen and now an alleged photo of the mold used to shape the new iPhone have leaked over the weekend.
StreetInsider has reported that according to Jefferies analyst Peter Misek, Apple has been negotiating with carriers on a possible $100 iPhone 6 price increase.
Initial carriers response was “no” they refused to increase the base price form $199 to $299, but since there is a growing interest for the iPhone 6 with bigger screen and there will be no other game changing devices this year carriers are more likely to accept the increase.
It was reported earlier in the week that Apple is planning to renovate its iTunes Music Store to due to decline in music downloads. Music blogger Robert Hutton reported that Apple may be adding High Definition music downloads as well and Apple may announce this at the June WWDC.
According to a report from 9to5Mac, KGI Research analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a timeline that show Apple is planning a massive rollout for new products in Q3 2014.
Apple will update the iPad, Apple TV, and MacBook line, says Kuo. But the Mac mini and the much rumored Apple-branded television were not mentioned. In the meantime we will only see a minor update in the iMac line.
Apple depends on chip makers like Qualcomm but is now planning to develop baseband chips for iPhone and iPads in-house according to a report from Digitimes.
According to a Chinese-language Economic Daily News report, Apple may be launching its iWatch in the third quarter of 2014. The wearable device will be manufactured by Quanta Computer while TPK and Richtek, a Taiwan-based chip design house, will supply panels and chips for the device, according to report.
Reuters has reported that according to a source, Apple suppliers will begin production of 4.7-inch iPhone as early as May while the 5.5-inch version will be delayed.