Every week, there are many gossipy tidbits, reports as well as patent filings which indicate what is leaving Cupertino next. Some are genuine, yet others are completely fake. As usual we have managed to pars the bits of gossip, positioning them from “totally absurd” to “obviously.”
Fake Rumor: iPhone Air will be launched on September 25th
The end of the month of September and the beginning of the month of October is expected to be the period of time when Apple is going to launch on the market its new product.
As indicated by a report, September the 25th appears to be the date the following iPhone could be dispatched to stores following a September the 15th declaration. This appears doubtful as Apple normally dispatches items on a Friday while the 25th falls on Thursday this year. It seems that the bigger 5.5-inch version is going to be named “iPhone Air”. Calling the bigger version the Air would definitely separate it from the “general” iPhone 6.
Fake Rumor: the Mockups can offer an approximation of the design characteristic for the iPhone 6
A report coming from Japan claims that the most recent mockups can give a harsh approximation of what the following iPhone ought to look like. All the more vitally, they apparently offer a superior feeling of the antenna location in this new telephone. What are the purposes of the stripes on the back of the new iPhones? Those evidently should not be stripes, but instead they indicate zones where glass will be utilized rather than aluminum, much the same as in the iPhone 5 S. In the event that the stripes are really present, they will be made of extremely polished glass. This type of glass is absolutely necessary for the iPhone’s reception apparatuses to transmit and accept information. Glass was preferred because aluminum hinders all signals. This report likewise claims the world famous Apple logo on the back of the iPhone will be a bit changed, cut out of aluminum, and the glass might be bent. A craftsman gave his version of the iPhone 6 looks in an offhand photograph set of mockups.
Possibile: the photos taken with the iPhone 6 will have a front glass appear
Truly exact the electronic giant leaker Sonny Dickson has managed to send to 9to5mac a series photographs of presumable glass plate of the following iPhone. The glass plates in the photos are the white and black alternatives of the famous 4.7-inch model. As far as these pictures go, the future iPhone will be somewhat more extensive than iPhone 5/5s, and much longer. The main outline contrast from current iPhones is an opening on the left side of one front speaker, which might house a sensor or a Facetime type camera. We are approaching the iPhone’s much awaited dispatch, so leaks have higher chances of matching the truth.
Possible: the Earbud design might bring improvements to fidelity
Patent and Trademark Office granted the electronic company a new patent for the earbud adaptation of ‘plasma speakers’. In this kind of speaker, a gas (for e.g. helium) is utilized behind the speaker’s cone that vibes, duplicating sounds more precisely than the typical air would do. But this can happen only if the barometric weight is controlled (sudden modification in the pressure of the air can result in the damage of the diagram of the speaker). Apple would solve this problem with the help of a vented type cavity where the air could be compacted to modify for the air pressure in the surrounding environment.
Possible: the new technology used for the display willmake the iPhone 6 slimmer
Apple enjoys creating its items as slender as possible. Thus, it is not astonishing to listen that the organization will attempt to make the following iPhone even skinnier. One way Apple will do this is through utilizing one and not two display layers for enhancing brightness. This modification of the design might determine a series yield issues because that layer needs to be qualitative enough to do the work of two. The report claims that Apple will keep on using in-cell display engineering. Like other late reports, this one also states that Apple is going to start large scale manufacture of the iPhone soon, and it will be dispatched sooner or later in September.
Possible: the authentication settings might be changed on the basis of the location
While this is simply a patent application of Apple, it bodes well as a conceivable future advancement of iOS: Apple could modify the interface as well as the security levels of a user’s ell phone relying upon the user’s area. When the user is in his/her home, the gadget would have a lower level of security, while in a restaurant or shopping center; it would need Touch ID verification before allowing anyone to get inside the gadget. Apple believes these progressions could be actualized without putting at risk the security of the gadgets, and it would positively make things more advantageous for the client.
True: the main feature of iWatch is going to be its voice messaging
This year, Apple presented another voice messaging characteristic as a major aspect of iOS 8, which allows clients to record a very short video or audio message and dispatch it to a person in their contact list. After talking to Tim Cook, one specialist believes this might be a key gimmick of Apple’s new iWatch. The voice messaging as well as message transcription are now famous across China, an immense market that Apple wants to concur. The voice transcription characteristic of Google Now is going to be a unique experience. Voice messaging might be a simple and fast method to separate the wearable produced by Apple.
True: the new Apple applications for photos will not display a pro-focused characteristic
Although Apple told Ars Technica that iOS 8 new Photos offer is going to incorporate proficient evaluation characteristics, it appears that the application will not have the kind of editing advanced tools needed by professionals. The images available on the web point out that the application will be based on more common picture editing characteristics.