The iPhone 6 is here! It's sleek and rounded, just like the leaked photos we've been seeing for months. But now we finally know what's inside that Jony Ive-designed shell. How's it measure up to the stiff smartphone competition? Let's see.
By Saul Berman, IBM Mobile networks and the devices that exploit them -- just as the Internet did in the 1990s -- are radically changing the way we interact with the world. Everything from how we buy from merchants, how we educate our students or how we entertain ourselves is moving to [...]
Pundits have blamed the iPhone 6 Plus bending non-scandal on dozens of potential issues, from the weak aluminum case to the crushing force of their own butts. But while we don't know for sure about why a few phones have been bent, one here's one plausible structural explanation with moment diagrams and everything.
Say hello to Apple's 5.5-inch powerhouse smartphone, the iPhone 6 Plus. It's the largest phone that our favorite Cupertino fruit company has ever produced, and we just got our hot little hands on its big, honking chassis. Seriously, compared to any iPhone you've ever held, this handset is HUGE! It's amazingly thin, and incredibly solid compared to the competing plastic builds from Samsung and LG, but it still barely fits into my hand at all. Just see how those fingers struggle to grasp the new iPhone in the picture above.
With major protests in the news again, we decided it's time to update our cell phone guide for protestors. A lot has changed since we last published this report in 2011, for better and for worse. Read more...
With larger screens finally coming to the iPhone, Apple has an opportunity to address the other big weakness of its smartphone: mediocre battery life. The rumor mill suggests that substantial capacity boosts are coming to the power packs of the iPhone 6 and its larger phablet cousin. That won't cure all ills, but it should go a long way.
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