Now that all the mobile/wearable silliness is out of the way, we can start looking forward to the fall’s Mac hardware upgrades, which may finally bring us the long-awaited “Retina” Thunderbolt Display. A report this week claims that Apple is gearing up to release a 27-inch display with a 5K resolution by the end of the fourth quarter.
Apple later today will unveil the next generation iPhone lineup, and the expected 4.7-inch model may be 16 to 20 percent faster than the current iPhone 5s, according to Geekbench results published by Weibo user zzray, who has reportedly obtained a working iPhone 6.
Following the discovery of code hidden in the iOS 8 beta that pointed to true side-by-side multitasking on the iPad, a video has been produced demonstrating the unfinished feature using the iOS simulator app.
A new report from Apple-focused analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims that Apple will revamp its Mac lineup next year to combat the declining PC industry. Reportedly on track for 2014 are a new 12-inch MacBook Air with a Retina Display and a cheaper “budget” iMac.