Samsung will be the Major A9 chip supplier for next iPhone [Report]

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Apple’s next-generation iPhone will most probably be an S-refresh dubbed as the ‘iPhone 6s’ which is likely to make its debut this Fall. iPhone 6s is likely going to run on a new Apple A9 chip. Despite the fact that Apple and Samsung are bitter rivals, as much as 75 percent of Apple A9 chips will be manufactured by Samsung, reports Reuters citing Maeil Business, a South Korean newspaper.
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‘GMT bug’ in iOS 8 shows incorrect timezone for Calendar events

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Since the release of iOS 8, Apple has to face a lot of criticism due to numerous bugs being problematic for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch users. While company is quick at responding to customer complaints especially the ones affecting a lot number of users, still new bug reports are surfacing every now and then.Apple has had to deal with a lot of criticism over the increasing number of bugs in iOS 8, and while the company delivers fixes in updates, new bug reports don’t appear to stop.
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Apple Apply to Patent an iPhone Home button that transforms into thumb joystick

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The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) would publish newly granted patents and patent applications on any given Thursday, and yesterday Thursday was no exception. This new patent application, published by the USPTO and pointed out by Patently Apple, reveals that Apple is interested or atleast has toyed with the Home button on its iPhone that would pop up ad serve as a tiny thumb joystick.
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iOS 9 concept showcases tons of useful new features [video]

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Apple is widely expected to announce its next major software version – iOS 9 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch at WWDC 2015 in June. With the release of iOS 8, Apple opened door for the 3rd party developers to release their iOS keyboard and widgets into the app store, but we still want more. Ralph Theodory – a YouTuber has created an iOS 9 concept showcasing some of the features he would like to see in iOS 9 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch…
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Apple reportedly switching to OLED displays for future iPhones

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Apple is working with its major manufacturing partner Foxconn to produce OLED-based screens for its future devices including iPhone, and wearables. Previously, it was revealed that Foxconn is going to spend $2.6 billion over a span of two years in a new display manufacturing company, but at that time, the details about the exact objective of the investment were not available. But this new report from GforGame, citing a leading Japanese newspaper Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun, says that Foxconn will be supplying OLED display panels through its new plant for Apple’s future smartphones and wearable.
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Apple Watch reportedly set to launch in March

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Apple unveiled its First wearable Smartwatch dubbed as “Apple Watch” back in 2014, but has been fairly vague about its availability, saying only that it will be launched in “early 2015.” The launch windows was later further narrowed down in November by Apple’s retail chief Angela Ahrendts who, in a video messages, told the employees that the Apple Watch will be hitting shelves in “Spring.” Now the Mark Gurman of 9to5mac reports that Apple Watch will be launching in March 2015.
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