Re/code once said that Apple will lift the lid on the iWatch alongside the iPhone 6 on the 9th of September. However, its first smartwatch will not be seen in the market until 2015. So what’s the reason behind this? The same site is now saying that the Cupertino firm will be launching multiple wearables and is yet to decide on pricing.
According to the report, there will be an assortment of Apple wearables coming in 2015. The high-end wearables are said to set you back as much as $400 (around £240). Although the report says that Apple’s wearables will be announced on the 9th of this month, it is less likely to announce pricing.
Unfortunately, there’s no way for us to confirm if the report is accurate or not. Fortunately, the 9th of September is just around the corner, so we won’t have to wait very long to find out.
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We all know Samsung will be lifting the lid on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 on the 3rd of September (just a few days away) at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany, with the Korean tech giant releasing a number of videos teasing its next phablet. In the past teaser videos, we never really got to see the Note 4. In this new video we see a silhouette of the device.
Watch the video here:
Thanks to previous leaks, we know the Note 4 will resemble the metal-clad Galaxy Alpha in terms of design and materials used.
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It’s a dead cert that the Korean tech giant will lift the lid on the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, the sequel to its highly-popular phablet, on the 3rd of September at IFA 2014 in Berlin, Germany. Now Samsung has released an “Unpacked trailer,” teasing the Note 4.
Here’s the trailer:
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According to Wired‘s sources, the Apple iPhone 6 will come with NFC mobile payments.
The site reports, “The company’s next iPhone will feature its own payment platform, sources familiar with the matter told WIRED. In fact, that platform will be one of the hallmark features of the device when it’s unveiled on September 9. We’re told the solution will involve NFC.”
Of course, since this is anything but official, take it with a pinch of salt.
Fortunately, you won’t have to wait very long to find out if this rumour is true or not, since Apple is expected to lift the lid on the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 on the 9th of September. The 5.5-inch iPhone 6L is expected to make its debut later this year.
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WP Central reports that the Lumia Cyan update for the Nokia Lumia 820 in the UK is now available.
Aside from a number of enhancements, the Lumia Cyan update comes with Windows Phone 8.1, which is the latest version of Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS.
Note that the update is likely to arrive in stages, so not all units will get Lumia Cyan at the same time. You can go to your phone’s settings and check manually if the update is available for your phone.
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