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  • The Next iPhone May Come With Animated Wallpapers

    The Next iPhone May Come With Animated Wallpapers

    It would appear that the next-gen iPhone may come with some added flare. Sources told 9to5mac that the UI for the iPhone 6S may come with animated wallpapers, not unlike the animated watch faces that shipped with the Apple Watch. Those sources said that animated wallpapers could include animated fish in a koi pond, as well as ‘colorful arrays of smoke.’ Given that most… Read More

  • Apple Invites Press To iPhone Event On September 9th

    Apple Invites Press To iPhone Event On September 9th

    “Hey Siri, give us a hint” is about all the hints we’re going to get on what’s coming up at the next Apple event. And of course some artwork that four people in a basement will comb over thousands of times for hidden messages. Some say new iPhones, new Apple TVs and both. Read More

  • Apple Loses ‘Swipe To Unlock’ Patent In German Court

    Apple Loses ‘Swipe To Unlock’ Patent In German Court

    Apple has lost a challenge in the German court system that sought to overturn an earlier ruling, which voided its patent for ‘swipe to unlock’ in Europe. The patent (EP1964022) was granted back in 2010 and was used to win an injunction against Motorola smartphones (back when Moto was owned by Google) in 2012. Motorola has since appealed the injunction, with a decision dependent… Read More

  • Mobile Exits Drop Below Investments For First Time Since 2013 Crunch Network

    Mobile Exits Drop Below Investments For First Time Since 2013

    It’s been party time for mobile, with massive growth and disruption helping VCs to raise huge funds, entrepreneurs to raise massive rounds, and valuations to skyrocket. With 89 mobile Internet unicorns now worth almost $1 trillion, it’s no surprise that folks from Silicon Valley to Shanghai are asking what’s going on with return on investment. Read More

  • The Burgeoning Invisible App Market Crunch Network

    The Burgeoning Invisible App Market

    Today’s “invisible app” market could be classified as a passing trend, but it might also be the beginning of a significant multi-year shift in how we transact when we’re away from our computers. This shift applies to mobile devices, email, home devices like the Amazon Echo and even wearables like the Apple Watch. Read More

  • Apple Addresses Bendgate Complaints With Sturdier iPhone 6s Shell

    Apple Addresses Bendgate Complaints With Sturdier iPhone 6s Shell

    Supply chain leaks have indicated that Apple is working on an iPhone 6s, and details of the new device have been surfacing one at a time for the past few weeks. Unbox Therapy has obtained the rear casing of the 6s and meticulously compared it with the iPhone 6. Apple is reinforcing some weak points with this year’s new iteration, and the company is also switching to lighter, stronger… Read More

  • Apple’s Next iPhone Rumored To Debut On September 9th

    Apple’s Next iPhone Rumored To Debut On September 9th

    I’m not a betting man — but if someone were to say “Quick! When will Apple announce the next iPhone?!”, I’d say September. It’s… just what they do. Sure enough: word around the rumor mill is now that the next announcement will come on September 9th. Read More

  • This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: iPhone Sales, Tesla ‘Ludicrous Mode’, And GoPro/Meerkat

    This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: iPhone Sales, Tesla ‘Ludicrous Mode’, And GoPro/Meerkat

    This week, Tesla introduced a new mode for the Model S called Ludicrous mode, which will take the car from 0 to 60mph in 2.8 seconds. Which is ludicrous. Meanwhile, Apple reported its Q3 2015 earnings, falling just under expectations for iPhone unit sales, though still growing the category by 35 percent YOY. Plus, GoPro announced a deal with Meerkat that will let users stream live from… Read More

  • All Eyes Are On iPhone Sales For Apple Earnings, Not Apple Watch Sales

    All Eyes Are On iPhone Sales For Apple Earnings, Not Apple Watch Sales

    Later today, Apple will announce its quarterly earnings for its fiscal Q3 2015. While everybody is asking for Apple Watch sales numbers, you shouldn’t expect Apple to break out this number. Moreover, as this is a first generation product, the Apple Watch won’t be driving the company’s earnings. Instead, the iPhone should be the star of the show, once again. Read More

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