Receiving a mild-to-major update this week, the official iOS client of Facebook was yesterday updated with not only an enhanced, more streamlined interface for those who follow their social feed on iPad, but the update also adds a few new visual additions which are bound to have you spending more time on the social network.
As speculation continues to mount regarding what Apple’s next iPhone may bring to the table, a new concept for Apple’s “iPhone 6” has surfaced today which suggests the Cupertino, CA company could not only extend the reach of the smartphone’s display to almost touch both outer sides, but that Apple (if it so chooses) could also get rid of the iPhone‘s “Home Button” – altogether.
You can now add Microsoft to that growing list of companies reportedly developing a “smartwatch” for release in the coming months. According to The Wall Street Journal, the company is currently said to be “working on designs for a touch-enabled watch device.”
Not one to be upstaged by Apple’s use of ‘descriptive’ branding terms, Samsung on Friday announced the launch of its ‘GALAXY Mega’ – a series of smartphones from the Korean manufacturer that are set arrive in both 6.3-inch and 5.8-inch display flavours.
Apple’s chosen manufacturer for the iPhone, Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. – (known more commonly as, Foxconn) – may be having some trouble with its recent sales, according to Reuters.