While we may not know when the next iPhone will be available, we can dream and pursue leads on what may disclose future features of the iPhone. One of these leads is from PayPal‘s own Chief Security Officer, Michael Barrett.
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.”
Microsoft Surface isn’t even a year old – and yet already we’re hearing that the Redmond, WA company may be considering a smaller version of the Windows-based tablet, likely to serve as direct competition for Apple’s iPad mini and other small, ‘handheld’ tablet offerings already available on the market.
In other not-so-newsworthy news, (we think you’ll agree the Apple rumor-mill has been largely stagnant lately), the guys at Nowhereelse.fr are back this week with a purported shot of what they claim could show the front bezel of Apple’s next-generation iPad.