Apple is indeed after diversifying its iPhone offering with a cheaper version of its flagship handset. Both the Wall Street Journal and Bloomberg have confirmed Digitimes’ earlier report citing anonymous supply chain sources.
Here is a fresh rumor future iPhone owners will love: Apple is going to roll out a cheaper version of its popular iPhone specifically designed for China and other emerging markets in the second half of this year, the hit-or-miss Digitimes’ sources claim.
From the same mind that brought us a true-to-detail, otherworldly-physchic iPhone 5 mock-up that panned out to be an inconceivably accurate depiction of the shipped device, comes a telling tale of what the next iPhone could look like. While throwing some creative flair into it, the guideline of a recent prototype’s description was followed in the creation of a striking new phone that makes for a great object of… hope? Decide for yourself if this “iPhone 6″ mock-up is deserving of being lusted over or demurred against.
Despite an initial launch that made spur-of-the-moment ordering nearly impossible, Apple has done what would have been inconceivable four months ago: lowered its order for the iPhone 5's production in the first quarter of 2013 by a significant, apprehension-inducing amount that is either foretelling or downright embarrassing. With reports ablaze that the next iPhone could launch around June, this could very well be fuel for a convincing fire.
Just as iPhone 5 availability has improved by a week (now taking 2-3 weeks for orders from the Apple Store to ship), comes reports sporting the addition of the "S" we have come to expect from a follow-up release. Don't get too cozy with iPhone 5 as Apple may be pushing its follow-up much more aggressively, with new rumors pointing to production testing beginning this December. Such a speedy production timeframe could mean that we will see iPhone 5S much earlier than anticipated.
Endloop has just released Bankshot [App Store, Free], a game that combines a stylish TRON look with the idea of making bank shots. The goal is simple; get your disc to the target by throwing bank shots. To be successful, you have to hit at least one wall, but if you bounce around too much, your disc will explode.
If you're an air hockey or billiards fan, Bankshot should be right up your alley. Plus it's free, so just get it! Video below!