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Here’s how you can tune in to Apple’s iPhone 6 event

Today’s the day, everyone. After months of anticipation, speculation, and leaks, we have it just the way we like it – we have a general idea of what to expect from the Cupertino company, but the launch is still shrouded in mystery. The event today isn’t just limited to members of the press, as there’s a full Apple iPhone 6 event live stream and many other ways of learning about the announcements as they arrive.

The best way to get your Apple fix today is through the company’s own live stream, which should be going live at the link at the bottom of this post just a bit before the event begins. Unfortunately, not all of you are going to be able to watch this stream – and for more reasons than you’re probably thinking. Apple live streams only work with Mac computers running OS X 10.6.8 or later (and only with the Safari browser version 5.1.10 or newer), and iOS devices on 6.0 or anything newer. The live stream should also work with Apple TV, too, though only the second and third-generation models running a software release 6.2 or higher.

If you’re without a capable Apple device at the moment, you’re not entirely out of luck. It’s possible that the live stream may crop up on YouTube through unofficial means, but you need not worry about all of that if that’s not your thing – just keep it locked to Pocketnow as the event unfolds at 10AM Pacific tomorrow (that’s 1PM Eastern, or 5PM GMT) as we’ll be posting news right as it comes in.

We’re not entirely sure at what point of the presentation the new iPhone will break cover, but Quartz has gone through the last couple keynotes involving an iPhone launch in order to try to predict the timing – they found that, on average, the new iPhone is announced about 45 minutes in. But considering that the agenda for today sounds pretty packed, and the fact that the last two iPhone events got straight to launches 12 and 22 minutes in (respectively), you’ll want to tune in at least ten minutes after the start of the keynote to be safe.

In case you want a recap of what to expect, we’ve put together a rumor roundup piece that’ll clue you in on what Apple could announce today. Keep in mind that some things are still big question marks to us, including the construction of a 3-story building outside of the Flint Center – we’re not sure exactly what that’s about, but we’re sure excited to find out.

Folks, we’re just as excited about Apple’s event today – which is garnering even more media attention than usual – as you are, and we’re sure you’re eager to share your thoughts, so drop them down in the comments section below if you would.

Apple iPhone 6 event live stream link


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Apple’s Sep 9 event Rumor Roundup: The iPhone 6 is just part of it

Love it or hate it, tomorrow is probably one of the biggest days of the year for the smartphone market. Apple may not be the biggest smartphone seller in the world, but the world’s most popular smartphone has belonged to Apple almost every year, since its inception in the summer of 2007. There are a ton of rumors of what to expect for Apple’s September 9 event, so let’s try to place all these rumors into perspective, as it seems that Apple is launching more than one product tomorrow.

iPhone 6

iphone_6_1-still004Rumors claim that Apple is planning to change everything all over again when it comes to the iPhone. After months of speculation, we could say that all the major sources for leaks agree that there will be two iPhone models, a 4.7-inch and a 5.5-inch iPhone 6. The first batch of photos were mainly of the 4.7-inch model that is rumored to have begun mass production a few weeks ago, but we eventually found that the 5.5-inch model is already being manufactured as well, and if you look closely, both devices seem to be identical. Their designs are rumored to be very similar to the existing iPad Air and iPad mini, or more like if the 5th Generation iPod Touch grew taller, even up to the protruding camera as there are rumors of optical image stabilization making the cut. The three color options will apparently remain untouched, though we do expect the power button to move to the side, and some of these buttons might be recessed as well (though leaks don’t prove it).

When it comes to specifications, we expect the usual bump to an A8 chip that will reportedly have a smarter coprocessor for health and fitness tracking. NFC is also being rumored for this device as Apple might be considering mobile payments after years of dismissing it. We also heard of a special Beats chip included for music processing, but that was just one rumor. TouchID is definitely going to be part of this iPhone, and we hear that Apple has made some significant changes in the accuracy of the sensor. There has been a lot of conflict regarding the display resolution of these devices, but the latest ones claim that we shouldn’t expect more than some minor adjustments to reach Apple’s Retina Display standards. Storage options have also been conflicting, as Apple will apparently keep the 16GB option for the budget minded, and then bump things up to 64 and 128GB if you want to add some extra cash to your purchase. That extra cash is also reported to get you some sapphire protection on the display, though it’s not like Apple to do this sort of treatment. As for this bigger size, the rumors claim that Apple might adopt a new “One handed mode” to help you power through, though we’ve also seen some reports of Apps expanding in landscape in an iPad-like UI, just to help you enjoy the bigger canvas, even though the home screen might remain untouched.

Pricing is hard to predict. We do know that the iPhone 6 phablet will be more expensive than the 4.7-inch model, though we’re still not convinced that Apple will launch both iPhones at the same time. If the rumors are true, pre-orders for the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 will begin between tomorrow and Friday, and we should expect these devices to reach stores and your doorstep 10 days later. Sadly the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 might not be ready for a launch until December according to some credible sources, something that we’ve seen Apple do with certain iPad launches in the past.

iWatch

iwatch_body_side_8sep14One product we didn’t expect to see tomorrow is the iWatch. If you’ve spent some time with iOS 8 beta and notice everything you’re getting on HealthKit, it’s literally impossible for Apple to address all this without a wearable, so it does make sense for it to be announced tomorrow. Rumors have been really conflicting, and if it weren’t for some leaked schematics that were posted today, we really wouldn’t know what it looks like.

Reports claim that there are two models, one for him and one for her, and up to four different color options for each model. The leaked schematics show us a design that mimics that of the icons of an iPhone, where you see a square with round corners, but that’s all we know about its looks. We have heard that it will sport sapphire on its display, and we hear of a bevy of sensors in order to power HealthKit for you. Specs have been hard to find, but we do hear that Apple will include NFC in order to help you pay for things with your watch. Apple has spent the last couple of months hiring experts from Nike, the health sector and even some high-level watchmaker employees to contribute in what we should see. We’ve also heard of some sports celebrities walking around the Apple campus and most likely testing these as well.

Pricing is a tough one here. We’ve heard of the price tag reaching as much as $ 400 or less depending on the model you choose, but a couple of months ago we even heard of thousands of dollars. The only problem is that most of the reports claim that this product won’t be ready for a launch until either December, or early 2015, which is rather disappointing if you plan to use an iPhone 6 and HealthKit for those specific reasons.

iPad

ipad_air_touch_id_mockupHistorically, Apple has never launched an iPad along with an iPhone. We have seen Apple take over its September Music event with the iPhone, but iPads are usually announced in either March or October. Still, some new reports have emerged that claim that Apple will announce its iPad lineup as well.

So far, what we’ve heard is that even though the iPad Air will retain most of its design elements, we might see some of the recessed buttons we’ve vaguely heard for the iPhone 6. We might also see TouchID, and it seems that in addition to some changes on the speaker grills, this iPad will actually be thinner and lighter than the existing model. We shouldn’t expect major changes to the A8 processor though, and storage options are rumored to mimic what we’ll see with the iPhone 6, which is rather disappointing if you think of how big tablet apps can be lately. The product we’ve heard the least about is the new iPad mini, though we assume Apple will bing these same changes to the iPad mini with Retina Display and probably retire the low-res iPad mini from two years ago.

We should expect Apple to price the iPad models at similar prices to what we see today, but who knows, we might be in for a surprise. With the stagnant iPad sales that Apple has seen in the last couple of quarters, it could be time to re-think the pricing of the iPad.

The Bottom Line

If Apple does choose to launch everything tomorrow, we could presume that the company will follow a similar launch pattern for the iPad that we’ll see with the iPhone, but we seriously doubt Apple will go this route. This would make the event last for hours, and two major product launches on the same day is not something consumers can really afford if you think of it.

Whatever the case may be, we’ll be glued to the event tomorrow morning and get back to you with all the details you come to expect from our coverage. Make sure you leave your predictions in the comments down bellow as well.


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Apple’s 2014 Back to School promotion is now live

Apple’s historically made back-to-school promotions available for students during the summer season, and this year is no exception. There are deals to be had in the 2014 Apple Back to School promotion on iPads, iPhones, and Macs, so listen up to find out just how much you’ll be able to save.

Let’s talk iPhone first, as that’s always a hot topic among students. You’ll get a $ 50 Apple Store gift card (not the iTunes kind), with no further discount — that’s not to say that’s a bad deal, though.

If you’re buying an iPad, you’ll receive the same $ 50 gift card, but you will be able to couple that with up to a $ 30 discount through education pricing.

Mac purchasers get the best deal, with a $ 100 gift card right off the bat and up to $ 200 off your purchase through education pricing. Not bad, though you’ll have to buy premium hardware to get the full $ 300.

To be clear, these back-to-school promo deals require that you are affiliated with an educational instution. To elaborate further, “you must be a college student, a student accepted to a college, a parent buying for a college student, or a faculty or staff member from any grade level.”

If you are off to college (or have ties with a school through other means), though, you may find savings of a pretty penny. As for where to purchase hit up Apple’s Online Store for Education or a retail location nearby. For a link to the first choice, check the source link below.

Anyone taking advantage of one or more of these offers? Let us know which ones down in the comments section below.

Source: Apple


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Apple’s 2014 Back to School promotion is now live

Apple’s historically made back-to-school promotions available for students during the summer season, and this year is no exception. There are deals to be had in the 2014 Apple Back to School promotion on iPads, iPhones, and Macs, so listen up to find out just how much you’ll be able to save.

Let’s talk iPhone first, as that’s always a hot topic among students. You’ll get a $ 50 Apple Store gift card (not the iTunes kind), with no further discount — that’s not to say that’s a bad deal, though.

If you’re buying an iPad, you’ll receive the same $ 50 gift card, but you will be able to couple that with up to a $ 30 discount through education pricing.

Mac purchasers get the best deal, with a $ 100 gift card right off the bat and up to $ 200 off your purchase through education pricing. Not bad, though you’ll have to buy premium hardware to get the full $ 300.

To be clear, these back-to-school promo deals require that you are affiliated with an educational instution. To elaborate further, “you must be a college student, a student accepted to a college, a parent buying for a college student, or a faculty or staff member from any grade level.”

If you are off to college (or have ties with a school through other means), though, you may find savings of a pretty penny. As for where to purchase hit up Apple’s Online Store for Education or a retail location nearby. For a link to the first choice, check the source link below.

Anyone taking advantage of one or more of these offers? Let us know which ones down in the comments section below.

Source: Apple


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Will Apple’s smartwatch be a fitness-focused cop-out?

Roughly 18 months ago, smartwatches and other types of wearables were practically nonexistent.

Sure, the Nike FuelBand started hitting shelves over two years ago, and a few fitness bands followed thereafter. But it was nothing to the degree it is today. FitBits are everywhere; I see random passersby wearing Pebbles; people ask me all the time if my “watch that buzzes” is “one of those Samsung things”; and it seems everyone is aware of the early onset #glassholes of this world.

Wearables – especially smartwatches – are more in the public eye than ever, and some of the biggest companies in the tech industry are on the brink of diving into wearables head-first.

60000-steps-laterIf we’re talking about the broad wearables category, FitBit owns the space with nearly 50 percent of gloabal wearable market share as of last month. If we narrow the scope to just smartwatches, however, it’s Pebble’s game. The startup is faring well against its much larger competitors with 35 percent of the global smartband market share, while Sony snapped up 29 percent and Samsung slipped to 23 percent.

The real question is how these companies will fare and how the market share will change once the real heavyweights jump on the market.

We’re just weeks away from the official unveiling of the first Android Wear hardware; LG and Motorola are confirmed to be bringing Android Wear watches sometime this summer. Apple is rumored to be making its own smartwatch, as is HTC, and likely every other major company in the industry.

One thing is certain: the space is about to get very crowded with very similar (but probably marginally different) options. Looking back at the start of this wearables revolution, it hasn’t quite gone how I would have expected.

pebbles

I closely followed the progression of the Allerta inPulse smartwatch. It filled my mind with all the possibilities of a smartwatch: voice calls, Google searches, a wrist-mounted TV remote, and so much more. The possibilities are literally endless, and the Pebble Appstore has begun to show us just how valuable a smartwatch can be. I sync some of my most important notes in Evernote to my Pebble Steel; I have a watch app that gives me the current weather and forecast for my current location and a set location; I can track packages from the Pebble Steel; I can track my sleep; I can follow my favorite teams using the ESPN app; I can find nearby locations using Yelp; and I can control my music. I can do all of this from my wrist, without having to pull my phone out of my pocket.

Android-Wear

That said, the brunt of the upcoming smartwatches will not be capable of doing all these seemingly simple things.

At least in the beginning, all the Android Wear watches will have two main functions: deliver notifications to your watch and provide a stellar, always-on Google Now experience on your wrist.

Not every manufacturer will choose Google’s watch-based OS to power their wrist-mounted computer, however.

Samsung will likely continue to develop its Tizen-powered Gear watches, and Apple will likely use a lightweight version of iOS to power its still-not-official watch. And I’m sure some smaller startups will jump on the wearables bandwagon soon enough and not want Google’s software to power its users’ experience.

I wonder, if not notifications or the simple tasks from above, what purpose will these future watches serve?

With Samsung’s newest iteration of Gear watches, the focus was primarily fitness. The Gear 2, Gear Neo, and Gear Fit all come with heart rate monitors built into the wrist-side of the watch. And while they’re perfectly capable of doing other things, fitness is what they’re best at – pairing up with an Android-powered Samsung phone, syncing with the S Health and Coach by Cynga apps, and helping you track your health and fitness progress.

health-ios-8

Apple, having just added HealthKit to the new iOS 8 update (and having hired several medical technology experts), certainly foreshadowed one of the primary focuses of its alleged upcoming smartwatch. If you take a gander at the Health app in iOS 8, you’ll find all sorts of data sets like blood alcohol content, blood glucose level, oxygen saturation, and sleep analysis. While many of the data types included in the Health app are far above and beyond what any other company is currently providing in its wearable fitness band, making a smartwatch and making health tracking its main function is a major cop-out.

Health bands are a dime a dozen these days. To a certain degree, they all do the same thing. They try to bring awareness of you health and fitness into the foreground, even if how they do it differs. FitBit and the FuelBand both gamify fitness by enticing you to compete with friends on things like steps or calories burned.

I can’t help but feel Apple’s incarnation of the smartwatch will take inspiration from the typical fitness bands and push the concept a bit further by cramming in more sensors and gathering more data.

That’s great for gym nuts. But for everyone else who just wants an awesome smartwatch with functionality outside the gym or a watch that doesn’t constantly make them feel like a miserable fat sack who can’t seem to gain control over their eating habits (sometimes guilty myself), the alleged iWatch will likely be another “me, too” fitness band with a few additional functions, like music or Siri controls.

I’d rather see Apple push the envelope by bringing some of the more futuristic smartwatch feature concepts to life, to make it a true smartwatch first and a fitness band second.

However, I feel that’s not going to be the case. Based on HealthKit and the way the wearables market is headed, Apple will likely just hop on the fitness bandwagon and put the more intriguing and appealing smartwatch possibilities on the back burner.

If that’s the case, the whole wearables landscape could change into fitness-focused wristbands instead of the cool, nerdy, wrist-mounted utilitarian devices they should be.


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Apple’s WWDC from a Windows user’s standpoint

Today at WWDC 2014, Apple announced a few new features for Mac OS 10.10 and iOS 8. Unfortunately I didn’t get to see the keynote live stream video since I am not carrying any Apple products today and Apple insists that only people who use Apple products should be allowed to view it. I suppose I could have dug up my old Mac Pro, plugged it in , dusted off the keyboard and installed the updates to Safari to watch it, but who has time for that? So, my impression of iOS 8 is mainly going to be based on what I read in some of the other media reporting out there.

Mac OS 10.10

I started using Mac OS 10 in the year 2000 when the beta was available. That was 14 years ago, and the majority of the interface hasn’t changed much. It’s still mouse-driven and you still can’t open menus using the keyboard. Unplugging the mouse on a Mac has always made that computer completely useless, while on Windows you can still use keyboard mnemonics to access practically every function. As seen in Windows 8.1, Microsoft’s successful operating system has evolved and grown far more quickly and in a direction more dedicated to future human-computer interaction methods. Mac OS 10 has been mouse/trackpad ONLY for 14 years, while Microsoft invested in evolving Windows for pen-based interaction very early on in 2002 and now has a high-level of multi-touch interaction capabilities with Windows 8 which also works pretty well with 3D air-gestures (as you can see here.) To me, using Mac OS 10.9 still feels like using an OS from 14 years ago. At the rate technology is moving, that’s ancient.

Note the caveman-like posture still required to use Mac OS 10.

Note the caveman-like posture still required to use Mac OS 10.

With Mac OS 10.10, Apple’s first big reveal was new icons. A more “flat” design. That’s good because the aqua glossy theme from 14 years ago is getting old. The new translucent menus (weren’t those there in an early version of OS X?) and widgets on the sidebar seem like relics from Windows Vista.

Spotlight’s update seems to bring in a few features that Windows 8′s search has had for a while. And Apple has finally made their cloud storage service integrated with the operating system just like Windows 8 integrates OneDrive. At least they made an iCloud Drive program for Windows, too. That will be great for the platform agnostic users out there. Apple also lets you send secure links to files stored in their iCloud via email just like OneDrive and Outlook.com can do.

Editing Pictures in email?

What? I’m not sure about this feature. Shouldn’t you be using a picture editor to edit pictures instead of an email program? Why is Apple merging these two clearly separate applications? Somebody should tell Tim Cook that “You can merge a toaster and a refrigerator, but that’s probably not going to be pleasing to anyone.” (That’s what Tim Cook said about Windows 8, by the way.)

I can only assume Internet Explorer 11 isn't listed because it's better than all of them.

I can only assume Internet Explorer 11 isn’t listed because it’s better than all of them.

Continuity

Okay, now we’re getting somewhere!! I loved loved loved being able to control my Windows Mobile phone from a desktop PC back in the last decade (using SOTI Controller and/or Jeyo Mobile Companion). I could use a real full sized keyboard to reply to text messages, and I could copy/paste phone numbers into my phone’s dialer and make the call without having to touch the thing at all. All of those awesome features were removed when Microsoft switched to Windows Phone 7. I thought we might get desktop-through-phone text messaging back with Windows 8 since that new “Messaging” app would have been the perfect place for it. Microsoft even still has a cloud connection for text messages in Windows Phone 8. You can see them in your Microsoft Account. You just can’t reply to them. Apple finally did it right!

You can also now initiate your iPhone’s WiFi Internet Sharing from your desktop computer. This is a feature that I love using in my Windows 8.1 tablets with my Windows Phone 8 device. I wonder if an iPad tablet would be able to pair with an iPhone in the same manner.

iOS 8

Spotlight

It sounds like Apple took a big queue from Windows Phone 8.1 in their Spotlight update. Like Windows Phone 8.1′s Cortana, Spotlight can now handle searches for all sorts of things that Siri can also do. So basically you can type what you’re looking for instead of speaking it.

Cortana supports searching via text and speech, too.

Cortana supports searching via text and speech, too.

Keyboards & Messaging

This is another catch-up feature it would seem. Windows Phone did the “predict the next word” thing long ago. That feature was even in Windows Mobile in the dark ages. I was kind of expecting Quicktype to be Apple’s version of Swype, but it turns out that iOS 8 now supports 3rd party keyboards! So you can most certainly install Swype. Of course, Windows Mobile had this a decade ago, but when Microsoft rebuilt their mobile OS as Windows Phone 7, that kind of extensibility was lost because they wanted to be more like Apple.

In the Messaging app, it looks like Apple copied Windows Phone’s “Mute Thread” feature now except they may have stepped it up a bit with some functions for removing people from group messages.

A location sharing feature is in iOS 8 now. That’s something that Windows Phone 8 had at launch. I wonder if it works cross-platform in a similar manner now. I love that feature on Windows Phone.

Messaging can send audio notes now? Wasn’t that a basic part of the MMS protocol from the turn of the century? Is Apple really only just now getting around to adding this? I suppose self-destructing audio messages is new, but who cares about that? I want my messages saved.

Health Kit

This is a great idea. Lot’s of companies are trying to do this though. Microsoft’s got the Health Vault which integrates with a lot of medical hardware, but doesn’t work very well with many mobile apps like Endomondo or MyFitnessPal. I don’t think it works with Xbox Fitness either. Apple doesn’t have a virtual-reality personal trainer like Xbox Fitness or Xbox 360 with Kinect though.

Siri
HeySiri
Siri now supports keyword activation! That means she’ll be listening for “Hey, Siri” and once you say that, she’ll start listening for more commands. That’s how everything should work. In fact, we had mobile phones in the 90s that worked that way.

Siri can recognize songs that she hears through the phone’s microphone now, just like Cortana on Windows Phone. Well, actually Windows Phone had that feature long ago.

Conclusion

It seems like one of the big selling points of the original iPhone and the supposed reason that everyone liked it so much was because of its simplicity. Today, I’m seeing iOS 8 and it is not simple at all. We’re talking about Windows Mobile level complexity and confusion that everyone hated Windows Mobile for. Interactive widgets in the notifications center? Chat heads in the task switcher? Special hidden gestures for flagging emails? Multiple keyboard options? I’m sorry, but iOS is no longer simple and easy.

As for Mac OS 10.10, again it’s just a minor dot release with some new icons and a few new features. It’s no Mac OS 11. Still, I am so happy to see that Apple has implemented the ability to reply to text messages and initiate phone calls from a desktop computer. I loved that feature in Windows Mobile and maybe now Microsoft will be tempted to bring it back to Windows Phone.

What’s your take on today’s WWDC 2014 keynote?


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Apple’s purpose for Beats, Galaxy Note 4 features, LG G3 & more – Pocketnow Daily

Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the additional leaks of the Samsung Gear Solo, which is the company’s first true smartwatch with phone capabilities. Then we talk about LG and its teasers for the G3 event. Sapphire technology takes the stage next as we learn of more companies interested in the technology. Then we talk about Samsung and the additional rumors of what to expect for the Galaxy Note 4. We end today’s show talking about Apple’s true plans to buy Beats.

All this and more after the break.

Stories:
Further Samsung Gear Solo support arrives: the smartwatch that needs no phone
LG publishes trio of G3 teaser videos
Which smartphone OEMs might follow Apple with sapphire screens?
Galaxy Note 4 software features could include a couple HTC knock-offs
Apple reportedly wants Beats more for its talent than its technology?


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Apple’s purpose for Beats, Galaxy Note 4 features, LG G3 & more – Pocketnow Daily

Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the additional leaks of the Samsung Gear Solo, which is the company’s first true smartwatch with phone capabilities. Then we talk about LG and its teasers for the G3 event. Sapphire technology takes the stage next as we learn of more companies interested in the technology. Then we talk about Samsung and the additional rumors of what to expect for the Galaxy Note 4. We end today’s show talking about Apple’s true plans to buy Beats.

All this and more after the break.

Stories:
Further Samsung Gear Solo support arrives: the smartwatch that needs no phone
LG publishes trio of G3 teaser videos
Which smartphone OEMs might follow Apple with sapphire screens?
Galaxy Note 4 software features could include a couple HTC knock-offs
Apple reportedly wants Beats more for its talent than its technology?


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Apple’s purpose for Beats, Galaxy Note 4 features, LG G3 & more – Pocketnow Daily

Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the additional leaks of the Samsung Gear Solo, which is the company’s first true smartwatch with phone capabilities. Then we talk about LG and its teasers for the G3 event. Sapphire technology takes the stage next as we learn of more companies interested in the technology. Then we talk about Samsung and the additional rumors of what to expect for the Galaxy Note 4. We end today’s show talking about Apple’s true plans to buy Beats.

All this and more after the break.

Stories:
Further Samsung Gear Solo support arrives: the smartwatch that needs no phone
LG publishes trio of G3 teaser videos
Which smartphone OEMs might follow Apple with sapphire screens?
Galaxy Note 4 software features could include a couple HTC knock-offs
Apple reportedly wants Beats more for its talent than its technology?


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Apple’s purpose for Beats, Galaxy Note 4 features, LG G3 & more – Pocketnow Daily

Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the additional leaks of the Samsung Gear Solo, which is the company’s first true smartwatch with phone capabilities. Then we talk about LG and its teasers for the G3 event. Sapphire technology takes the stage next as we learn of more companies interested in the technology. Then we talk about Samsung and the additional rumors of what to expect for the Galaxy Note 4. We end today’s show talking about Apple’s true plans to buy Beats.

All this and more after the break.

Stories:
Further Samsung Gear Solo support arrives: the smartwatch that needs no phone
LG publishes trio of G3 teaser videos
Which smartphone OEMs might follow Apple with sapphire screens?
Galaxy Note 4 software features could include a couple HTC knock-offs
Apple reportedly wants Beats more for its talent than its technology?


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