As August winds down, we're looking forward to a big September from Apple, which kicks off September 1 with the iTunes Festival in London, and presumably the announcement of iPhone 6 only days later. Both events made today's Morning Report, along with video evidence of that reversible USB connector that's been making the rounds lately...
How about a few tasty morsels of iPhone 6 rumors before Americans get to enjoy a three-day weekend? There's a second date you may want to pencil in to your calendar, while the 4.7-inch model gets a new video.
Good news for phablet lovers hoping a bigger iPhone will magically drop into their Christmas stocking this year: Sources are now claiming the larger smartphone will launch alongside a 4.7-inch model this fall.
While Verizon Wireless, AT&T and T-Mobile US have all started appealing to frequent smartphone buyers with early upgrade policies, Sprint has instead clung to its claims of being "truly unlimited" — until now, that is.
While Apple already has a retail store in Tokyo, Japan, a new report claims a second store could join it in the months ahead -- and also suggests that the company may indeed unveil a new iPad alongside its new iPhone.
In a now-annual tradition, an icon for the iTunes Festival has popped up on the Apple TV, along with a companion app available from the App Store so music fans who can't be in London next month can watch the monthlong series of free concerts.
With Sony and Samsung vying for the spotlight at last week's IFA show while Nokia and Motorola Mobility keep tech journalists busy on Wednesday, that leaves Amazon as the last one out the door to announce new products ahead of Apple's own event next week.
All signs are pointing to T-Mobile USA again being left out in the cold when the sixth-generation iPhone is presumably revealed next week, but that doesn't mean the carrier won't have a strategy in place to combat the problem.
Undeterred by the Dictation feature included in OS X Mountain Lion, Nuance has announced a new version of its own Mac software that makes Dragon Dictate faster, more accurate and more personal than ever.