Judging from the new batch of reports that rolled in throughout the day, the 12.9-inch "iPad Pro" is, in fact, real and it's apparently already being tested out in the wild. Alas, it looks as though we may not see it for a few months. In other news, one of Apple's most famous products gets demoted from the Apple Store's display tables.
If you're looking for iPhone 6s leaks, we've got you covered today. Today saw the appearance of no less than three leaks for the upcoming smartphone, with two dealing with the device's long-rumored Force Touch feature and another dealing with the device's rear shell.
If you believe the latest rumor, it appears we might see the next Apple TV as early as September. Also, Apple appears to be making its first big push for office space in San Francisco. But what is it for?
Remember that documentary at SXSW that gained a name for accentuating Steve Jobs' flaws to the exclusion of everything else? It's got a trailer now. In other news, Apple is reportedly interesting in jump-starting its rumored electric car program with a little help from BMW, and a group of kids have almost no idea what to do with the original iPod.
Yet another supposedly leaked photo of the next iPhone appeared today, which means we'll probably know what the entire thing looks like by the time Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the stage to announce it. In other news, Apple's Back-to-School promo isn't dead after all, and everyone's favorite Cupertino company has expressed support for the Equality Act of 2015 introduced today.
We've got some hot new photos of the next iPhone for you just in time for the weekend, and, well, they look about like you'd expect. If that isn't too much of a surprise, you might find more excitement in Apple's latest 99-cent sale, or the news that a popular iOS game made $5.1 million within its first two weeks.
Today we've got a couple of juicy Apple news tidbits that could mean a lot to some folks out there. For one, against the expectations of almost everyone, Apple looks like it's prepared to roll out a refresh for the iPod line as early as next week. In addition, Apple is finally going to fix a longstanding issue with the iOS keyboard.
In today's Apple Daily, a notable analyst projects what we might see with the next iPhone refresh, and it all sounds amazing. In other news, Apple gets a perfect rating from Greenpeace regarding its efforts in supplying its buildings with clean and renewable energy.
In today's Apple Daily, a rumor pops up claiming that Apple's new Force Touch technology may only come to the so-called iPhone 6s Plus and not to its smaller sibling. In other news, Apple has assembled a useful and educational assortment of apps in honor of World Autism Awareness Day.
In today's Apple Daily, we learn that Apple might be planning to release three new iPhones this September. In other news, Fortune magazine has called Apple CEO Tim Cook the "world's greatest leader," and Apple Watch apps are already starting to appear on the App Store in preparation for the device's April 24 release.