We've got a little bit of iPhone 6 news coming your way, but if you've heard what they're saying in Thailand, you already know some of it. But what about those sapphire crystal displays? Who's going to get those? You? Your rich relatives? Well, let's see what the rumor mill is going on.
Credible rumors about the iPhone 6 have flowed so freely as of late that there's already a good chance that we know most of what we'll see at Apple's media event next month. Even so, Apple is livid that a Thai official publicly stated the country's approval of the distribution of two new iPhone 6 models yesterday, and the company has sent its own representatives to reprimand the country.
It looks increasingly likely that we may see the two new rumored iPhones at the same time after all. This morning Manager Online reports emerged that Takorn Tantasith, secretary general of Thailand's National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), approved an application to distribute two iPhone 6 models in the country. So far, that's the strongest proof we've seen that the two models do, in fact, exist.
China isn't the only country getting the iPhone 5 this month -- Apple has just announced the handset will debut in South Korea and a dizzying list of other worldwide destinations over the next two weeks.
It's been more than a year since torrential rain and floods in Thailand started impacting hard drive factories in the country, but this week one cloud backup service is finally sharing its story about surviving the drought that followed.