If the current events in Russia weren't tense enough, the homeland of Vladimir Putin has now asked Apple to hand over its source codes for iOS devices and Macs so it can sift through them and see if they're being used for spying. This surfaced earlier this week when Peter Engrob Nielsen, Apple's chief representative in Russia, met with Russian Communications Minister Nikolai Nikiforov.
Further fueling the "iPhone 6" rumor fire, images surfaced today on UkranianiPhone.com (via 9to5Mac) which allegedly show renders of Apple's next smartphone for the purpose of creating third-party accessories for the unit. While similar "leaks" have shown a phone with a similar size and look, the latest images are noteworthy because they give the device's specific measurements.
Now that iPad 2 supplies are finally easing up and the tablet is continuing its dominance around the world, the floodgates are finally set to open on Friday, May 27, with Apple’s slab of glass and silicon landing in a record number of new countries.