IPHONE 6: THE BUZZ BEGINS
It's early still in 2014 and the first murmurs of Apple's new flagship phone are starting to trickle in.
Though Apple remains charateristically silent about the new phone, Reuters has translated a Commercial Times report saying that one of the company's manufacturing partners in China, Pegatron, is opening up new factory space and recruiting workers to start on the new phone, meaning the production could potentially begin in the next few weeks. No sources have been named and Apple has refused to comment on this; so rumours are flying thick and fast, which is exactly the way Apple likes it. There is speculation that the device, expected to be head and shoulders above the iPhone 5S, might go into production in the second quarter of the year and be launched in September 2014. Appleinsider also recently reported that Apple has been granted a patent for a wireless iPhone camera remote control, which has a built-in display. With this device you can preview and review photos, click pictures, record videos, play back and switch camera modes, through a Bluetooth or Wi-fi connection. Gadget gurus are still debating on when (if at all) we will see this new feature.