The Apple iPhone 6 is expected to come with NFC, this is a rumor we have heard in the past about previous versions of Apple’s iPhone, although according to various reports, the new iphone will finally get NFC.
NFC will apparently be a key technology for the new iPhone 6 and a new mobile payments system, and Apple has apparently signed a deal with NXP to supply the NFC chips for their next generation iPhone, the news comes from Morgan Stanley, and you can see a quote from them below.
We have heard various rumors about the new iPhone 6 which will come with a larger display, but until now there have not been many details about what resolution the iPhone 6 display would come with.
The iPhone 5S, which has a 4 inch display has a resolution of 1136 x 640 pixels, and now according to a recent report, the iPhone 6 display with have a resolution of 1704 x 960 pixels.
Facebook has released a new version of their mobile app for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, the latest version of the app is Facebook 10.0, and it comes with a range of new features.
One interesting new feature is the ability to create a post when you are not connected to the Internet, the post is then saved, and automatically posted to Facebook later on when you have an Internet connection.
Sennheiser has announced that they are working with Phonebloks on Google’s Project Ara, and it looks like we can expect to see sound modules from Sennheiser in future Project Ara devices.
Google are scheduled to launch Project Ara in January of next year, and we recently heard that conductive ink would be used for component printing.
Gamers looking forward to the launch of the new Assassin’s Creed Unity title might be interested to know that rumours are circulating this week that the game will include a four player narrative co-op mode.
The information regards the new Assassin’s Creed Unity feature has been leaked by a neoGAF user, and The Escapist websiteÂ say they have verified the information to originate from Ubisoft itself, adding weight to the leak.
We recently saw a photo of the new Amazon smartphone, and now it looks like we have some more information relating to the camera on the handset.
According to a recent report, the Amazon smartphone will use a CMOS image sensor from Pixart, the company produces image sensors for smartphones, and supplies manufacturers like Pantech.