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It could be one of the biggest Apple events ever. On Wednesday at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco Apple CEO Tim Cook may introduce as many as three new phones, a redesigned Apple TV set-top box and a really big tablet and he’ll do it all from an unfamiliar stage. It could be a day for firsts.

Of course, all we know at the moment is based on a lot of well-founded rumors. The only thing that’s pretty much a certainty is the iPhone 6S: A faster iPhone 6 with a better camera, a tougher zinc-reinforced case and, perhaps, a Force Touch screen. It’s unlikely Apple would update one iPhone 6 without adjusting the other, so we have to assume the bigger iPhone 6 Plus is getting an upgrade, tooDo not expect a radical redesign of the iPhone — that’s simply not in the cards. Read more…

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When Apple’s new set top box launches, it’s going to feel a lot more like using your iPhone.

That’s because this model will be the first Apple TV to run software that’s mostly powered by iOS — the operating system on iPhones and iPads — rather than Apple’s custom TV interface, according to 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman.

The report says that the new Apple TV will run on a version of iOS 9 that’s optimized for TV.

This is why Apple didn’t release its new streaming console in June like many had expected — it was worried about… Continue reading

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I’m watching Google I/O and some interesting developments. Watching on Apple TV and nothing blew up so far. Biggest item of note.  Mobile is not a section of the conference.  Mobile is the conference with Android front and centre.  There is much voicing between comparisons on iOS and Android and I’ll avoid that  here are […]

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