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Apple Daily: Leaked Parts Allegedly Boot Up iPhone 6s; Steve Jobs Film Rehearsal Process

In yet more proof that Apple probably needs to work a little harder on that whole “doubling down on secrecy” thing, someone has allegedly put together a more-or-less working iPhone 6s using the many parts that have supposedly leaked over the last few months. In other news, one of the actors from the upcoming Steve Jobs movie reveals details about the film’s unique rehearsal process.

Video Allegedly Shows ‘iPhone 6s’ Powered On with Help of Leaked Parts

Leaked iPhone 6s parts are apparently numerous enough that it’s now possible to build working models out of them, and someone has apparently done just that with the help of a couple of iPhone 6 parts. The unidentified source then sent photos and a video of the device to MacRumors. The authenticity of all this isn’t confirmed, but the components match what we’d expect to see from an iPhone “s” release, such as minimal changes to the device’s exterior and multiple tweaks to the interior.

There are enough components on hand to power up the device, as seen in the video. Unfortunately, it only goes to a blank screen with a gear icon, which doesn’t do much to confirm the rumors of Force Touch coming to the device. The same could also be said of the photos showing the inside of the device’s display, which sports the same mysterious rectangular hole that was spotted in other alleged component leaks from a couple of weeks ago. Then as now, it’s not clear what function the hole serves, but Force Touch at least seems like a possibility.

Source: MacRumors

Other photos purport to show the logic board for the iPhone 6s, which shows the already “leaked” Qualcomm MDM9635M LTE modem for better data speeds and a heretofore unknown Qualcomm WTR3925 radio frequency chip designed to boost cellular connections. On display, too, is what seems to be the Samsung-made A9 chip for the next iPhone. The chip is thought to deliver 2GB of RAM, although nothing about the photos confirms that.

Apple is expected to reveal both the so-called iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at a media event next month, likely on September 9.

 

Steve Jobs Biopic Actor Relates Details About Unique Rehearsal Process

It’s long been known that Aaron Sorkin’s script for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic starring Michael Fassbender is split into three acts, but a new Collider interview with actor Michael Stuhlbarg demonstrates that the structure uniquely affected rehearsals for the film too. Stuhlbarg plays Andy Hertzfeld, one of the Macintosh’s original engineers, and he claims the rehearsal process was “unlike anything I’ve ever done to this point and probably unlike anything I’ll ever do again.”

In contrast to many movies, which are apparently rehearsed on a scene-by-scene basis, the rehearsals for the Steve Jobs film focused on each act individually — as Stuhlbarg says, more “like a three-act play.” Two weeks were devoted to the rehearsal of one act, and an additional two weeks were spent filming at the original location used for a famed Apple product unveiling. The three product unveilings depicted in the film are the original Macintosh, the NeXT Computer, and the iMac.

The unique filming process allowed the actors to bond “in an extraordinary way,” Stuhlbarg says, and “it kind of gave us something in the telling of the story that you don’t often get, which is a sense of momentum of what a story is telling you.”

The film will hit most theaters on October 9, although you can see it at the New York Film Festival a few days ahead of time on October 3.

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Apple Daily: Leaked Parts Allegedly Boot Up iPhone 6s; Steve Jobs Film Rehearsal Process

In yet more proof that Apple probably needs to work a little harder on that whole “doubling down on secrecy” thing, someone has allegedly put together a more-or-less working iPhone 6s using the many parts that have supposedly leaked over the last few months. In other news, one of the actors from the upcoming Steve Jobs movie reveals details about the film’s unique rehearsal process.

Video Allegedly Shows ‘iPhone 6s’ Powered On with Help of Leaked Parts

Leaked iPhone 6s parts are apparently numerous enough that it’s now possible to build working models out of them, and someone has apparently done just that with the help of a couple of iPhone 6 parts. The unidentified source then sent photos and a video of the device to MacRumors. The authenticity of all this isn’t confirmed, but the components match what we’d expect to see from an iPhone “s” release, such as minimal changes to the device’s exterior and multiple tweaks to the interior.

There are enough components on hand to power up the device, as seen in the video. Unfortunately, it only goes to a blank screen with a gear icon, which doesn’t do much to confirm the rumors of Force Touch coming to the device. The same could also be said of the photos showing the inside of the device’s display, which sports the same mysterious rectangular hole that was spotted in other alleged component leaks from a couple of weeks ago. Then as now, it’s not clear what function the hole serves, but Force Touch at least seems like a possibility.

Source: MacRumors

Other photos purport to show the logic board for the iPhone 6s, which shows the already “leaked” Qualcomm MDM9635M LTE modem for better data speeds and a heretofore unknown Qualcomm WTR3925 radio frequency chip designed to boost cellular connections. On display, too, is what seems to be the Samsung-made A9 chip for the next iPhone. The chip is thought to deliver 2GB of RAM, although nothing about the photos confirms that.

Apple is expected to reveal both the so-called iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at a media event next month, likely on September 9.

 

Steve Jobs Biopic Actor Relates Details About Unique Rehearsal Process

It’s long been known that Aaron Sorkin’s script for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic starring Michael Fassbender is split into three acts, but a new Collider interview with actor Michael Stuhlbarg demonstrates that the structure uniquely affected rehearsals for the film too. Stuhlbarg plays Andy Hertzfeld, one of the Macintosh’s original engineers, and he claims the rehearsal process was “unlike anything I’ve ever done to this point and probably unlike anything I’ll ever do again.”

In contrast to many movies, which are apparently rehearsed on a scene-by-scene basis, the rehearsals for the Steve Jobs film focused on each act individually — as Stuhlbarg says, more “like a three-act play.” Two weeks were devoted to the rehearsal of one act, and an additional two weeks were spent filming at the original location used for a famed Apple product unveiling. The three product unveilings depicted in the film are the original Macintosh, the NeXT Computer, and the iMac.

The unique filming process allowed the actors to bond “in an extraordinary way,” Stuhlbarg says, and “it kind of gave us something in the telling of the story that you don’t often get, which is a sense of momentum of what a story is telling you.”

The film will hit most theaters on October 9, although you can see it at the New York Film Festival a few days ahead of time on October 3.

Follow this article’s writer, Leif Johnson, on Twitter.

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Apple Daily: Leaked Parts Allegedly Boot Up iPhone 6s; Steve Jobs Film Rehearsal Process

In yet more proof that Apple probably needs to work a little harder on that whole “doubling down on secrecy” thing, someone has allegedly put together a more-or-less working iPhone 6s using the many parts that have supposedly leaked over the last few months. In other news, one of the actors from the upcoming Steve Jobs movie reveals details about the film’s unique rehearsal process.

Video Allegedly Shows ‘iPhone 6s’ Powered On with Help of Leaked Parts

Leaked iPhone 6s parts are apparently numerous enough that it’s now possible to build working models out of them, and someone has apparently done just that with the help of a couple of iPhone 6 parts. The unidentified source then sent photos and a video of the device to MacRumors. The authenticity of all this isn’t confirmed, but the components match what we’d expect to see from an iPhone “s” release, such as minimal changes to the device’s exterior and multiple tweaks to the interior.

There are enough components on hand to power up the device, as seen in the video. Unfortunately, it only goes to a blank screen with a gear icon, which doesn’t do much to confirm the rumors of Force Touch coming to the device. The same could also be said of the photos showing the inside of the device’s display, which sports the same mysterious rectangular hole that was spotted in other alleged component leaks from a couple of weeks ago. Then as now, it’s not clear what function the hole serves, but Force Touch at least seems like a possibility.

Source: MacRumors

Other photos purport to show the logic board for the iPhone 6s, which shows the already “leaked” Qualcomm MDM9635M LTE modem for better data speeds and a heretofore unknown Qualcomm WTR3925 radio frequency chip designed to boost cellular connections. On display, too, is what seems to be the Samsung-made A9 chip for the next iPhone. The chip is thought to deliver 2GB of RAM, although nothing about the photos confirms that.

Apple is expected to reveal both the so-called iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at a media event next month, likely on September 9.

 

Steve Jobs Biopic Actor Relates Details About Unique Rehearsal Process

It’s long been known that Aaron Sorkin’s script for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic starring Michael Fassbender is split into three acts, but a new Collider interview with actor Michael Stuhlbarg demonstrates that the structure uniquely affected rehearsals for the film too. Stuhlbarg plays Andy Hertzfeld, one of the Macintosh’s original engineers, and he claims the rehearsal process was “unlike anything I’ve ever done to this point and probably unlike anything I’ll ever do again.”

In contrast to many movies, which are apparently rehearsed on a scene-by-scene basis, the rehearsals for the Steve Jobs film focused on each act individually — as Stuhlbarg says, more “like a three-act play.” Two weeks were devoted to the rehearsal of one act, and an additional two weeks were spent filming at the original location used for a famed Apple product unveiling. The three product unveilings depicted in the film are the original Macintosh, the NeXT Computer, and the iMac.

The unique filming process allowed the actors to bond “in an extraordinary way,” Stuhlbarg says, and “it kind of gave us something in the telling of the story that you don’t often get, which is a sense of momentum of what a story is telling you.”

The film will hit most theaters on October 9, although you can see it at the New York Film Festival a few days ahead of time on October 3.

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Apple Daily: Leaked Parts Allegedly Boot Up iPhone 6s; Steve Jobs Film Rehearsal Process

In yet more proof that Apple probably needs to work a little harder on that whole “doubling down on secrecy” thing, someone has allegedly put together a more-or-less working iPhone 6s using the many parts that have supposedly leaked over the last few months. In other news, one of the actors from the upcoming Steve Jobs movie reveals details about the film’s unique rehearsal process.

Video Allegedly Shows ‘iPhone 6s’ Powered On with Help of Leaked Parts

Leaked iPhone 6s parts are apparently numerous enough that it’s now possible to build working models out of them, and someone has apparently done just that with the help of a couple of iPhone 6 parts. The unidentified source then sent photos and a video of the device to MacRumors. The authenticity of all this isn’t confirmed, but the components match what we’d expect to see from an iPhone “s” release, such as minimal changes to the device’s exterior and multiple tweaks to the interior.

There are enough components on hand to power up the device, as seen in the video. Unfortunately, it only goes to a blank screen with a gear icon, which doesn’t do much to confirm the rumors of Force Touch coming to the device. The same could also be said of the photos showing the inside of the device’s display, which sports the same mysterious rectangular hole that was spotted in other alleged component leaks from a couple of weeks ago. Then as now, it’s not clear what function the hole serves, but Force Touch at least seems like a possibility.

Source: MacRumors

Other photos purport to show the logic board for the iPhone 6s, which shows the already “leaked” Qualcomm MDM9635M LTE modem for better data speeds and a heretofore unknown Qualcomm WTR3925 radio frequency chip designed to boost cellular connections. On display, too, is what seems to be the Samsung-made A9 chip for the next iPhone. The chip is thought to deliver 2GB of RAM, although nothing about the photos confirms that.

Apple is expected to reveal both the so-called iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at a media event next month, likely on September 9.

 

Steve Jobs Biopic Actor Relates Details About Unique Rehearsal Process

It’s long been known that Aaron Sorkin’s script for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic starring Michael Fassbender is split into three acts, but a new Collider interview with actor Michael Stuhlbarg demonstrates that the structure uniquely affected rehearsals for the film too. Stuhlbarg plays Andy Hertzfeld, one of the Macintosh’s original engineers, and he claims the rehearsal process was “unlike anything I’ve ever done to this point and probably unlike anything I’ll ever do again.”

In contrast to many movies, which are apparently rehearsed on a scene-by-scene basis, the rehearsals for the Steve Jobs film focused on each act individually — as Stuhlbarg says, more “like a three-act play.” Two weeks were devoted to the rehearsal of one act, and an additional two weeks were spent filming at the original location used for a famed Apple product unveiling. The three product unveilings depicted in the film are the original Macintosh, the NeXT Computer, and the iMac.

The unique filming process allowed the actors to bond “in an extraordinary way,” Stuhlbarg says, and “it kind of gave us something in the telling of the story that you don’t often get, which is a sense of momentum of what a story is telling you.”

The film will hit most theaters on October 9, although you can see it at the New York Film Festival a few days ahead of time on October 3.

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Apple Daily: Leaked Parts Allegedly Boot Up iPhone 6s; Steve Jobs Film Rehearsal Process

In yet more proof that Apple probably needs to work a little harder on that whole “doubling down on secrecy” thing, someone has allegedly put together a more-or-less working iPhone 6s using the many parts that have supposedly leaked over the last few months. In other news, one of the actors from the upcoming Steve Jobs movie reveals details about the film’s unique rehearsal process.

Video Allegedly Shows ‘iPhone 6s’ Powered On with Help of Leaked Parts

Leaked iPhone 6s parts are apparently numerous enough that it’s now possible to build working models out of them, and someone has apparently done just that with the help of a couple of iPhone 6 parts. The unidentified source then sent photos and a video of the device to MacRumors. The authenticity of all this isn’t confirmed, but the components match what we’d expect to see from an iPhone “s” release, such as minimal changes to the device’s exterior and multiple tweaks to the interior.

There are enough components on hand to power up the device, as seen in the video. Unfortunately, it only goes to a blank screen with a gear icon, which doesn’t do much to confirm the rumors of Force Touch coming to the device. The same could also be said of the photos showing the inside of the device’s display, which sports the same mysterious rectangular hole that was spotted in other alleged component leaks from a couple of weeks ago. Then as now, it’s not clear what function the hole serves, but Force Touch at least seems like a possibility.

Source: MacRumors

Other photos purport to show the logic board for the iPhone 6s, which shows the already “leaked” Qualcomm MDM9635M LTE modem for better data speeds and a heretofore unknown Qualcomm WTR3925 radio frequency chip designed to boost cellular connections. On display, too, is what seems to be the Samsung-made A9 chip for the next iPhone. The chip is thought to deliver 2GB of RAM, although nothing about the photos confirms that.

Apple is expected to reveal both the so-called iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at a media event next month, likely on September 9.

 

Steve Jobs Biopic Actor Relates Details About Unique Rehearsal Process

It’s long been known that Aaron Sorkin’s script for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic starring Michael Fassbender is split into three acts, but a new Collider interview with actor Michael Stuhlbarg demonstrates that the structure uniquely affected rehearsals for the film too. Stuhlbarg plays Andy Hertzfeld, one of the Macintosh’s original engineers, and he claims the rehearsal process was “unlike anything I’ve ever done to this point and probably unlike anything I’ll ever do again.”

In contrast to many movies, which are apparently rehearsed on a scene-by-scene basis, the rehearsals for the Steve Jobs film focused on each act individually — as Stuhlbarg says, more “like a three-act play.” Two weeks were devoted to the rehearsal of one act, and an additional two weeks were spent filming at the original location used for a famed Apple product unveiling. The three product unveilings depicted in the film are the original Macintosh, the NeXT Computer, and the iMac.

The unique filming process allowed the actors to bond “in an extraordinary way,” Stuhlbarg says, and “it kind of gave us something in the telling of the story that you don’t often get, which is a sense of momentum of what a story is telling you.”

The film will hit most theaters on October 9, although you can see it at the New York Film Festival a few days ahead of time on October 3.

Follow this article’s writer, Leif Johnson, on Twitter.

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