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Apple Daily: New iPhone 6c Rumors; iPhone 6 Plus Camera Replacements; Samsung Schemes

If the iPhone 6c is real, it’ll reportedly be a much more attractive unit than its predecessor from 2013, at least according to new rumors. Elsewhere, Apple is offering free repairs for iPhone 6 Plus units with faulty cameras, and Samsung is trying to win over iPhone users with a pretty extreme deal.

‘iPhone 6c’ Said to Have A8 Processor, Apple Pay Support

More rumors concerning the “iPhone 6c” appeared today, and if true, they point to a device that’ll be for more attractive than the lower-priced, plastic 5c Apple released in 2013. According to the latest report from the Apple supply line (via PatentlyApple), the rumored 4-inch device will sport an A8 processor, Touch ID support, and Apple Pay, making it a far more agreeable purchase than what we saw two years ago.

Compare that to the iPhone 5c, which didn’t support biometric authentication (a new feature at the time), making it seem significantly inferior to the then-new iPhone 5s. Apple’s inclusion of the feature with the 6c makes considerable sense, seeing as how the device is said to be as aimed at “emerging markets” overseas as well as locals in the States seeking a less-expensive iPhone. As such, including Touch ID would go a long way toward helping Apple Pay achieve wider adoption rates worldwide.

Current rumors and data tend to agree that we won’t see the iPhone 6c at Apple’s expected reveal event on September 9; instead, we’ll likely see it a few months later, possibly even in early 2016.

 

Apple Offering Camera Replacement Program for Faulty iPhone 6 Plus Units

If you own an iPhone 6 Plus and you’ve noticed that the photos you take with the device’s rear-facing camera have a tendency to come out blurry, you’re not alone. It’s such a common problem, in fact, that Apple is now offering an iSight camera replacement program for affected devices.

A new support page from Apple claims that all of the affected devices were sold between September of 2014 and January of 2015, and if you have a phone with an eligible serial number that falls within that range, just visit an Apple retail store, an Authorized Service Provider, or Apple’s own online services and they’ll fix you right up.

While there’s no official confirmation regarding this from Apple, the problem seems to stem from issues with the Optical Image Stabilization feature needed for the large device; indeed, the smaller iPhone 6 has no need of Optical Image Stabilization and it’s notably free of similar problems.

There’s a catch, though — if your phone has a cracked screen or similar structural problems, you need to have that fixed as the Cupertino company claims it might impede the repair process.

 

Samsung Offering Free Trials of Samsung Phones to iPhone Owners

Samsung really wants to steal you away from the loving embrace of Apple in the wake of a global decline of its smartphone sales — so eagerly, in fact, that the Korean tech giant is now extending an “Ultimate Test Drive” to U.S. iPhone owners in which they can try out one of its smartphones for 30 days with no obligations. For the price of a mere dollar, “Your test drive kit will come with the phone of your choice, an activated sim card, and a step-by-step guide to help you start your test drive.”

And apparently it’s working. As Samsung stated in a statement to Engadget, the company has already run out of devices for the promotion and it is “now working quickly on how to make the Ultimate Test Drive available to even more people.” In an earlier statement to Engadget, Samsung claimed that the promotion is available through any U.S. carrier.

Just keep in mind that there might be some strings attached if you do, in fact, flirt with the Dark Side for a while. Details are sketchy about the payment involved, but MacRumors notes that T-Mobile’s similar promotion for the iPhone last year involved a 9.99 hold on the user’s credit card for a week, which would be charged if the device wasn’t returned on the required date.

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

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Apple Daily: New iPhone 6c Rumors; iPhone 6 Plus Camera Replacements; Samsung Schemes

If the iPhone 6c is real, it’ll reportedly be a much more attractive unit than its predecessor from 2013, at least according to new rumors. Elsewhere, Apple is offering free repairs for iPhone 6 Plus units with faulty cameras, and Samsung is trying to win over iPhone users with a pretty extreme deal.

‘iPhone 6c’ Said to Have A8 Processor, Apple Pay Support

More rumors concerning the “iPhone 6c” appeared today, and if true, they point to a device that’ll be for more attractive than the lower-priced, plastic 5c Apple released in 2013. According to the latest report from the Apple supply line (via PatentlyApple), the rumored 4-inch device will sport an A8 processor, Touch ID support, and Apple Pay, making it a far more agreeable purchase than what we saw two years ago.

Compare that to the iPhone 5c, which didn’t support biometric authentication (a new feature at the time), making it seem significantly inferior to the then-new iPhone 5s. Apple’s inclusion of the feature with the 6c makes considerable sense, seeing as how the device is said to be as aimed at “emerging markets” overseas as well as locals in the States seeking a less-expensive iPhone. As such, including Touch ID would go a long way toward helping Apple Pay achieve wider adoption rates worldwide.

Current rumors and data tend to agree that we won’t see the iPhone 6c at Apple’s expected reveal event on September 9; instead, we’ll likely see it a few months later, possibly even in early 2016.

 

Apple Offering Camera Replacement Program for Faulty iPhone 6 Plus Units

If you own an iPhone 6 Plus and you’ve noticed that the photos you take with the device’s rear-facing camera have a tendency to come out blurry, you’re not alone. It’s such a common problem, in fact, that Apple is now offering an iSight camera replacement program for affected devices.

A new support page from Apple claims that all of the affected devices were sold between September of 2014 and January of 2015, and if you have a phone with an eligible serial number that falls within that range, just visit an Apple retail store, an Authorized Service Provider, or Apple’s own online services and they’ll fix you right up.

While there’s no official confirmation regarding this from Apple, the problem seems to stem from issues with the Optical Image Stabilization feature needed for the large device; indeed, the smaller iPhone 6 has no need of Optical Image Stabilization and it’s notably free of similar problems.

There’s a catch, though — if your phone has a cracked screen or similar structural problems, you need to have that fixed as the Cupertino company claims it might impede the repair process.

 

Samsung Offering Free Trials of Samsung Phones to iPhone Owners

Samsung really wants to steal you away from the loving embrace of Apple in the wake of a global decline of its smartphone sales — so eagerly, in fact, that the Korean tech giant is now extending an “Ultimate Test Drive” to U.S. iPhone owners in which they can try out one of its smartphones for 30 days with no obligations. For the price of a mere dollar, “Your test drive kit will come with the phone of your choice, an activated sim card, and a step-by-step guide to help you start your test drive.”

And apparently it’s working. As Samsung stated in a statement to Engadget, the company has already run out of devices for the promotion and it is “now working quickly on how to make the Ultimate Test Drive available to even more people.” In an earlier statement to Engadget, Samsung claimed that the promotion is available through any U.S. carrier.

Just keep in mind that there might be some strings attached if you do, in fact, flirt with the Dark Side for a while. Details are sketchy about the payment involved, but MacRumors notes that T-Mobile’s similar promotion for the iPhone last year involved a 9.99 hold on the user’s credit card for a week, which would be charged if the device wasn’t returned on the required date.

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

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Apple Daily: New iPhone 6c Rumors; iPhone 6 Plus Camera Replacements; Samsung Schemes

If the iPhone 6c is real, it’ll reportedly be a much more attractive unit than its predecessor from 2013, at least according to new rumors. Elsewhere, Apple is offering free repairs for iPhone 6 Plus units with faulty cameras, and Samsung is trying to win over iPhone users with a pretty extreme deal.

‘iPhone 6c’ Said to Have A8 Processor, Apple Pay Support

More rumors concerning the “iPhone 6c” appeared today, and if true, they point to a device that’ll be for more attractive than the lower-priced, plastic 5c Apple released in 2013. According to the latest report from the Apple supply line (via PatentlyApple), the rumored 4-inch device will sport an A8 processor, Touch ID support, and Apple Pay, making it a far more agreeable purchase than what we saw two years ago.

Compare that to the iPhone 5c, which didn’t support biometric authentication (a new feature at the time), making it seem significantly inferior to the then-new iPhone 5s. Apple’s inclusion of the feature with the 6c makes considerable sense, seeing as how the device is said to be as aimed at “emerging markets” overseas as well as locals in the States seeking a less-expensive iPhone. As such, including Touch ID would go a long way toward helping Apple Pay achieve wider adoption rates worldwide.

Current rumors and data tend to agree that we won’t see the iPhone 6c at Apple’s expected reveal event on September 9; instead, we’ll likely see it a few months later, possibly even in early 2016.

 

Apple Offering Camera Replacement Program for Faulty iPhone 6 Plus Units

If you own an iPhone 6 Plus and you’ve noticed that the photos you take with the device’s rear-facing camera have a tendency to come out blurry, you’re not alone. It’s such a common problem, in fact, that Apple is now offering an iSight camera replacement program for affected devices.

A new support page from Apple claims that all of the affected devices were sold between September of 2014 and January of 2015, and if you have a phone with an eligible serial number that falls within that range, just visit an Apple retail store, an Authorized Service Provider, or Apple’s own online services and they’ll fix you right up.

While there’s no official confirmation regarding this from Apple, the problem seems to stem from issues with the Optical Image Stabilization feature needed for the large device; indeed, the smaller iPhone 6 has no need of Optical Image Stabilization and it’s notably free of similar problems.

There’s a catch, though — if your phone has a cracked screen or similar structural problems, you need to have that fixed as the Cupertino company claims it might impede the repair process.

 

Samsung Offering Free Trials of Samsung Phones to iPhone Owners

Samsung really wants to steal you away from the loving embrace of Apple in the wake of a global decline of its smartphone sales — so eagerly, in fact, that the Korean tech giant is now extending an “Ultimate Test Drive” to U.S. iPhone owners in which they can try out one of its smartphones for 30 days with no obligations. For the price of a mere dollar, “Your test drive kit will come with the phone of your choice, an activated sim card, and a step-by-step guide to help you start your test drive.”

And apparently it’s working. As Samsung stated in a statement to Engadget, the company has already run out of devices for the promotion and it is “now working quickly on how to make the Ultimate Test Drive available to even more people.” In an earlier statement to Engadget, Samsung claimed that the promotion is available through any U.S. carrier.

Just keep in mind that there might be some strings attached if you do, in fact, flirt with the Dark Side for a while. Details are sketchy about the payment involved, but MacRumors notes that T-Mobile’s similar promotion for the iPhone last year involved a 9.99 hold on the user’s credit card for a week, which would be charged if the device wasn’t returned on the required date.

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

News

Apple Daily: New iPhone 6c Rumors; iPhone 6 Plus Camera Replacements; Samsung Schemes

If the iPhone 6c is real, it’ll reportedly be a much more attractive unit than its predecessor from 2013, at least according to new rumors. Elsewhere, Apple is offering free repairs for iPhone 6 Plus units with faulty cameras, and Samsung is trying to win over iPhone users with a pretty extreme deal.

‘iPhone 6c’ Said to Have A8 Processor, Apple Pay Support

More rumors concerning the “iPhone 6c” appeared today, and if true, they point to a device that’ll be for more attractive than the lower-priced, plastic 5c Apple released in 2013. According to the latest report from the Apple supply line (via PatentlyApple), the rumored 4-inch device will sport an A8 processor, Touch ID support, and Apple Pay, making it a far more agreeable purchase than what we saw two years ago.

Compare that to the iPhone 5c, which didn’t support biometric authentication (a new feature at the time), making it seem significantly inferior to the then-new iPhone 5s. Apple’s inclusion of the feature with the 6c makes considerable sense, seeing as how the device is said to be as aimed at “emerging markets” overseas as well as locals in the States seeking a less-expensive iPhone. As such, including Touch ID would go a long way toward helping Apple Pay achieve wider adoption rates worldwide.

Current rumors and data tend to agree that we won’t see the iPhone 6c at Apple’s expected reveal event on September 9; instead, we’ll likely see it a few months later, possibly even in early 2016.

 

Apple Offering Camera Replacement Program for Faulty iPhone 6 Plus Units

If you own an iPhone 6 Plus and you’ve noticed that the photos you take with the device’s rear-facing camera have a tendency to come out blurry, you’re not alone. It’s such a common problem, in fact, that Apple is now offering an iSight camera replacement program for affected devices.

A new support page from Apple claims that all of the affected devices were sold between September of 2014 and January of 2015, and if you have a phone with an eligible serial number that falls within that range, just visit an Apple retail store, an Authorized Service Provider, or Apple’s own online services and they’ll fix you right up.

While there’s no official confirmation regarding this from Apple, the problem seems to stem from issues with the Optical Image Stabilization feature needed for the large device; indeed, the smaller iPhone 6 has no need of Optical Image Stabilization and it’s notably free of similar problems.

There’s a catch, though — if your phone has a cracked screen or similar structural problems, you need to have that fixed as the Cupertino company claims it might impede the repair process.

 

Samsung Offering Free Trials of Samsung Phones to iPhone Owners

Samsung really wants to steal you away from the loving embrace of Apple in the wake of a global decline of its smartphone sales — so eagerly, in fact, that the Korean tech giant is now extending an “Ultimate Test Drive” to U.S. iPhone owners in which they can try out one of its smartphones for 30 days with no obligations. For the price of a mere dollar, “Your test drive kit will come with the phone of your choice, an activated sim card, and a step-by-step guide to help you start your test drive.”

And apparently it’s working. As Samsung stated in a statement to Engadget, the company has already run out of devices for the promotion and it is “now working quickly on how to make the Ultimate Test Drive available to even more people.” In an earlier statement to Engadget, Samsung claimed that the promotion is available through any U.S. carrier.

Just keep in mind that there might be some strings attached if you do, in fact, flirt with the Dark Side for a while. Details are sketchy about the payment involved, but MacRumors notes that T-Mobile’s similar promotion for the iPhone last year involved a 9.99 hold on the user’s credit card for a week, which would be charged if the device wasn’t returned on the required date.

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

News

Apple Daily: New iPhone 6c Rumors; iPhone 6 Plus Camera Replacements; Samsung Schemes

If the iPhone 6c is real, it’ll reportedly be a much more attractive unit than its predecessor from 2013, at least according to new rumors. Elsewhere, Apple is offering free repairs for iPhone 6 Plus units with faulty cameras, and Samsung is trying to win over iPhone users with a pretty extreme deal.

‘iPhone 6c’ Said to Have A8 Processor, Apple Pay Support

More rumors concerning the “iPhone 6c” appeared today, and if true, they point to a device that’ll be for more attractive than the lower-priced, plastic 5c Apple released in 2013. According to the latest report from the Apple supply line (via PatentlyApple), the rumored 4-inch device will sport an A8 processor, Touch ID support, and Apple Pay, making it a far more agreeable purchase than what we saw two years ago.

Compare that to the iPhone 5c, which didn’t support biometric authentication (a new feature at the time), making it seem significantly inferior to the then-new iPhone 5s. Apple’s inclusion of the feature with the 6c makes considerable sense, seeing as how the device is said to be as aimed at “emerging markets” overseas as well as locals in the States seeking a less-expensive iPhone. As such, including Touch ID would go a long way toward helping Apple Pay achieve wider adoption rates worldwide.

Current rumors and data tend to agree that we won’t see the iPhone 6c at Apple’s expected reveal event on September 9; instead, we’ll likely see it a few months later, possibly even in early 2016.

 

Apple Offering Camera Replacement Program for Faulty iPhone 6 Plus Units

If you own an iPhone 6 Plus and you’ve noticed that the photos you take with the device’s rear-facing camera have a tendency to come out blurry, you’re not alone. It’s such a common problem, in fact, that Apple is now offering an iSight camera replacement program for affected devices.

A new support page from Apple claims that all of the affected devices were sold between September of 2014 and January of 2015, and if you have a phone with an eligible serial number that falls within that range, just visit an Apple retail store, an Authorized Service Provider, or Apple’s own online services and they’ll fix you right up.

While there’s no official confirmation regarding this from Apple, the problem seems to stem from issues with the Optical Image Stabilization feature needed for the large device; indeed, the smaller iPhone 6 has no need of Optical Image Stabilization and it’s notably free of similar problems.

There’s a catch, though — if your phone has a cracked screen or similar structural problems, you need to have that fixed as the Cupertino company claims it might impede the repair process.

 

Samsung Offering Free Trials of Samsung Phones to iPhone Owners

Samsung really wants to steal you away from the loving embrace of Apple in the wake of a global decline of its smartphone sales — so eagerly, in fact, that the Korean tech giant is now extending an “Ultimate Test Drive” to U.S. iPhone owners in which they can try out one of its smartphones for 30 days with no obligations. For the price of a mere dollar, “Your test drive kit will come with the phone of your choice, an activated sim card, and a step-by-step guide to help you start your test drive.”

And apparently it’s working. As Samsung stated in a statement to Engadget, the company has already run out of devices for the promotion and it is “now working quickly on how to make the Ultimate Test Drive available to even more people.” In an earlier statement to Engadget, Samsung claimed that the promotion is available through any U.S. carrier.

Just keep in mind that there might be some strings attached if you do, in fact, flirt with the Dark Side for a while. Details are sketchy about the payment involved, but MacRumors notes that T-Mobile’s similar promotion for the iPhone last year involved a 9.99 hold on the user’s credit card for a week, which would be charged if the device wasn’t returned on the required date.

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

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