Rumor Roundup: Unfulfilled Promises and Broken Resolutions

WWDC Update: No New iMacs Expected to Launch

Speculation about the next generation of Apple products is rampant, with several reports circulating about devices that may not even be in production. Among these, a claim from a South Korean outlet suggests the upcoming iPhone, dubbed the “iPhone Air,” could be as thin as 6 millimeters.

However, this information, sourced from Chinese media, remains unconfirmed and speculative, especially considering the product’s expected launch is still many months away.

WWDC Update: No New iMacs Expected to Launch

Amidst these rumors, New iPhone 6 details possibly revealed! (BGR) discusses the potential features of the iPhone Air.

Further complications are evident in Apple’s other ventures, particularly the iWatch. According to Apple hits snags in ‘iWatch’ production, loses director of iPod software to Nest (AppleInsider), the tech giant is facing significant hurdles in bringing this wearable tech to the market.

The details are scant as the original report by The Information is not publicly accessible, but it suggests a lack of credible information confirming the product’s existence.

Industry commentators like John Gruber of Daring Fireball and Jim Dalrymple of The Loop have expressed skepticism about these rumors. Gruber’s piece, From the Department of Not-News, and Dalrymple’s agreement in his own commentary, suggest that these rumors should be taken with a grain of salt.

Despite the dubious nature of these leaks, the rumor mill continues to churn.

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