Reliability Surpasses Most Chinese Websites: Latest Rumors

WWDC Speculation: Anticipating Apple's Big Event

According to a recent report by BGR, a new device mimicking the iPhone 6 has surfaced, though it’s clear from the images that it’s not an authentic Apple product. The question arises: why should this clone matter to us? This is the first functional iPhone 6 clone (BGR)

Amidst rumors, AppleInsider suggests that Jay Carney, former White House Press Secretary, might be considered for Apple’s PR chief. However, this speculation has been debunked by well-informed sources stating that Tim Cook has never even met Jay Carney.

WWDC Speculation: Anticipating Apple's Big Event

Apple’s new PR chief may be former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, report says (AppleInsider)

There’s a buzz about the iWatch being released in three different models, including versions with and without sapphire glass. This information, reported by 9to5 Mac, originates from Economic Daily, a source with questionable reliability. Chinese report claims iWatch to come in three models, sapphire and non-sapphire varieties (9to5 Mac)

AppleInsider reports another rumor that Apple has resolved the iPhone 6 battery issues by switching to a new supplier.

This narrative seems to be a recurring theme with new iPhone releases, often cited by less credible sources. Rumor: Apple solves alleged ‘iPhone 6’ battery issues with new supplier (AppleInsider)

Despite ongoing speculation, BGR reports that the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is still expected to launch later this year. This information, however, remains unconfirmed and should be taken with caution.

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