You can't get your hands on one until September 19th, but that hasn't stopped Apple fans from forming an orderly queue already.
With tent pitched the first eager enthusiast was Daniel Rodrigues, pictured above.
He has set up camp outside the famous Regent Street Apple Store in London. It's unclear whether he's an Apple fanatic or has been paid to stay in line, but what we do know is, he's got a very long wait ahead. The iPhone 6 was unveiled yesterday in Cupertino, California.
You can be forgiven if the FIDO Alliance is not on your radar screen. It was launched barely 18 months ago, to help solve the “password crisis” online; but it’s already proven to be one of most influential security bodies we’ve yet seen.
The typical Internet user has dozens of accounts and passwords. Not only are they a pain in the rear, poor passwords practices are increasingly implicated in fraud and terrible misadventures like the recent “iCloud Hack” which exposed celebrities’ personal details.
One of the smaller details Apple failed to mention during today’s keynote was its new watch’s tolerance of liquids. While the Apple Watch is designed to stay on your wrist all day, it’s not suited for all situations.
It turns out that the Apple Watch will be just fine with a little water, but don’t plan on wearing it while swimming.
At Microsoft's own request, a judge has held the software giant in contempt of court for failing to comply with an order to give US authorities access to customer emails housed in a data center in Dublin, Ireland.
Redmond's request was made jointly with government prosecutors, with the aim of expediting its appeal of the July 31 ruling that it must disclose its customer's data, Bloomberg reports.
As expected, Apple shelled out for the opportunity to give away a free copy of U2's Songs of Innocence to iTunes customers, a group that numbers nearly 500 million people, reports Time.
"We were paid," U2 frontman Bono said. "I don't believe in free music. Music is a sacrament." He also alluded to a broken music charting system and an industry that has tried, but failed, to keep pace in a digital age. Ironically, Apple's iTunes nearly single-handedly brought about the seismic changes to which Bono refers.