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Tim Cook talks iPhone 6 and changing Apple’s focus

Tim Cook AppleTim Cook took part in an interesting interview with Bloomberg Business, where he talks about the latest iPhone 6 and 6 Plus release, the way they have changed Apple since the death of his predecessor, and more.

When Steve Jobs passed, everyone knew that Cook would take the reigns. But there was a lot of speculation about how that would change the company, and what aspects of the brand image might shift under the influence of a new mind.

The truth is, Jobs was sick for awhile before he passed. So Cook was already well involved in running things, and the collaborative nature of the company encouraged more than the vision of a single man.

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Apple introduces much anticipated iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus SmartPhones

Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 PlusToday, Apple has officially entered into a new stage as they announced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, two new Smartphones that will feature a 4.7-inch and a 5.5-inch display.

The iPhone was what many people were expecting: a larger display, yet thinner and lighter body, and keep their amazing Retina HD screen technology. It also had a higher resolution, likely in response to Samsung’s insane res boosting with every new device.

But the iPhone 6 Plus was a bit of a surprise. It isn’t a shock that Apple decided to go into the phablet market, just that it seemed like it would have been with the iPhone 6. While the primary flagship device does come with a larger screen at 4.7″, the Plus boasts a full 5.5″. That is quite a jump.

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Apple will release at least one larger iPhone this fall

Apple EmployeesAccording to the WSJ, Apple will release at least one larger iPhone in 2014, though this might not be curved as some analysts speculated months ago.

Reading WSJ report, this fall Apple should announce the iPhone 6(or whatever the name will be) which will be top of the line and that should have a display around 5-inches and an iPhone 5c that would have a display between 4 and 5 inches and would feature the same specs iPhone 5s has.

The name is also something that will most likely change and this is not from the WSJ. Apple has Macbook Air and iPad Air, so I think iPhone Air should be the next step towards unifying these products.

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