For a while now, Apple's upcoming iPhone 6 have leaked physical mockups, display components, front covers, and schematics all over the web. However, the physical reconstructions and diagrams simply do not do the potential design of the redesigned smartphone justice.
At this point to presume that the countless next-generation iPhone mockups we've seen in photos and on video are a close likeness to the actual 4.7-inch iPhone 6 and 5.5-inch "iPhone Air" Apple plans to debut later this year.
These models are said to be made using actual schematics that were leaked from Foxconn several months ago, so they may be accurate down to the millimeter - though one recent report claims that there is a huge flaw in the designs that comes as the result of a misunderstanding of the schematics.
Based on recent reports and earlier part leaks, designer Mark Pelin has created a set of iPhone 6 design renders that might just be the clearest and nicest looking view of the potential phone. You can see thesome of the images below
HTC President Mike Woodward was interviewed by the Business Insider and unabashedly mentioned that HTC was quite pleased that the Samsung Galaxy S 4 offered a rather boring design and without much any innovation. Although he also acknowledged the Galaxy S 4's numerous software add-ons, but then cited after that these are more gimmicky than they are groundbreaking.
Furthermore, he mentioned that the Korean company is spending too much on creating hype and admittedly said that HTC is no match for Samsung when it comes to ad and marketing campaigns. However, he thinks that their flagship phone the HTC One will stand a chance against the S 4, specs-wise. Well, we can't wait until the device is shipped to see what's in store for HTC fans who would love a good come-back story for the company.
The only problem with any device that comes out after the HTC One is that they really need to look as good as or possibly even better than the HTC flagship smartphone. Rumor has it that the Galaxy Note 3's build quality is being improved after HTC One "rocked" Samsung's core and made them realized that they're using plastic their device needs a better build quality to top HTC One sales. Not that they can be compared, since these are two very different devices.
Case in point, HTC One's design is really fabulous. However, to each his own as some people may like plastic, while some will prefer anodized aluminum material but it cannot be denied that many are complaining about Samsung's polycarbonate plastic design and the company just might be contemplating about resolving this on their next device's release, for once.
Furthermore, the reason why Samsung uses plastic is because it is cheaper and quicker to mass produce, as opposed to metal units. It will be interesting to see if Samsung will actually shift to producing metal phones and tablets and how it will affect their pricing. As of now, the company enjoys pricing their products as expensively as devices that are considered to have better build quality.
SugarSync, a leader in sync, online backup, and file and folder sharing, has updated their app in the Google Play (See Change Log below)
If you have no idea what Sugarsync does, SugarSync is the easiest and most advanced way to sync, share, search and access all of your files - documents, photos, videos and music. SugarSync for Android puts all of your files from across all of your computers right at your fingertips, making you more productive when you're on the go. Check them out.
The latest version features a major re-design and comes with powerful new features.
• Matches the simple design of the SugarSync 2.0 desktop and web apps.
• Cloud search enables you to search for files across all your computer
• Sync folders from the SD card to SugarSync
• Beautiful photo gallery with larger thumbnails
• Thumbnail images for popular video file format
• Improved performance and battery life optimization