Although under development currently, one can already see traces of iPhone 6
and its iOS software appearing in usage logs. Powered by a device running iOS
7, Apple’s app team and software engineers has been examining hardware for
iPhone6and its compatibility with the upcoming iOS 7 software package.
The new Apple hardware is being tested with their apps , as the logs show.
However, it is still unclear as to what the new iPhone 6 will look like. Rumors are
aplenty, suggesting a thinner screen, higher resolution. The smart phone could get
released by the middle of the year.
The app requests seem to originate an IP address on Cupertino campus belonging
to Apple. Although Apple is still quiet on the issue, this clearly indicates that the
app and software development teams are already testing some of the more well-
known applications on the App Store already.
It was towards the end of 2012, that Apple started working on the new version of
iOS 7. The giant is all set to finalize the features that will be included in the first
public release. Hundreds of additional new features as well as new Apple Maps
are included in the software.
The usage logs keep an eye on the devices using an app along with other
information such as IP address. The appearance of new software and hardware
checks the compatibility with some big-name apps. Although it’s fascinating to
know that Apple is already testing new products, one cannot actually make out any
new features that might be expected.
The logs only show that Apple might be already working on its next smartphone.
It won’t be surprising to see Apple going for an earlier launch so as to avoid the
stress on its supply chain. Apple’s next iPhone, iPhone 6 seems to have done
away with the naming convention. It doesn’t seem far fetched to see an iPhone
6 running iOS 7. But whether it is just a number game, that factor remains to be