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Rumors: Apple starts manufacturing iPhone 6

The iPhone 5S and particularly 5C (the colored version) did provide some new aspects but largely they were just the good ol’ iPhones in a new case with a new name. So it would be wise to suggest that iPhone 6 carries a lot of burden. And that Apple won’t ignore the heed of users to make some big changes.  It's rumored that we'll be seeing a   4.8 inch display   , this news comes courtesy of some supply chain leaks that fell into the hands of the Wall Street Journal. In simple words, the internet is going nuts with rumors, speculations, assumptions and lies. So we have taken the reliable news and separated it from mere speculation. Let’s begin looking at the facts and rumors objectively.    Hype of iPhone 6 Some recent reports and surveys conducted throughout the US show that iPhone 6 is the most anticipated iPhone of all times. If you thought the excitement and the buildup to iPhone 5S was great, then you are in for a big surprise! There were similar ru

Seven Innovations which Changed How the World Does Business

Business has existed, in one form or another, since the discovery of agriculture. From subsistence trade to highly specialized labor division, business has driven the development of society as we know it. Few changes to the way business is done, however, rival the impact these seven innovations had on the world of commerce: Transportation Even the earliest businesses had to transport goods from one place to another, and now modern technology has progressed transportation to the point where we can haul, ship, or fly goods all over the world. Transportation innovations have expanded the geographical reach of certain businesses, creating the global economy we see today. Industrial Robotics The Industrial Revolution thrust the world into a new age of mass manufacturing and assembly-line production. The introduction of industrial robotics in the late 1960’s created a new manufacturing environment, increasing productivity, and could easily be likened to a second Industrial R