As Apple prepares to unveil the iPhone 6 and its much-rumored iWatch at its September 9 event, TechCrunch reports that the Cupertino company has once again booked a high amount of shipping space out of China. The company’s shipping volume is reportedly so high that it’s begun displacing competitors’ attempts at shipping during the fall. Apple shipments via major concerns like FedEx and UPS are said to be ‘unprecedented’ for the holiday…

Chinese site cnBeta highlights a series of photos posted by Weibo user zzray showing what is claimed to be an official, functional, and activated iPhone 6. While the authenticity of the device can not be confirmed, it does have some interesting characteristics worth noting. iPhone 5s (left) and claimed iPhone 6 (right) (Click for full size) First, the overall design looks very polished and in line with previous iPhone 6 leaks. The…

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Apple has initiated a recall of some iPhone 5 models because the Sleep/Wake button may “stop working or work intermittently”, according to an Apple statement given to The Loop. The company has created a special support website for the recall where customers can enter their iPhone serial number and see if their phone is one of the “small percentage” of iPhone 5 models that are affected. Affected phones can be brought to…

StackSocial launched its fifth ‘Name Your Own Price’ Mac Bundle earlier this week that offers up to nine apps and an online iOS development course for purchase with 10% of all sales going to charity. There are two apps and an online iOS development course that all buyers receive: MacX Mobile Video Converter ($50) PDF Converter Pro for Mac ($80) Projects in iOS E-learning Course ($147) If a buyer pays more than…

Streaming music service Spotify is growing in the UK and soon may overtake iTunes as Europe’s biggest digital music service, reports Music Week, which spoke to Spotify’s European head of media relations Kevin Brown [Via The Guardian]. Spotify’s growth in the UK is quickly accelerating with the service adding more than 1 million active users in the past four months, claims Brown. Many of these new customers are lucrative subscribers who are…

Late last week, it was revealed that Nike is scaling back its FuelBand hardware effort to focus on the software side of its fitness tracking ecosystem, sparking speculation of a potential partnership with Apple focused around the iWatch or other Apple hardware. Nike CEO Mark Parker appeared on CNBC earlier today, and while he would not directly address specific plans with respect to Apple, he did note that Apple is a longtime…

A new photo may indicate that Apple is nearing the grand opening of its long delayed retail store in Hanover, Germany, reports iFun.de [Google Translation]. The photo shows the building’s partially constructed internals with an exposed Apple logo on the right side of its entrance, with a flag pole also positioned over the left door. Furthermore, the layout of the location in question is similar to that of the Apple Store Opéra…

As first spotted by TIME Planner developer Olga Osadcha on Twitter (via MacStories), Apple has begun testing a related search suggestions feature for some users in the App Store. The new menu appears to overlay itself on top of an existing search query, giving users search suggestions in similar categories – for instance, searching for “calendar” gives related suggestions for “calendar planner” and “daily planner”, while a search for “sports games” displays…

A supposed internal Apple video depicting the demolition of Hewlett Packard’s former offices in preparation for Apple’s Campus 2 project has surfaced on YouTube (via 9to5Mac). The video itself, which appears to be consistent with Apple’s production quality, shows excavators tearing through multiple buildings. The footage was likely shot from late last year through earlier this year, as demolition on the site began in November after Apple received unanimous approval for the…