Bloomberg reports that Apple will begin mass production of its iPhone 6 next month. The larger screen device should hit retailers in September. Bloomberg says the phones will have 4.7 and 5.5 inch screen sizes. That’s a pretty big difference compared to the current 4-inch iPhone 5S. The new phones will reportedly be “rounder and thinner” too.
Microsoft really wants your business, and is offering Macbook Air owners up to $650 dollars to trade in their Apple laptop for a ‘Surface Pro 3′ tablet. That’s the device Microsoft unveiled last month, featuring a cover that doubles as a keyboard.
And, Microsoft has a new smart phone called the Nokia X2. It’s the first android-based phone actually made by the company. It comes in a range of eye-popping colors and has a 4.3 inch screen. Several Microsoft services are preloaded on the phone including Skype, Outlook, and Mix Radio, as well as access to Android apps.
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