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Apple iPhone 6 and iWatch could feature stronger-than-sapphire enhanced glass screens

Apple iPhone 6 and iWatch could feature stronger-than-sapphire enhanced glass screens

By 5 September 2014

Apple apparently isn't satisfied with sapphire screens for its new iPhone 6 and iWatch. Despite being the second strongest material on the planet it appears to have developed a method to make it even stronger. Apple's patent for a method of strengthening... >>

So long, Gorilla Glass! Apple's new iPhone and watch to have Sapphire screens

So long, Gorilla Glass! Apple's new iPhone and watch to have Sapphire screens

By 14 August 2014

Apple's next-generation devices will no longer sport Gorilla Glass screens but rather the highly scratch-resistant Sapphire Glass screens. For many years, Corning has, er, cornered the smartphone market with its Gorilla Glass. Many manufacturers, including... >>

Your next smartphone could smash rocks, as sapphire glass tests show

Your next smartphone could smash rocks, as sapphire glass tests show

By 11 July 2014

Japanese electronics manufacturer Kyocera has released a video showing off just how strong its sapphire glass screens really are – smashing rock. The sapphire glass cover is included in a test against a standard screen. When dropped on a small rock... >>

Apple CEO Tim Cook jokes about iRing in interview with ABC

Apple CEO Tim Cook jokes about iRing in interview with ABC

By 25 January 2014

It's not often Apple executives sit down for an interview, but to celebrate the Mac's thirtieth anniversary on Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook talked candidly with ABC News. It's a rare look inside such a secret company.  Cook, along with Apple executives... >>

Sapphire Ivory Digital Audio Player
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Sapphire Ivory Digital Audio Player

By 24 March 2006

You can pick up an iPod Shuffle 512Mb for £50, although that has no screen of course, which is why Sapphire, who are better known for their PC graphics cards, has to bring something special to the table with its entry into an already very crowded marketplace.... >>


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