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The new, larger iPhones have already set an Apple sales record for preorders. While the phones won't be available in stores until Friday, a couple of CNET editors have already tested the devices. Is bigger really better? CNET.com's Sumi Das on what differentiates the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
The bigger-screen iPhones take off at a record-setting pace. Apparently consumers are happy that Apple decided to live large.
Apple Pay could realistically be a huge business, but adoption will depend on sales of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, consumer willingness to change and retailer IT infrastructure.
China's GooPhone is back with an iPhone 6 clone and companion watch, available at least weeks before the real things are expected from Apple.
Apple sold 35.2 million iPhones in the period -- good, but slightly below expectations. Sales of the iPad, however, continue to slump.
The electronics giant's iPhone sales and projections for first-quarter revenue fell short of analysts' estimates, and it reported a slight decline in net income, causing shares to fall in after-hours trading.
Based on record preorders, finding Apple's new 5.5-inch iPhone may be a challenge on launch day. Also, Microsoft builds a new world for Minecraft, and Google launches an affordable Android phone for developing countries.
Suppliers asked to make 70 million to 80 million handsets with bigger screens, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The device is available now on Sony's US online store for $700, instead of its $750 suggested retail price.
CEO Tim Cook has promised for more than a year that Apple will bring out new products and step into new categories. At this week's event to talk up larger-screen iPhones, fans are hoping he'll finally deliver the next big thing -- a wearable device.