The iPhone 6 News Blog — the first established news blog to cover the news, rumors, and opinions about the iPhone 6!
Let’s face it: technology moves so fast that, before you know it, the “newest thing” is now completely obsolete. That’s why at the iPhone 6 News Blog, we remain committed to covering the iPhone 6. The blog published its first article on March 12th, 2011, making it the first niche blog to begin covering the news, opinions, and rumors surrounding the iPhone 6.
As we move ever-closer to the release of the iPhone 6, you can count on the iPhone 6 News Blog to provide you with the most breaking news stories concerning the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6 Blog was establish by the same publishing and editorial team as the iPhone 5 News Blog, which was the first blog to explicitly cover news of the iPhone 5.
Mike Nace is the publisher of the iPhone 6 News Blog, as well as other notable technology blogs, such as the iPhone 5 News Blog, iPhone 5 News Ticker, and iPad 2 News Ticker. You may contact him in the comments section of this page or any blog post, or via the Contact page.
The iPhone 6 News Blog is a website started by Apple and iPhone enthusiasts. We do not “break news” here, nor do we claim to have any inside sources at Apple or any other electronics manufacturer. The iPhone 6 News Blog is a blog that gathers iPhone 6 news from around the internet and processes it fr our readers. Our opinions and views do not necessarily represent the views of Apple or any other brand, company, or product that we discuss in our posts. Any comments left by our readers do not necessarily represent the views of the iPhone 6 News Blog and its writer.
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Mike Nace – Publisher: Mike has worked for years as a professional writer and marketing consultant for various small businesses around the world. He started the iPhone 5 News Blog in august of 2010 in order to process all of the news and rumors that surfaced about the iPhone 5 almost immediately after the release of the iPhone 4. In addition to serving as publisher, Mike also contributes article to the blog each week, offering his perspective on the iPhone 5.
Charles W. Moore — Chief Columnist: Charles is a force to be reckoned with in the world of print and new media. From an interview with him in LowEndMac, “His articles, features, and commentaries have appeared in more than 40 magazines, newspapers and websites in Canada, the US, the UK, and Australia. . . a columnist for The Halifax Daily News and the Saint John Telegraph Journal, Atlantic Fisherman, and news editor and columnist for Applelinks.com, a columnist and contributing editor for MacOpinion and PBCentral, as well as writing for Low End Mac.” Charles contributes regularly to the iPhone 5 News Blog.
Sven Rafferty — Columnist: Sven has always been enamored and enthralled by technology ever since he set eyes on an Atari 2600 at the mere age of eight. Having the luxury of growing up in the explosive computer age right in the heart of Silicon Valley, technology has literally been a part of Sven’s life from the start. Studying every aspect of a gadget that contained a circuit board, Sven found many of his friends, family, and colleagues asking for his advice on the newest phone, camera, or anything else that required AA batteries (not included.) When the word “blog” was still unheard of, Sven began writing for svenrox.com in 2001 which later became SvenOnTech to more accurately describe his passion. From time to time, Sven would also write for other blogs such as Chris Pirillo’s Lockergnome. With nearly 20 years of experience as an IT professional and over a decade of writing for tech blogs, Sven loves sharing his knowledge with others in hopes to help some one make the perfect choice in their tech life.
Jeff Dempsey — Columnist: Jeff started using technology in the mid 1970′s when taking apart things and sometimes getting them back together, and even more rarely, in working order. After working on the HeathKit Lego Experiment Board, he decided that he wanted to be an engineer, and now his success rate at getting things back together properly is much higher.
Jeff came to the Apple Ecosphere twice, the first time with the Newton 2000, and the second time with an iMac in 2008. He has successfully converted his wife and three of his seven kids to use the Mac, and enjoys talking about and working with technology, and computers.
In his spare time, Jeff enjoys the Pacific Northwest with his family, exploring and learning new things. From aviation to training service dogs, every day is an adventure for him!