Here are your Apple rumors and AAPL news items for today:
Production: Foxconn is rumored to be starting production of Apple’s (AAPL) next generation of iPhones soon, MacRumors notes. The new rumor claims that the 4.7-inch version of the iPhone 6 will start production sometime in July. It also claims that the 5.5-inch version of the iPhone 6 will start production a month later in August. It’s unknown is the delay in production could have the 5.5-inch version getting a later release, or if it will just be very limited when it first comes out.
Campus: New photos of construction for the Apple Campus 2 have been released, reports AppleInsider. The photos show that construction of the facility, which started in November of 2013, is coming along. The basic structure for the base of the building can bee seen and a perimeter wall has been set up. The projected time for the building to compete construction is sometime in 2016. However, it’s unknown it supporting buildings around the new Campus will be finished at that time.
Apps: The European Commission (EC) is complaining that Apple isn’t working fast enough to finish increased protection for games with in-app purchases, 9to5Mac notes. The EC says that the tech giant has yet to list the true prices of free games in its App Store. The company responded to the compalints by saying that it does more than other companies and that it leads the industry in terms of parental controls. It also said it will continue to work with the EC to meet its standards.
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