Here are your Apple rumors and AAPL news items for today:
Memory: A set of leaked schematics that are claimed to be for the iPhone 6 point toward one version of Apple’s (AAPL) upcoming smartphone having 128GB of storage, 9to5Mac notes. This would put the iPhone 6 on par with the iPad Air in terms of storage capacity. It’s unknown if the higher level of storage will knock out one of the previous storage capacities, but another image lists the 128GB storage alongside 16GB and 64GB storage capacities.
Lawsuit: Lawyers are looking at the possibility of filing a class action lawsuit against Apple over the graphical issues found in many 2011 MacBook Pros, reports MacRumors. Whitfield Bryson & Mason LLP attorneys are seeking information from affected MacBook Pro owners concerning problems they’ve had in regards to the device. This information is being collected in the form of a survey. A petition demanding that Apple fix the issues with the 2011 MacBook Pros has surpassed 10,000 signatures.
USB: A patent with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office that was published today shows off a more detailed concept of Apple’s possible reversible USB connector, AppleInisder notes. The patent includes detailed designs for a USB Type A cable that is “180-degree symmetrical” and has a “double orientation design.” The USB cable described in the patent wouldn’t comply with official USB specifications, but third-party cables are already using a similar design. The patent falls in line with images that could be of Apple’s reversible USB connector that hit the web earlier this month.
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