Here are your Apple Rumors for today:
Pay: The launch of Apple (AAPL) Pay in the UK has led to some issues, reports 9to5Mac. Several Pay users have had trouble with the service double charging them. This is mainly due to users that have let their Watches or iPhones die during their travels at the London Underground. The mobile devices act as proof of purchase and as payments methods, so a dead mobile device can result in people being double charged. There’s also a possible fee that users face if they can’t provide their proof of purchase for a ticket.
iPod: A tear down of Apple’s new iPod reveals several details about the music player, AppleInsider notes. The new iPod Touch is packing a slightly larger battery than the previous model and also includes a new A8 processor. The device doesn’t have a sapphire glass cover over its camera lens. However, the camera itself has been upgraded to 8 megapixels. It’s also believed that the tech company was able to better optimize the device as it includes more powerful parts, but doesn’t have as much battery drain as expected.
iPhone: What are claimed to be leaked images of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6s have been shared online, reports MacRumors. The leaked images are of a golden rear casing for the rumored device. The detailed images have allowed for a good look at the casing and there are a few differences when compared to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. One of the major changes is that there is more reinforcement in this case and that some screws have been moved around. Overall, this will likely lead to the iPhone 6s being more durable than it’s older brothers. One source also claims that the back of the case isn’t as smooth as the current generation of iPhones.