If the movies and TV shows are any indication, selling off stolen goods to pawn shops is a great way to unload them while making a quick buck. However in real life, that happens too and not only are valuable items such as jewelry, phones, cameras, and etc. that are being sold off, but video games as well.
After all there is a huge market for second-hand video games which are typically a lot more affordable than brand new. That being said, it seems that GameStop has recently made it a requirement for their customers in the city of Philadelphia to provide them with fingerprints when trading in used games. Read full post →GameStops In Philadelphia To Start Fingerprinting Customers Who Trade-in Games
Assuming the rumors are right, we could be getting closer to Apple to making an official iPhone 6 announcement. As it stands, the rumors claim that we can look forward to a 4.7-inch model and a 5.5-inch model and while most of us probably think that the 5.5-inch model is basically the iPhone 6 with a larger display, it seems that leaked components are suggesting otherwise.
The folks at Nowhereelse.fr (via Cult of Mac) have recently gotten their hands on alleged leaked components belonging to the iPhone 6. The components in question are the home button and Touch ID component that is expected to be part of the iPhone 6’s build. However as you can see in the image above, there are differences in the components’ design between the 4.7-inch model and the 5.5-inch model. Read full post →Alleged iPhone 6 Home Button/Touch ID Component Leaked