While a recent teardown of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus points to 1,810mAh and 2,915mAh batteries stashed underneath the hood, respectively, here we are with another teardown that points to a rough guesstimate of how much Apple would have had to fork out to build each new handset. So far, the $200 mark had not been breached in the past where estimations were concerned, with different iPhones speculated to cost anywhere from $188 to $199 thereabouts. However, it seems that the iPhone 6 Plus has managed to surpass the $200 mark, while the iPhone 6 remains right on target.
Canon recently introduced a slew of new PowerShot cameras, but they are also knee deep in a different segment of the imaging business – one that involves printers, of course. Here is an interesting device from them that is known as the Canon PIXMA iP110 Wireless Mobile Printer, and we do wonder whether this particular printer will also be able to be hacked to run a game of Doom on it.