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Gene Koprowski has been writing about science and technology for more than 25 years. He received an Emmy Award nomination from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) for his technology reporting for FoxNews.com in 2009. He is the author a number of technology books, including Nanotechnology in Medicine: Emerging Applications.

Launch of iPhone 6 to Bolster Earnings of Component Makers


The investment bank Pacific Crest Securities yesterday predicted in an opinion piece in Barron’s that the iPhone 6 will not only boost Apple Inc., it will also benefit component makers like InvenSense, NXP Semiconductors, and Synaptics.

Counterfeit Versions of the iPhone 6 Debut Overseas


Counterfeit versions of the iPhone 6 are apparently already available overseas. Three months before Apple debuts the latest version of the iPhone, resellers on China's biggest e-commerce site, Taobao.com, are marketing what can be loosely translated as "models" of the iPhone 6. The "models" are believed to be made of old iPhone 5 and new iPhone 6 components.

This is not without precedent. Back in 2012, low-cost knock-offs of the iPhone 5 made it to market before the real product did as well.

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