References to iPhone 6 and iOS 7 started surfacing--as "a iOS developer saw a device named "iPhone 6.1" running iOS 7 making requests from an IP address within Apple's Cupertino campus," according to TNW.
Adding, "although OS and device data can be faked, the unique IP footprint leading back to Apple's Cupertino campus leads us to believe that this is not one of those attempts," TNW says.
The iPhone 6 is expected to be released by the middle of next year.
Own a Apple device running iOS 6 device --just check your check your iPhone's Do Not Disturb setting, it might not have turned off on the New Year Eve, as of midnight previous day, the Do Not Disturb feature on iOS 6 isn't turning off as reported by the Whirlpool as well as MacRumors forums readers.
The Do Not Disturb setting silences calls, alerts, and notifications, but it does not disable alarms set with Apple's built-in Clock app.
It doesn't affect everyone.
The fix is simple, "manually disable and re-enable Do Not disturb, and it reportedly works again."
On the other hand, Apple aired the 'Do Not Disturb' iPhone 5 television commercial featuring Venus and Serena Williams. The ad went live on January 1st reads, "Just turn on Do Not Disturb and your iPhone 5 knows not to ring, unless it's a call you really want."