WSJ reports Apple's future iPhone 6 will offer a new charging method:
With pretty much nothing confirmed about the details of apple’s upcoming iPhone release in September, the Wall Street Journal has actually learned something, from unnamed sources briefed on Apple’s future plans, about the iPhone that will undoubtedly be released next year. We hate to call it the iPhone 6, because it could very well be called iPhone 5S for all we know. The rumor isn’t groundbreaking; all it mentions is that there may be a new charging mechanism and the possibility for an edge-to-edge screen (something that already has been rumored for this year’s iPhone). What’s interesting is that a major media outlet, especially one as reputable (and usually correct) as the WSJ, would speculate, or publish speculation, about a device that is still two major hardware updates away.