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A report coming from Bloomberg revealed Apple's plan of adding A5 processor and an 8-megapixel camera into its next iPhone, which is due out this Spring.
According to Bloomberg’s sources, Apple is planning to put an A5 processor (a more powerful chip than the one added to iPAd 2), and an 8-megapixel camera into their next iPhone. They also reported that Apple is currently working on an iPad with higher resolution.
The so-called iPhone 5, which is quite similar to iPhone 4, will start its production in August and is said to be released this coming September along with iOS 5. There are also rumors stating that Apple is looking forward to produce a cheaper version of iPhone using “chips and displays of similar quality to today’s iPhone 4″, which will be available in the market this spring.Read the rest of the article »
Sorry guys, but Sony doesn't seem to set May 31 as its deadline for PlayStation Network. You still have to sit, wait and wonder until it's all done.
Following the announcement that Sony will have its ‘phased restoration‘ for the PlayStation Network last week, it seems that nothing really happened. The past seven days just came and went, and the PSN services are still are down. So when will Sony bring back the PSN online? Only the company knows.
As of today, the company still doesn’t have an established timeline as to when its services will be online again. However, Sony spokesperson – Shigenori Yoshida – said that everything should be restored by the end of May. Bloomberg even added that the company has set May 31 as the deadline to restore all PSN services.
But Sony disputed Bloomberg’s statement, and pointed out that the May 31 deadline is inaccurate and does not exist. The company has yet to established any deadline for the restoration of PSN, so the people still have to wait until proper security measures are in place.View Article Source »
Apple takes another crack at television, perhaps they'll do a better job this time.
Is Apple setting their sights on television again? Well, that seems to be the tale of the tape as a Bloomberg interview with anonymous sources reports that the fruit company is about to extend AirPlay’s cability to bring video streaming to the television.
So far, Apple has attempted to enter the television scene with the Apple TV, which has already reached the 1 million sales mark. An impressive feat, yes, but not particularly something that leaves competitors worried.Read the rest of the article »
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