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iPad 3 production already underway, rumored to sport LTE, Quad-Core chip and a retina display.
Apple’s production for its much awaited next generation iPad, the iPad 3 is said to be underway. According to Bloomberg, the iPad 3 has entered production and is slated to launch sometime in March, with full 4G LTE support, quad-core processor and a Retina display.
The report also reveals that Apple’s Asian manufacturing partners will be running at full capacity on February to reach production goals before its target launch date.View Article Source »
A rumor emerged saying that Apple moved the release dates of their upcoming iPhone 5 to second week of September, and iPad 3 to November.
A rumor emerged on Wednesday that Apple is narrowing the release of iPhone 5 down to the second week of September, while the iPad 3 was moved back to November.
Apple is supposedly producing four million units for an initial batch of iPhone 5, presumably for the launch of the said smartphone. China Times’ tips had suppliers delivering 400,000 units for test run to make sure production was solid before going ahead.Read the rest of the article »
Based on a rumor, Apple is planning to release a revised version of iPad 2 that will have a higher resolution than its predecessor and it will be named as "iPad HD."
As Steve Jobs, CEO of Apple, declared that 2011 would be the year of iPad 2, the company is planning to release a new version of the said device. The revised iPad would have a much sharper screen, as it uses a 9.7-inch 2048 x 1536 pixel display.
The revised version will be called “iPad HD”. According to sources, the new iPad will have a higher resolution than the recent version. It would also be compatible with some iPad versions of Final Cut Pro or Aperture. While early rumors about the iPad 2 said that it will have a “Retina” display, the device just featured the same 1024 x 768 resolution. But in iPhad HD, the device will have a 2048×1536 resolution.Read the rest of the article »
According to a rumor, the new Macs with speedy Sandy Bridge processors and Thunderbolt ports are said to arrive this August.
Bees are buzzing with regards to Apple’s launching of its new Mac Pro this coming August. The newest Mac Mini is said to add up the latest Sandy Bridge processor from Intel, and the new high-speed Thunderbolt port.
Last Sunday, CNet’s Brian Tong wrote on his Twitter account that “all new” next-generation Mac Pros and Mac Minis will be launched “either end of July (or) first week of August.” He then posted another tweet pointing out that the August buzz is “more likely”, and the Sandy Bridge and Thunderbolt would be included on both machines. Brian Tong also added that there are no specs or configurations being released yet.Read the rest of the article »
If you think that Apple will release the iOS this spring, think again. You might be missing a lot in the Mac World.
There are rumors stating that Apple will not unveil iOS 5 this spring. Instead, the Cupertino-based company is working hard on a major revamp for the platform that will arrive this fall.
It is likely that Apple will preview the next iOS version at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) slated this June. There were also rumors that iOS 5 would arrive with iPad 3. However, it contradicts the company’s declaration that 2011 will be the “Year of the iPad 2.” Regardless, there are claims that Apple will preview much of iOS 5’s cloud-based offerings — including its location-based service.
How about you? What are your presumptions about Apple’s iOS 5?View Article Source »
Nokia Windows Phone 7, is that you?
This Friday, Nokia plans to play another game. However, the big question is to whom they intend to team up?
It has been rumored that Nokia is said to have this partnership with titans of the industry Microsoft and Google. So are we expecting a Nokia Android phone or perhaps a Nokia Windows Phone 7? Bloomberg’s anonymous sources reported that they seem to agree that Nokia is in deep conversations with Microsoft, it also seems that they’re “close to announcing a software partnership.”
The rumors also said that Google could have been there, but they’re no longer favored for the job. So does this mean we’ll be seeing a WP7 phone with the Nokia emblem? Are you ready for the Micro-Kia?View Article Source »
The Wall Street Journal claims the rumor about Amazon building an app store for Android and sources are saying they even have proof. But we have to wait for now to hear the official announcement.
Amazon is known for making sure that they don’t go out of digital business physically and mentally. But here they are making their boldest step which is another app store for Android. The Wall Street Journal is insisting that they can prove this information through an Amazon document that explains some terms to the developers. But no clear news on when will the store be launched to the public or how it will be called. WSJ said that Amazon stipulates an app that cannot be sold for less anywhere. Whatever it is, Android keeps the doors close for the conference to developers. Let’s see who will divulge the first leak.View Article Source »
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