Sep 30


Chinese parts supplier sw-box.com has posted a video and photos of the upcoming iPad 5 slate-gray enclosure. The video after the break shows the physical differences between the iPad 4 and iPad 5. According to these video the iPad 5 which is expected to debut in October will adopt a similar design to the currently shipping iPad mini. » Detailed Video Showing iPad 5 Physical Changes

Sep 28


A couple of new photos of an alleged “gold” model with a Touch ID fingerprint sensor have surfaced on Chinese website Zol.com.cn [Google Translate] One photo “above” shows the lower half of the device and appears to reveal a metal ring around the home button, just like the iPhone 5s. The second photo “below” shows the tablet from the rear, revealing a gold finish similar to that of the gold iPhone 5s. » Photos Of Gold iPad Mini With TouchID Fingerprint Sensor

Sep 25


Sonny Dickson posted some photos featuring alleged rear shells of the next-generation iPad in “Space Gray” and silver. Two weeks ago Apple debuted a new space gray color to replace the slate black used on both the iPhone 5 and iPod lines. » Next-Generation iPad Rear Shell Emerges in “Space Gray”

Aug 10


These days there are more and more part leaks of the low-cost iPhone “iPhone C?” and the next generation iPad. Now a new listing at parts and repair firm Macfixit Australia includes a number of photos of a similar part, which the company’s supplier says is a genuine front panel and digitizer for the fifth-generation iPad. » Photos Of Black iPad 5 Front Panel & Digitizer Assembly

Aug 05

Mac Otakara has released a brief video that allegedly shows the front panel and back shell of the iPad 5 assembled together for the first time. The rear shell appears to have a transparent or translucent logo. Apple’s fifth-generation iPad is expected to launch as soon as next month, with a new iPad mini with Retina display perhaps following soon after. » Partially Assembled iPad 5 & “iPhone 5C” Appear In New Videos

Apr 18


KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo “who offered accurate Apple information before, multiple times” published a new research note outlining his expectations for Apple’s fifth-generation iPad. Kuo predicts that Apple will adopt the same GF2 touch technology used in the iPad mini, enabling Apple to design a thinner display for the new full-size iPad and the device will be roughly 15% thinner and 25% lighter than the current full-size iPad. » iPad 5 To Be 15% Thinner & 25% Lighter Than Current iPad [rumor]

Feb 24


Apple accessory manufacturer MiniSuit did not wait for the official iPad 5 launch and already created a case for the upcoming iPad based on specifications received from what the site claims is a reliable source. MiniSuit send some pictures to MacRumors showing a comparison between the iPad 4 and their iPad 5 case. » MiniSuit Created First iPad 5 Case

Page 3 of 41234