Jan 24

Towards the end of Apple’s earnings call earlier today, Tim Cook and CFO Peter Oppenheimer fielded a number of questions from analysts. Some of these questions addresses some of the most recent rumors including the recent 4.8-inch iPhone rumors, the budget iPhone rumor and the WSJ story about Apple cutting iPhone 5 part orders. » Tim Cook Addresses Latest Rumors At Apple’s Earnings Call

Sep 05

It is official, Apple started sending out invitations for its September 12 Media Event where they will announce the iPhone 5. If you take a look at the shadow in the picture above you will clearly see a “5”, suggesting that Apple’s next iPhone will indeed be called the iPhone 5. The media event is scheduled for next week Wednesday, September 12. The event will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco and is scheduled to begin at 10:00 AM Pacific / 1:00 PM Eastern. The tagline on the invitation is simply “It’s almost here.” » Apple Send Out Invitations for Media Event on September 12

Mar 25

Some reports have suggested the next iPhone will have a 4.6-inch display. A new report, from iMore, claims the new iPhone will just have the same 3.5-inch screen as all previous iPhone models. They do expect 4G LTE, just like the new iPad. » Rumor: Next Gen iPhone Has LTE and Launches This Fall

Oct 19

According to the Taiwanese website “Economic Daily News” two potential suppliers: Korean LG Display and Taiwanese AU Optronics, have recently sent samples of their iPad Mini displays to Apple. The Taiwanese website said Apple has already set the specifications for the smaller tablet and will be shipped early next year. It will get a 7.85 Inch Display and gets the same resolution as the iPad 2. Steve Jobs earlier said on a Q4 2010 earnings call that a 7 inch iPad will be meaningless “It is meaningless unless your tablet also includes sandpaper, so that the user can sand down their fingers to around one quarter of their present size“. But this is not the first time Steve Jobs denied a possible product. Steve Jobs did this with a lot of products until Apple was ready to launch them, such as the video iPod or even the idea of tablet PC itself. » 7.85-Inch Screen Rumors: iPad Mini?

Jul 31

9to5mac received some cases that claim to be the case for the next gen iPhone “iPhone 5”. This case is longer and wider then the iPhone 4 case, but is way thinner. It also has a tairdrup design “from thick at the top to thin at the bottom”. This case indicates that the next gen iPhone will get a larger screen size and a thinner build (more like the iPod Touch). Check the pictures after the break and let us know if this is what you are looking for in the next gen iPhone design. » New iPhone 5 Case Indicate A Thinner But Wider & Longer Frame [Pictures]

Dec 25

smal ipad next generation
January is nearby, which means a new Apple Keynote is on his way. A moment lot of Apple fans are waiting for. But what can we expect, well “according to a report in the Japanese MACお宝鑑定団 blog (MacOtakara) “an anonymous Chinese source” claims that the next-generation iPad will be just slightly smaller than the current one, with a height of 239mm and a width of 186mm as opposed to 243 by 190 mm” and will get a more iPod Touch like back case. » 2011 New iPad Rumors

Jul 09

apple small touchscreen
There has been a little touchscreen spotted in Taiwan that is actually a part made by Apple. Pictures of this 1.18″ square, 3cm x 3cm touchscreen are posted on a Taiwanese website called Apple.proEnglish”. Its not the question if this website can be trusted “because they already proved themselves by showing a legit white iPhone case and a unibody Macbook Pro case before they were released.” So the question is why does Apple need a 3x3cm touchscreen. Is it for a new iPod, some kind of mouse pad or remote? What do you think? » Tiny Apple Touch Screen Spotted! But Where Is It For?

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