Dec 28

BGR reported that they got some details “from a close source” of the next generation iPhone and they claim it will be a completely redesigned iPhone. Earlier reports already said the iPhone 5 will get a larger screen and now BGR released some more details about the next gen iPhone: “We can now confidently say that Apples next iPhone will launch in the fall next year, around the same time that this years iPhone 4S launched. We have also learned that Apple is planning to use a rubber or plastic material similar to the material used in the companys bumper cases that will be built into the new iPhone case.” » Apple To Launch Completely Redesigned iPhone In Fall 2012

Dec 19

The New York Times reported that Over the last year, Apple and Google have secretly begun working on projects that will become wearable computers. Their main goal: to sell more smartphones. (In Googles case, more smartphones sold means more advertising viewed.) » Apple Prototyping Wearable Devices

Dec 12

Digitimes reported that the next generation iPads will be available in 3-4 months. “Makers in the supply chain have started delivering parts and components for the new tablets to OEM contractors while reducing those prepared for iPad 2”. According to the sources the production of the iPad 2 will remain high but will decline in the beginning of 2012. » Next Generation iPads Will Be Available In 3-4 Months

Dec 08

iPad 3 Case
According to the Japanese Website Macotakara, the picture above is a Case for the Next Generation iPad. They also claim that the next generation iPad will be thicker and therefore will not be compatible with all current iPad 2 cases. They believe that the front screen will be the same as the other iPads, with the same types of corners and bezel as well. I am very sceptic about this rumor, what do you guys think.

Dec 03

Apple Building Data Center In Oregon
Two people with direct knowledge of Apples plans said that after Google, Facebook and Amazon now Apple is considering whether to build a large data center in Prineville, a quarter mile south of the Facebook server farm that opened earlier this year. The state is a hot destination for server farms because of the mild climate and relatively low power costs. “Apple did not respond to an inquiry on its plans, but the company had a team examining Facebooks Prineville facility last summer on the same day The Oregonian visited the site.» Apple Considering To Build A Huge New Data Center In Oregon

Nov 19

iLounge reported that their most reliable source has spilled some interesting details about a redesigned iPad, iPhone & MacBook Pro in early 2012. The third-generation iPad will become modestly thicker (0.7mm) and it will get a higher-resolution display. The iPad is expected to be released in March. The new iPhone will have a 4-inch display and will be 8mm longer than before, with a metal casing (probably aluminum). Accoring to the source it will be introduced in the summer of 2012. » Redesigned iPad, iPhone & MacBook Pro In Early 2012

Nov 16

Siri Update iOS 5.1
At this point you cant ask Siri on you iPhone 4S to “Take A Picture” or “Switch off Bluetooth”, but according to a german website iOS 5.1 will bring us an updated Siri that will enable hardware control questions. Such as “take a picture”, the story has it, to “make a video”, “switch on/off WiFi/Bluetooth” and more. » iOS 5.1 Update To Let Siri “Take A Picture Or Video” And More?

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