Sep 09

It has been rumored many times before, and according to The Wall Street Journal, Apple will indeed include a fingerprint scanner on the new iPhone “iPhone 5S” that the Apple will introduce at a media event tomorrow. Apple purchased fingerprint sensor company AuthenTec in July 2012 for $356 million and the iPhone 5S will by far, be the most high-profile consumer electronics device with a fingerprint scanner. » Wall Street Journal Confirms Fingerprint Sensor in New iPhone

Aug 27

Parts of the upcoming iPhone “5” which will most likely be introduced on September 12, continue to surface. These last photos which were highlighted by [Google translation] showing what appears to be the most completely assembled front panel seen yet. Above you can see an assembled front panel complete with LCD frame, front camera, and home button. After the break you can find more closeups showing flex cables for display, front camera and home button. » Photos Of “iPhone 5” Front Panel With Home Button, Front Camera & Shielding Installed

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

Jan 09

iphone_camera_icon-1The camera on the iPhone is pretty good and takes clear photos outside. But when you are in a dark room all you get is a way too dark picture. Maybe the next iPhone will solve this problem by adding a flash LED to the camera. There are rumors that Apple signed a contract with Philips to order LED camera flash components. » New iPhone Gets 5MP LED Flash Camera?