According to a new report from Reuters, Sharp (one of Apple’s paramount mobile display manufacturing partners) has supposedly decelerated production of full-sized iPad displays at one of their plants. While sources didn’t go into great detail on the manufacturing cut, it’s likely justified by both a consumer interest shift to…
Following numerous “iPhone 5″ part leaks (including the proposed SIM tray, home button and, more recently, information pertaining to a smaller “9pin” dock connector), Nowhereelse has recently posted comparison charts of alleged “iPhone 5″ parts and corresponding parts from its predecessors.
Over the past few months, a popular topic throughout the blogosphere and even various news outlets, has been Apple’s next-generation iPhone. Of course, during this time, the majority of news and rumors were focused on a leaked design that sported a vertically enhanced screen and a two-tone back with a…
Recently, numerous websites have obtained different, alleged next-generation iPhone parts that share the same design and build quality. Only days ago, a hands-on video was release of what was supposedly the next-generation iPhone’s housing and other parts.
As reported by PatentlyApple today, August 2nd, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a rather peculiar and interesting patent application from Apple that highlights a rather intriguing concept for a next-generation Smart Cover.
After yesterday’s “iPhone 5″ back housing and parts were leaked by iLab, Macotakara created a short hands-on video with some of the same parts. The video, embedded below, provides more angels of the housing and an accurate representation of how the next-generation iPhone may look when held.
A Japanese site by the name of iLab recently publicized high-definition photos of what they’re claiming to be Apple’s next-generation iPhone (two of which are featured above and below).