As reported by Reuters, a growing number of Chinese vendors are already taking orders for the highly anticipated and much rumored “iPhone 5″. Despite the fact that Apple isn’t expected to announce their next-generation iPhone until sometime this fall, certain Chinese distributors are already accepting deposits for the mysterious device…
According to GottaBeMobile, the above and below images are pictures of what they’re calling an “engineering sample” of the upcoming next-generation iPhone. While the design certainly isn’t new to the Apple rumors section of the blogosphere, GottaBeMobile claims that this is it: the official design of Apple’s 6th-generation iPhone.
The above video is my speed and benchmark test video for the new 2012 Retina MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models. During the video, both MacBooks are thoroughly compared by means of reboot, standard boot, benchmark and flash storage speed tests.
Welcome to the ninety-fourth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the new 3rd-generation iPad giveaway I’m holding, Google’s Nexus 7 tablet, iOS 6 beta 2, Apple’s wireless charging patent and more.
Last month, in May, leaked images of Apple’s alleged next-generation iPhone flooded the blogosphere. Aside from a complete design change and an elongated form factor, the proposed upcoming iPhone features a smaller dock connector than its predecessors.
According to The Australian, Apple has agreed to pay a $2.25 million settlement to rectify the misleading advertising dispute regarding the new iPad’s cellular capabilities. At the end of March, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said they were going after Apple due to the companies pseudo-claims and misleading advertising…
As brought to light by CydiaBlog, the video embedded below gives an in-depth overview and comparison of the newly leaked proposed next-generation iPhone back casing. The video was created and posted by a third-party electronics parts supplier known as eTradeSupply.
Siri, the iPhone 4S-exclusive personal assistant the world has come to know and love over the past eight months, might become much less exclusive in the forceable future. According to a report from 9to5Mac, iOS 6 may add Siri functionality to one of Apple’s best selling iOS-based devices: the iPad.