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Monday, August 10, 2009
iPhone OS 3.1 beta shows “iProd” device, fuels Mac Tablet rumors

Before we talk about the Apple (NSDQ: AAPL)/Mac tablet that Stefan absolutely believes is a crock of bullshit, let’s talk about the latest iPhone OS 3.1 beta release. The still-developing iPhone OS 3.1 beta contains a USBConfiguration.plist that refers to some sort of “iProd” device. The mystery device indicates configurations for “standardMuxPTPEthernet” and “AppleUSBEthernet,” both of which are used by the iPhone.

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Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Apple hogging Toshiba memory; future 1GHz iPhone chip?

Apple’s demand for flash memory is proving insatiable in the run-up to new iPods, according to one report. Also, Samsung has developed technology that could increase the processor speed of future Apple handhelds.

Toshiba may be overwhelmed by Apple memory orders

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Wednesday, July 22, 2009
iPhone prototype goes missing; Chinese worker investigated, commits suicide

Last Thursday, 25 year-old Sun Danyong committed suicide after a fourth-generation iPhone prototype he was responsible for went missing. It’s a story, from what tech-industry friends in China tell me, of how Apple’s secretive ways send extreme pressure all the way down the company’s international supply chain.

Read More digital.venturebeat.com


Friday, July 10, 2009
Potential New iPhone Features Released

A whole bunch of new patents were just released by Apple. They detail several potential new features that we could see hit with the next generation of iPhone. Here’s what you Apple fans can look forward to getting on your smartphones soon;

Read More www.i4u.com


Sunday, June 07, 2009
2009 iPhone models surface in Dutch T-Mobile systems

Seemingly confirming Apple’s basic iPhone product strategy for next week, T-Mobile Netherlands’ phone catalog is showing 16GB and 32GB iPhones for 2009 as well as a possible 8GB model.

A pair of tips show an entry known as “iPhone 2009” in both black and white for the two identified capacities, hinting that Apple will no longer reserve a second color option for its best model.

Read More www.appleinsider.com


Saturday, June 06, 2009
New iPhone Will Include 3D Graphics Chip, Hits July

Next week at Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference the company will be unveiling its new iPhone, a device that will sport a built-in 3D graphics chip, operate on a new, higher-speed network and hit mid-July, sources tell Kotaku.

Read More kotaku.com


Friday, June 05, 2009
Expect Next iPhone Hardware, Software in Early July

The iPhone 3.0 operating system is tantalizingly close to completion — but don’t plan on lining up at the Apple Store for a new phone just yet. That’s because it’s unlikely the OS will be ready for consumers to download by next week’s Worldwide Developers Conference, which Apple is hosting. And without the promised software, Apple is unlikely to release new phone hardware to go with it.

Read More www.wired.com


Is this really the gorgeous new iPhone?

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Thursday, June 04, 2009
The New iPhone Pictured? [Updated]

iSpazo recently received an image of what appears to be the new iPhone model.

The picture appears to be taken from a computer inside the Apple site. It has the rumoured black frame and a front camera, video calls maybe?

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WWDC banners are up: Let the guessing game begin

Apple has started decorating San Francisco’s Moscone Center in anticipation of the Worldwide Developers Conference, which opens Monday morning.

And as has become tradition, when the banners go up, the seemingly round-the-clock guessing game of what Apple will announce intensifies. This year, the banners say “WWDC: One year later. Light-years ahead.” Now the objective for many is parsing that phrase and poring over every image on the banner to extract some sort of meaning.

Read More news.cnet.com


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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

We have seen many iPhone knock-offs and ripoffs in the past, but most of them usually come from underdog companies that make cheap and not that high quality handsets, for those who would really want an iPhone but do not have the cash to get their hands on it. Surprisingly, it seems that Lenovo is actually working on an iPhone 6 ripoff, although keep in mind that these are just rumors and a few leaked photos we are talking about, so don’t go bashing away at the company who brought us the Lenovo Vibe Z3 and the Lenovo Yoga tablets just yet.

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Friday, September 05, 2014

The leaks continue to pile up as we approach September 9. Are there any real surprises in store for what the new iPhones will look like? That we will know in a week. What will take longer is to see how app designers adapt to the new screen sizes that we expect the iPhone 6 and 6L to introduce.

Read more www.forbes.com


Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Jimmy Lin is back again. The high profile Taiwanese pop star and racing car driver has leaked the sharpest images yet of the iPhone 6. Lin previously posed with the iPhone 5C on his Weibo account in August, photos that proved to be legitimate when Apple AAPL -0.09% officially launched the handset one month later.

Read more www.forbes.com


Friday, May 02, 2014

Apple’s ship has sprung a leak. Apparently a disgruntled Apple employee has jumped onto Secret and shared some news about the new Apple EarPods which we’ll likely see debuted inside the iPhone 6’s box later this year.

Read more www.knowyourmobile.com


Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Late last month, a set of alleged design drawings was published by Japanese magazine MacFan, showing dimensions for upcoming 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch iPhone models. It’s not uncommon for us to see design and case leaks in the months leading up to the new iPhone release.

Read more www.macrumors.com


Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Apple doesn’t talk about how many iPhone 5c devices it sells, but the rumors are that it’s not doing as well as its two siblings. According to leaked documents from O2 Germany, Cupertino is looking to boost its middle child by launching an 8GB version that’ll retail for 60 euros less than the current 16GB model.

Read more www.engadget.com


Monday, March 17, 2014

It’s not the heat, it’s the humidity. And Apple’s next iPhone may feel it just like you do. Expected to arrive this year, the iPhone 6 could come equipped with its own barometer to automatically detect the temperature, humidity, and air pressure, according to ESM-China analyst Sun Changxu.

Read more news.cnet.com


Saturday, March 15, 2014

Microsoft has full versions of Office for iPhone and iPad ready for release, and now all it has to do is allegedly pull the trigger. It’s up to newly-appointed CEO Satya Nadell to make the call, according to Reuters.

Read more www.cultofmac.com


Thursday, March 13, 2014

Ready to see what your iPhone or iPad will look like after the next big update? Leaked screenshots purported to show iOS 8 suggest that apps are coming from your Mac to your phone as well as Apple’s own fitness tracker.

Read more crave.cnet.co.uk


Wednesday, March 05, 2014

It used to be that switching off your phone was the only way to ensure you couldn’t be found. But even that no longer appears to be enough to keep you from the prying eyes of today’s powerful technology. After a recent four-day trip around Europe, Canadian programmer Arman Amin discovered the Argus fitness app on his iPhone 5S had recorded the footsteps taken on his journey while his phone was switched off.

Read more www.smh.com.au


Thursday, February 27, 2014

When will the iPhone 6 be released? Ever since the iPhone 4s, Apple has unveiled the next iPhone in September, but at least one analyst is now claiming that Apple might go back to a WWDC launch in 2014. According to Mizukho Securities analyst Abhey Lamba, the next iPhone could launch as early as a July, getting an early jump on the Christmas season that would make sure that supply is plentiful in time for the holidays.

Read more www.cultofmac.com


Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Because Apple sells more than 150 million iPhones a year, certain kinds of secrecy surrounding the company’s ubiquitous smartphone have become impossible. One recent example concerns the apparent switch for the upcoming iPhone to sapphire as a screen coating, replacing the thin piece of glass that has been there since 2007. And how do we know this is happening?

Read more www.forbes.com


Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Whenever Apple releases a new iPhone, talk immediately turns to what the next model will be like, what type of spec it’ll use and how it will carry the iPhone brand forwards. The next big smartphone from Apple is currently referred to as the iPhone 6, although it’s entirely possible Apple could drop the number convention on its next flagship, just as it did with the iPad Air.

Read more www.knowyourmobile.com


Monday, August 26, 2013

We’ve seen plenty of case leaks of the iPhone 5C, giving us a general idea of what Apple’s budget iPhone may look like. However, a new leak that has appeared over the weekend looks to be almost definitely the real thing, given the source. A slew of iPhones were caught charging by French blog NoWhereElse and at first glance they could be quickly dismissed as fakes.

Read more www.pocket-lint.com


Apple is reportedly going to debut a new A7 processor with its iPhone 5S that is expected to be announced on Sept. 10.
Clayton Morris, an anchor at Fox News Channel said on Twitter that the A7 processor is running about 31 percent faster than the existing iPhone 5′s A6 processor.

Read more venturebeat.com


Thursday, June 13, 2013

Reuters reports that Apple is looking closely at larger screens for upcoming iPhone models, indicating that the company is specifically testing display sizes of 4.7 inches and 5.7 inches for iPhone models that could launch next year. The iPhone 5 carries a 4-inch display, up from the 3.5-inch displays found in prior models.

Read more www.macrumors.com


Wednesday, May 15, 2013

After seeing some cool new iOS 7 concepts on Gizmodo I just had to see what they would look like in my budget iPhone concept.
Taking Dámaso Benítez’ really nice concept I rendered up some images of how Apple might introduce the new, cheap iPhone.

Read more www.martinhajek.com


Wednesday, April 24, 2013

While Apple maintains that the iPhone 5’s 4-inch display is the best around, the company hasn’t totally ruled out making a device with a larger screen. When questioned Tuesday about Apple’s stance on a 5-inch screen, CEO Tim Cook didn’t exactly expound on the virtues of a larger screen—in fact, he did just the opposite—but he never wholly rejected the idea of going bigger either.

Read more news.cnet.com


Friday, April 19, 2013

Advertisers spend three times as much targeting Apple devices as Android ones, according to a new study—a stat even the most devoted iPhone users wouldn’t brag about. The iPhone monthly ad share grew 12% in the first quarter of this year and now accounts for more than 50% of mobile ad spending, according to the report released Thursday by MoPub, a mobile ad exchange that allows app publishers and advertisers to engage in bidding for advertisements.

Read more www.foxbusiness.com


Earlier this week, case manufacturer Tactus was one of several sources to share photos of cases reportedly designed for the fifth-generation iPad, once again showing that the device is expected to be smaller than the existing iPad and take design cues from the iPad mini.

Read more www.macrumors.com


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