• Apple iPhone 5 Got Released: 4″ Retina Display, A6 Processor, iOS 6, LTE Networking

    Posted on September 13th, 2012 David Brooks | 265 comments

    It has been more than one year since Apple released their last wonderful iPhone 4S. Today, just hours ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook officially took the wraps off the shiny new iPhone 5 to fulfill our long term anticipations. Apple described the new iPhone 5 “Thinner, Lighter and Faster” with its various specs, while Phil Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide marketing, did the majority of the iPhone 5 talking, and described the iPhone 5 as “an absolute jewel. It is the most beautiful product we have ever made, bar none.” Phil Schiller has made a quite precise description on iPhone 5. Simply from the outside appearance of iPhone 5, 123.8 x 58.6 x 7.6mm phone body entirely made from glass and aluminium weighing only 112g. No doubt, just like its predecessors, the iPhone 5 also produces excellent hand feel.

    The iPhone 5 doesn’t disappoint users who need a HD screen display with its 4 inches Retina Display whose resolution reaches up to 1136×640 pixels and yields a PPI of 326 for better image and video experience. If you want to watch HD movies on iPhone 5, you will certainly get satisfied. Considering for the smoothness of phone operation? That is even not a problem as iPhone 5 comes with its A6 processor with 1GB RAM, which provides up to twice the CPU and graphics performance as that of iPhone 4S.

    Apple iPhone 5

    Not letting us down, the iPhone 5 features Apple’s latest iOS 6 smartphone operating system, which means users could own over 200 new user features including: an all new Maps app with Apple-designed cartography, turn-by-turn navigation and an amazing new Flyover™ view; Facebook integration for Contacts and Calendar, with the ability to post directly from Notification Center, etc. Plus the existing 700,000 apps currently on the App Store, people would have a wider choice. iOS 6 will drop a couple of days before the iPhone 5, on September 19. It’s compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, new iPad, and fourth gen iPod touch.

    As for the iPhone 5’s camera, the phone has an 8-megapixel sensor, 5-element lens and f/2.4 aperture, complete with “Dynamic low light mode”, “precision lens alignment”, and “Sapphire crystal”. Image capture is 40% faster. Users could capture up to 1080P HD video with iPhone 5. The camera also provides video stabilization, face detection, and the ability to take pictures while filming. The front-facing shooter is 720p, and Facetime is finally – in some capacity – going cellular (previously Wi-Fi only). The iPhone 5’s Panorama mode looks suitably slick. Holding the iPhone 5 in portrait, you simply swing the camera around horizontally and it captures the view. Automatic smoothing promises to iron out the bumps. The iPhone 5 provides a new feature called Shared Photo Streams that seemingly allows you to set up groups, so you can share photos with your family or biker gang or whatever.

    iPhone 5

    Before the official release, many people were discussing that the new iPhone might not get LTE support due to patent consideration. However, Apple just made it. The iPhone 5 boasts “ultrafast wireless”, and 100Mbps LTE (Long Term Evolution) on various LTE carriers of iPhone 5 around the world. No mention of NFC (Near Field Communication), however. Besides LTE networking, the iPhone 5 also supports connectivity including WCDMA, EVDO, dual-band 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth. Nano-SIM card supported sports even more convenience.

    As for calls, the iPhone 5 has three microphones: front, bottom and back. There’s also a noise-cancelling earpiece, and something called “wideband audio” for more natural sounding calls. It won’t be compatible with all networks, but Orange was mentioned as a wideband adopter.

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  • iPhone 5 US pre-order on September 12 while international rollout in October

    Posted on August 13th, 2012 David Brooks | 85 comments

    According to the reliable sources from iMore, who have provided accurate Apple data in the past and reported that Apple would hold a special September 12th Apple event for its next-gen iPhone, iPhone 5 or whatever Apple may decide to call it, the U.S. pre-order of iPhone 5 would be available that same day, while the international pre-order of iPhone 5 might begin in the first week of October, most probably October 5. iMore cited that the information on Apple pre-orders comes from sources that have provided iMore with accurate iPhone related launch dates in the past. The information on the international launches comes from sources that have provided iMore’s network, Mobile Nations, with accurate information in the past.

    iPhone 5iMore also cited that the official release of Apple iPhone 5 would be set on September 21st, while the shipment of iPhone 5 is available within a week after pre-order. But the fact is that in years past, many customers who preorder their iPhones have received them a day or two earlier than the scheduled release date. So, it’s possible for you to get an earlier iPhone 5 arrival if you’ve pre-ordered it. While iPhone events and pre-orders haven’t always occurred at the same time, last year Apple introduced the iPhone 4S on October 4, 2011, and made pre-orders available the following Friday on October 7. This year, it sounds like they’re being even more aggressive.

    Although these sources are still our guesses, from the performance of Apple and its retailers – from Best Buy to Target, as well as carrier Sprint, we can get to know the release date of iPhone 5 is much approaching. These retailers and carriers have dropped the price of the iPhone 4S recently, which strongly proves that the new iPhone is on the corner right waiting for the marketing wave. Also, Apple is matching these lower prices when you ask, while BGR said AT&T will offer the new iPhone in the last two weeks of September.

    Thus, after such a long period of waiting, we finally have less than one month to see what the iPhone 5 would be. How do you think of this new iPhone?

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  • Leaked pictures confirm the appearance of next Apple iPhone?

    Posted on May 30th, 2012 David Brooks | 453 comments

    The rumors about the next Apple iPhone begin to boost with the approaching of the WWDC 2012. A lot of eyes are focusing on the detailed phone specs and exact release date of the next generation of Apple iPhone. The tech blog 9to5mac.com on Tuesday just forwarded some leaked pictures of the next Apple iPhone, which were claimed to be from reliable Chinese parts supplier who is actually selling these parts. The leaked pictures could be the back plate for the upcoming new iPhone or one of the early prototypes people are talking about worldwide. From the leaked pictures, it’s very easy to tell that the next Apple iPhone owns a very similar appearance to that of iPhone 4S, but larger screen and thinner phone body. The iPhone 5 uses aluminum material with colorful panels on bottom and upper.

    iPhone 5 balck white By carefully looking into the picture, the leaked part does follow a lot of the rumors and speculations, like the smaller dock connector at the bottom and thinner overall appearance. We are told the extra space on the bottom is used by Apple to enhance the speakers that will be louder and of a higher quality than the current iPhone. The supplier said the back plate is just one piece anchored by an aluminium alloy (not liquidmetal).

    iPhone 5 white coverMeanwhile, these pictures seem to provide proofs of the speculations that the next iPhone would own a redesigned interface to be different from existing iPhones. The screen resolution is said to be 1136 x 640, with a screen size of 3.999 inches (diagonally), which excellently turns it to be a good choice of watching HD movies on iPhone 5.

    iPhone 5 black white coverTaking the strict secret keeping policies of Apple into consideration, these pictures could, or could not, be the next iPhone. All the truths are still to be seen until the official release of Apple iPhone 5. But we all hope Apple would bring the world not only a smartphone with new appearance, but also some other practical functions like NFC, iOS 6, A6 processor, better battery, 4G network connectivity, better camera, etc.

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  • iPhone 5 rumors summary of this week: excellent video shooting camera to be produced

    Posted on January 30th, 2012 David Brooks | 79 comments

    For the Apple iPhone fans out there, the next generation of Apple iPhone is absolutely a great anticipation this year. Various guess work and rumors have been done on it, like its release time, phone specifications, production, etc. Some websites even made some comparison between the next Apple iPhone and other reputed smart mobile phones. There is rumor that iPhone 5 production lines in China has been ready for mass production and it is revealed that the next iPhone would configure breakthrough cameras for better video shooting. I just collected the rumors on iPhone 5 of this week for sharing. Check the detailed information bellow:

    iPhone 51. iPhone 5 is to put into production for the summer release

    Based on reliable news, the iPhone 5 will be put into production. The new iPhone 5 will configure 4 inch large screen, which provides excellent digital video entertainment for users to watch HD videos on iPhone 5 or play Blu-ray movies on iPhone 5 as a portable HD video player. Compared with the tardy release of iPhone 4S, the new Apple iPhone is mostly going to be released in summer as tradition.

    2. iPhone 5 might configure superb camera

    There were rumors that once Jobs talked with Lytro CEO about a camera with superb video shooting technology, which is hardly to explain with the present technology knowledge. The iPhone 5 may configure Lytro camera, or the latest Sony camera sensors. Though Jobs was intended in the Lytro technology, according to the high price of Lytro camera (between $399-499) and technique difficulty to use on ultra-slim products, the next iPhone is mostly to configure Sony’s 8MP camera sensor.

    3. The next iPhone will be named as iPhone 5

    If we define the iPhone 4S is the 5th generation of Apple iPhone, the next iPhone should be the 6th generation. But it will still be named as iPhone 5.

    4. iPhone 5 will configure NFC technology

    The iPhone 4S was once rumored to take the NFC technology, but finally disappointed fans due to the immature of this technology, Apple explained. This technology is mostly to be realized in the next iPhone 5.

    5. iPhone 5 will adjust appearance to add a button for camera shooting

    Upon the video shooting convenience, it is rumored that Apple will adjust the appearance of iPhone 5 to add a button for video shooting.

    Well, the above are a summary of the rumors of iPhone 5 this week. By the way, it is also rumored that Apple will release a 43-inch TV with Siri supported and iPad 3 in a few months.

    Stay tuned for more information about iPhone 5.

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  • Top 8 most anticipated technical products of 2012

    Posted on January 9th, 2012 David Brooks | 78 comments

    With the fast development in technology, 2011 has brought the world quite a lot of surprises in mobile industry and other industries, like the Apple iPhone 4S, iOS 5, iPad 2, Android Ice-cream, and various popular tablets. These devices have made 2011 a glorious year in the development of communication history. Now, it has been 2012 already. And what we wonder for in 2012? Thanks to Jeff Bertolucci from PCWorld, who have made a conclusion on the most anticipated technical products of 2012. Now, I would like to share my own opinion about the most anticipated technical products in 2012 with top 8 options for your reference. Check the bellow content to get to know the Top 8 most anticipated technical products of 2012.

    Apple iPad 3

    Apple iPad 3If the gossip is true, the next-generation iPad will be a sight to behold. Its most compelling (alleged) feature: a 2048-by-1536-pixel display, offering four times the resolution of the iPad 2′s 1024-by-768-pixel screen and better user experience for users to watch HD videos on iPad. Considering that the iPad and iPad 2 each shipped in the spring, if the Apple Company maintains its tablet upgrade cycle, the iPad 3 is not far away.

    Microsoft Windows 8

    Windows 8Microsoft’s next operating system promises to be everything. Designed to power both tablets and conventional PCs, Windows 8 is ambitious and risky. The new OS will feature the touch-oriented Metro interface that we first saw in Windows Phone 7, which means Microsoft’s “reimagined” flagship OS will be the first Windows version since the iconic Windows 95 to revamp, rather than simply tweak, the desktop interface.

    Apple iPhone 5

    Apple iPhone 5Apple just released iPhone 4S last October as the successor of iPhone 4 with quite wonderful voice-recognizing personal assistant Siri and an excellent 8-megapixel camera. With the edge-to-edge design, the iPhone 4S provides even better video enjoyment for users to watch watch HD Blu-ray/DVD on iPhone 4S. The next generation of iPhone is firmly believed to be more suitable for HD video enjoyment. The rumored curved glass screen and daring teardrop shape are apparently still on the drawing board over in Cupertino. Assuming that the iPhone 5 arrives in 2012, it just might pack the visual wallop that Apple watchers have been waiting for.

    Quad-core Mobile device

    Quad-core mobile deviceSpeedy dual-core processors, such as Apple’s A5 in the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S, will soon be old news as even faster quad-core chips migrate to the mobile market. Chip maker Nvidia says that smartphones featuring its quad-core Tegra 3 processors may arrive in the first half of 2012. And quad-core tablets, such as the Tegra 3-powered Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime, are already here. Qualcomm, meanwhile, says that its quad-core Snapdragon chips will appear in Windows 8 tablets in the second half of 2012.

    Xbox 360 update

    Xbox 360Will the next-generation Xbox arrive in 2012? The latest rumors from reliable sources, including Supersite for Windows editor Paul Thurrott, say the next Xbox is slated for a 2013 debut. Until then, Xbox fans will have to be content with software upgrades, including an Xbox 360 dashboard update sporting a Windows 8, Metro-style interface.

    Android 4.0 phones

    Android 4.0 PhoneThe latest version of Google’s mobile operating system is already generating buzz in the mobile world. Android 4.0 offers a lot to love: a polished interface, improved multitasking, better search tools, and the intriguing-yet-gimmicky Face Unlock and Android Beam.

    Plus, a fresh batch of Android smartphones (led by the Samsung Galaxy Nexus) and a new generation of tablets (including the Asus Eee Pad Transformer 2) are designed specifically for Android 4.0, also known as Ice Cream Sandwich.

    Windows Phone 7 Platform

    Windows Phone 7 platformThe Microsoft platform is very strong in the enterprise space because of the management and security features released in 6.x. Windows Phone 7, released in 2010, will be a leap forward for Microsoft, with strong hardware and UI standardization better integration with social networks. Nokia’s adoption of WP7 should also help spur sales, and WP7 handsets such as the Samsung Focus S are getting good reviews. The next 12 months may decide whether Windows Phone 7 handsets succeed or go the way of the Zune.

    Sony Playstation Vita

    Sony PlayStation VitaSony’s Vita, announced last year, includes a five-inch display, dual analog sticks for game controls and a quad-core processor. The Vita will come in two models, one version with Wi-Fi only while the other version with Wi-Fi and 3G cellular connectivity. The detailed price levels of both two versions have been confirmed online: the version that includes both Wi-Fi and 3G offers two AT&T data plans: $15 for 250 megabytes a month or $25 for 2 gigabytes a month, while the Wi-Fi-only device will cost $250, and the 3G-plus-Wi-Fi one will cost $300.

    These are the top 8 most anticipated technical products in 2012. Of course, there are still many other advanced tech products which also are worthy of waiting and longing for. What are you looking for this year? You can share with us your own opinions in the comment part.

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  • More iPhone 5 specs leaked for a probably October 4th release

    Posted on September 27th, 2011 David Brooks | 99 comments

    During a speech at the Discovery Invest Leadership Summit, Al Gore, former Vice President of the United States and current Apple board member, stated that new Apple iPhones will be released next month. This well indicates that either there would be one new iPhone model on multiple carriers, or two new iPhone models are ready for the October release. There are also reports which tell that there would be more than 30 million iPhone 5 handsets with an upgraded antenna and other changes ready to be released. The release date of Apple iPhone 5 has been most probably confirmed to be October 4th, but what about the specs of Apple iPhone 5? Check the bellow content to get an overview about Apple iPhone 5 specs.

    iPhone 5

    Compared with iPhone 4, the iPhone 5 made a big upgrade in various points:

    1. Like the iPad 2, the new iPhone 5 adopts the dual-core A5 processor for faster processing speed and better gaming effect and graphical display. What is prior to iPad 2 is that the iPhone 5 features with 1GB RAM, which not only means the better performance in surfing the internet, but total different performance in background task as well. Thus no matter you want to watch DVD on iPhone 5 or watch HD Blu-ray on iPhone 5, you would enjoy more than before.

    2. The iPhone 5 also comes with big upgrade in photographic system with 8MP camera and backlit sensor. And according to the discovery in iOS SDK, the iPhone 5 may function with the ability for full view shooting.

    3. The iPhone 5 would come with Qualcomm Gobi baseband chip to support both GSM and CDMA network connection. It is still to be confirmed whether Apple is trying to configure virtual SIM card and NFC chipset.

    4. A new shinning point of iPhone 5 is the new Assistant software. Assistant is the Global Voice Navigation system which needs CPU of A5 processor, thus users couldnot experience it on iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS. And as a supplement to Assistant, iPhone 5 would also include Nuance to transfer voice to script. Users only need to click the transmitter when inputting voice.

    All the specs and new features of Apple iPhone 5 would be clear on October 4th. And maybe more surprises would come to users that day. Stay tuned for more information on the iPhone 5.

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  • Will October 4th become the big day for Apple and Apple fans with the arrival of iPhone 5

    Posted on September 22nd, 2011 David Brooks | 7 comments

    Apple iPhone 5 has been a long concern among the world. People have highly anticipated worldwide for what excellent performance AppleApple iconiPhone 5 would bring out. The most reliable date about the release of iPhone 5 is October 4th, while the new CEO Tim Cook will take the stage to host the unveiling. We also believe that the iPhone 5 would be the first big event the new CEO Tim Cook is going to bring to Apple fans. Zack Whittaker from ZDNet had written a post on the information about October 4th event upon the Apple iPhone 5. Read the following reports for the detailed information.

    Reports are circulating around the media wires this morning that Apple’s new chief executive, Tim Cook, will take to the stage and announce ’something’.

    John Paczkowski with the Wall Street Journal’s AllThingsD network, says that Apple’s next event will be held on October 4, where it is most likely that the next-generation iPhone 5 smartphone will be unveiled.

    Hedging on the side of caution, Paczkowski has long claimed through sources of his own that the launch will be in October. Sources say that the iPhone will be made available for purchase within a few weeks after the announcement.

    Update: As Jason Hiner, editor-in-chief of TechRepublic, ZDNet’s sister site, points out, the Moscone Center where previous launches have been made is “booked out” for Oracle on October 4th. Apple previously used the Moscone for WWDC 2011 earlier this year. Whether this means the October 4th date is a busted flush, or it means Apple already has another venue in mind, it is yet to be known.

    There has been wide speculation over the device, which is believed to have changed in screen size and dimensions. Other leaks point to a radical new design, whereas leaked device cases show that the smartphone will remain widely the same.

    The truth is: Apple has done it again. We have no real idea what the next-generation iPhone will look like.

    Apple iPhone 5But while consumers will be looking for the new iPhone, as the highly anticipated Christmas and holiday season seller of the year, analysts and journalists will be looking at Tim Cook, who replaced Steve Jobs over the summer after he resigned from the company.

    Cook will be in charge of the event, and no doubt will take to the stage as Apple’s new chief executive to announce the device. He has to be — he’s the boss. But Cook has never done this before, and will no doubt be aided by other executives to make their own announcement.

    But as this may be Cook’s first presentation to the world, it has not been his first major challenge as chief executive.

    Late last month, an Apple employee reportedly lost an iPhone 5 prototype in a bar in San Francisco. Bad luck struck twice, only a year after the Gawker media storm after the iPhone 4 was sold to the media company. A huge controversy began when Apple security staff alleged to have impersonated police officers when searching the suspect’s home, when the device ended up in someone else’s hands.

    Though Steve Jobs continues to serve as chair of the Apple board, Tim Cook has already had a tough couple of months. Nevertheless, for consumers, the iPhone 5 will be the prime focus for the day.

    Source from:

    http://www.zdnet.com/blog/btl/october-4-apples-next-big-event-iphone-5-expected-to-be-unveiled/58570?tag=nl.e539

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  • Top 20 Anticipated New Features towards iPhone 5

    Posted on August 19th, 2011 David Brooks | 82 comments

    There have been quite a number of rumors towards the specs and features of the most anticipated upcoming iPhone 5. But just like before, Apple is keep mouth tight on the next generation of Apple iPhone. Thus, so many guesses and speculations about Apple iPhone 5 emerge online. What new features and specs of iPhone 5 people most concern about? A CNET report has made a summary for us. And combined with the pictures provided in this post, I made a slideshow about the 20 new features people anticipated most. Let’s take a look.

    Check the slideshow:

    As usual, Apple is keeping the iPhone rumor mills working at a fast and furious pace. Some new features we know from details of iOS 5, many are based on wide-spread rumors, and others are just fantasy. So here we go with this list of what the ideal iPhone 5 features we’d like to see, as compiled by David Carnoy of CNET’s Fully Equipped. Also see CNET’s iPhone 5 rumor roundup.

    Credit: MacRumors commissioned this mock-up based on alleged iPhone 5 case schematics. MacRumors.com

    Apple iPhone

    Enhanced voice control
    Rumors have been circulating for a while that voice controls are coming to the iPhone. But when? Certainly no one would complain if you were ablet to compose and send e-mails or text messages with the sound of your voice. Chances of implementation: 70 percent

    Micro-HDMI out
    Right now you need Apple’s $39 Digital AV to send HD video or audio to a TV or monitor but a a built-in Micro-HDMI port, similar to the ones available in Android smartphones, would only cost a $5 cable. Chances of implementation: 2 percent. Photo credit: Apple

    Removable battery
    Dream on. Chances of implementation: 1 percent. Photo credit: Jim Young

    Expandible memory
    Another fat chance. Chances of implementation: 1 percent. Photo credit: Kingston

    Biometric security
    Taking security to the next level where you can unlock your phone with a finger swipe instead of a password. Chances of implementation: 25 percent. Photo credit: Apple

    NFC-enabled (near field communication technology)
    With better security, there’s a better chance that you could use your iPhone to make payments like a credit card. You could also use it as a car key. Chances of implementation: 35 percent. Photo credit: Visa

    More memory
    How about a 64-GB version? Chances of implementation: 50 percent. Photo credit: iLounge.com

    Improved home screen and notifications system
    iOS 5 promises a more customizable home screen, a “real” dashboard, and a better notifications system. iPhones have been falling short of Android devices in this area. Chances of implementation: 100 percent. Photo credit: Apple

    Better cloud-computing support
    This is coming on iCloud this fall. No videos yet but you can mirror your music library, regardless of the origin, for $25 per year. Chances of implementation: 100 percent. Photo credit: Apple

    Video chat (FaceTime) over cellular network
    FaceTime works on Wi-Fi on iPhone 4 and it looks like you will be able to use it on a cellular network with iOS 5 but the carriers might be in control. Chances of implementation: 75 percent. Photo credit: Apple

    Flash support
    Well… Chances of implementation: 1 percent

    Larger screen
    Users want a larger screen but they don’t want to pay the price – a bigger product with a shorter battery life. Chances of implementation: 50 percent. Photo credit: 9to5Mac

    Better camera
    Rumors say Sony is developing an 8 mega-pixel camera for the iPhone. Plus, iOS 5 will let you activate the camera from the lock screen and use the volume button on the side of the phone as a shutter. Chances of implementation: 95 percent. Photo credit: James Martin/CNET

    Dual-core processor
    The 1GHz A5 dual-core processor that’s in the iPad 2 will most likely power the iPhone 5. Other phone makers such as LG and Motorola are already using dual-core chips. Chances of implementation: 100 percent. Photo credit: Apple

    Universal carrier support (CDMA and GSM)
    Apparently, Apple already uses the Qualcomm MDM6600 chip that’s capable of running on both CDMA and GSM networks. But GSM network support is not enabled in the Verizon iPhone 4. Rumors say a Sprint iPhone with both networks is being tested. Chances of implementation: 70 percent. Photo credit: iFixit.com

    Better battery life
    This usually comes with a new model. iPhone 4 had a 40 percent battery life than iPhone 3GS. Chances of implementation: 80 percent

    Fewer failed and dropped calls
    AT&T appears to be the biggest culprit although many blame the iPhone itself. Sprint could draw off enough customers to keep the network from getting clogged. Chances of implementation: 45 percent

    An actual redesign
    Rumors are off the charts – some suggest that Apple could use its iPad 2 design. Chances of implementation: 50 percent. Photo credit: culttofmac.com

    4G network compatibility
    It will come eventually but whether now is the time is up in the air. Many think Apple hasn’t figured out how to preserve battery life while using a 4G data network. Chances of implementation: 50 percent

    Source from: http://www.zdnet.com/photos/iphone-5-wish-list-20-new-features-we-want-the-most-photos/6279715?seq=21&tag=content;photo-frame#photo-frame

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