• Focus on WWDC 2013: All iPad Mini 2 Rumors Sum-up

    Posted on May 29th, 2013 David Brooks | 66 comments

    Opening worldwide from June 10 to June 14 at the Moscone West in San Francisco, this highly anticipated WWDC 2013 will be worth the wait. The WWDC has been the legendary platform for some major announcements in Apple’s devices, hardware and software. At the countdown for this massive tech giant Apple’s annual developer conference, you may guess what new things can an Apple enthusiast wait for unveiling at this event? Here’s a list of rumored/expected things:

    * iPhone 5S/iPhone 6
    *  iOS 7
    * MacBook Air with Retina
    * 5th generation iPad
    * Apple TV
    * Second generation iPad Mini

    WWDC 2013

    There are a lot of speculations earlier about things being launched at WWDC 2013, today we will get down to concluding the second generation iPad Mini rumors.

    The first generation iPad Mini came to stores to rival with a series of market-hit midsize tablets that mainly include Amazon Kindle Fire and Google Nexus 7. But, the Apple rival has been feeble and less powerful to lock horns with its alternatives. What is more, it has also been missing Apple’s landmark Retina display. So a second upgrade to iPad Mini can ne keenly expected, and it will be rolling out with a Retina display, better processor, a refurbished design and a lot of similar advances.

    Display: flexible?

    Drawn from rumors, the next generation iPad Mini is with 2048×1536 pixel Retina display so that the pixel density of the 7.9-inch screen can achieve to 326ppi which is higher than iPad 4 (264ppi). For the sake that mass production of flexible OLED TV display from LG has started, and more importantly LG has became the display supplier of next generation iPad Mini, there is great possibility the second generation iPad Mini will be equipped with flexible display.

    iPad mini 2

    Appearance: ultra-narrow frame or become thicker?

    News from Holland website MobiLeaks indicates that the next generation iPad Mini is 0.3mm thicker than the first generation iPad Mini (7.5mm VS. 7.2mm). The reason of the increased thickness lies in the fact that there must be sacrifice in hardware upgrades of iPad Mini 2.

    Inner specifications: upgraded camera or vibration function?

    Many people think that iPad Mini 2 will take A6X processor into use, but Holland website MobiLeaks states that next generation iPad Mini will be applied with A7 processor and quad-core GPU. Battery capacity will be improved simultaneously.

    The front-facing camera will be upgraded from 1.2 million pixels to 2 million pixels, at the same time the rear camera will be upgraded from 5 million pixels to 8 million pixels.

    In addition, vibration motor may be added to next generation iPad Mini so as to enrich experience while playing games with this tablet.

    Will iPad Mini 2 debut on WWDC 2013? Just wait and see…

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  • Popular iPhone 5 rumors on hardware & software features and release date

    Posted on May 15th, 2012 David Brooks | 51 comments

    We did a lot of guess work last year about the next generation of iPhone, which was mostly supposed to be iPhone 5, but finally turned to be iPhone 4S. And now, the anticipations and rumors about the next iPhone have been widely spread around the world. Especially since last Saturday, when Hong Kong-based components supplier SW-Box claimed to have gained possession of a group of new components of iPhone 5, including a headphone jack, ear speaker, and a Wi-Fi cable part, which are all allegedly being built for Apple’s sixth-generation iPhone. Other features of iPhone 5 leaked from SW-Box included a new SIM card tray and slightly tweaked home buttons, all minor changes to the design. But there were reports that Apple is leaning towards bigger and brighter displays, a thinner form factor, and a slew of new software features, which may suggest a totally different design from that of iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. As Apple’s WWDC 2012 is not far away, we may want to know whether Apple would officially release the iPhone 5 on WWDC 2012 or not (there’re rumors that iPhone 5 to be released on June’s WWDC and shipment available this October). This is still unknown. But before that, let’s make a collection of the popular rumors on iPhone 5’s features.

    iPhone 5 images

    Here’re some rumored features and release date of iPhone 5. Let’s take a look.

    iPhone 5 release date: Currently, the release date of iPhone 5 is most rumored to be the mid of late 2012, wherein October seems to be the most reliable month for the iPhone 5. And the first appearance of iPhone 5 is mostly believed to be around the WWDC 2012, this June.

    iPhone 5 form: It’s been commonly recognized that the new iPhone would adopt quite new physical design from that of iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. There have been anticipations about its size; some said it would be a 5-inch device while some others said a 4-inch device is likely. Personally, I would agree with the latter.

    iPhone 5 processor: It’s highly believed that the new iPhone 5 would adopt a quad-core processor, which might be called the Apple A6. We had expected some kind of help in terms of predicting the iPhone 5 CPU from the launch of the new iPad, but the announcement of a slightly tweaked A5X processor really didn’t help things there.

    iPhone 5 network connectivity: The new iPhone 5 is believed to have support for 4G/LTE network connectivity. Two reasons for this: one is the 4G network connectivity on new iPad, and the other one is that there’ve been so many 4G handsets in the smartphone market.

    iPhone 5 screen: In March 2012, new reports suggested that the new iPhone 5 would come sporting a larger 4.6-inch retina display, while April rumours even suggested the next iPhone will use new touch technology and will be encased in something called “liquidmetal.”

    iPhone 5 digital wallet: With so many handsets realized NFC (Near Field Communication technology) as phone payment system, the next iPhone is widely considered to include digital wallet. Apple won a major patent on March 6 for a piece of technology called the “iWallet”, a digital system that gives users complete control over their subsidiary financial accounts on their iPhones, and also leverages Near-Field Communication technology to complete credit card transactions directly on the phone as well.

    iPhone 5 camera: Sources have suggested the new iPhone could have an 8MP camera. Indeed, Sony announced in January 2012 that it had developed new back-illuminated stacked CMOS image sensors which are smaller in size.

    iPhone 5 price: The new iPhone will cost around £500 for a 16GB / 32GB model (depending on the capacity Apple whacks in there) and unless the iPhone 5 comes with some truly next generation technology that pricing model should hold firm.

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  • The Next Apple iPhone confirmed to be iPhone 5 and may be released in September on a special Apple event

    Posted on June 22nd, 2011 David Brooks | 36 comments

    The BGR (Boy Genius Reports) quoted “Reliable” news that the has proved the next Apple iPhone to be confirmed as Apple iPhone 5, rather than little upgraded Apple iPhone 4S. And according to the release date of iPhone 5, the reports said it might be set in Auguest on an unusual Apple event, or late on the annual iPod release conference in September. Upon the recent rumors on iPhone 5 and Apple sell the bare versions of iPhone 4 without subsidies; the latter release date seems to be more reasonable.

    Apple iPhone 5

    So far, BGR suggests and confidently says that the phone will have a “radical new case design” with an edge-to-edge full screen display. It will look nothing like the previous iPhone’s and is set to stun Apple fans, according to reports. It also suggests there will be a bigger home screen button and that the back of the phone will be very similar to the iPod Touch with a curved back.

    Other reports suggest that the iPhone 5 will run the same ARM A5 1GHz dual-core processor as the famous & popular iPad 2. It will sport an 8-megapixel camera with the ability to shoot 1080p HD video and will have a 720p HD screen.

    One thing that is for sure is that the next Apple iPhone 5 would absolutely adopt the iOS 5 operation system, which has been revealed on Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) together with iCloud music service and Mac OS X Lion.

    Anyway, these are just our predications towards Apple iPhone 5 and Apple has been keeping silence for all time. In a fast developing electronic market of smart mobile phones with so many new and powerful smart phones emerged quickly one after another, just like Nokia N9 and HTC Kingdom, how long can you wait for Apple iPhone 5?


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  • Apple WWDC 2011 Memior: Detailed Features of Mac OS X Lion, Ios 5 and iCloud

    Posted on June 7th, 2011 David Brooks | 75 comments

    Today, in San Francisco, Apple launched its Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2011 with more than 5000 developers attending. Like so many others not lucky enough to attend this annual conference, I was glued to a number of live blogs reporting on the annual technique feast.

     

    Apple WWDC 2011


    On the WWDC, Steve Jobs made a keynote address, which includes the leading roles of this annual conference, respectively referring to the next version of Mac OS X (“Lion”), the next version of the iPhone/iPad/Touch software (“iOS 5”), and a new online syncing service called iCloud. There are a lot of reports on these three new products right before the launch of WWDC, however, very few detailed information was announced before. After the inauguration ceremony, more detailed features of Lion, iOS 5 and iCloud had been revealed.


    Here is a brief summary of detailed features for the three:


    The next version of Mac OS X: Lion (Available this July at $29 only through App Store)

    WWDC 2011 Mac OS X LionThe next version of Mac OS X (Lion) includes more than 250 new features. Schiller, Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide product marketing, gave a short overview of the first three – Multitouch gestures, fullscreen applications, and Mission Control, while Federighi, vice president of OS X software, made a quick demonstration. Other features demonstrated: Launchpad, the iOS-esque application-management tool; Resume, which saves the states of your windows and work on quit; Auto Save and Versions, which offer easy version management control in a Time Machine-like interface; AirDrop, a peer-to-peer Wi-Fi-based network; and an upgraded version of Mail, featuring a three-column interface, conversation view, search suggestions, and color-coding; new Mail function, Built-in FaceTime, etc.  

    iOS 5: the next version of the iPhone/iPad/Touch software

    WWDC 2011 iOS 5Apple senior vice president Scott Forstall covered 10 new features out of the 200 planned for iOS 5, the next iteration of the company’s mobile operating system for Apple devices, including: New Push-Notification system: combines notifications of all apps. More humanized designed. Only a simple click could lead you to check or dismiss notifications; Newsstand: a devoted app for accessing and downloading those periodicals; Twitter: Apple combines Twitter with several functions like camera, map, contacts, etc; Safari: a new feature – Reader, lets you get (and share) all the content of an article, removing navigation, ads, and other content-leaving only the text; and some other new features included in iOS 5 include Reminders, upgraded Camera, Mail (rich text formatting, full-text searching, drag-and-drop address, text composition, and more), PC Free (wireless upgrading), Game Center, iMessage (new message service for all Apple users), etc.

    Apple iCloud: new online syncing service

    WWDC 2011 iCloudApple iCloud is what MobileMe was intended to be, but better . Steve Jobs made the demonstration for Apple iCloud, which combines the previous MobileMe but is free for Apple users. The iCloud would enable users to sync emails, bookmarks, iBooks, app purchases, song purchases and photos to and among your iOS devices, Macs, PCs and the Web. These have been the default settings and functions of Apple iCloud. Besides these, Apple users would also be provided with an upgraded 5GB mail storage. iTunes iCloud would be tested on iOS 4.3, while the release time is set to be the same as that of Ios 5, both in this July. An additional service was mentioned during Jobs’ demonstration that is called as iTunes Match. For $25 a year, an iTunes Match user will be able to add music not purchased from iTunes to his or her iCloud music collection. The number of songs an iTunes Match subscriber can store is unlimited.


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  • Apple revealed Apple iCloud and Apple iOS 5 on Worldwide Developers Conference

    Posted on June 6th, 2011 David Brooks | 197 comments

    Apple Introduces iCloud

    June 6, 2011

    Apple today introduced iCloud, a set of free new cloud services that work seamlessly with applications onApple iCloud your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, Mac, or PC to automatically and wirelessly store your content and push it to all your devices. iCloud services include new versions of Contact, Calendar, and Mail; iCloud Backup and Storage; Photo Stream; and iTunes in the Cloud. And for just $24.99 a year, iTunes Match will give you all of the benefits of iTunes in the Cloud for music you haven’t purchased from iTunes. iCloud will be available this fall, along with iOS 5. A free beta version of iTunes in the Cloud is available today in the U.S. and requires iTunes 10.3 and iOS 4.3.3.


    Apple Previews iOS 5

    June 6, 2011

    Apple today previewed iOS 5, the latest version of the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, with over 200 new features that will be available as a free software update to iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch users this fall. New iOS 5 features include: Notification Center, an innovative way to easily view and manage notifications in one place without interruption; iMessage, a new messaging service that lets you send text messages, photos, and videos between all iOS 5 devices; and Newsstand, a new way to purchase and organize your newspaper and magazine subscriptions. And with iOS 5, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch users can activate and set up new iOS devices right out of the box and get software updates over the air — no computer required.

    Apple iOS5

    Sources from http://www.apple.com/hotnews/.

  • Apple Press News: Apple to Unveil Next Generation Software at Keynote Address on Monday, June 6 of WWDC

    Posted on June 1st, 2011 David Brooks | 141 comments

    Yesterday, Apple has officially released an Apple Press for the upcoming Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). It is reported in this press that Steve Jobs will kick off a keynote address on Monday, June 6 at 10:00 a.m. which would include the next generation software of Apple: Mac OS X Lion, Ios 5 and iCloud.

    Apple WWDC 2011

    CUPERTINO, California—May 31, 2011—Apple® CEO Steve Jobs and a team of Apple executives will kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address on Monday, June 6 at 10:00 a.m. At the keynote, Apple will unveil its next generation software – Lion, the eighth major release of Mac OS® X; iOS 5, the next version of Apple’s advanced mobile operating system which powers the iPad®, iPhone® and iPod touch®; and iCloud®, Apple’s upcoming cloud services offering.

     

    WWDC will feature more than 100 technical sessions presented by Apple engineers. Mac® developers will see and learn how to develop world-class Mac OS X Lion applications using its latest technologies and capabilities. Mobile developers will be able to explore the latest innovations and capabilities of iOS and learn how to greatly enhance the functionality, performance and design of their apps. All developers can bring their code to the labs and work with Apple engineers. ” – From Apple PR library.


    From this keynote address, we could get the info that there is no iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S mentioned here. The previous rumor about the next generation of iPhone to come out on WWDC 2011 could not be true. And we may have the reason to think that this big conference of Apple would mostly focus on software upgrading, rather than hardware releasing.


    More info about the Apple WWDC 2011 would be released here.

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  • Apple iOS 5 adds brand new Notification system and widgets

    Posted on May 30th, 2011 David Brooks | 218 comments

    The upcoming Apple iOS 5 on the Apple’s WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) has been confirmed to include Nuance Voice Recognition technology, though this tech has not been supported by the existing iOS voice control system. Some other exciting news about the Apple iOS 5 includes the brand new Notification system and widgets introductions.

    Apple iOS 5 features

    The notifications scheme on the iPhone and other iOS devices has been long complained from users for its messy, distracting and obtrusive design. Earlier in this February, there were reports on the improvement of Apple iOS Notification system. The detailed information about the upcoming iOS 5 Notification system has not been revealed. However, there exists a very popular iOS Notification concept online – Bidirectional Slider Notification design, showed in the picture bellow. Sliding the block left would result in iOS dismissing the currently displayed message to display the second in line, while a simple slide to the right would open up the necessary applications to let users review the notifications.

    Bidirectional slider concept notification

    As far as widgets go, CultofMac suggests that the new widget system could look something like the concept designed by graphic designer Jan-Michael Cart, who made a mock-up of a widget system that would make iOS more like OS X and its Dashboard feature, with widgets on pages to the left of the home screen and applications to the right, as they are currently.

    Apple iOS 5 widgets

    It is also reported that Apple would launch the Mac OS X Lion on the WWDC together with the Apple iOS 5 to get more attractions from users.


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  • Latest News about iPhone 5: Start Mass Production in September and Hit Market in October

    Posted on April 18th, 2011 David Brooks | 26 comments

    Hi everybody, here I would like to shall with you the latest news about iPhone 5: a report from Apple Insider yesterday reveals that Apple would start trial production of the iPhone 5 in August and mass production in September, with the market availability to be possible in October. With the release date confirmed to be June  6th at Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), 2011, most people are focusing on the market date and specifications of the next generation iPhone. From this report, now we may have a rough perception about the Apple iPhone 5

    Apple iPhone 5

    For the specifications of iPhone 5, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of Concord Securities said he heard from “supply chain sources” that the iPhone 5 will be equipped with a faster A5 processor and 8-megapixel rear camera, which can be currently found in Apple iPad 2, a new wireless chipset, which would be compatible with both GSM and CDMA networks, and an improved antenna.

    If this is true, then according to my previous post on the iOS 5 release date, the next generation of iPhone may be configured with the iOS 5. Also, Kuo said the iOS 5 would be a “big feature” in the iPhone 5, which is also highly anticipated.

    If we take into consideration of the Japan earthquake, which has caused big shortage in mobile component and materials, then this news becomes even more credible. However, people may also keep skeptical about this for the strong sales of iPhone 4.

    Though Apple is unlikely to make any comment or reveal any information about the production of iPhone 5, this news is most acceptable and credible.

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