Posted by A Ocean on March 5, 2013 ·
Apple may launch the next version of iPhone, dubbed iPhone 5S in August this year, with an update to i Pad series including both a fifth generation 9.7-inch iPad and a second gen iPad mini in April according to sources familiar with Apple’s plans speaking to iMore’s Rene Ritchie.
iMore reports that the next iPhone will it will come with a better camera and a faster chip which is only natural, it [...]
Posted by A Ocean on January 14, 2013 ·
Apple Decreased iPhone 5 Components Orders Due to Weak Demand, Apple has cut orders for iPhone 5 screens and other components due to weaker than expected demand, according to the Wall Street Journal. :
Apple’s orders for iPhone 5 screens for the January-March quarter, for example, have dropped to roughly half of what the company had previously planned to order, two of the people said.
The Cupertino, [...]
Posted by A Ocean on November 29, 2012 ·
Apple generally does not sell iPhones without a carrier contract in U.S., reportedly, it’s making an exception with iPhone 5 with images leak depicting pricing of that device on Apple online Store
A report from 9t05Mac claims that Apple will start selling unlocked iPhones as early as Thursday night EST through its online store, they will be available in Retail Stores soon . unlocked pricing [...]
Posted by A Ocean on November 8, 2012 ·
Samsung Galaxy S III has now displaced Apple iPhone 4s as the world’s most popular smartphone from the iPhone for the third quarter of 2012, according to data from Strategy Analytics.
Neil Shah, Senior Analyst at Strategy Analytics, said, “Samsung’s Galaxy S3 smartphone model shipped 18.0 million units worldwide during the third quarter of 2012. The Galaxy S3 captured an impressive 11 [...]
Posted by A Ocean on October 17, 2012 ·
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Apple’s joy of selling five million pieces of iPhone 5 in 3 days was soon eclipsed by ‘scuffgate‘ and other issues, prominent among them was a delay in availability, which is because the device is hard to assemble according to a WSJ reports which quotes an ‘declined to be named’ Foxconn employee.
“The iPhone 5 is the most difficult [...]
Posted by A Ocean on October 10, 2012 ·
iPhone 5′s fragile and scratch prone surface was one of the major gripe of the users right since the device reached customers – earning it the moniker ‘scuffgate’, it was primarily caused due to Apple’s use of lightweight anodized aluminum for the iPhone 5′s uni-body chassis, resulting in some units to show signs of wear out-of-the-box.
To control the number of [...]
Posted by A Ocean on September 25, 2012 ·
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Switzerland’s national rail operator SBB accused Apple of stealing the iconic look of its station clocks for the iOS 6 operating system used by iPhone and iPad mobile devices. iOS6 includes a clock icon with black and red hands that uses an SBB design created in 1944.
SBB will not take a leaf out of Apple’s book and sue it for Billions the way Apple has done to its competitors, [...]
Posted by A Ocean on September 21, 2012 ·
Credit : AnandTech
Apple has always been secretive about the core component specifications of its devices, Apple’s iPhone 5′s custom made A6 processor was also the target of curiosity , thanks to tech blog AnandTech we now know the components of the A6 chip.
Analysis of the A6 die by AnandTech has confirmed that Apple is using a triple-core GPU with slightly higher clock speeds to double [...]
Posted by A Ocean on September 12, 2012 ·
During the Apple’s media event Tim Cook boasted “This is unlike anything we or anyone else in our industry has made before.“ let’s see how the iPhone 5 specifications stack up against its main competitors.
Credit : Mashable
Posted by A Ocean on September 12, 2012 ·
Credit : Engadget
As expected Apple took the wraps of its latest iPhone at the company’s massive press event in San Francisco. Pre-orders for the iPhone 5 will begin on September 14, and the device will ship to lucky consumers starting on September 21. The iPhone 5 will be launched in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong, and Singapore initially.