Leaked Alleged Next-Generation iPhone Casing Suggests Significant Design Changes

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According to 9to5Mac, who cites an unnamed source, if the images they received are “genuine”,  Apple’s next-generation iPhone will have a completely different design from that of its processor’s. The most apparent and notable difference between the alleged iPhone backing and the one used on the current iPhone 4S is the middle section. In the leaked photos, it appears to …

Facebook Hiring Former Apple iPhone And iPad Engineers To Develop Their Own Smartphone

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While there have been rumors of Facebook breaking into the mobile phone industry in the past, they were all but dead – until now. The New York Times has seemingly resurrected the rumors of a Facebook phone with a new report suggesting the company will debut a smartphone by next year. It’s said that Facebook has already recruited numerous engineers …

Siri Dictation To Arrive On Other Apple Devices, Starting With Macs?

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Siri and Dictation are presented as two of the iPhone 4S’ key selling points and certainly the most talked about features after both the unveiling and the release of Apple’s second newest iOS-based device. Moreover, when introducing the third-generation iPad, Apple highlighted Dictation (an aspect of Siri) as one of the six major changes and upgrades to entice customers to …

Leaked Next-Generation Parts Suggest A 4-Inch iPod Touch Display

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Today, MacRumors received images from a source that are reportedly parts for the next-generation iOS-based devices. The piece that stands out most is an alleged front panel for the next-generation iPod Touch. The supplier claims that the display on Apple’s next iPod Touch will be vertically larger than that of its predecessors, measuring approximately 4.1 inches diagonally.

Will The Next-Generation iPhone Feature A 4-Inch Display? Two New Reports Back Up Rumors

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As rumored for some time now, The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple placed orders for displays that are “at least 4 inches diagonally” – presumably for the next-generation iPhone. Apple’s current iPhone, and all previous models, have retained the introductory screen size of 3.5-inches. A larger display would not only appease the demands of customers who claim the iPhone …