9to5Mac, a blog dedicated to breaking Apple news and rumors, claims to have details about the next major version of Apple’s personal computer media software: iTunes 11.
Earlier today a report surfaced indicating that Apple has already begun internally seeding iPhones with next-generation components (mainly an A5X chip and 1GB of RAM) that are disguised with iPhone 4/4S casing. Building on the above rumor, based on the findings of an analyst and his recent trip to Asia, the next-generation iPhone will be […]
According to 9to5Mac, Apple has started internally testing upgraded iPhone hardware that’s powered by an A5X variant – presumably similar to the iPad’s A5X chip, but underclocked to conserve power.
Last week a report broke of a Foxconn recruiter who suggested that the next-generation iPhone is being built for a June release and the news quickly spread across the web like wildfire.
With Intel’s next-generation Ivy Bridge processor line scheduled to debut near the end of this month, previous reports have suggested that Apple’s 2012 iMac will be released sometime between the Ivy Bridge processors being available and May. However, according to a recent report that cites Taiwan’s Economic Daily News, Apple may be planning to refresh […]
According to iMore’s sources, the next-generation iPhone will debut some time this fall (presumably September or October) and it will be equipped with 4G LTE capabilities.
This is the seventy-ninth episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and accurate technology related news and rumors. In this episode I discuss the new “iPad 3,3″ and iOS 5.1 untethered Jailbreak status, the 3rd-gen iPad itself, the new Apple TV 3 and more! Links to the […]
This is the seventy-seventh episode of my series titled “BestTechInfo And Rumors”! This series is all about providing current and accurate technology related news and rumors. In this episode I discuss all Apple’s next-generation iPad unveiling event, Windows 8 Consumer Preview, AT&T’s data throttling policy and more. Links to the articles discussed in this episode: