In a new report, CNET suggests that T-Mobile will detail plans to finally sell Apple’s iPhone during tomorrows UNcarrier event. Scheduled to take place tomorrow, March 26th, in New York City, the event will showcase the carrier’s forthcoming new structure. T-Mobile is going completely “Un,” with their new “Un-contract” and “Un-limt” rebranding scheme.
According to a recent report from DigiTimes, next-generation iPhone parts and components could begin shipping as early as the end of May. If accurate, the forthcoming iPhone, unofficially dubbed the iPhone 5S, may be released sometime within the third quarter of this year – aligning with other reports suggesting that the iPhone 5S will be […]
With Apple expected to unveil the next-generation iPhone sometime within the late-summer to fall timeframe, there’s no shortage of rumors related to the upcoming iPhone. Today, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reiterates reports of Apple launching a low-cost iPhone alongside full-cost models this year. Featuring the same 4-inch Retina display as the iPhone 5 and […]
With Samsung scheduled to unveil the Galaxy S IV tomorrow (Thursday, March 14th) evening, the anticipation couldn’t be higher amongst Android fanatics and even some iOS fans are admittedly curious as to what Apple’s major rival will reveal. While early reports claimed that Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S smartphone will feature impressive eye-tracking technology and a […]
According to a report from China Times today, a Taiwanese chip contractor by the name of Chipbond has apparently been selected to produce a number of components for the forthcoming iPhone 5S, including chips for a fingerprint scanner and NFC (near field communication) functionality. The article also purposes that the alleged fingerprint scanner will also […]
According to Digitimes, both Apple and Samsung are planning to unveil wireless charging solutions for their “flagship” smartphones within 2013. While Digitimes’ “industry sources” claim that Samsung will most definitely utilize Qi inductive charging technology (the current inductive power standard), Apple is allegedly developing their own proprietary wireless charging technology.
Today, Reuters published a new article, reporting that Intel’s plans to manufacture chips for other companies may include Apple as a future customer for their A-series iPhone, iPod touch and iPad SOCs (system on a chip). Currently, Apple is heavily reliant on their nemesis (Samsung) when it comes to processors for their post-PC iOS devices.
According to a recent report from the Japanese blog Macotakara, Foxconn is preparing to ramp up production on the rumored forthcoming iPhone 5S, which can be manufactured using the same production lines as the current iPhone 5. The blog report also suggests that while Japan’s main cellular provider – NTT DoCoMo – doesn’t carry iPhones […]