Posts Tagged ‘Display’
Today, 9to5Mac published new photos of what’s allegedly the front panel for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6, which is rumored to be released this fall. While we’ve seen numerous prototypes of the new device, and recently what looks like a real backing, this is the first time we’ve seen the supposed front.
According to a new report from Reuters, Sharp (one of Apple’s paramount mobile display manufacturing partners) has supposedly decelerated production of full-sized iPad displays at one of their plants. While sources didn’t go into great detail on the manufacturing cut, it’s likely justified by both a consumer interest shift to the smaller, lighter iPad mini […]
Following numerous “iPhone 5″ part leaks (including the proposed SIM tray, home button and, more recently, information pertaining to a smaller “9pin” dock connector), Nowhereelse has recently posted comparison charts of alleged “iPhone 5″ parts and corresponding parts from its predecessors.
Over the past few months, a popular topic throughout the blogosphere and even various news outlets, has been Apple’s next-generation iPhone. Of course, during this time, the majority of news and rumors were focused on a leaked design that sported a vertically enhanced screen and a two-tone back with a smaller dock connector port.
Recently, numerous websites have obtained different, alleged next-generation iPhone parts that share the same design and build quality. Only days ago, a hands-on video was release of what was supposedly the next-generation iPhone’s housing and other parts.
As reported by PatentlyApple today, August 2nd, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a rather peculiar and interesting patent application from Apple that highlights a rather intriguing concept for a next-generation Smart Cover.
After yesterday’s “iPhone 5″ back housing and parts were leaked by iLab, Macotakara created a short hands-on video with some of the same parts. The video, embedded below, provides more angels of the housing and an accurate representation of how the next-generation iPhone may look when held.
A Japanese site by the name of iLab recently publicized high-definition photos of what they’re claiming to be Apple’s next-generation iPhone (two of which are featured above and below).