Posts Tagged ‘leaked’
Welcome to the hundred-and-twenty-fourth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss a new Jailbreak ‘dream team’ dubbed Evad3rs, leaked PS4 and Xbox 720 specifications, an iPhone with a 4.7-inch display, leaked iPad 5 and iPhone 5S details and more.
Following last week’s rather vague technical capabilities leak for both Microsoft and Sony’s next-generation gaming consoles, VGLeaks has just publicized what appears to be detailed specifications for the next Xbox. Promising to unveil details on the fourth PlayStation (codenamed Orbis) in the weeks to come, VGLeaks has already released what they believe to be accurate […]
Today ETrade Supply, a parts firm who received iPhone 5 components as far back as June, publicized a new set of leaked images they believe to be the display for Apple’s rumored iPad Mini tablet. The display, measuring at 162mm in height by 124mm in width, or 6.3 inches by 4.8 inches, is said to […]
According to Nowhereelse, a Chinese forum by the name of WeiPhone has leaked two pictures of what they’re claiming to be the “iPhone 5’s” logic board. A key component in the iPhone, the logic board connects the processor and other chips that enable the device to properly function.
With Apple’s iPhone media event rumored to be held on September 12th, there have been no shortage of rumors pertaining to the “iPhone 5″. Love it or hate it, one primary design has been the focal point for the plethora of rumors surrounding the next-genertion device.
Welcome to the one-hundredth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the leaked next-generation “iPhone 5″ images and parts, recent rumors iOS 6 beta 4 and more.
After numerous leaks pertaining to the “new iPhone”, today Nowhereelse posted images of what they’re claiming is the connector end of the USB that’s compatible with the next-generation iPhone.
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.