Posts Tagged ‘New iPhone’
Welcome to the hundred-and-twenty-ninth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the Evasi0n Untethered Jailbreak, iOS 6.1.3, the much-rumored iPhone 5S, the possibility of a cheaper iPhone and more.
Recently, Brightwire publicized a new report from the Chinese media that claims Apple is allegedly scheduled to launch both the iPhone 5S and an 5-inch display iPhone 6 later this year.
Welcome to the hundred-and-twenty-second episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the status of the iOS 6 untethered Jailbreak, a rumor pertaining to a cheap iPhone model, Apple’s App Store surpassing 40 billion downloads, iPhone sales and more.
As recently reported by The China Times, a popular Chinese news site, Apple may be planning to adopt screens that utilize “Touch on Display” technology for iPhone. The display panels are said to be in the testing phase at the moment and will hopefully be ready for implementation in their next-generation iPhone.
According to a recent report from DigiTimes, Apple may currently be assessing the logistics of implementing advanced IGZO displays across their iPad, iPad mini and iPhone product lines for 2013.
It seems that every year leaked parts for the next-generation iPhone inevitably find their way to the internet and this year is no exception. Today, just two short months after the iPhone 5 was released, a parts firm by the name of ETrade Supply has posted a set of rear shell images for what they […]
Last week, images of the proposed next-generation iPhone’s nano-SIM tray, along with the alleged home button were leaked by Nowhereelse. Today, a repair firm by the name of SmartPhone Medic uploaded a video compassion between various next-generation iPhone parts and the corresponding iPhone 4S components.
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.