Welcome to the ninetieth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss Google’s upcoming ‘Next Dimension Of Google maps’ event, Apple’s new iOS 5.1.1 build, a leaked ‘iPhone 5′ backing and more.
According to 9to5Mac, who cites an unnamed source, if the images they received are “genuine”, Apple’s next-generation iPhone will have a completely different design from that of its processor’s. The most apparent and notable difference between the alleged iPhone backing and the one used on the current iPhone 4S is the middle section. In the leaked photos, it appears to …
Today, MacRumors received images from a source that are reportedly parts for the next-generation iOS-based devices. The piece that stands out most is an alleged front panel for the next-generation iPod Touch. The supplier claims that the display on Apple’s next iPod Touch will be vertically larger than that of its predecessors, measuring approximately 4.1 inches diagonally.
Building on the recent iCloud news and rumors, The Wall Street Journal published a brief report that suggests Apple is preparing up to upgrade their cloud services and will announce the move at next month’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). According to the report, one of the primary features of the new upgrade could be the introduction of a new …
As Steven Troughton Smith discovered earlier this morning, Apple is testing a new beta iCloud portal that resides at beta.iCloud.com. The new beta version of iCloud was likely established to test additional features that will presumably launch alongside iOS 6.
Today Apple seeded the fourth post-release Lion upgrade to the public: Mac OS X Update 10.7.4. The new update is available for immediate download and install via the Software Update option found in the Apple menu for all OS X-based computers running 10.7 or higher.
According to MuscleNerd, an instrumental developer in the iOS-hacking community and arguably the face of the iPhone Dev Team, the next Redsn0w release will introduce downgrade support for newer iOS-based devices!
When speaking at a conference earlier this week, AT&T’s CEO (Randall Stephenson) revealed his one regret regarding AT&T’s early adoption of the iPhone. The New York Times highlights a particular quote, in which Stephenson goes on to suggest that offering unlimited data was a mistake: