Posts Tagged ‘Release Date’
Today, following the release of iOS 7 beta 2 earlier this week, BGR published a new report that suggestes Apple plans to seed the third beta version of iOS 7 to the company’s carrier partners on Monday, July 8th. While that may seem rather insignificant to those outside of Apple’s contracted iPhone carriers, BGR believes […]
Today, exactly two weeks after holding their annual World Wide Developers conference and issuing the first iOS 7 beta firmware, Apple officially seeded iOS 7 beta 2 to developers! Please remember that this is a beta firmware and you must have your device’s UDID registered through an Apple Developer’s account before you can legitimately restore to the updated beta build!
In a new and exciting leak, MacRumors received several images from an unnamed source of what is, allegedly, the closest thing we’ve seen to an assembled version of Apple’s highly-rumored upcoming iPhone 5S. While the device apparently features the same design as its predecessor, it appears to be built with the modified logic board that […]
With all the talk and rumors of a “cheaper” iPhone making an appearance alongside the iPhone 5S this fall, one major factor has yet to be discussed in detail: the price range for such a device. Analysts from J.P. Morgan stated last month that Apple will create the lower-cost iPhone as a “mid-end” smartphone, priced […]
Today, Macotakara posted an article that highlights a set of photos from Moumantai of what is allegedly the logic board for the iPhone 5S. As expected, the shape of the newly leaked board appears nearly identical to that of the logic board found on the iPhone 5, with one somewhat obvious exception. The section where […]
Welcome to the hundred-and-forty-fourth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks’ new features, rumors surrounding upcoming iPhone models, a possible bootrom Jailbreak for future versions of iOS 7 and more.
Today, according to a new report from Reuters, Apple is considering using significantly larger displays for future iPhone models, suggesting that the company is heavily testing 4.7-inch and 5.7-inch iPhone models that may launch next year. Currently, the newest iPhone, the iPhone 5, already features an enlarged 4-inch display over its predecessors’ smaller 3.5-inch screens.
Welcome to the hundred-and-forty-third episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss Apple’s upcoming World Wide Developers Conference 2013, iOS 7, the rumored iWatch, OS 10.9, the future of Jailbreaking and more.