Apple Considering 4.7″ And 5.7″ iPhone 6 Displays, iPhone 5S Release Rumors

iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 4.7 5.7 Display

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.

iPhone 5S Double Pixel Count Rumors May Point To Phablet-Sized iPhone

iPhone 5S Resolution

According to a new report from the Chinese site WeiPhone, Apple will allegedly enhance the screen of the iPhone 5S in a rather significant way, effectively doubling the pixel count to roughly 1.5 million. Additionally, the report suggests that the iPhone 5S will feature a narrower side bezel, although it’s unclear how Apple will go about engineering such a device.

Apple Is Allegedly Testing 1.5-Inch OLED Displays For Rumored iWatch

2013 iWatch Release Concept

Today, in a new report, Japanese blog Macotakara highlights a pair of interesting articles in the Economic Times (a Taiwanese newspaper) that address the much-rumored Apple smart watch. The first report suggests that Apple ordered a small number of 1.5-inch OLED displays from RITEK (a subsidiary of RiTdisplay) for testing purposes.

Retina iPad Mini Display Production Expected To Begin Next Month

iPad mini 2 Retina Display

According to a new report from CNET that cites NPD DisplaySearch analysts, Retina-quality displays for Apple’s next iPad mini should enter production either next month, or sometime in July. Interestingly, previous intel from the same firm indicated that a Retina iPad mini wouldn’t be released until as early as the first quarter of 2014, before redacting their initial analysis to …

Saurik ‘Jailbreaks’ Google Glass To Achieve Root Access

Root Jailbreak Google Glass

Google Glass will inevitably be the stepping stone for the next generation of post-PC devices, and the gateway product for an entirely new and unexplored product group: wearable “smart” devices. Glass reportedly interfaces with smartphone in a seamless manner and allows users to accomplish basic tasks such as respond to messages, search the web and obtain directions without the need …