A number of leaks suggest that Apple will offer the new iPhone 5S in gold or champagne color along with the classical black and white. Now, more high quality images of the purported gold iPhone 5S emerge, giving us a glance of what the upcoming gold iPhone 5S might look like.
You know, I’ve never been one to encourage commercials that promote a product by going at the competition’s throat. But if you can do it in style, with grace, humor and taste, I say go for it.
There’s no shortage of iPhone 5S and 5C rumors, leaks and spills of information these days, although the pace at which things are being revealed makes it that much more difficult to distinguish the credible intel from the b.s.
According to Microsoft and their sometimes fun, sometimes deceptive commercials, the Asus VivoTab Smart, Dell XPS 10, Surface RT and Acer Iconia W3 are all faster, cheaper and/or better at multitasking than Apple’s iPad and iPad Mini.
Of all the leaks and rumors surrounding the iPhone 5S and the cheaper iPhone 5C, today’s leak is the most revealing yet – both the new iPhones have been pictured along the current flagship iPhone, giving us the first alleged look at the upcoming iPhones.
Remember that crazy-sounding rumor about Apple working on a 13-inch iPad? Yeah, I didn’t buy it either at first, but now there are whispers about Samsung also prepping a larger than 10-inch slate, which indirectly adds credence to last month’s report.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes Apple will be launching an iPhone 5S variant that has a gargantuan 128 GB of built-in storage, making it the second iOS device after the iPad 4 to feature the high and mighty storage capacity
Apple has begun seeding iOS 7 Beta 6 to compatible iPhones, iPods, and iPads as an over the air (OTA) update, contradicting reports that pitched a release of beta 6 sometime next week.
The latest piece of gossip in Apple county suggests that beta 6 for iOS 7 will be arriving sometime next week, and will be the final beta build before the more stable Gold Master (GM) build makes an appearance.
Pictures of what is purportedly the green back shell of the upcoming iPhone 5C have surfaced online, backing rumors that the cheaper iPhone will be made available in a variety of colors.
With the iPhone 4S being introduced to the world on October 4, 2011 and its follow-up, the iPhone 5, seeing daylight September 12, 2012, it was always fairly predictable Apple will be looking to throw a new smartphone in the ring no sooner than August 2013 and no later than October.
It’s the same old story with just a slightly tweaked script. Windows-based tablets are better than Apple’s iPads, despite what sales numbers say, and the best Microsoft can come up with to prove that is through deceitful commercials that only tell one side of the story.
When Google launched the updated Nexus 7 (some add ‘2013’ after, and others simply calling it the Nexus 7-2), people were quick to begin comparing the new Nexus specs to Apple’s iPad mini. While processor cores and display quality matters, there’s also the durability thing. So which one is more durable, the new Nexus or
The International Trade Commission’s dismissal is reversed by appeals court, meaning that Apple and Google-Motorola will find themselves in court again.
The Moto X will be arriving on all carriers at the same time, which is proof that Google’s hand in the matter involves more than just the Android OS.
Apple is supposedly looking to introduce 24 hours a day, 7 days a week live web chat support to its award-winning AppleCare support service, for both Mac and iOS devices.
Ready for a new round of rumors starring the highly anticipated iPhone 5C (aka budget iPhone)? Good, because we have a real treat for you today, courtesy of renowned blogger Sonny Dickson and a mystery post on Chinese microblogging website Weibo.
Research shows Chinese manufacturers account for 20 percent of smartphones worldwide, India on the rise
A recent research report published by Canalys indicates that five Chinese manufacturer namely Lenovo, Yulong, ZTE, Huawei and Xiaomi control 20 percent of smartphones shipment in Q2 2013 and China is by a large margin.
While its competitors spend ample screen time comparing themselves to Apple in their commercials, Apple stands alone in new iPhone ad.
Although Apple’s grasp on the tablet market isn’t as firm as it was the past, the Cupertino-based tech giant is still the main muscle that drives consumer interests in not only the iPad but also the competitor’s offerings.