Apple is expected to have quite a roaring holiday season, according to reports from the Wall Street Journal and Asian media, as the iPhone 6 and third-generation iPad mini could draw unprecedented public attention.
The iPhone 5s is unlikely to remain Apple’s one and only iDevice featuring fingerprint recognition for long, as an unofficial picture allegedly showcasing the next-gen iPhones and iPads seems to confirm the using of Touch ID tech on all three.
Almost a month after its initial release, Retina iPad mini supply still appears to be constrained, particularly at major carrier retail stores in the U.S.
Apple hasn’t clarified exactly when the Retina iPad mini is going to be available, though rumor has it that the pre-orders might start on November 1.
More bad news for Apple following the whole YouTube video “borrowing” without author consent debacle? It sure seems like it, as the inventor of both the Apple I and Apple II computers has confessed the freshly unveiled iPads failed to impress him.
A purported indirect channel inventory snapshot points towards the possibility of a new MacBook Pro lineup as well as existing iPad mini being offered at a relatively low price than its rumored Retina touting successor.
Freshly leaked images of the iPad mini 2 from China suggest that Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner won’t be making its way to the company’s second-generation 7.8-inch tablet.
Apple has sent out press invites for an event on October 22nd. The tagline “We still have a lot to cover” suggests we’ll see more than just new iPads get announced.
The latest analyst prediction suggests that Apple Retina iPad mini isn’t going to be released this year, he pegs the release in the first quarter of 2014.
A couple of pictures have surfaced online which show off gold iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 purported casings, both new tablets are expected to be offered in this color.
The first high resolutions pictures of a purported iPad 5 rear housing in the new space gray color have appeared online.
As the excitement surrounding the spanking new iPhone 5c and 5s looks to be dying down (except for iPhone gold, because gold is best), it’s finally time for the iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 to claim their spots in the limelight.
Rumors about Apple’s upcoming iPads have become a daily occurrence. The latest suggests that iPad 5 and the iPad mini 2 might have 8 megapixel rear cameras.
Apple was previously rumored to unveil the Retina iPad mini 2 later this month. A new report claims that the tablet might not be released this year due to supply constraints.
The long awaited iPad Mini 2 with Retina Display might not make its way to stores this year as Apple struggles to churn out enough units.
Gold could be Apple’s favorite color going forward, as pictures leaked by Chinese website Weibo show off a iPad mini 2 in gold, with what looks like a fingerprint sensor-enabled home button.
A report from DigiTimes hints at the possibility of Apple’s upcoming full-sized and mini iPads featuring a fingerprint sensor embedded into their home buttons, similar to the iPhone 5s.
It isn’t known right now when Apple intends to unveil its refreshed iPad models. A new rumor from a French blog suggests that the company might conduct a media event on October 15 to announce the tablets.
The first version of iOS 7 is yet to be released to end-users, but Apple seems to be in the process of testing iterative updates to the latest version of its operating system already.
With the iPhone 5s and 5c official, everyone is now looking forward to the next wave of iPads. Both the iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 have been seen in leaked images before, and now a couple of images comparing the two have hit the web.