It has been reported time and again that Apple wants to end its reliance on Samsung, its arch nemesis in the current global smartphone market. As per a new research report, Apple’s biggest supplier of display panels for the next generation iPad is, ironically, Samsung.
Apple has begun rolling out beta 5 of iOS 7 for the iPhone, iPad, iPad mini and iPod touch via an over-the-air software update, a little over a week after beta 4 was made available.
Newly discovered code in iOS 7 Software Development Kit (SDK) points towards a second-generation iPad mini with improved internals, but with the same display resolution.
The initial specifications of Nexus 7 looked promising but how does it stack up against it main competitor from Apple, the iPad Mini?
I’m confused. In the space of just one week, we’ve heard the Retina display-boasting new iPad mini was delayed for 2014, a “lighter” model with “upgraded specs” but non-Retina screen was to come this year instead and now the variant that was supposed to be pushed back is no longer.
A new report has surfaced, claiming that Apple will release a new iPad mini around the holiday season that will have upgraded specs but not the much rumored Retina display.
A new report spells that the iPad Mini 2 with a high-resolution Retina display may have been delayed until 2014, citing production and yield issues with the Retina panels.
If Apple is willing to dumb down its iPad by making a ‘mini’ then there’s a possibility that an iPhone with a 5+ inch display is also around the corner. For phablet aficionados, a tiny 5-inch screen probably won’t be enough, so how about an iPhone with a 5.7-inch display?
The iPad mini was launched back in October 2012. After almost eight months, the tablet will now be officially launched in Brazil on June 25th.
Apple’s second-gen iPad Mini may not have a Retina display according to analyst.
Leaked images of the upcoming Apple iPad 5 tablet cases hint at an iPad Mini like design, with a thinner body and bezels on board. Image credit: US Daily Voice
Up until now, we had only seen iOS 7 in action on the iPhone, but an image hidden at the bottom of Apple’s iOS 7 site reveals how the OS will look on tablets.
According to Taiwanese supply chain manufacturers, the new fifth generation iPad will go into volume production in July or August and the second iteration of iPad Mini is set to enter mass production in the last quarter of 2013. The news comes on the heel of prior announcements that the next generation iPad will come in a shell