iPhone 5S to ship in late September, iPad 5 and low cost iPhone will be released earlier, analyst claims
A well known Apple analyst is out with the latest predictions for Apple’s upcoming products, claiming that the iPhone 5S will be shipped out in late September whereas the iPad 5 and low cost iPhone will be released earlier.
Apple has been granted a new patent which details the possibility of iOS devices having fingerprint sensors embedded in the display itself. There’s a possibility of this technology debuting with the iPhone 5S.
Apple’s next generation iPhone, the iPhone 5S, has been rumored to have a liquidmetal casing. The material is much more lighter and tougher than aluminium, which Apple currently uses for its smartphone.
Rumor has it that, at launch, the iPhone 5S is going to be supplied in limited numbers as poor yield rates of certain components are likely to cause production delays.
Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5S has finally entered into mass production, reports Chinese publication Expreview. The report also lists down a few of the confirmed Apple iPhone 5S internal specifications, and they aren’t as impressive as you’d hope for them to be.
Once again we see a picture of what is allegedly the back panels of the much rumored low cost iPhone. This budget offering is expected to be unveiled alongside iPhone 5S later this year.
Foxconn, the biggest manufacturer of Apple products, has reportedly initiated a hiring spree. This is believed to be an indication that iPhone 5S mass production has begun.
References found in the code of iOS 7 beta 3 reveal that the next generation iPhone, widely called the iPhone 5S, might have a unique camera feature that will allow slow motion video recording at 120 frames per second.
Rumor has it that Apple’s next generation smartphone, the iPhone 5S, will have support for LTE-Advanced, a standard that offers double speeds as compared to the current 4G LTE standard.
Apple and its manufacturing partners are hard at work at a new low cost iPhone and an iPhone 5, if rumors are to be believed.
A new image found its way to the web earlier today revealing the possibility that Apple might replace the home button on the next iPhone (5S) with its own logo.
Earlier today a picture of purported iPhone 5S batteries was posted online, the pictured shows these batteries on the production line, leading many of believe that mass production of Apple’s next iPhone has begun.
While purported pictures of iPhone 5S display assembly have surfaced in the past, today an alleged production line photo of this component has surfaced online.
Apple’s cooking up a couple upgrades for their hardware line-up to be revealed later this year and one of those things is the new iPhone 5S. New on the inside at least.
A recent patent application by Apple outlines new technology which may bring the long rumored fingerprint scanner to the upcoming iPhone 5s.
It’s not something new, every Apple product that is about to be released leaks on the internet, whether it’s a prototype or the parts of the original device. A recent leak shows images of the upcoming iPhone 5S running the same logic board that was reported a few days back.
A few pictures of a side by side comparison of an iPhone 5 and a purported iPhone 5S display assembly have been posted online. A couple of days ago we saw some more pictures of an alleged iPhone 5S display assembly being posted online, these pictures add weight to speculation that next generation iPhone might
Yesterday we reported that an alleged iPhone 5S logic board had been spotted, the component hinted that perhaps Apple’s next generation iPhone will not have major design changes and that it might not feature the company’s next generation A7 processor. Today a purported iPhone 5S display assembly has leaked, and it fits the logic board
It isn’t unusual for a variety of purported component pictures believed to be of a future Apple product to pop up online. This has been the case in recent years with almost every Apple device. Now a photo of an alleged iPhone 5S logic board has been posted online.
Here’s something to watch, a beautiful iPhone 5S concept render video that shows off a very probable design with a larger display but smaller body.