A usually reliable Korean publication is the latest source to peg early next year as the ETA for Apple’s jumbo-sized iPad, claiming to have received inside information on a production start for 12.9-inch Retina displays.
It was rumored prior to the launch of this new tablet that the supplies of Retina iPad Mini are likely to be constrained, an analyst reiterates these fears, claiming that supplies may be “ridiculously tight.”
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.
Its not unusual to hear predictions about future Apple devices. The latest prediction deals with displays and the changes Apple might make in the devices it is going to launch next year.
Apple is expected to unveil new versions of both its iPads later this year. According to an analyst, the iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 are on track for a Q4 release. The analyst also predicts the launch of a low cost iPad mini next year.
September 5 is shaping up to be a great day for Chinese mobile technology, as Xiaomi is rumored to be prepping not one, but two gadgets with mind-blowing specs. You have your Mi3 phone, which some say could pack an octa-core SoC, and your budget-conscious “Zimi” tablet.
You know the rumor that emerged on the web less than 24 hours ago about Apple planning to equip the next-gen iPad mini with an A6 chip, but a non-Retina display? Apparently, it’s nothing but an unsubstantiated rumor.
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.
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.
At WWDC 2013 Apple announced OS X Mavericks, the latest platform update for Mac. It has been discovered that the wallpaper released for promoting OS X Mavericks would fit perfectly on a 27 inch Retina display. This could be a subtle hint that 27 inch iMac and Apple Thunderbolt display could get Retina displays in
New reports suggest that the Apple iPhone 5S and iPad Mini 2 may have been delayed to the end of the year due to shortage of Retina qualified displays. It looks like back-to-school season will have to make do without a new iPhone this year as the Cupertino company is facing a shortage in Retina