Many analysts believed that Apple was planning to enter the TV market in the first half of 2014 by releasing the highly rumored “iTV”. However, according to new evidence noted by analyst Paul Gagnon of Display Search, Apple may actually have put their TV plans on hold to work on “wearable technologies”.
According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple may have plans to release two larger iPhones with curved displays some time in 2014. The two rumored iPhones are believed to have 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays, both much larger than the current 4-inch screen offered in the iPhone 5S and 5C.
Apple has been working hard over the past couple of years to distance itself from its rival company Samsung. What was once a beneficial and happy relationship between the two has turned into a nasty, lawsuit-filled situation. Unfortunately for Apple, it now may be forced to look back at its Korean foe for help out of a production problem.
The next generation iPad and iPad Mini are expected to launch sometime later this month, with October 22 most likely being the date of announcement. With the big event being right around the corner, it’s not uncommon to see tons of leaks and rumors. However, some are definitely more credible than others…
Leaked posters of Boost Mobile ads displaying the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s today by evleaks. The titles of the posters say “Brilliant” and “Legendary” and I supposed you could guess which titles belong to which iPhone. The best part of the ad is the text saying, “The only monthly unlimited plan with shrinking payments.”
Now that the iPhone 5S and 5C have officially been announced, the iPad is once again the main topic in the rumor mill. We’ve heard multiple times throughout the past couple of months that Apple would hold two separate media events: one for iPhones in September, and one for iPads in October. While many of us are indeed expecting an October iPad unveiling, we haven’t really heard of any specific dates – until now, that is.
Well folks, the iPhone event is literally hours away but the leaks have yet to slow down. Right after the Wall Street Journal released a report confirming the next iPhone’s fingerprint sensor, the folks over at Nowhereelse.fr have leaked photos of what appears to be an iPhone 5S user guide.
Although Apple’s iPhone event is only hours away, speculation about what the next generation devices will pack is still in full swing. According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, the rumors about a fingerprint sensor on the next iPhone are indeed true. The journal reports: