Tag Archives: Fall

Touchscreen Production Trends Point Toward Fall iPhone 5 Release

More indication that a June iPhone 5 release is increasingly unlikely came late last week in a Digitimes report that Taiwanese Apple OEM suppliers TPK Holding and Wintek are anticipating a 15-20% sequential decline in their shipments of touch panels

Rumor: iPhone 5 Preparing for Fall release – Features to Include a 4-inch Display, Metal case and Smaller Dock Connector

iLounge, famous for rumors about iPhone ia back with a new one! The next iPhone is the most talked about topic these days and the latest rumor coming from the editor at iLounge indicates that the device is to be

iPhone 5 Release Date: May? No Way, But It’s a Closer Guess Than Fall

A new report is circulating that the iPhone 5 could be released as early as May, and that production at Foxconn is already underway. May doesn’t make a whole lot of sense, but it might be a better guess than

A6 CPU For iPhone 5 Looking More Likely, But Probably Not Till Fall 2012

I’ve been of a mind that Apple would probably wait for an iPad 3S or iPad 4, and maybe an iPhone 5S or iPhone 6 before rolling out their forthcoming quad-core A6 mobile processor. However, I may have been mistaken

iOS 5.1 beta Reveals Forthcoming iPhone 5 Clue, But Will It Be March, June, Or Next Fall?

A report from the French Apple-watcher site HardMac’s Lionel notes that last week, Apple released a beta build of iOS 5.1 to developers, in which is found a reference to “iPhone 5.1.” Lionel cautions that this discovery falls well short

Apple Byte: An iPhone 5 and iPad HD this fall?

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Video Link: cnettv.cnet.com Apple is looking at wireless charging for the next-gen iPhone; we’ll sift through the fact and fiction of the iPad HD; and the AppleByte sets its own Guinness World Record. Video Rating: 4 / 5

iPhone 4S/5 Distinctions; 4S This Fall, LTE iPhone 5 in 2012?

Confused about distinctions differentiating the rumored iPhone 4S from the iPhone 5? Cult of Mac’s Buster Heine endeavors to shed some light on the conundrum, noting that while the next iPhone will be the product’s 5th generation version, that doesn’t

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