A new report from DigiTimes suggests that Apple will unveil two models of the next generation iPad at the Macworld|iWorld conference on the 26th of January. The iPad 2 would be pushed down the product line to become the entry-level model and compete with the Kindle Fire, while the two new models would focus on mid and high-range segments.
Following up on yesterday’s rumor about Apple’s television, DigiTimes adds on information as to who they think will win the contract from Apple to build their television sets. In addition, an analyst hints that Apple may offer live streaming television content.
Apple Insider reports that in a note to investors Gene Munster with Piper Jaffray said that Apple will launch make significant changes to its products in 2012 as it did not launch any redesigned products in 2011.
Apple is rumored to be working on smartphones and peripheral devices that you can wear, just like the iPod Nano watch. These devices would let you view data, send data back to your phone, and prevent you having to stare at your phone’s screen constantly.
Ever since an excerpt from Steve Jobs biography revealed that he felt that he had finally cracked integrated Television sets, the chatter about Apple possibly releasing Televisions sets has got louder.
Apple usually relies on Asian OEMs for its parts, but Reuters reports that the A5 processor is manufactured in a sprawling 1.6 million square feet factory in Texas owned by Samsung.
iPad mini rumors are back. Back in October, Taiwan’s United Daily News reported that AU Optronics and LG Display had sent samples of 7.85-inch display to Apple, who is gearing up to launch iPad mini early next year.
But it looks like Apple may not be able to call it the tablet with the highest resolution screen as Samsung is planning to launch a 11.6 tablet with a higher resolution screen than iPad 3 in February, according to BGR.