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Apple is Considering Larger Screens for iPhone

Apple, which launched the next generation of the iPhone later this year, they ordered screens from Asian suppliers, which are larger than those used in the iPhone since its debut in 2007 is expected next month to begin production of displays that will be at least 4 inches diagonally, compared with 3.5 inches for iPhone 4S, the latest phone from Apple. Until now, Apple has never changed the size of the screen on the iPhone. For the next iPhone Apple works with many manufacturers of displays, including LG Display Co of South Korea, Japan's Sharp Corp. and Japan Display Inc. (New company created last month by three Japanese companies and government). (more…)

Next iPad Might Be Flexible

Apple plans to launch a flexible iPad with a panel of organic light emitting diode (OLED), claims Korea Times. The publication is citing sources from Samsung, according to which is ongoing development of OLED displays on a large order, perhaps by Apple. It is expected that mass production of OLED screens to begin this year and the end to be delivered batch of 1 million displays. (more…)

Apple WWDC 2012 Coming on June 11, Tickets Sold Out in 2 Hours

This year, world conference on Mac OS and iOS developers will be held from 11 to 15 June, Moscone Convention Center. The price of a ticket is $ 1,600. Valuable papers, however, ended in less than two hours. Last year, tickets ran out in less than a day. Without giving much information about the event, Phil Schiller, vice president of Global Marketing, mentioned guidelines and topics: (more…)

Lifedge Case Makes iPad Waterproof and Shock Resistant

Scanstrut company introduced a new case for the iPad, which makes it water and shock resistant. The cover has a coefficient of resistance IP67, which means it will save your tablet in half-hour stay under water a meter or a fall onto concrete from a height of one meter. The case is called Lifedge by international company Scanstrut herald a brand new product line. So far, the company was known primarily as a producer of technologies and products designed to protect equipment used underwater. In this case for iPad Scanstrut will try to get a name and other niche markets and to expand its portfolio to include products that allow safe use of our technology in all conditions, not just water. (more…)

The next iPhone will be thinner and lighter

Rumors about the next iPhone specifications continue in full speed. The newest of these is that so-called iPhone 5 will have a new touch panel, which will reduce both weight and size of the phone. Apple is committed Sharp and Toshiba to manufacture these panels. These panels are made by a technology called "in-cell multitouch". Using this technology integrates touch function inside the TFT LCD screen. This removes the need for additional sensors and glass. The screen remains thin, and overall device easier. (more…)

iPad mini will cost less than $300

Apple will release this year, smaller version of your iPad. Mini tablet, expected in Q3 will cost between $250 and $300, according to various internet sources referring to the Chinese edition game.163.com. With such low price, Apple hopes to attract iPad mini buyers in expense of competitors Amazon Kindle Fire and Windows 8 tablets. (more…)

iPhone 5 will come in October, says Foxconn boss

The latest information about anticipated smartphone 6th generation Apple once again focus on the premiere in the fall rather than summer, as the other rumors. This boss is mentioned in the Chinese company Foxconn, which manufactures iPhone, in an interview to the Korean edition Maeil Business Newspaper. He shared and that the company recently received preliminary orders for work on the iPhone 5, which will appear in autumn, and particularly in October. From other information 9to5Mac understand that Apple tested a prototype of the iPhone with 1GB RAM memory and dual processor A5X, which can now be found on the iPad 3.

98% of new iPad users are happy with purchase

Record results on user satisfaction with new Apple iPad. 82% of people who bought it, indicating that they are very happy with it. 16% say they are satisfied and 2% - not satisfied. If we consider only satisfied, we note progress against the previous iPad - then generally they were 97%, but distributed more toward "just satisfied" - 23% versus 74% ... Problems with temperature? 89% say they never noticed that. 7% believe that heat can not pinpoint a problem, 4% say that warming could be though a problem, and 0% thought that heat was a big problem. (more…)