Earlier we have come across rumors like dual Led flash and a fingerprint scanner, and now leaked components of the next generation iPhone show clear signs of some changes on the top of the back and around the home button. Moreover we can see that the mounting points for the motherboard have been moved around a little and these little changes confirm that we might see dual led flash or a fingerprint scanner in the iPhone 5S.
According to AllThingsD, citing sources with knowledge of the event Apple will unveil its next iPhone on September 10th. While the date of the announcement has been revealed we are unsure whether the event will focus on the upcoming iPhone 5S or if it will include the low-cost iPhone which many people are calling the “iPhone 5C”.
The latest rumor we have been hearing is that the Apple 2013 iPhone release event will take place on September 6th. This could be the same event Apple unveils their new Haswell-powered Macbook Pro’s at. It has been speculated that Apple will not just be releasing just one iPhone, but actually two! The next generation iPhone will be called the iPhone 5S, and the second iPhone would be a cheaper more budget orientated iPhone. It has been referred to lately as the iPhone Lite.
Apple’s Macbook Air was the first of Apple’s notebook computers to get upgraded with Intel’s newest fourth generation core Haswell processors back in June. Apple has held off on upgrading its Macbook Pro models but we have just been given word that Apple will hold a press event in September to unveil the next Macbook Pro lineup.
We haven’t seen much from Apple this entire year. It’s been almost a year that it last released its iPhones ad iPods, similarly it has been a year since it last launched its iMac and MacBook Pro models. Breaking the habits, it has finally released the Haswell powered MacBook Air laptops, which will definitely refresh the iMac and MacBook Pro line up with its new processor. According to one analyst, the new iMac model from Apple will be released somewhere in August. As far as Apple MacBook pro models are concerned, they are most likely to be renewed in September.
With the recent fall in Apple’s stock price and the criticism of stock holders, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook announced in the last annual stock holder’s meeting that they were working on great new stuff that would reverse the share price. It has been speculated that this new product is going to be a smart watch being called the iWatch. Apparently such a product supporting multi-touch is being produced by 100 engineers working intensely in Cupertino. Rearranging playlists, responding to text messages, listing phone calls are some of the features the iWatch could have alone with reading a map on the watch with the flick of the wrist.
Apple’s MacBook Air was the first product to get a refresh with Intel’s new 4th generation Core Haswell processors. This was done to not only boost performance, but to also improve battery life. It seemed like only a matter of time before we saw Haswell on other Apple laptops. A validation of a 15-inch MacBook Pro on the GeekBench database reveals that Apple is already testing the notebook with the latest Haswell chips.
There are never many instances of panic regarding Apple. We never hear of viruses or problems from their devices but this doesn’t mean the security of your device should be ignored. Whether you have an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch you need to ensure it is secure both internally for web use and from general theft. As millions of people use these devices there are bound to be instances of hacking and viruses in time and you need to ensure you’re protected if this does happen. If you’re interesting in ensuring your Apple iOS device is protected then follow these simple tips.
We have been hearing Apple iWatch rumors for a while now and it seems like Apple will be going ahead with the iWatch project as they have filed for the “iWatch” trademark in Japan. With the popularity of mobile tech and success of other smart watches of course you would expect Apple to be working on some type of wearable device or at least entertain the idea.
We have known from numerous latest user reports that Apple’s new 802.11ac Macbook Air laptops are facing Wi-Fi disconnection problem. The Apple users are experiencing a sudden and unexpected drop in their laptops’ wireless connectivity. As posted on the Apple’s Support Communities website, we have learned that the problem is basically appearing on both the 11inch and 13inch varieties of the newly updated notebook lineup which was introduced at the WWDC earlier this month.