Expect us to be there to reveal what cppertino firm might show us this time, as we always did.
It seems that Apple has something else exciting to show us. What could it be? An iPad mini? A 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display? A new iMac? All of the above?
We’d love to have you along as we find out. And you can find out all with us at the time listed below :
Tue Oct 23 2012 17:00:00 GMT+0
The Apple iPad mini is coming, and the invitations that Cupertino sent out, is as solid a proof as it gets. And now we have a rumored of what it might be the display of the unreleased device, and we have also the battery.
Rumored iPad Mini LCD Screen is said-to-be an almost 8- inch with about 162mm in length and 124mm in width. The previous exposed iPad Mini LCD is 16:9, but the one we have got is almost a ratio of 4:3 as usual.
And the rumored iPad Mini Battery According to the data shown on the battery, iPad Mini is supposed to use this 16.7Whr battery running at 3.72V. Compared to iPhone 5’s 5.45Whr, the iPad Mini battery is three times larger.
Apple has started spreading their invitations to their previously rumored event on October 23. The invite tagline is “We’ve got a little more to show you” and the word little may be used quite literally, as Apple is supposed to unveil the iPad mini at this event.
While, other rumors stands that may be Apple will going to shown an 13-inch MacBook Pro with a Retina screen as well.
We’ve already seen numerous leaks of what the iPad mini is supposed to look like. The latest one shows the dummies, which Chinese accessory manufacturers use to prepare for their announcement of the Apple’s product.
So, in any case we’ll be there to tell all what Apple may announce. So keep an eyes on our home page.
Via : Apple
By this far, most of you have probably already seen (or not) a leaked snap of what the rumored 7.85″ iPad Mini would look like. And honestly, since the iPhone 5 body leaked from Chinese factories months before the official announcement, I’m willing to took this rumor seriously and give it a bit of a doubt as well.
For those who dosen’t get it. The new iPad Mini looks like as it’s name tells, looks like a minature or compact version of the normal iPad. Earlier rumors have it that the iPad Mini will be announced in October, but until it goes official, we’ll let you with this newest video of the iPad Mini.
At day ahead of the big “Apple’s wendesday” announcement event, we decide it today to make a breakdown on what the next iPhone will have such as features :
- A brand new design : The iPhone 5 might looks like an iPhone 4 or 4S in terms of broad-stroke design and styling, but compressing the iPhone’s guts into a 7.6-millimeter case was no easy task. The entire iPhone 5 will be reworked and will feature a sleek new unibody aluminum case, a modified antenna design and a variety of new internal components.
- A bigger display : As the line between smartphones and flat-panel televisions continues to blur, Apple conceded to an extent this year and the new iPhone will sport a larger 4-inch display panel.
- New mini dock connector : Apple has been widely criticized for using a proprietary dock connector and the company is finally ready to make a change — to a new proprietary dock connector.
- 4G LTE : It looks like the latest generation of LTE components are finally in a place where Apple can implement them without sacrificing too much in terms of battery life.
- Bigger built-in RAM : More memory means better performance and as we reported in July, Apple will finally double the RAM in its next-generation iPhone to 1GB.
- Strong processor : As is only logical, Apple’s next iPhone will include a more powerful processor. It is unclear if it will be the rumored quad-core A6 chipset or some modified version of Apple’s dual-core A5X SoC from the iPad, but it should be a solid upgrade either way.
- Nano-SIM support : Apple’s influence on the global mobile industry will again be illustrated when it launches the iPhone 5 with nano-SIM support. The industry will proceed to adopt the new nano-SIMs, and it will be the second time in as many years that Apple forced a radical shift in the SIM card standard after it remained unchanged for nearly 20 years.
- Launch timing : Rumors have varied but the most solid reports to date suggest that iPhone 5 preorder availability will begin on Wednesday this week, the same day Apple unveils the new iPhone, and we can reportedly expect the iPhone 5 to launch on September 21st.
Other thing to be mention is the NFC : Near-field Communication in the next-generation iPhone seemed all but certain a few weeks ago, but recent rumors suggest we might have to wait until next year for Apple’s iPhone to get enabled NFC.
Here’s donw below one of the coolest fake iPhone 5 ad to get us through the latest rumors in a quick and informative way. And kudos to the author, as this is one nicely done video :
The devil is in the details, as they say. But this guy has taken the extra care to do everything right. There’s no tell-tale YouTube icon on the homescreen and it has been proudly replaced by the latest Passbook app by Apple. Even the date on the calendar shows September 12. Oh, I love this sort of attention to detail!
What else can we look forward to on Wednesday ? Recent rumors point to new iPods and although it seems odd that Apple would clutter up its mobile event with new PCs, rumors point to a September or October launch for new iMacs and a new 13-inch MacBook Pro with a Retina display. As such, we may see them announced this weel as well.
Be sure to tune in at 1:00 p.m. EDT, 10:00 a.m. PDT (US Time) this Wednesday for all the news. We will be in place to give you all what you need to know about the new iPhone (iPhone 5) and everything else. So be sure to keep an eyes on our home page.
AllThingsD is reporting that Apple will announce its so-called iPad Mini in October, according to several of their sources. Apple’s gearing up for two events for its new phone and tablet hardware, according to sources at AllThingsD.
The launch event will take place only a month after the iPhone event, which is supposed to take place on September 12, although Apple is yet to confirm that.
Unfortunately, the anonymous sources weren’t revealing anything further. Apple’s yet to confirm that posited September 12th event date, let alone any secondary event.
Initially, some postulated that the iPhone and the iPad mini events will take place simultaneously, although that seemed unlikely considering Apple has historically kept the two product events separate.
This latest news tells us that although Apple might not be willing to merge the iPad events with the iPhone’s, they are also not going to wait till next year’s main iPad event to release the smaller variant.
When ever it will be! just be assured that we’ll be covering both of them. And be sure to keep your eyes wide open to our home page.
Source : AllThingsD