July 8, 2011

iPhone 5, iPhone mini and iPod touch 3G Coming in September

Adding to long list of iPhone rumors that have came out in past few days, 9to5mac today reported that Apple is preparing not one but two completely new iPhone models for September launch. Seth Weintraub wrote on 9to5mac:
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July 7, 2011

Apple Store Overnight Planned for MacBook Air and OS X Lion Launch on July 13

9to5mac is reporting that Apple retail stores are planning an overnight for their employees on July 13 to prepare for new product launches. Overnight at Apple store are normally used for refreshing store displays and training employees on new products. Seth Weintraub of 9to5mac wrote:
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More iPhone 5 and iPad 3 Rumors

Following WSJ article about thinner and lighter iPhone 5 coming in Q3 2011, This is my next has posted more information about next gen iPhone and iPad. The website was first to report that iPhone 5 will see a complete redesign and now it looks like that is going to happen for sure. This is my next’s Joshua Topolsky posted the following:
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July 6, 2011

WSJ: Next Generation iPhone will be Thinner and Lighter

WSJ is reporting that Apple has placed orders with component suppliers in preparation for launch of next generation iPhone sometime in the third quarter. Lorraine Luk of WSJ posted:
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July 5, 2011

Apple Using Its Cash Pile to Stay Ahead of Competition

We have all seen how competition is lagging behind Apple when it comes to technologies like Retina display resolution, A5 processor performance and excellent IPS display on the iPad. According to an anonymous post on Quora, Apple is using their cash pile in a very interesting way to maintain a decisive advantage over competition. So, what is Apple doing? The detailed answer given by the Quora user is as follows:
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Pegatron Receives 15 million iPhone 5 Orders

Digitimes is reporting:
Taiwan-based notebook maker Pegatron Technology is estimated to have landed orders for 15 million iPhone 5s (iPhone 4S) from Apple and is set to start shipping in September of 2011, according to sources from upstream component makers.
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July 4, 2011

MacBook Air to Get “Toggle DDR 2.0” NAND Flash Memory

Apple pioneered the use of mSATA form factor based SSDs in ultra thin and light laptops with launch of MacBook Air in 2010. Now the rumors are Apple will leave mSATA behind in the upcoming MacBook Air update and use the faster “Toggle DDR 2.0” interface. According to Macotakara, Asian electronic component markers are reporting that Apple will adopt 400Mbps Toggle DDR 2.0 interface.
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July 3, 2011

PCMag: Verizon is The Fastest Mobile Network in US

For past two years, PCMag has been doing tests of mobile network data speeds in major cities across United States. Last year, AT&T was the fastest network overall in US, while Verizon was constantly in 3rd or 4th place with T-Mobile in second. However, this year the tables have turned completely with Verizon’s deployment of new LTE 4G network.
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