May 18, 2012

MacBook Pro Rumor Roundup: Thinner, Lighter, Faster with Best Display in The Industry

In the past few days many rumors about upcoming MacBook Pro have been posted by various website and our sources say that most of these rumors will come true. The MacBook Pro rumor mill started on Monday with a post by Mark Gurman on 9to5mac, in which he reported that next generation Pro will have ultra thin design, Retina Display and USB 3.0. After Mark’s post, many other tech websites also reported similar rumors about upcoming MacBook Pro. Below is a list of MacBook Pro rumors that will most probably come true and some additional tidbits from our sources:

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May 15, 2012

Sony Updates The VAIO E, VAIO S and VAIO Z Series Laptops

Sony today announced updates for VAIO E, VAIO S and VAIO Z series laptops. The E Series will get two new laptops with larger 15.5-inch and 17.3-inch screens. Both the laptops will have last generation Intel Core i5-2450M processor, AMD Radeon 7650M graphics, up to 750GB hard drive, built in webcam, USB 3.0, HDMI, Bluetooth and WiFi. The main difference between the two laptops is the screen, the 15.5-inch model has 1366 x 768 resolution screen and the 17.3-inch model has 1600 x 900 resolution screen (there is option of selecting Full HD screen also).

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Apple to Use Thin-Film Touch Technology in 7.85-inch iPad, and Has Booked Half of Mobile DRAM Capacity at Elpida

DigiTimes today published two Apple related rumors, both hinting at upcoming iOS devices. In the first rumors DigiTimes claimed that they have heard from reliable industry sources that Apple will use “G/F2” thin-film capacitive touch technology in upcoming 7.85-inch iPad. Siu Han posted:

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May 14, 2012

Leaked Benchmarks and Best Buy Price Drops Hint at Upcoming Mac Updates

Just few weeks before a new Mac is launched two things happen – one, benchmarking results are posted on Geekbench and two, Apple’s retailing partners drop prices of current models. And in past 24 hours these two things have happened for multiple Mac models including the much rumored upcoming MacBook Pro and Ivy Bride iMac.

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May 13, 2012

Why Would Apple Buy Loewe…

Yesterday, AppleInsider reported that Apple was negotiating to acquire German HDTV maker Loewe for 87.3 million Euros (about $122 million). However, today Loewe’s spokesperson said that there was “absolutely nothing to it”. But there are still rumors that Apple offered a deal to Loewe and their board of directors is yet to decide. Many believe that Apple is interested in Loewe because of their minimalist designs and premium market appeal.

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