Apple is rumored to hold the iPad Mini event on October 23, according to numerous sources. AllThingsD reports that the invite only iPad Mini event will be held this month in Apple’s Town Hall auditorium. Here is what John Paczkowski from AllThingsD claims -
Apple will hold a special event this month at which it will showcase a new, smaller iPad. People familiar with Apple’s plans tell us that the company will unveil the so-called “iPad mini” on October 23 at an invitation-only event… Sources declined to specify where the event is to be held, and I’ve not been able to confirm a location.
Apple’s new iPhone will bid farewell to the standard 30-pin connector that the company currently uses for iPods, iPhones and iPads and will instead sport a new 19-pin connector on the bottom. Techcrunch along with MobileFun have confirmed this rumor and mention that the 19-pin connector already exists but the form factor and actual size is still unknown. This would mean that all current iPhone accessories including dock connectors and charges would instantly become useless and the entire Apple accessory market will be shaken. Read More
9to5Mac claims that the upcoming new MacBook Pro 15-inch from Apple will look a lot different from the current one and will sport an entirely new ultra-thin design. With the MacBook Air selling so much, it was clear to Apple that even though the MacBook Pro offers better performance, the design had to be tweaked. Apple’s all new upcoming MacBook Pro for 15 inch will have an ultra-thin design and also include a shiny retina display. Read More
Apple will probably bring Mac like multiple user support for the iPad. If you have many users working on one iPad, you wouldn’t probably want them to view your mails and files and vice versa. To solve this issue, Apple is rumored to be working on a multi-user experience for the iPad. An unknown developer sent the above email to Apple and got a response from the Apple developer community that said that the issue was being “investigated”. Read More
A leaked version of the iPhone 5 home screen button has recently appeared online. While, it does not look much different from the current home button on the iPhone 4S, it appears to be a rounded-square instead of a circle (details matter if you are Apple). The authenticity of the button cannot be compared as of now, but you can always get one from True Supplier to test for yourself. Read More
The Galaxy SII was a really popular phone and actually won the phone of the year award at Mobile World Congress 2012. Unlike the SII’s announcement, which took place at MWC last year, the Galaxy SIII will NOT be announced at this year’s MWC event, instead, it will be announced and shown sometime later this month, according to ZDNET Korea. They also claim that the phone will be launched in April, and if previous rumors are true, the SIII should be launched by 50 carriers worldwide simultaneously. Read More
If you have been up to date with all the iPad 3 rumors lately, you will notice that the preliminary iPad 3 resolution is rumored to be 2048 x 1536. This is all great, but will the current LED lighting work efficiently on that type of resolution? Two Taiwan LED backlight vendors don’t seam to think so. They believe that at that resolution, LED backlighting is needed rather than a single LED bar, which is what the iPad is running at the moment. Read More