Apple to Announce iPhone 5, iPad mini, New iPod Nano on September 12th

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iMore has reportedly heard from reliable supply chain sources that Apple will unveil its sixth-generation iPhone, 7.85-inch ‘iPad mini’ and revamped iPod nano at a special event on September 12th. 9 days later, the long-rumored iPhone update will finally hit the market, the website added.
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iPhone 5 Already in Production at Pegatron

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According to a new report from the occasionally reliable DigiTimes, Apple’s next-generation iPhone has entered volume production at Pegatron’s plant in Shanghai. The timing is consistent with previous assertions by Japanese tech blog MacOtakara, which claimed Apple is about to ramp up manufacture of the widely anticipated iPhone 5 any day. That also lines up […]
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Next iPad To See Return To One-LED Design

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Another DigiTimes report suggests the next-gen iPad may incorporate a once-used one-LED backlight design instead of the two-LED module found in the current tablet. The change is again said to address overheating issues, as the second LED along with the energy required to power it reportedly increases the temperature levels of the devices. According to […]
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iPhone 5 to Arrive with Quad-Core CPU

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DigiTimes has reportedly heard from its Far East sources that Apple will equip its sixth iPhone with a quad-core ARM chip based on Samsung’s Exynos 4 architecture. Other details on the purported CPU, including graphics processing capabilities or clock speed, haven’t been provided.
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Six New Apple Stores to Open in China in 2012-2013

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Two years ago, Apple’s former retail head Ron Johnson announced that the company was planning to open up to 25 new retail locations in China over the next two years. Apple had only a single retail outlet in Beijing then – the opening was timed to the 2008 Summer Olympics held in the city. Now, […]
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iPhone 5 Prototypes Hint at NFC Support

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Having reanalyzed the hardware code dump for the sixth-gen iPhone obtained earlier, 9to5Mac revealed that the code contains references to NFC (near field communication) controllers connected straight to the power management unit. The technology allows devices and chip readers to communicate wirelessly at a short range, with most high-end NFC deployment being for contact-less payment […]
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iPhone 5 Сould be Сompatible with China Mobile 3G

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According to Shaw Wu with Sterne Agee, the sixth iPhone could be compatible not only with standard 3G and 4G networks, but also support, the China Mobile version of 3G. He expects Apple to expand on the iPhone 4S’ world phone status by adding both TD-SCDMA and LTE 4G. China Mobile is the only wireless […]
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Apple may introduce Face Time, motion control accessory for other HDTV brands

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Jeremy Allaire, chief of Internet video provider Brightcove, anticipates Apple to launch a separate FaceTime and motion control accessory along with a full-featured TV set. The unit, described as a “black bar,” will supposedly be 3inches wide and an inch tall, allowing users to easily mount it to the top of any non-Apple HDTV.
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iPhone slated for September launch on Boost Mobile

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In September, the iPhone may arrive on another prepaid carrier, Sprint subsidiary Boost Mobile. Apple has recently signed a deal with Cricket Wireless, the first operator to sell its handset as a prepaid option. However, the tipster wasn’t able to tell if Boost Mobile would offer its unlimited plan for $50 per month for the […]
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Slimmer Retina Display MacBook Pro to Debut at Apple WWDC 2012

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According to the latest reports, the new generation of Apple MacBook Pros will be revealed next month at the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.
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