News tagged ‘Hardware’
Despite the rumors and reports from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and a number of other reliable experts claiming Apple won’t release a smaller 4-inch iPhone called presumably the iPhone 6c, it appears that Apple has changed its plans. What this means is that on September 9th, aside from the long-awaited iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus featuring massive 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays and a number of other hardware and software improvements, we’ll see a smaller handset.
More and more things point to the release of the next-generation iPhone on September 9th. Yesterday, I showed you a video featuring the iPhone 6s front panel with display assembly compared to the same parts of the iPhone 6. Today, a new video appeared on the Unbox Therapy YouTube channel that shows the leaked back panel for the upcoming handset.
Two other videos showing a leaked part for the upcoming Apple gadget have recently appeared on the Internet. This time we deal with the CAD drawing and the real iPad mini 4 rear panel purportedly manufactured by Apple suppliers. Both videos, which are available below, prove that the next-generation iPad mini will become the thinnest tablet in the lineup and that it will resemble the larger iPad Air in terms of design and shape.
According to the latest report from KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo, the mass-production of the next-generation iPhone is delayed approximately 1-2 weeks. Looks like Apple faced some unexpected difficulties in assembling the smartphone. In fact, Apple asked its partners to produce less iPhone 6 units, so that they can focus on the assembly of new devices, which are expected to be released later this year.
As you probably know, the guys from Cupertino have recently started a new iPhone ad campaign. The main idea of this campaign sounds like “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone”. Apple has already shown us two commercials shot for the new campaign, namely, “Loved” and “Hardware & Software”. Both short videos are available at link.
Now the time has come for a new ad. It is called “Amazing Apps” and as you might have guessed, it tells us about the applications developed for the iPhone and the place where these applications are stored - the App Store. The commercial is available below and on Apple’s official YouTube channel.
It is Sunday today, which means it is time for me to tell you about the most interesting posts of the past seven days. If you are ready to take a look at the articles about Apple and its products, let’s start.
The guys from Cupertino have recently released two iPhone 6 commercials. They are called 'Loved' and 'Hardware & Software'. As can be easily guessed from the names of the ads, they tell us about people using iPhones and the reasons for them to love these devices as well as about the perfect combination of hardware and software of the iPhone. The main idea of both clips sounds like “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone”. What a surprise for us!
Both commercials are available below this post and on Apple’s official YouTube channel. Below these short videos you will find the descriptions posted by the guys from Cupertino.
99% of people who have an iPhone… Love their iPhone.
According to the latest rumors that appeared on the Internet earlier this week, the guys from Cupertino may show us a brand new iPod lineup on July 14th. The rumors come from French website iGen.fr, which has a good track record when it comes to Apple gadgets and their release dates. This means we can believe the latest report shared by French reporters.
According to the latest images showing leaked schematics for the next-generation iPhone, the handset will get the same design as its predecessor. However, the device may become a bit thicker due to new hardware components, Chinese insiders claim. The schematics that are available below have been first spotted on the Japanese version of
It is Sunday today, which means I should tell you about the most interesting posts of the past seven days. Let’s take a look at these posts right now.
According to the images shared by reliable sources, the next-generation iPhone may get an updated logic board with a new NFC chip and better flash storage. Apart from that, people familiar with the matter claim the number of chips used to make the iPhone work will decrease, but the hardware will become more efficient.
Jony Ive has finally become Apple’s Chief Design Officer. His profile on Apple’s official website has been updated recently to reflect his new post. Apart from Ive, two other company executives have been promoted. These are Alan Dye who is now Apple’s Vice President of User Interface Design and Richard Howarth, the chief of Industrial Design department. As you might have guessed, Dye will be responsible for the software and its look and Howarth will focus on the hardware.
As you probably know, the guys from Cupertino are expected to release two next-generation iPhones later this year. People familiar with the matter claim these handsets will be called the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. This smartphones will reportedly get new processors, 2GB of RAM, the support of Force Touch technology and a bunch of other hardware improvements. If to speak about the software, the devices will use iOS 9 and boast of a new Music app supporting Apple’s upcoming streaming music service.
According to the latest report from people familiar with the matter, the next-generation Apple Watch will boast of a number of new features aimed at making it a more independent device. Some of the new features may be added to the watchOS 2.0, which is expected to be officially released in the near future.
According to the latest report from Pacific Crest analyst Andy Hargreaves, the guys from Cupertino expect strong demand for the next-generation iPhone. The experts, however, don’t think that Apple will manage to sell more iPhones than last year. You see, the devices that come after a major redesign and a noticeable hardware enhancement are usually less popular among Apple customers and Android switchers. Still, Apple may invent something unusual to lure customers.