MacBook shipments to decrease in 2014 by around 15% from 12 million units in 2013 to 10 million units or even maybe even 9.9 million units, according to of Taiwan-based supply chain makers. According to source, Apple decreased shipments in March.
That purported new iPhone backing has decided to show off its taller, slimmer, self again — this time in a full 360-degree video from parts reseller, ETradeSupply. It doesn’t reveal much more than what we got to see in those initial photos: a relocated headphone socket, two-tone surface and a much smaller dock connector.
The rumor about Apple releasing a miniature version of the iPad is indeed still persisting, and the latest information to come from Taiwan seems to suggest that the rumor could soon become a mini reality.
Rumors of a 7-inch iPad mini have been around since just after the launch of the original iPad in 2010, Apple is reportedly targeting October 2012 for its release.
According to analyst, a mobile payment service incorporating NFC technology will be implemented into both the iPad and iPhone in the not-so-distant future.
Of course, since it’s all analysis, evidence is more circumstantial than concrete, yet JP Morgan’s Mark Moskowitz, seems optimistic that Apple is preparing a mobile payment service of some description. His better judgment reckons the service to be called iPay.
Although Apple has made no official announcement regarding the specifications of the new desktops, it has been widely reported in the last week or so that the popular desktop machines will run on Intel Core i5 and i7 processors, reportedly the Intel 22-nanometer Ivy Bridge.
A recruiter for Foxconn has been recorded on a Japanese-language TV program stating the Cupertino-based company will release its next-gen iPhone as early as June.
Repair Labs said it got ahold of an iPad 3 case that has numerous differences from an iPad 2—listed below:
An analyst who specializes in all things Apple is certain that Apple branded Television sets are coming next year. He listed all of the details he thinks it’ll have, and is so sure that he urged people to not buy the current set-top box (2nd generation Apple TV).
Business Insider sat down with analyst Gene Munster during their IGNITION conference. Munster strongly believes that an Apple-branded TV set is coming, and he listed all of the features it’ll have.
It’ll be a “full-fledged TV set” not a set-top box like the current Apple TV, mostly because Apple thinks people hate plugging in external gadgets.
Case makers have traditionally been early sources of rumors about Apple’s next whatever big thing. Thus far, it’s been true for the upcoming iPhone 5. Financial incentives stemming from selling cases from day one are measured in millions of dollars in quick profits. Hence, it is really no surprise that case vendors have developed quality sources who tip them Apple gadgets’ dimensions and shapes so they could make molds on time.