Bolopad.com, a Chinese site, has just leaked some pictures of a working iPad Mini. There have been lots of rumors about Apple releasing a smaller version of the iPad to compete with the Samsung products and the Amazon Kindle Fire HD. Now we have pictures of a fully assembled iPad Mini that is running iOS 6.
The iPhone 5 was just announced and before the official announcement we knew pretty much the exact details due to all of the leaks. This is great news and seems fairly accurate that Apple will release an iPad Mini before the holidays.
This may just be a concept of what the mini iPad may look like. I am guessing that Apple will try to make it look more like the iPhone 5 with an aluminum back and 2 tone. There is another rumor rolling around that Apple will unvail the iPad next month. Stay tuned for more details.
What do you guys think of the pictures? Would you buy an iPad Mini?
A few rumors have been popping up lately about T-Mobile supporting the iPhone. With the release of the iPhone 5 just around the corner, T-Mobile is trying everything they can to secure customers. They are rolling out training for their employees to help sell against the iPhone and encouraging customers to bring their unlocked iPhone to the T-Mobile network to save money over the other guys.
Now it appears T-Mobile will have in store displays demonstrating unlocked iPhones running on their 3G network (and possibly 4G network with the iPhone 5). We don’t have a lot of details right now but we do know that store managers were asked to activate a new microSIM before the end of August, but not told what device it would used with.
T-Mobile has said that their 4G network will be compatible with the iPhone by the end of the year. That is only a few months to rollout the whole country. Some cities have already seen their iPhone running on T-Mobile’s 3G network. Unfortunatly even T-Mobile’s customer support has no clue on the official rollout process and are currently pushing customers to purchase other 4G phones in the meantime, like the Samsung Galaxy S III.
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The next generation iPhone, called iPhone 5 for the time being, will most likely get some improved cameras. The new camera will offer the same 8 mega pixels, but with offer an improved aperture of f/2.4 to f/2.2 in order to reduce camera module height by nearly 0.5 mm. This needs to be done in order to slim down the next generation iPhone so that it can take advantage of the larger screen and slimmer design.
The front camera will receive the largest improvement. Previous iPhone’s had a very nice rear camera and then a crapy VGA front camera. The iPhone 5 is expected to have an HD front camera to make better use of Apple’s FaceTime. Currently these are all just rumors until we hear an official announcement from Apple. Hopefully it will be at WWDC next Monday. Stay tuned.read more
The Verge reported that Apple sent invites for that iPad 3 event we all have waited for. It will be held on March 7 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco at 10 a.m. PST. The three app icons featured on the shot hold small clues: The Maps icon shows an infinite loop (it is the “who,” as Apple’s address is 1 Infinite Loop); the Calendar displays Wednesday, March 7 (the “when”); but the keynote app is mystifying.
This news officially exposed CNBC’s report calling for a March unveiling in New York City inaccurate. True to Apple’s form, the invite teases with an iPad close-up shot featuring a finger touching upon the Calendar icon. The tagline reads:
We have something you really have to see. And touch.
Both the wording (“something you really have to see”) and the image appears to confirm the long-standing rumors of an ultra high-resolution Retina Display (2048-by-1536 pixels), reportedly the key selling point of the device. Also interesting is lack of the physical home button—assuming the close-up was meant to depict iPad 3 in portrait orientation.read more
Hey guys, now I know this isn’t Apple related but I’m just so excited about this that I had to share it with you guys as soon as I got the news. GTA V has finally been announced! We will be seeing a trailer on November 2nd, which means 2 things.
1) It’s reached a point in development where they can show it off.
2) It’s not that much more of a wait. I am hearing February 2012 as being the launch date.
I am so excited, I have been hearing rumors of this game for months and months, leading up to this, but it’s finally official. Head over to rockstargames.com to see for yourself.
Thanks guys, but hey, for you PC gamers out there, GTA V might come to the Mac…
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