After months of speculation and numerous leaks, Apple today finally unveiled the iPhone 5. The phone looks similar to the leaks we have been seeing in the past couple of months and sports an all glass and aluminum design. Apple claims they have changed almost every part inside the iPhone 5. Read on to find out more. (more…)Google+
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The iPhone is the most anticipated, the most profitable and most desirable product in consumer electronics. When ever there is a new iPhone launch around the corner, there is a sense of anticipation and the same is true this year too. This time around we have seen a number of leaks that have painted a reasonable picture of what to expect this time around. Many conspiracy theorists believe this was Apple’s grand plan before it bamboozled the press at it keynote with a completely different product, but we wil...
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Could this be the next new iPhone or the iPhone 5 that Apple is expected to launch later this year? That is hard to tell but we certainly are orgasming on the latest leak related to the God phone. The folks at 9to5mac have received images of what is alleged to be the rear casing as well as the front display of next iPhone and from what we can see it surely hits all the points that have been churning in the rumor mill lately. Read on for details. (more…)Google+
The next iPhone, which is expected to be launched in October this year, was among the last projects Steve Jobs worked before his death last year. A Bloomberg report, citing sources, claims that Jobs was closely working on the redesigned iPhone, which is expected to feature a larger 4.5-inch display and a completely new look. (more…)Google+
The next iPhone will feature a larger display, possibly measuring 4-inches diagonally, the WSJ is reporting today. This is not the first time we are hearing about Apple responding to rivals and recognizing the trend of larger displays in smartphones. Even the iPhone 4S was rumored to sport a larger display. (more…)Google+