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Taller, Bigger Screens Could Be Coming to the Next-Gen iPhone and iPod Touch

Posted by Zack | Posted in Consumer Electronics | Posted on 22-05-2012

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taller iPod Touch screenRumor time! Here on the internet it’s always rumor time, especially if you’re talking about Apple. The newest rumor comes in the form of a new screen size for the unannounced iPhone 5. A recent leaked image of a supposed iPod Touch screen panel has hit the internet, showing an increased screen size for the device.

Macrumors dropped images of white and black front panels that supposedly belong to the next generation of Apple’s iPod Touch. The images show panels that measure the screen at 4.1″ diagonally, a full 0.6″ larger than the last four generations of the device.

It is still unclear as to whether or not these photos are legitimate or not, or whether Macrumors’ source is legit either, though Macrumors has a pretty good track record with their sources and leaks. The site was able to post some pictures of the third-generation iPad panel with specs that matched the final product several weeks before the device was even announced.

What is even more interesting is that these pics come right on the heels of a blog post made on Apple blog 9to5Mac that Apple is testing two new iPhone variants, one of which will include a 3.95″ display. In addition to that, recent claims from The Wall Street Journal, Reuters and Bloomberg state  that Apple is planning on increasing the screen size of the next iPhone.

The photos of the screens weren’t the only thing posted by Macrumors. The site also posted pics of what could be the new front and rear camera parts as well as the home button that could all be heading to the next generation of the iPhone.

It is expected that Apple will follow a similar release schedule for the iPhone 5 like it did last year with the iPhone 4S with the release of the new device coming this fall. It is also rumored that Apple will be dropping some hardware updates in the next couple of weeks at its annual developers conference where it will debut retooled versions of the company’s notebooks and a new version of iOS.

Source: CNET – Taller iPod Touch screen parts already spotted in the wild

 

Apple TV Not Likely Until 2014

Posted by Zack | Posted in Consumer Electronics | Posted on 08-05-2012

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Apple TV and RemoteDespite recent rumors, Apple will not launch its much talked about Apple TV in 2012, at least that’s what analyst are saying. However, these same analysts are saying that an actual Apple TV is on its way and that the physical set could land in homes as early as 2014. Until then, though, we will have to rely on the great things set to come out of Apple’s set top box.

Mark Moskowitz, an analyst for J.P. Morgan, has noted that all of his research on the subject “does not indicate any looming TV-related product launch” from Apple. In addition to that, Moskowitz suggested that the “strained” economic conditions show that it would be unwise for Apple to release a television in 2012.

Moskowitz also says that there are plenty of other options currently available. According to Moskowitz, “We are not sure that the Apple premium could prevail in the TV market, unless there is a radical change of the user interface, integration of the TV programming and data content, and use of gesture or voice control.”

Apple is still viewed as the company that will “radically alter the TV landscape” according to J.P. Morgan, who also believes that Apple’s approach will be slower than most. Moskowitz also believes that Apple may very well expand Apple TV into “more of a set top box module”.

According to J.P. Morgan, “We believe Apple can design a smarter set top box to manage all components behind the end user’s TV experience, as well as eliminate the oft-cumbersome user interface provided by the cable and satellite operators.”

There is also talk of what new features could come to the Apple TV. Things like a universal remote control through Siri or gestures, advanced set top box capabilities, DVR capabilities and gaming console options are all distinct possibilities with any new type of Apple TV or set top box.

Source: PC World – Expect Apple TV in 2014, Analyst Says

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