The thing about Apple rumors – notoriously hard to judge in the first place – is that they get even harder to judge when …
Arizona facility could pump out 100 million to 200 million displays per year.
New hardware could have a store for games, reports suggest.
It doesn’t involve the physical dimensions of the display.
Analysts and “supply chain” sources keep on getting it wrong.
Pressure sensitivity rumored to come later.
Phil Schiller’s shirt might be the most perplexing item on the list.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple has asked the two companies it contracts with to produce iPhones — Hon Hai and Pegatron — to scale back on production of the iPhone 5c model.
A newly-designed 12-inch laptop could sport a Retina display, according to an analyst with a good track record.
Apple is expected to unload non-iPhone goodies – a new iPad Mini, a new standard iPad, and some more info about the previously-introduced Mac Pro.
“When I first discovered that was my voice, to be honest it was a little creepy.”
Apple may be having trouble securing enough high-resolution displays to produce a Retina-based iPad Mini this year.