Unless the rumors are completely off-base, that’s when the company will announce the next iPhone.
The devil’s in the details.
Although the details on Apple’s next iPhone are still a mystery, one thing you can count on is a faster device.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple asked assembling partner Hon Hai “to begin shipping both a new high-end and low-end iPhone in early September.” It’s unclear whether Apple would announce both at its rumored September 10 event; Apple has yet to roll out two iPhones at once.
It’s apparently not a gaudy over-the-top gold, but more of a champagne hue.
The next iPhone may be a month away, claims AllThingsD
A recent report by the Wall Street Journal claims that the new iPad Mini “will likely feature a high-resolution screen.”
A dose of common sense goes a long way when it comes to Apple rumors.
Bloomberg reports that Apple “is seeking a trademark for ‘iWatch’ in Japan,” stoking rumors that the company is working on a wrist-worn gadget meant to augment certain iPad and iPhone features.
While Google and even Sony have tried to launch their own smart-TV projects, I believe it will be Apple who shows the world how to make a smart TV
Apple may unveil a streaming music service at WWDC next week.
In which I follow up on my May 2012 story on the Taipei-based news site’s famously untrustworthy Apple reporting.