According to KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo the next version of the Apple iPhone will be 4.08 inches, an increase of 26% from the current 3.5 inch screen. The resolution of 640 x 1136 means that it will remain a Retina display with pixel density of 320ppi, and offer an aspect ratio of 16:9. Kuo says that Apple takes one handed operation of the Apple iPhone seriously and that the next iteration of the phone will still offer one-handed operation, even with the larger screen.Thanks to the 640 width of the new resolution, the new Apple iPhone will only be taller, not wider, and the 16:9 aspect ratio is the same used by HDTV and other HD screens. Making the aspect ratio 16:9 also allows apps written for older Apple iPhone models to be used on the new handset with the use of a black letterbox at the top and bottom of the screen.The analyst says that he doesn't see Apple going larger than 4.-8 inches with the next iPhone screen because of battery life. A chart released by his firm shows that … [Read more...] about Analyst: Next Apple iPhone can retain one handed operation with its 4.08 inch screen
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Apple would probably like very much to move sales of the next Apple iPhone to the third calendar quarter (the company's fourth fiscal quarter) from the fourth calendar quarter. By moving what would be extremely high amounts of revenue and earnings from the initial rush to buy the phone, from fiscal 2013 to 2012, Apple would be giving a boost to the current fiscal year bottom line. That in turn could lead analysts to upgrade the stock and send it higher. This is all conjecture of course, but there is some evidence to back it up. We do know that the later than usual release of the Apple iPhone 4S last year resulted in a surprisingly weaker September quarter than expected for Apple. According to KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will be releasing the Golden Master for iOS 6 early enough in September so as to release the next iteration of its iconic smartphone also early that month. Besides expecting Apple to legally massage its numbers, Kuo looks for the same changes in iOS 6 that … [Read more...] about Report says September launch for iOS 6 along with next Apple iPhone
The next Apple iPhone might indeed drop the ubiquitous 3.5mm headphone jack and give consumers the option to use the Lightning port for their head gear, or use wireless headphones. We've been hearing this rumor over and over again, first from Japanese blog Mac Otakara, seconded by 9to5Mac, and now FastCompany's Mark Sullivan says it has inside sources that also confirm this.Skipping the 3.5mm headphone jack in the new iPhone (allegedly, the iPhone 7) will make it possible for Apple to make the device even thinner and sleeker looking. The company is also reported to be adding wireless, magnetic charging capabilities to its next iPhone, and it could also make it waterproof.So how credible is this particular rumor? Daring Fireball's John Gruber was quick to dissect it and point out that despite FastCompany's respected name as a source, Sullivan himself has a spotty record with Apple. The journalist wrongly said that Apple was working with Swatch to release its smartwatch, a partnership … [Read more...] about Next Apple iPhone once again said to drop 3.5mm headphone jack for thinner forms
With no official word from Apple on what will be in the innards of the next iteration of the iconic iPhone (that's called alliteration, folks!), a website called Chipworks decided to take an x-ray of the chip powering the new Apple TV 3. What it found was the next generation A5 processor, but with some interesting new features.While the media was calling the new A5 a single core application processor, the x-rays revealed that the A5 in the third generation of Apple TV is actually made with dual-cores. But how could this be, you ask? Even Apple's specs sheet lists Apple TV 3 as being powered by a single core application processor. The answer is that either Apple is using just one of the two cores, or it is binning one of them. This is a process used when a initial runs of a new process result in lower yields. The "bad core" is disabled allowing the manufacturer to increase the number of usable dies per wafer which lowers costs. The A5X chip in the new iPad had both cores enabled, of … [Read more...] about Processor on next Apple iPhone to be produced via Samsung’s 32nm process?
posted on 11 Apr 2012, 17:06 14 1. _PHug_ (Posts: 465; Member since: 11 Oct 2011) "Processor on next Apple iPhone to be produced via Samsung's 32nm process?" posted on 11 Apr 2012, 21:30 4 32. cheetah2k (Posts: 1867; Member since: 16 Jan 2011) How can Apple get their hands on the patents for Samsung's processes, when Samsung already owns them???? posted on 12 Apr 2012, 14:12 1 41. solidsnakeduds013 (Posts: 219; Member since: 20 Oct 2010) I think he was just trying to make a joke 43. cheetah2k (Posts: 1867; Member since: 16 Jan 2011) You're probably right lol ha ha ha :p posted on 11 Apr 2012, 23:59 4 35. Lucas777 (Posts: 2137; Member since: 06 Jan 2011) not really… samsung is smart-- they wont let feuds like android vs ios to get in the way of their deals with apple… and apple knows samsung can provide them with high quality goods… neither one wants to get rid of their relationship in this respect-- they both benefit posted on … [Read more...] about Comments for : Processor on next Apple iPhone to be produced via Samsung’s 32nm process?