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Apparently, the design of the upcoming new iPhone believed to be coming in October could be slowing up the handset’s production.
That’s according to a report from 9to5Mac, which claims that at least one assembly line for the new iPhone is being stalled because of troubles with the handset’s new design. According to PCWorld, that design is something like tear-shaped, with a rounded back, and it’s giving the machines producing the handset some troubles.
Unnamed sources cited by 9to5Mac reportedly confirmed a couple of rumors we’ve been hearing about the next iPhone: specifically, that there’s not one new iPhone in the pipe, but two. That’ll be a handset similar to the iPhone 4 (perhaps known as the iPhone 4S) and the actual iPhone 5, a redesigned model that’s a bigger technological step forward from the current handset. The launch is now believed around Oct. 7, with Apple expecting to have 10 million handsets available at launch.
Sources also told 9to5Mac the iPhone 5 will have a larger screen than the iPhone 4, and a thinner, rounder body.
This wouldn’t be the first time something about a new iPhone handset stalled up the actual phone’s manufacturing process. The finally released white iPhone 4 was set to come out just a few months after it was initially announced way back in June 2010, but all kinds of trouble with the white paint and the heat applied to the phone during manufacturing caused months of delays (it only just came out in April 2011).
AT&T accidentally lists iPhone 4S (maybe)
Speaking of the iPhone 4S and white handsets, an interesting screen grab made its way around the Internet this weekend that suggests Apple might have both on-hand in coming months.
The screenshot shows this item: “iPhone 4S white,” listed on an internal AT&T product system. The shot comes from Engadget, which received it from a tipster. If it’s the real deal, it seems to back the rumors coming out from 9to5Mac and others stating that we’d be seeing a more iPhone 4-like handset coming up this fall.
It also appears that Apple plans to have a white handset on hand at launch, which is a pretty big deal given how popular the white iPhone 4 has been. Part of the sustained demand for the iPhone 4 has been the numerous different models that have been released since its original June announcement. First there was the Verizon version of the iPhone 4 that dropped in February. Then, in April, the white iPhone reinvigorated iPhone 4 sales after a huge wait, since the alternate-color handset was announced right along with the original iPhone 4.
White is pretty popular among iPhone owners, for whatever reason, and it would make sense that Apple would want to get the white version out early to try to drag in more customers.
According to sources within the famous British site TiPb , the next model of iPhone will be sold on the U.S. territory from Friday, October 7. IPad different fate for retinal display that will not arrive until the spring of 2012.
The news is pending against an update for the iPhone “4S”, with a chip faster and better cameras, but it is very plausible that this iPhone will 4S in fact the cheapest model. The sources of TiPb guys keep saying that Apple is probably working on 2 new iPhone for the next launch, and that most likely we’ll see an iPhone and an iPhone 4S 5.
TiPb guys always say that, although an iPad retinal display was much talked for an outstanding debut, consumers will not see this device until the next spring.
Given up for lost several times the ‘ iPod Classic , the only family to have maintained a traditional hard drive instead of flash memory, is still marketed in the 160 GB version, though Apple has not made up of two new product years now.
In the age of icloud , where content is stored on Apple servers and synchronized via wireless devices, the iPod Classic seems anachronistic, a product intended to be permanently pensioned off, as happened recently for the white MacBook .
However, Apple could also decide to update the iPod Classic, transforming it into a product with the times, adding wireless capability to integrate the ecosystem of icloud.
The rumors about the new Time Capsule , then turned out to be unfounded, speculated the adoption of the Apple processor A4 and IOS to fit best with the functionality of the system icloud and make everything a true cloud solution, the distributed storage of content.
Without necessarily go to these levels, Apple would simply give the iPod Classic features an external hard drive Wi-Fi, like the Seagate Go Flex Satellite , providing extra storage for devices with little memory as it is rumored to be the ‘ iPhone 4s .
There are several phones out there that have been leaked so much over a long period of time, that by the time they are actually began one of two things happens. The device can be a hit when released, all thanks to the early leaks and rumors about the device. Or until it hits the shelves, people may not care about it already, and I look forward to another phone. For Apple, W iPhone 4 is different. It’s been a year since we first laid our eyes on the white device, and we know that is true, because people actually used. Read the rest of this entry »
Apple has started sending the new iPhone unit test 4 to some game developers by allowing them to prepare their product for the next generation iPhone. Test units did not differ from the iPhone 4 on the outside, but inside there is a spanking new Apple A5 dual-core chip.
This does not mean that the iPhone 5 in their hands, but tells us that the next iPhone will pack a dual-core system 2 is IPAD A5. people saw and worked with the phone connection test their iPhone 4S. They run on the new, unknown 4 IOS version that supports the new hardware. So I have no idea how the next iPhone will look like, but it has a chip A5 – 1-GHz dual-core Cortex A9, and nine times faster than the PowerVR graphics. Apparently, Apple wants an even bigger share of the mobile gaming scene. All the recent rumors suggest, IOS, iPhone 5 and 5 will be announced at the WWDC in June and will be released in September this year. Source