iPhone 6 to Feature Sharp’s Next-Gen Poly-Silicon LCDs in 2012

According to a new report from Japanese newspaper Nikkan, Apple has selected Sharp as the supplier of LCDs for iPhone 6 (sixth-generation) expected to launch in 2012. Sharp’s next-generation poly-silicon – or ‘p-Si’ – LCD displays are low temperature, and would allow for a thinner and lighter iPhone 6. The … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iPhone 5 / 4S To Feature Larger Screen? [Photos]

New photos published by M.I.C. Gadget today reveal a white iPhone 4 with a slightly larger display, which many are already dubbing the ‘iPhone 4S’ or ‘iPhone 5′; the next generation iPhone which will feature Apple’s A5 processor – the dual-core chip that recently debuted in the iPad 2. Despite … Read the Full Story →

iPad 3 Could Feature 2GHz Dual-Core Samsung CPU

A representative for Samsung revealed today that the Korean company is developing a smartphone that boasts a 2GHz dual-core CPU, giving the device data processing capacities of 4GHz – performance that rivals desktop PCs. The rep said: We are planning to release a 2Ghz dual core CPU-equipped smartphone by next year. … Read the Full Story →

Apple Testing New LED Backlight for iPad 2

A DigiTimes report published today reveals that Apple is testing new LED backlight products designed to be used in devices like the iPad. LED chip packaging company Everlight Electronics has supplied the Cupertino company with samples of its products for validation, according to the Chinese-language Commecial Times. Everlight has been … Read the Full Story →

First Reviews Don’t Look Good for the BlackBerry PlayBook

The BlackBerry PlayBook is RIM’s answer to Apple’s iPad – a 7.6-inch tablet that boasts a 1GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and two high-resolution cameras. It’s received bucket loads of hype since it was announced, with the tech world dying to get their hands on the device and establish whether … Read the Full Story →

Future iPods to be Made from Carbon Fiber, Boast Wi-Fi Syncing

A source for Cult of Mac has revealed that Apple has been testing out wireless syncing with iPods for the past two years, and that Steve Jobs is pushing to get the technology into the next generation of iPods. While syncing a large collection of music over a Wi-Fi network … Read the Full Story →

Nintendo 3DS Will Be a Success, But it Won’t Beat Apple Devices

A new report from DigiTimes published on Monday reveals that while Nintendo’s 3DS will be a huge success for the company, it won’t be as big as the previous generation DS handheld thanks to growing competition from devices such as the iPhone, iPod touch and Android smartphones. Research from IHS … Read the Full Story →

Apple Unhappy With Best Buy Over iPad 2 Sales Technique?

A new report from CrunchGear published today has revealed that Apple may be unhappy with Best Buy for holding back stock of the iPad 2 after reaching their daily sales quota. Despite the overwhelming demand for the second generation device, and the difficult consumers are having with trying to acquire … Read the Full Story →

Future Apple Devices to Boast Interactive Bezel?

A new patent published by Patently Apple today reveals Apple’s plans to create a smart, interactive bezel for iOS devices, which would make those wasted areas around touch screens incredibly useful. The patent illustrates a bezel that lights up to display words or icons when required. It will be touch … Read the Full Story →

Apple Orders 12,000 Terabytes of Storage for iTunes Video Content

According to a recent report from StorageNewsletter.com, Apple has ordered 12,000 terabytes (12 petabyes) of storage from Isilon Systems for hosting video content on the iTunes Store. The deal was said to “probably” make Apple Isulon’s largest customer, and could indicate that plans for a digital locker service to store … Read the Full Story →