Facebook has finally done a major update to their iOS App, but still no iPad version of the application. This update has changed multiple things:
NVIDIA’S chief executive Jen-Hsun Huang has been talking about his companies short and long term financial outlook, he provided some insight into the quad core future. NVIDIA expects to bring in around $4.7 and $5billion in revenue during 2013, with a lot of revenue from its mobile chip unit projected to tenfold by 2015 up to a giant $20 billion.
With all the speculation surrounding what the next iPhone 5 will feature and when it will be released, a more important question has got us wondering.
Deutsche Telekom has somehow started to offer people the chance to reserve the iPhone 5. Weird as the iPhone 5 hasn’t even been officially announced. The network has confirmed the plans which happened to be leaked by a German iPhone Blog last week.
As we well know Sony has had a few problems with their security over the past year; which at the IFA press conference they assured the press and consumers that they are doing their hardest too stay on top of the security issues that have attacked them over the past year.
The Sony Tablet S is now available for pre-order in the UK, scheduled for release on 16th September. Dixons are offering the 16GB Wi-Fi model for £399, matching the cheapest available iPad.
The price of the 32GB Motorola Xoom has now been reduced down to £329 at Dixons, that’s nearly £200 off the launch price!
From reading countless reports and doing a bit of our own digging, we’ve pulled together what we expect the iPhone 5 full specs to be. Of course we could be completely wrong, so take it with a pinch of salt, but these are the specs that are likely to be valid.
It was only less than a week ago that a screenshot was leaked suggesting a “Apple Fixture Installation” on the 21st of October, however, another document has appeared on the Internet indicating that the iPhone 5 will be launched in the first week of October.