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.
A report states Apple has got two companies supplying the iPhone 5 8-megapixel camera.
The iPhone 5 launch date of October now seems even more likely as assembly has started, according to an article on Japanese website Macotakara. The site claims that a Chinese source has informed them that Foxconn Technology and Pegatron Technology are beginning to start assemble the new iPhone 5, with a share of 85% and 15% respectively.
The Sony Nozomi could well be the survival card for Sony who has had a very tough year so far with a $3.1 billion loss forecast and the huge failure of the PSN Network. Unofficial details leaked from a tipster who is believed to be a Sony Ericsson insider suggest that the Nozomi may be a difficult contender for even the Apple iPhone 5.
There have been a number of iPhone cases appearing onto the Chinese market that rumor the new iphone 5 to be thinner, like the iPod Touch.
Thanks to Toshiba, you can ditch those black-framed glasses as you can now watch 3D without glasses. Perhaps a sneaky kiss in the cinema or when watching a film will be a shade more successful now.
The Sonim XP3300 Force has made it into the Guiness Book of Records after surviving a 25m-drop onto concrete without any damage affecting the operation of the phone. Now you wouldn’t hear anyone saying that about there glass shattering iPhone…
At the IFA trade show, Samsung has announced the Galaxy Note. A 9.65mm thin, 177 gram smartphone tablet.
Another Tablet is soon to hit the market, dubbed the Andy Pad. The Andy Pad is a 7 inch Android-powered tablet with a price tag of just £129 for the 8GB model, but a 16GB model is available for £179. This tablet differs slightly from others by coming preinstalled with many apps and games.
The first of Sony’s Android powered tablets are set to ship in September. The Tablet S and Tablet P come in two forms, single and dual-screen and will be priced between £399 and £499.