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Leaked Screenshots iPad 3 Will Have Quad-Core A6 Processor, LTE Support Leaked Screenshots iPad 3 Will Have Quad-Core A6 Processor, LTE Support(0)

Leaked screenshots from a source claiming to have an iPad 3 prototype reveals that the upcoming device features an A6 Quad-Core processor and LTE support, reports BGR.

The photos below show data from a development and debug tool called iBoot.

For starters, the model numbers are J1 and J2 (iPad3,1 and iPad3,2), and while DigiTimes reported this a few weeks ago, these two models are not different devices, just a single iPad available in two versions – one with Wi-Fi only and one with Wi-Fi and embedded GSM/CDMA/LTE for all carriers. Also included in the photos is, for the first time, confirmation of which processor Apple will be using in the iPad 3: an A6 processor with model number S5L8945X. For reference, the Read More

iPhone 5 to have 8MP Camera, CDMA-GSM Qualcomm Chip iPhone 5 to have 8MP Camera, CDMA-GSM Qualcomm Chip(0)

FBR Capital Markets predicts the iPhone 5 will begin production in Q3 featuring an 8MP camera and a Qualcomm CDMA-GSM chip, according to PCWorld.

In a research note, FBR says they expect about about 20 million iPhones will be produced in the third quarter with the iPhone 5 accounting for about 8 million of those.

OmniVision is predicted to be the supplier of an 8 megapixel CMOS sensor with Sony being a possible backup supplier.
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Apple Will Start Shipping iPhone 5 in September Apple Will Start Shipping iPhone 5 in September(0)

Reuters is reporting that Apple will begin shipping the iPhone 5 in September.

Apple Inc suppliers will begin production of its next-generation iPhone in July this year, with the finished product likely to begin shipping in September, three people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday.

The new smartphone will have a faster processor but will look largely similar to the current iPhone 4, one of the people said.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo with Concord Securities has heard that “the iPhone 5 will include the faster A5 processor already found in the iPad 2, as well as a higher resolution 8 megapixel rear camera. He has also been told that Apple will switch Read More

TinyUmbrella is Updated to Support iOS 4.3.2, 4.2.7 TinyUmbrella is Updated to Support iOS 4.3.2, 4.2.7(0)

TinyUmbrella has been updated to support iOS 4.3.2 for GSM devices and iOS 4.2.7 for CDMA devices.

TinyUmbrella is now updated to support 4.3.2 / 4.2.7 iOS versions. I’ve also added a simple feature to allow you to ‘Visit Blog’ when updates are available.

You can download TinyUmbrella from the link below…


Apple to Ship iPhone 5 in 2012 Apple to Ship iPhone 5 in 2012(0)

Apple will reportedly begin shipping the iPhone 5 in early 2012 and focus its energy in 2011 on shipping the CDMA iPhone to more countries, according to sources.

According to Chinese source, iPhone 5 will not probablly be shipped during 2011 Fourth Quarter because the parts manufacturing for iPhone 5 are not started.
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iPad 2 Cost of Materials Estimated at $326.60 iPad 2 Cost of Materials Estimated at $326.60(0)

An iSuppli teardown analysis of the iPad 2 has revealed a Bill of Materials of $326.60, according to a press released from the company.

With the second-generation iPad, Apple Inc. has held the line on the bill of materials (BOM), maintaining virtually the same costs as the first version of the device, an IHS iSuppli teardown analysis of the product has revealed. The 32GB NAND flash memory version of the iPad 2 equipped the with Global System for Mobile Communications/high-speed packet access (GSM/HSPA) air standard carries a BOM of $326.60. The 32GB version equipped with the code division multiple access (CDMA) air standard carries a BOM of $323.25. The compares with $320 for the first-generation 32GB 3G iPad, based on pricing from April 2010.

When manufacturing costs are added, the cost to produce the GSM/HSPA version rises to $336.60, and the CDMA version goes to $333.25. The attached table presents the IHS iSuppli preliminary BOM and manufacturing cost estimates for the two versions of the iPad 2 torn down by IHS iSuppli.

The component and vendor selection in the second-generation iPad 2 closely conforms with that of the original iPad. “Despite the obvious changes to iPad like the enclosure and the battery, and the less obvious changes in the touch screen, the iPad 2’s components and design are remarkably similar if not the same as those of the iPad 1,” Rassweiler observed. “The iPad 1 and iPad 2 use the same components and suppliers for the NAND flash, the multi-touch controllers and touch screen drivers, as well as the same core chip in the wireless section as was found in the iPhone 4. Many of the other components—including the apps processor and the Bluetooth/frequency/global positioning system/wireless local area Read More

Pay-as-you-go CDMA iPhone 4 Pay-as-you-go CDMA iPhone 4(0)

As any astute follower of the “pay-as-you-go” world knows, there are quite a few back alley Cricket dealers (and quite a few main street ones as well) that will happily flash any phone you give them for use on their network — and not even Verizon’s CDMA iPhone is immune. Ready to jump ship from “America’s largest?” Of course, you’ll have to jailbreak, install some third party MMS software, and trust some random dude at the Cricket store with your precious smartphone. We’re not saying it’s wise, but it is possible, as the video below attests. Read More

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