Archive | January 8th, 2013

Tim Cook travels to China for second time in 10 months

8. January 2013

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With all tech eyes on CES this week, Apple CEO Tim Cook though it was high time to make his second trip to China in just 10 months. China, of course, remains a lynch-pin in Apple’s continued growth and it’s no coincidence that Cook has repeatedly mentioned during earnings conference calls that Apple has only [...]

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Apple exploring lower-cost iPhone with larger display for emerging markets – Report

8. January 2013

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A new report claims that Apple in 2013 will release a larger, albeit cheaper, iPhone device in an attempt to make inroads in developing markets. The report, originally sourced from Digitimes, notes that this alleged larger iPhone will sport a completely new exterior design. Growing sales of the iPad mini, particularly in China and other [...]

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AT&T announces best-ever quarterly sales of iPhones

8. January 2013

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As Apple prepares to release its earnings from the past quarter in just a few weeks, the evidence that Apple will have an all-time record setting blowout quarter continues to pile up. First, there’s the obvious fact that this past quarter saw the release of a number of new Apple products; the iPhone 5, the [...]

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Apple and Sharp engaged in discussions regarding use of IGZO displays for future iOS products

8. January 2013

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Always looking to push the envelope, Apple is reportedly looking into implementing IGZO display technology into future generations of the iPhone and iPad. IGZO stands for indium gallium zinc oxide – for all you science nerds out there, and will perhaps someday be used in new types of LCD screens. The advantage of IGZO displays [...]

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New iPhone hardware and iOS 7 starting to appear in developer logs

8. January 2013

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Well that was quick. Developers are already reporting seeing evidence of new iPhone hardware and iOS software in their usage logs. A number of developers contacted The Next Web and told them that they’ve been seeing references to ‘iPhone6,1′ data strings running iOS 7. As a quick primer, Apple designates its hardware data strings as [...]

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