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The big announcement today is the iPad Mini, a smaller version of Apple’s popular iPad. The tablet, designed directly to compete with Amazon’s Kindle products and Google Nexus 7, will feature a 1,024 x 768 screen resolution (the same screen resolution as the iPad 2).
So Apple’s new iMac with Retina Display is going to supposedly launch this coming Fall. At this stage in the game though, I wouldn’t get my hopes up too high yet. After all, the story was published by DigiTimes, which doesn’t exactly have a flawless record when it comes to predicting Apple’s product launches. But still — the site claimed that it heard from Apple’s supply chain “sources” saying that Apple will receive the parts in July for a possible October launch.
So Apple’s Retina Display is no longer “king of the crop”. LG has just unveiled a new five-inch display which is said to give Retina Display a real run for its money. The new LCD screen is based on AH-IPS (Advanced High Performance In-Plane Switching) technology and has an impressive resolution of 1920×1080, so it’ll be pushing a 1080p resolution! It has a
It’s been a while since the last MacBook Pros were 0uted, and the rumors are suggesting that Apple will be releasing their new series of Laptop during the WWDC conference on June 11. We all know Apple — they reduce the price of one product when an even better one is coming out soon. Well, that’s exactly the case.
With Retina Displays now in their iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and supposedly next generation Macbooks; wouldn’t it make sense for Apple to have the displays in their iMacs?
Well, according to an ABC News report, sources revealed just that. — The next iMac line of desktops will be getting a higher resolution display, a lot higher.
The New iPad, as you all know, is Apple’s latest flagship device. Having sold over 3 million units in its opening weekend, along with being complete with Retina Display, a 5MP camera, an A5X Processor and more, you could argue that it is the best tablet out there on the market. Don’t get me wrong, I love the New iPad much more than my iPad 2, however, it’s still far from perfect. There’s a lot of word out at the moment of all the “problems” so I am going to cover many of them and “tell it to you straight”.
The New iPad, iPad 3, the new iPad 3… whatever you call it, is Apple’s latest addition to its tablet range. From the outside, it really does look like the iPad 2, however, it couldn’t be any less different, with an overhaul on the innards.
The question most people ask when it comes to the new iPad is: what’s different from the old one?
Despite recent reports that Intel’s next-gen Ivy Bridge chips may see an 8- to 10-week delay, which pushes the release back to June, insider sources say that Apple may still be launching the much rumored MacBook Pro refresh as early as April.
Intel has staggered its shipments before and may give Apple a head start with about 900,000 units, according to DigiTimes’ sources in Apple’s upstream supply chain.
It’s been rumored that Apple will be launching a thinner, redesigned Air-like MacBook Pro starting off with the more popular 15-inch model in April and then introducing the revamped 17-inch model later on. The next-gen lineup is expected to feature Intel’s Ivy Bridge chips and rumored to sport a Retina Display-like screen with 2,880 x 1,800 pixels, twice the current resolution found on the 15-inch MacBook Pro displays.
Apple have just announced their new iPad which will be in stores on March 16th. And its name?
This is the next generation of Apple’s iOS iPad, running on iOS 5.1 – and yes, it’s still got a physical button.
As was rumored, this thing is packing a Retina display, potentially making this the most pixel-packed slate on the market. The 9.7-inch screen plays host to 3.1 million pixels in a 2048 x 1536 arrangement – that’s 264ppi. It’s not just a higher resolution though, the screen also boasts improved color saturation.