While smartphones and tablets already have much higher resolution than current notebooks and monitors, that will change very soon. After Apple introduced Retina display, its biggest competitor Samsung is working on a 13.3-inch screen with 3200 x 1800 pixels resolution.
Android and iOS relegated Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Symbian, Bada, to the fringes, jointly making up 92.3 percent of the smartphone operating system market, according to the latest data by market analyst IDC. Microsoft has a long way to go, but has reason to cheer.
While most of us are either anxious to see new iPhone or are already bored with what to expect from the Apple's new flagship smartphone. One way or another, the iPhone 6 has appeared in Vodafone UK database which means the smartphone is near its launch.
Even though Windows 8 is out for more than six months now, there is no iTunes Metro application available. While Microsoft did invited Apple to produce a Windows 8 iTunes app, the Cupertino company seems not too interested in building a Windows 8 iTunes app.
Apple's next mobile operating system, the iOS 7, could bring some major changes to design elements the past six generations of the software retained, such as 3D-effects on its icons, buttons, menus, etc. Analysts predict long term Apple users could find it "unsettling."
Tim Cook was merely referring to iOS-powered handhelds (the iPads and iPhones), when he said that his company had nothing new to offer before fall. Apparently a hardware update and "significant redesign" of the MacBook line is underway, featuring next-gen Intel chips.
During the company's quarterly earnings call on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the company is planning some amazing new hardware that will be introduced this fall and throughout 2014. This means no iPhone 5S and iPad mini 2 tablet until this fall.
Apple's next iPad could be 'Sharp'-er, with reports of the company bring IGZO panel technology on board. IGZO offers higher pixel density and better color reproduction than current flat-panel technologies, indicating Apple could up display resolution.
After a lot of rumours during last few months, first alleged picture of the Apple's lower-cost iPhone has surfaced. Following earlier reports that Apple might try to sell a cheaper handset, the alleged picture reveals a white iPhone with a plastic case.
To keep up with the production of Apple's next-gen handset, Foxconn has once again started hiring for their plant in Zhengzhou. According to a person familiar with the plans, Foxconn resumed hiring at a Chinese factory as it prepares to make a new iPhone.