Sunday, October 13, 2013

Renderings Show Rumored iPad 5 in the Apple Store

Martin Hajek has released new renders of the rumored iPad 5 that show how it would look in the Apple Store.

Certain Australian Apple-leakers can show us parts of the iPad 5, show us half-finished iPad 5′s, iPad 5 screen bezels, iPad 5 fingerprint sensors, iPad 5….

What they can’t show us is how the iPad 5 will look like in the Apple store.

Leaked Hands-On Video of the Unreleased Google Nexus 5 Smartphone

A hands-on video of the what appears to be a Google Nexus 5 prototype has leaked online, reports Engadget.

The unit matches a previous accidental photo leak from Google, but it's unlikely the final version; the software is listed as KeyLimePie, the back is marked with "Not For Sale" and the camera lens appears rough around the edges.

Nearly all the details on smartphone have already leaked online thanks to a service manual from LG. The phone was also left to charge unattended at the bar where an employee managed to capture a few video clips of the device.

Take a look at the hands-on video below. No word yet on when Google is planning to announce the device.

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Apple to Release 12-Inch Retina Display MacBook, Higher Resolution iPad, Lower Cost iMac in 2014?

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has issued a research note outlining his expectations for upcoming Apple products, reports 9to5Mac.

Kuo predicts a 12-inch Retina Display MacBook, a higher resolution sixth generation iPad, and a lower cost iMac.

12-Inch Retina Display MacBook With a New Design:
● Smaller MacBook with entirely new design
● Launching in either Q2 or Q3 of 2014
● 12-inch screen, but as portable as current 11-inch MacBook Air and productive as 13-inch MacBook Air
● Higher-resolution display (Retina)
● Will “redefine laptop computing” once again just like the current MacBook Air design
● Thinner/lighter than MacBook Air, new clamshell structure
● Will run on Intel chip, not Apple-based A8 processor
● Potentially lower-cost than current Apple notebooks