Although Apple has yet to officially announce the anticipated next-generation iPhone, rumors have begun to pour in as is the case every year. Apple may in fact be, however, testing two iPhone prototypes, as they're still deciding which to unveil later this year.
We currently rely on some hardy, heavy duty cases to save our beloved iOS devices in those rare situations where we may accidentally drop them in water. But what if your iOS devices came straight from Apple as fool-proof in that you could safely drop them in water without a worry? That could be the case for future iPhone iterations.
As more and more rumors flood in, what tends to be the case in past years, due to the rumored dates of new product announcements comes ever so close, there are always some interesting mockups that make their way onto the web. Hypothetically, this next one that we're presenting to you could happen, but it probably will not. The video is intriguing, regardless.
As the expected time of the announcement of the next-generation iPad, which is being highly anticipated, approaches closer and closer, we're inevitably going to see a ton of different rumors pop here here and there of which some will be completely plausible while others may be quite peculiar. Regardless, the first of those has spilled in, that confirms some past speculation.
You all probably don’t believe any of these circulating rumors anymore, and I don’t blame you. After all, there are a whole plethora of them floating around, of which one or none materialize. But Boy Genius Reports urges you to believe this one from “an incredibly solid source” stating that
As many of you may have heard or seen, iOS 4.3 was released to developers yesterday in the beta form which means that it won’t be out for some time to the public. With the release, people have noticed changes that lead them to believe that next generation iPhones, iPads
Remember that time Apple was trying to push Safari on people updating their iTunes software? It looks like Apple is at it again. They just can't leave those Windows users alone. This time they're spamming them in the iTunes 7.7 update with an unwanted MobileMe control panel that gives the user the ability to open a MobileMe account. They're none too happy about it, either.