During an announcement event centering around the new, 7.85" iPad mini, Apple may spring another surprise on us with the introduction of a revised, fourth-generation standard 9.7" iPad. The refreshed iPad would boast features that bring it in-line with Apple's latest technologies, including a further-improved display. Admittedly, it would make sense for Apple to share iPad mini's spotlight with its trend-setting precursor.
We know “iPad mini” is coming, which is seemingly unbeknownst to the rumor whirlwind. Its announcement timeframe should remain within the bounds of the month, on Tuesday, October 23 to be more specific. It is said to be a smaller event than a regular keynote, fitting for the tablet. Amongst
Over the weekend, Engadget posted photos of a mobile device they claimed to be an iPhone 4G prototype. The phone was found neglected in a San Jose bar, concealed in an case designed to make it look like an iPhone 3G. Today, Gizmodo released their coverage of the device, which they have now obtained and dissected. They have taken it upon themselves to decisively say "you are looking at Apple's next iPhone."
Word from an unnamed source says Apple has acquired large quantities of LED camera flash bulb components. Leading us to believe the next generation of iPhone will include a camera flash bulb. While the 3GS's 3.2 megapixel camera component is fairly decent, most of the big-name smartphones these days like the Motorola Droid and the Nexus One opt for the bulkier but far superior 5 megapixel components with flash bulbs to compensate for the lower effectiveness in low light.