Posts tagged "Retina Display"

Alleged iPad mini 2 Rear Shell Photos Hit The Web

While the rumor mill is busy discussing whether the second generation iPad mini will feature a Retina Display, the Chinese site WeiPhone is sharing a number of photos that author claims to be the rear shell of the iPad mini 2.

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Does the MacBook Pro Price Cut Signal Something Wrong with Apple? [Opinion]

The day before Valentine’s Day Apple had surprised the blogosphere and consumers by announcing both a processor refresh and price cut for its recently-released Retina MacBook Pros and MacBook Air. Yes, in an unexpected move – just four months after introducing its high-end laptops – Apple chops $200 off the

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Does a 4.94-inch iPhone Make Sense?

Rumors of a bigger-screen iPhone have been around since the iPhone 4 launched, or maybe earlier. But this year, Digitimes dropped some interesting information into the mix of iPhone rumors: Apple is working on a bigger-screen iPhone, with another Chinese source claiming this will be the “iPhone Math,” or the

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iPhone 5: What’s New? (Our Extensive List/Upgrade Roundup)

Just moments ago, Apple has pulled the curtain off of the very hotly-anticipated next generation of iPhone. As expected, the device does carry the name of iPhone 5. While being the "most beautiful iPhone yet," it also claims the title of thinnest, lightest, and fastest in more ways than one while taking the jump to a bigger, better 4" display. Join us after the break for a very extensive list of specifics on the stunning iPhone 5.

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iPad HD for Pro Market and Brand New iPhone Design This Fall?

The next iPad may not even technically (no pun intended) be the iPad 2′s successor. Instead, it could introduce a new model into the iPad lineup suited for more professional and technologically-enamored users if tech blog This is my next… is to be believed. Rather than adopting a Pro moniker

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iPad 3 Details Indicate That It May Launch This Year

BizJournals may have a source with solid information on the iPad 3. However for whatever reason, hours afterward the article containing details about the next, highly-anticipated iPad was pulled from BizJournals. That leaves us to pulling apart a recap of BizJournals’ information from TekGoblin. According to the original report, the

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Apple Experimenting With an E-Ink/LCD Hybrid Display?

It seems like it may be “Apple patents exposed” week. Another recent Apple patent has been discovered that would be an additional step towards improving the iPhone’s design with unique, evolutionary features in time for the next iteration. The patent outlines a concept for the ability to switch between e-Paper

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10 Reasons Not to Buy iPad 2

If you have already seen my in-depth list of reasons to buy the iPad, you may be wondering “are there any reasons not to buy an iPad 2?” Sure, there are: 10. The competition is heating up. As more companies are scrambling to catch up with the iPad and stand

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Hitachi’s 4.5″ Display First to Beat the Retina Display’s Pixel Density

The first company to claim the award for “being the first to take on Apple’s Retina Display challenge” can go to Hitachi for their new 4.5″ LCD display. With a 16:9 aspect ratio and an impressive 720×1280 (720p) resolution, this display is perfect for HD content and beats the Retina

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Google Now Shows Location-Aware Suggestions on Your iPhone

Today Google announced that they've added location-aware search suggestions to Google.com on iPhone and Android devices. This means that if you're searching for a local restaurant called "Octane" in the Rockford area, Google will suggest "Octane Rockford IL" as a search suggestion instead of "octane fitness" as it would if it didn't know your location.

To use the new feature, you'll have to go to Google.com on your iPhone instead of using the Google search field built into Safari. You'll also have to turn on "Allow use of device location" for it to know your location in the first place. Once that's all squared away, suggestions appear as you type in the search field on Google.com.

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