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According to Rumors iPhone 5 and iPad mini are both set to launch in September!!!
Plugged-in KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who purportedly shed some light on “iPhone 5″ specs recently, says that Apple’s next iPhone will launch in September followed closely by the release of the much-rumored “iPad mini.”
“IPhone 5 to debut in September,” Ming-Chi wrote in a note to clients on Tuesday. “But due to in-cell touch panel and casing yield rate limits, ability to offset older models’ shipments decrease will be moderate.”
Ming-Chi’s not that a tweaked version of Apple’s current third-generation iPad will be released around the same time mirrors earlier reports, which claimed Apple is planning some internal redesigns that address heat issues and reduce Apple’s costs.
According to earlier reports, the iPad mini will be as thin as an iPod touch and will feature a 7.85-inch display and a price ranging from $249 to $299. The redesigned sixth-generation iPhone is expected to feature a 4-inch display, 4G LTE, NFC, and a redesigned case that was recently examined on video.
iPhone 5 Switching to 19-Pin Dock Connector!!!
According to Reuters who spoke to two sources familiar with the matter, Apple is said to shrink the current dock connector used for the better part of a decade, in exchange for a smaller dock connector to make room for the headphone jack.
Interesting tidbit of information wouldn’t you agree? How this affects the user is based on your preference of having the headphone jack at either the top or bottom whether you’re indifferent to the change or not shouldn’t be much of an issue as the change is minimal and allows an almost micro usb charger head which for me is more convenient :).
iPhone 5 to Feature New 19-pin mini Connector!!!
Previous leaks have suggested that Apple’s next-generation smartphone may feature a smaller dock connectorto replace the current 30-pin solution. TechCrunch now claims to have independently verified that the Cupertino-based company is working on adding a 19-pin port to the new iPhone. The new port will reportedly resemble a Thunderbolt port in terms of size, although three independent manufacturers claim the pin-out will be different.
Apple’s 30-pin dock connector has been the standard since the company released its third-generation iPod and hundreds, if not thousands, of accessories have been produced for the current dock connector. With the introduction of the MagSafe 2 connector, however, is it clear that Apple is more interested in slimming down its devices than supporting old accessories.
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