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Concord Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released a note with details on what to expect in the forthcoming iPhone 5. Juicy features include Apple's A5 processor and a much-improved 8-megapixel rear camera.
Apple's iPhone 5 may well include the same A5 processor as the iPad 2, according to code references buried in the new iOS 4.3 update, which went live last night for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
With the iPad 2 now official, it's time for the iPhone 5 rumour-mill to start cranking out speculation in earnest. Today's instalment suggests an aluminium back and a beefy processor for the device.
The oft-quoted DigiTimes, a Taiwanese tech industry favorite publication, has revealed that Apple is outsourcing the production of its A5 processor chip, which many expect will be based on the ARM Cortex A9 design and used in the iPhone 5, to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.
This phone is rumored to be the Samsung Galaxy A5, a midrange relative of the metal-clad Samsung Galaxy Alpha.
The smartphone is the first of three devices rumored to employ Samsung's new design language.
At the Los Angeles auto show next month, Audi promises a concept car that heralds an entirely new design direction for its model lineup.
The latest generation of Apple TV streaming box is more than two years old, so it's about time for an update. But what improvements should it bring, and what will Apple actually deliver? Here's the prevailing wisdom.
Noise-reduction technology from a start-up called Audience accounts for the size of the iPhone 4S chip and keeps Siri off the iPhone 4, analyst Linley Gwennap concludes.
If accurate, the trio of rumored smartphones could feature lower-than-usual prices.