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Here comes the next iPhone? Well, at least display production has started, according to a report.
While it's a sketchy rumor, it seems reasonable that Apple will get serious about taking on smartphones like Samsung's 4.8-inch Galaxy S III.
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.
New reports point to laundry list of features coming to iPhone 5 prototype that's on way to trial productions. Included are bigger screen, faster processor, new antenna design, NFC chip.
The next iPhone software update, expected to add Google's Street View feature to the Maps application, could be available before Thanksgiving, according to Greek site iPhone Hellas.
An anonymous Apple source told the Boy Genius Report that iPad 2 and next-generation iPhone would lose their home buttons in favor of gesture-based commands that would be part of iOS 4.3.
A recent discovery on AT&T's Web site for BlackBerry trade-ups points to the release of a 32GB iPhone.
Chinese language blog UMPCFever releases photos purported to be of the next-generation iPhone running iPhone OS 3.0 and demoing new camera and compass features.
The latest hubbub again points to LG as a likely manufacturer of the next Android reference design, despite what the company's own executives say.
Intel representatives in Germany and the U.S. have emphatically denied a report that Apple has plans to use its low-power Atom processor in the iPhone.