Asia suppliers at a electronic components exhibition are talking up a 12-inch Apple tablet and large iPhones, according to a Chinese-language report.
Faced with hot demand for the gold iPhone 5S, Apple has reportedly asked manufacturers to cook up more stock.
The company will add two more manufacturers to its lineup to help produce the iPhone 5C and iPad Mini, says The Wall Street Journal.
The struggling smartphone maker is no longer in the cool-kids club in the eyes of component suppliers, which means consumers have to wait to join the party.
Supplier chatter has become fairly consistent about when the iPad 5 and iPad Mini Retina will arrive.
Parts are being shipped out for a new, cheaper iPhone, according to a report from the China Times.
While it's a given that the MacBook Air is coming up for a redesign, it's a question of degree. The industrial design won't change much, according to a report from the Taiwanese site.
Trends and shipment estimates indicate that the iPad Mini is overwhelming the iPad in popularity.
Microsoft may be working toward bringing out its own smartphone, the Wall Street Journal reports.
HTC is no longer seen as a 'tier-one' company by component suppliers, resulting in supply shortages for the HTC One.