If the company is indeed working on a watch-size device with the bells and whistles of a smartphone, battery life could prove a challenge.
The new phone's bill of materials is a bit pricier than its two predecessors, according to an estimate from TechInsights.
The cheaper 8GB version of Google's new tablet is a loss leader for the search giant, according to a new teardown report.
Analysts estimate that Google's first branded tablet will generate very little income per device. What will make the tablet a profitable venture?
Preliminary estimates from UBM TechInsights say that Apple is paying $203 to manufacture each 32GB iPhone 4S, with $26 spent on the processor and $31 for the Retina display.
The 32GB iPhone 4S costs Apple £130 to make, according to estimates, which considering the price, spells P-R-O-F-I-T for Apple.
Analysts seem divided over the question of whether Amazon will actually make a profit or suffer a loss with each new Kindle Fire tablet that it sells.
The iPad 2 has changed probably more inside than outside compared with its predecessor, the original iPad. A new dual-core processor and enhanced graphics chip offer some pretty big performance spikes.
iSuppli offers an early look at its estimated cost for every component Apple installed in its latest tablet.
An iFixit teardown of Apple's Verizon iPhone 4 exposes a new Qualcomm chip and a redesigned antenna, among other changes to the erstwhile AT&T-only phone.