Posts tagged with: iPad 5
  • by | May 23, 2013 7:00 PM

    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about LG's demo of a smartphone with no bezel, and the possibilities of it ever happening. We later talk about Samsung, the sales results of the Galaxy S 4 and their future Developer Edition. We later go through how the Facebook phone is now being pulled away from the UK because of the obvious bad results on sales, even though they don't tell you that. We then cover HTC, their results with the sales of the HTC One, and their new HTC Desire 600. We end today's show talking about the iPhone 5S and iPad 5, manufacturing dates and even some changes ...

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  • by | May 21, 2013 7:00 PM

    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Sony's launch of the Xperia Tablet Z, price points and the reason why it's worth your money. We then move into Apple territory as reports call the next-generation iPad ready for trial production. Later it's HTC in the news as we talk about a Google HTC One in the works and when we assume it might be launched. Then we talk about Nokia and their LiveSight technology reaching their Here Maps application for almost every other device that supports it. We end today's show talking about Samsung's possible project to bring Galaxy fingerprint scanning ...

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  • by | May 21, 2013 5:59 AM

    With the major announcements behind us from Android- and Windows Phone-land, it's time for the rumor-mill to focus on Apple's upcoming devices, at least until the fall when we'll hear new rumors about Samsung, HTC, Nokia, and the others, as we get closer to IFA 2013. For now, the hear-say is mentioning the next Apple iPad. Your usual "sources with Taiwan's supply chain" have it on good authority that the next Apple iPad trial production will begin soon for the full-sized 9.7-inch slate. Volume production is claimed to start in July "with monthly shipments ramping up to 2-3 million units ...

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  • by | May 6, 2013 6:56 PM

    As we recently talked in our previous episode of Pocketnow Live, the iPad rules the world because of one simple fact in its favor - Timing. When Apple decided to bring it to the market, Tablet PCs were expensive, bulky, slow and simply not better than your typical laptop. Those who debate that pen-input made them better most likely just assumes it, and has clearly never used one. Steve Jobs was right when he said that competitors were flummoxed by the iPad because they were simply not ready to compete. The question left on the table if the conditions remain the same for Apple's future iPad ...

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  • by | April 24, 2013 4:19 PM

    With a new iPhone, a new iPad, and the debut of the iPad mini, Apple pretty much refreshed its whole mobile iOS product lineup last fall. While that normally might have us thinking that we'd have another full year to wait before getting word of new products, Apple had already exhibited signs of wanting to speed up device cycles, dropping two brand new iPads just a matter of months apart. This year, rumors have similarly looked to the idea of Apple announcing new iOS devices sooner rather than later, but so far nothing like that's come to pass. With summer just around the corner, we've ...

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  • by | April 22, 2013 12:37 PM

    Apple's next iPad has found itself the subject of a growing number of leaks over the past couple weeks, revealing both a possible front panel for the iPad 5, showing off a shrunken-down bezel, as well as a potential case design, confirming a narrower build. Today we've got a new leak to gawk at, and while it's a bit hard to appreciate all by its lonesome, it's still something new, appearing to show the new iPad's rear panel. Without a sense of scale or an older component in the shot to compare against, it's a little more difficult to appreciate this image than, say, the look at the old and ...

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  • by | April 16, 2013 11:30 AM

    We've had a lot of reasons so far to think that Apple might be planning to seriously revamp the design of its iconic tablet for the release of the iPad 5, chopping away at the previously big bezel to end up with a face that more closely resembles the iPad mini than any earlier full-size iPads. Indeed, last week we got to check out a leaked image purporting to show just such an iPad 5 bezel. Today we get a little more support for this change, upon some images showing off a new case shape to accommodate the new design. Early third-party case designs for Apple products can be a little ...

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  • by | April 12, 2013 6:51 PM

    One of the consistent threads in the rumors we've been following regarding Apple's next iPad – beyond it just being more like a jumbo-sized iPad mini – was that we should look for a thinner, lighter design. That's easy enough to say, but what could Apple actually do in order to implement such changes? A new report focuses on the idea of Apple trying out some new backlighting in order to shave precious millimeters off the tablet's cross-section. According to analysts at NPD DisplaySearch, there are a couple things Apple could do with the iPad 5's display, and beyond just using a thinner ...

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  • by | April 10, 2013 7:08 PM

    Stuff comes up, folks. Sometimes you've got a pressing appointment in Romania, or a meeting scheduled in Media, PA. Sometimes you're at the day job, other times you're off the grid somewhere in the country. Other times you're buying a car. These things happen. Fortunately for us, these things don't usually happen all at once, which means the Pocketnow Weekly podcast usually features more than two people on the air. But today, listeners, Lady Luck was not with us. Today, Sam the Scheduler was out sick, because every member of the Pocketnow team was otherwise engaged when it came time to ...

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  • by | April 10, 2013 7:00 PM

    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about T-Mobile's bold iPhone trade-in plans to give you an iPhone 5. Then we talk about Samsung's new ad campaign for the Galaxy S 4, with a different twist to last year. Then we go through a new Google Giveaway of nexus devices, with a very ironic strategy to allow you to participate. Later we talk about the iPad 5 display leaks, and what this means to the next flagship tablet from Apple. We end today's show talking about Office for iOS and Android, and the bad news behind the probable new release date. All this and more after the break. Stories: - ...

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  • by | April 10, 2013 7:04 AM

    Most of the next full-sized iPad rumors seem to agree on the fact that the 9.7-incher will take a lot of design cues from Apple's iPad mini, as it should. If the two images we're seeing today (below and above) turn out to be the real deal than this will become a reality. We're allegedly seeing the front panel of a (possibly next) iPad and the side bezels appear to me narrower than what we've seen over the years on previous models. The iPad mini has a narrower bezel and a similar design for the iPad 5 (or whatever the name will be) will allow Apple to reduce the physical dimensions of the ...

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  • by | April 3, 2013 7:55 AM

    Apple's releases of each major version of iOS have all concentrated on WWDC, which makes a lot of sense since this is the World Wide Developers Conference that happens every year in June. As is obvious, iOS 7 was planned to be released on those dates, but that's actually only two months away if you think of it. Sources very close to Apple have begun the rumor that Apple is running behind on the development of the OS. Apparently the company is even using resources from OS X in their future 10.9 update (which sometimes varies in its release between WWDC and the fall) in order to reach the ...

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  • by | March 21, 2013 7:00 PM

    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google Keep and how it enhances your note-taking experience on Android. Then we talk about Pandora's debut on Windows Phone 8. We later talk about the bugs on iOS 6.1.3 and why we don't think you should upgrade. We later move to talk about Google Now and its possibilities on iOS. Later it's iPhone 5S and iPad 5 launch rumors since apparently there's a date already set. We end today's show talking about Android and Google Chrome not merging into one. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Google Keep Brings Better Notes And Tasks to ...

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  • by | March 21, 2013 12:28 PM

    There's a whole bunch of new Apple hardware we're expecting to see arrive sometime this year. We've got a new iPhone – probably the iPhone 5S, but maybe the 6 – along with a new iPad and iPad mini, and maybe even some budget version of the iPhone. A number of timetables have been tossed around for when each of these products might be announced, and while the spring claims are sounding less likely, both this summer and later in October have been suggested as possibilities. Now rumors are attempting to narrow things down to a specific date. According to what Gizmorati calls an Apple ...

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  • by | March 6, 2013 4:36 PM

    Ever recorded a 90-minute podcast full of Skype-related artifacts and drop-outs, only to find once you wrap it up that you used the wrong mic? If so, you know the pain we've experienced cutting together today's episode of the Pocketnow Weekly podcast. Sorry for the levels on this one, folks; it's unfortunate, and we've done all we can to normalize them, but you're probably going to be twisting your volume knob an awful lot over the course of this here episode. On the bright side, if you manage to endure, you'll be treated to some excellent discussion on everything from Galaxy S IV leaks to ...

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