According to any and all indications, an iPhone 5 release will take place on the 12th of September as Apple Inc. invited all reporters to a news conference next week in San Francisco. The email suggests that the iPhone 5 launch should be expected then, confirming months of rumors and speculations. The email, moreover, leaves little doubt that at the conference the long-anticipated iPhone 5, or whatever name Apple Inc. has chosen for the next generation of its iPhone, will be released.
What is most astonishing part about the iPad era, is how completely Apple still controls it. The market was filled with plenty of Smartphone in 2007, when the iPhone came out and it quickly drew new competitors, most notably Android devices.
Well, it has been learned that Apple Inc.’s iPad 3 tablet computers go on sale Friday, they won’t be equipped with Sharp Corp.’s liquid crystal display panels because of a delay in the Japanese electronics maker’s delivery. Samsung Electronics Co. will supply the screen for Apple iPad 3 after LG Display Co. and Sharp Corp. didn’t meet the U.S. company’s quality requirements.
While everyone has be waiting for iPad 3’s release, there are a few things that might keep you wondering if the iPad 3 is actually worth the upgrade. The most awaited iPad 3 has stolen all the limelight, in most of the news channels, since the time rumors about the release are out. And why not, after all its an iPad 3.
The world has changed increasingly over the last few years in terms of clubs of people, thinking and most of all, “technology”. Education was always considered vital for one reason. It was needed to compliment technology. And now is the phase where technology is used to compliment education. Well, if you are considering this contradictory, it’s not. It’s just in the reverse motion.
The evidence comes from sources within Apple's supply chain, who say that OEM production of the iPad 2 will remain high at 14-15 million units in the fourth quarter of 2011, but will decline to 4-5 million units in the first quarter of 2012, paving the way for the launch of the new iPads. Production volume will be in the 9.5-9.8 million unit range during the first quarter of 2012 for the iPad 3, which will begin in January.