2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
Apple's media space simply cannot do without rumors and speculation. Most recently, we told you about the iPhone 6 on iOS X. Now the most discussed topic is the possibility of a budget version of the iPhone, which is called either the iPhone mini or the iPhone nano.
Some foreign media outlets have already said that they have reliable sources in the company, which confirm the existence of work on the development of a cheaper version of the iPhone. More recently, the following lines appeared on the pages of The Wall Street Journal:
The Cupertino-based company is actively expanding its range of mobile devices. The pioneer in this business was the iPad mini. Now, apparently, the time has come for the iPhone mini, which should occupy the niche of budget smartphones and become popular in countries such as China, India, Brazil, etc.
Apple has notified partners that it needs fewer iPhone 6s than previously thought. The largest partner of the Cupertinians, the Chinese assembly company Foxconn, will receive a vacation subsidy for staff in the amount of $ 12 million.According to the authoritative business publication The Wall Street Journal, Foxconn has already received money and is sending workers on vacation earlier than it is customary in China (usually the company does this not earlier than the Chinese
Despite the fact that three days ago a spokesman for China Mobile denied rumors of a deal with the Cupertino-based company, The Wall Street Journal claims that the Chinese operator will begin accepting pre-orders for iPhone sales as early as Thursday 12 December
According to new reports, the new iPad 5 will contain the same touch-sensitive sensor as the iPad mini, first used by Apple in its tablet production last year.Published Monday by the popular The Wall Street Journal, the alleged details for the next iPad harmonize perfectly with the rumors circulating about the integration of GF2 technology into the device
Information has just emerged that the technical documentation for iOS 7 contains links to the new iPad mini with an A6 processor, but no Retina display . And almost immediately there is a message from the Wall Street Journal informing that Apple is ordering high-resolution displays from Samsung for mini-tablets
The "gold" iPhone 5S will be! For those who still cherish the hope of refuting the sensational news, it is time to be completely disappointed. The confirmation came from such a reputable source as the blog AllThingsD, acting on behalf of the equally well-known and respected Wall Street Journal