Articles By Erik Pineda
Apple is hard at work to deliver as many killer features as possible for the soon to be unveiled iOS 7, new functions of which will be seen via the upcoming iPhone 5S and the rumoured Apple phablet, the iPhone 6.
A new U.S. study showed that some 30 per cent of iPhone 5 sold last year suffered cracked screens and other damages and owners were made to shell out as much as $US229 for parts replacement.
Contrary to speculations, the second-gen Nexus 7 skipped out the I/O 2013 event held last week by Google, leaving everyone guessing when exactly the Android tablet is breaking out.
Google may have opted out of the X-Phone project but life goes on for the upcoming Motorola flagship, its 2013 release date likely to happen in the immediate months ahead, a new report said.
Tough as the robust gorilla but flexible enough to suit any screen size and designs, that is the next screen material geared for the upcoming iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S, courtesy of device screen maker Corning.
Google recently announced that it will release a Galaxy S4 Nexus on June 26 and rumours quickly erupted on the likelihood of a Nexus-styled HTC One, likely taking away much of the spotlight from LG’s Nexus 5.
Thin, slim but with a 1080p Full HD massive phone screen have become mainstays of the numerous iPhone 6 concepts, more of which we’ll get to see as the rumoured Apple phablet’s June 2014 release date nears.
Microsoft could soon release a Windows-powered phone that boasts of cutting-edge camera functions, to be set off by pre-programmed voice commands.
Apple’s 2013 tablet releases, the iPad Mini 2 and the iPad 5, are sure to sell like hotcakes on its rumoured September launch date but iPad fans remain wanting for a number of lacking killer features.
As rumours about the Galaxy S4 wane, the epicentre of speculations is now trained on Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3, to ramp up in high gear as its supposed September release date nears.