Articles By Erik Pineda
Apple is all set to take in old iPhone models and give consumers $US200 credit for their next device purchase, triggering rumours that the tech giant is on a high gear for the anticipated iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S release date.
Apple is definitely issuing an iPhone that sports a screen larger than the 4-inch currently found on the iPhone 5 and its release date will happen within the first half of 2014, a new report said.
Apple is reportedly refocusing its production and pricing techniques, and come the holiday quarter, global consumers can expect the release of a dirt-cheap iPad Mini, bearing a $US249 tag price, a new report said.
Simultaneous user inputs and configurable device buttons are parts of the fresh batch of Apple inventions that likely will make their way to the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S on their separate release dates.
Samsung will likely push down the selling price of the Galaxy Note 3 on release date, the move to deflect growing threats as rumours of arriving rival handsets such as HTC T6, iPhone 6 and Nexus 5 persist.
Sony is joining the vanilla Android club as reports emerged that the Japanese firm is preparing a version of its flagship smartphone – with all the powerful hardware specs but taking the new label Xperia Z Nexus.
Many would want to get glimpses of Apple’s iPhone 6, iPhone 5S and even the iPhone Mini via the WWDC 2013 scheduled next week but one analyst believes the world will have to wait a bit more.
It’s always interesting to fuse beauty and brute characteristics, especially when lent to a powerful mobile device like the upcoming Google opus Nexus 5.
Come July, Samsung and HTC will release the Galaxy S4 Mini and HTC One Mini respectively. Both gadgets are the exact replica of the GS4 and the One, obviously designed to tussle with Apple’s budget iPhone.
It’s no secret Samsung is building one of the toughest gadgets to come out this year – the Galaxy Note 3 that reports said will land between August and September this year.