Articles By Erik Pineda
It is highly likely that no holiday release date, more so a Black Friday 2013 arrival, can be expected from Apple’s iPad Mini 2 and consumers can blame its Retina-laced display panel, new reports said.
The tablet war between Apple and Samsung is raging hot, with the latter planning to match all the killer specs and features that were unveiled via the 9.7-inch iPad Air and the 7.9-inch iPad Mini 2 – the latter beaming out in high-resolution Retina display panel.
Been waiting for Verizon to release the LTE-enabled Google Nexus 7 2? It turns out the U.S. telco is dealing with a ‘system incompatibility’ between its superfast wireless network and the vanilla Android tab.
To date, Google is keeping everyone guessing when actually the Nexus 10 2 release date is or will it ever materialise in time for the 2013 holiday season.
Apple has already pushed the slimmed down iPad Air in wide-circulation and supplies are aplenty but no doubt many more consumers are waiting for the one big thing in a smaller package – the Retina iPad Mini2 release date.
Two iPhones for 2014 is quite a possibility, a new report said, and the separate release dates will likely produce a handset that bears the same iPhone 5S form-factor and the phablet-size iPhone 6, which could be called the iPhone Air.
If the iPhone 5S occupies a top place on your Christmas shopping list, you may want to reconsider and wait perhaps for Apple’s rumoured phablet, the iPhone 6, which is reportedly set for a release date some time on 2014.
Famed iOS device unlockers The Evad3rs are reportedly approaching the near-perfect stage on their iOS 7 jailbreak works, meaning a release date is very imminent for iPhone and iPad owners wanting to liberate and do more with their gadgets.
With a single picture that leaked out this week, rumours regarding the Nexus 8 were set off, all pointing to an 8-inch vanilla Android that supposedly Google is cooking up to challenge the Retina iPad Mini 2.
Could it be that Google is letting Apple to dominate the large tablet market for a few more months and defer the Nexus 10 2 release date until early 2014? Instead, the tech giant is colliding head-on with the Retina iPad Mini 2, using the Nexus 8 as its main weapon.