Wishful thinking. The current thinking is that it will look a lot like an enlarged iPhone or iPod Touch (with a narrower bezel along the vertical edges). The iPhone is the prior art here. After all, a jury just validated its trade dress and patents yesterday.I hope samsung sues apple for copying there idea for a small size screen, 'cause if apple can win a case with having a rectangular shaped phone with rounded out sides, samsung can win this battle. Apple is copying there idea. hahaha
No I'm not, but apple wasn't the first company to come up with the features they sued for. Apple is just acquiring companies, getting there patents and using them only to fight competitors like now.Are you saying Samsung is the first company ever to release a 7inch tablet?
Dalrymple is THE official confirmation of all things Apple.For the most part, yes. However, AllthingsD is essentially the tech blog of the Wall Street Journal, so this is about as close to official confirmation from Apple as is possible short of the media invitation.
I think it makes sense. Let September be the month of the iPhone, and then when the initial rush dies down, start up another one with the new smaller iPad, just in time for the holiday shopping season. My guess is that they aren't too concerned about letting the new Kindle Fire and Nexus 7 get another month of sales. October-December is the important quarter.
No troll, just conclusion from observation. Look at my join date. I've had an iPhone 4s since release date. A few weeks ago at the start of this trial, I sold it and bought a Galaxy Nexus.troll much
Not really. It isn't the same size, the screen area is almost 40% larger.I think they will give us the iMac 2012 refresh in one of these two events.
I don't think there will be much to say about the iPhone 5; iOS6 is already (partly) presented, the new screen size and maybe LTE. None of these things are revolutionary - LTE will not be usable for most consumers for a while yet.
I'm guessing the iPad Mini is not particulary revolutionary either. It is a smaller iPad, the size of a Galaxy tab, and not much more than that, right? Not much to talk about really.
So a brilliantly beautiful new iMac would be a clever add-on to one of these presentations. I know iOS and OSX - devices are not normally presented in the same events, but I really don't see why that is a problem. And Tim Cook does things differently from Steve Jobs anyways, so what's to say this won't be different as well..?
Anyone with me?