Apple will announce their new iPad 5 at the event, and also the new updated iPad 2, both devices are said to come with Apple’s new 64-bit A7 processor that debuted in the iPhone 5S.
Apple is holding an event on 22nd October where the company is expected to unveil the next generation iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 with Retina display. An analyst suggests that the upcoming iPad Mini 2 with Retina display will outsell the next generation iPad 5 if there are no supply constraints. This is something that has been suggested by some analysts in the past as well.
The invite, which is pictured below comes with the tag line ‘We still have a lot to cover.’, which gives us the impression that we will see more than the iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2.
We’ve seen several reports in the past mentioning that Apple is working on a 12.9-inch iPad due next year. The well-known analyst from KGI Security, Ming-Chi Kuo released a note earlier that Apple is working on a cheaper iMac and a new 12-inch Macbook with a Retina display that will see the daylight next year. Now, he made some more predictions in a note to investors regarding the upcoming iPad.
He believes that Apple does not have any 12.9-inch in the pipeline citing portability issues. But, he mentioned that the company will instead release an update to the 9.7-inch iPad featuring a sharper display.
Yesterday we heard that Apple are expected to announce their new iPad 5 at a press event on the 22nd of October, and now some more photos of the iPad 5 have appeared online.
The latest photos come from Sony Dickson, who has posted a number of photos of the iPhone 5S before it was announced, and also the new iPad Mini 2.
According to AllThingsD, Apple’s fall iPad event will be held on Tuesday the 22nd of October, an as well as the new iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2, we can expect to hear about the launch date for OS X Mavericks and Also the new Apple Mac Pro.
Apple released its revamped iOS 7 to public on September 18th, followed by two subsequent updates as well – iOS 7.0.1 and 7.0.2.
These updates fixed several bugs including the lockscreen bug that allows users to bypass the passcode and get access to certain applications, problems in sending/receiving iMessages, make calls and enable the airplane mode from lock screen without the passcode. There’s another bug that makes your homescreen icons disappear after using the Zedge app.
AT&T has followed the queue from other cable providers and now offers live channel streaming online and on iPads. Subscribers will be able to access 25 channels online through uverse.com or the U-verse iPad app. The app is also coming to iPhones on October 16th and Android devices on the 21st.
Belkin has today announced the launch of a new products its aded to its range in the form of the new Belkin Express Dock for iPad, which comes equipped with a built-in 4 ft Lightning USB cable for charging and syncing.
The new Belkin Express Dock for iPad is compatible with any iOS device fitted with a Lightning connector including iPad 4th gen, iPad mini, iPhone 5, and iPod touch 5th gen.
We heard earlier today that the iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 would both feature an 8 megapixel camera, which is rumored to be the same one that is found in the new iPhone 5S.
Another new feature that the iPad 5 is rumored to come with is a fingerprint sensor, this is expected in the iPad Mini 2 as well, and now we have some more evidence which supports this.
Apple are expected to announced the new iPad Mini 2 and iPad 5 at a press event later this month, the event is rumored to take place on the 15th of October, this has yet to be confirmed by Apple.
The iPad Mini 2 and iPad 5 will come with a range of new features, both devices are rumored to feature the new Apple A7 64-bit processor and will come with the latest version of Apple’s mobile OS, Apple iOS 7.
We have already seen some photos of the new iPad Mini 2, which is expected to come with a fingerprint sensor, plus Apple’s new A7 64-bit processor.
According to a recent report by Reuters, the new iPad Mini 2 with a Retina display has been delayed, as Apple’s supply chain is apparently only gearing up to make the Retina displays for the device.