Holy smokes is it a week full of rumors. Since we love you, you know we do, we've got the good ones saved up here ready for you, just like a box of your favorite chocolates, the carmel only kind with no disgusting coconut in there to gunk it up. So, kisses all around, now let's dig in.
Could Apple's fabled "iWatch" be nothing more than a health and fitness sensor strapped on the wrist which connects to a new built-in app to monitor your well being? If so, this could offer a glimpse at what to expect.
Steve Jobs famously refused to look back, always keeping his eye focused on the future -- but the return of the discontinued iPhone 4 in a trio of emerging markets indicates the new Apple may be taking a different approach.
The introduction of the iPhone 5s made it clear that Apple considers including great cameras with its smartphone a priority, which is why it's so easy to believe the latest rumor coming out of Taiwan. According to Chinese site IT168 (via MacRumors), hints scattered along Taiwanese supply line suggest that the next iPhone will boast a 10 megapixel camera with a f/1.8 aperture.
Apple's worked hard over the last year to make Apple TV more than a "hobby" (as it's referred to its own relationship with the diminutive entertainment unit in the past), and now the device seems on the verge of one of its most significant updates to date. According to iLounge (via MacRumors), we might see game support in an upcoming update, along with support for Bluetooth controller and an Apple Store on the Apple TV itself. And the best thing? This could happen as early as March.
Just yesterday we wrote about an analyst's conjectures that we'd see a larger iPhone when the next release comes around, and today that claim finds new strength in a report published in the Wall Street Journal (via TechCrunch). The news is actually more impressive this time. Next year, the Journal claims, we'll actually see two bigger phones from Apple.
It's time to get ready for a bigger iPhone, at least if you buy into the latest round of rumors. As AppleInsider reports, the latest one comes from analyst Timothy Arcuri of Cowen and Company, who issued a note stating to investors that Apple's next smartphone would have a roomy 4.8-inch display and quick 802.11ac Wi-Fi. According to Arcuri, Apple has already "locked down" this design.
T-Mobile US may find itself becoming a victim of its own success, as rival Sprint is apparently eyeballing a potential acquisition of the fourth-placed carrier only months after both companies sealed their own deals.
Will they or won't they, and if so, when? That continues to be the question as a new advertisement on China Mobile's website seems to indicate that the carrier will launch its 4G network with the iPhone 5s and other compatible handsets.
The latter half of 2013 has been full of information and teasers pertaining to the new Mac Pro (even an advertisement designed for cinema), but at long last it looks as though we might have a release dates. As MacRumors reports, a retailer in Germany known as Conrad Electronic may have changed all that.