Finally, the Taiwanese Economic Daily News got the scoop on who will be supplying parts for the rumored seven-inch iPad. We know they're still just rumors, but what they're saying lends a touch of credibility to everything we've heard about the new iPad, which we're sure Apple will be refreshing soon. Here's the rundown, after the jump.
Earlier this week, the new unibody Mac mini went on sale in Taiwan. However, Apple accidentally listed the Mac mini with 8GBs of RAM for $19,900 NT, but was supposed to be priced at $47,000 NT. This of course, led to a blunder in Apple's history as the company raised the purchase price on orders from the $19,900 NT to $47,000 NT.
It looks like Apple’s legal woes over patents won’t end with Nokia and HTC -- a Taiwanese firm has now filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission seeking to halt the import of Apple’s products that use multitouch.
Does anyone else remember the flurry of pre-iPhone rumors back at the end of 2006? Here we are three years later, and history almost seems to be repeating itself with a veritable onslaught of rumors surrounding Apple’s fabled tablet computer.
Today, word is out that Cupertino is already placing orders for 10-inch tablet displays and glass panels.
Apple is an International push over when it comes to iPhone
restrictions. First we let in you in on the MMS app to be provided by
Swedish carrier TeliaSonera, now it seems that Apple is going to allow
the Taiwanese iPhone carrier to personalize their iPhones with custom