2012 ne-ar putea aduce iPhone cu ecran de 4 inch si o tableta iPad 3 cu rezolutie mai mare

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   Direct din “gura aurita” a sursei in care iLounge are cea mai mare incredere aflam posibilele planuri ale companiei Apple pentru viitoarele iDevice-uri si MacBook-uri. Incepem cu tableta iPad 3 care se pare va ca fi  mai groasa decat tableta iPad 2 insa va avea in schimb un ecran de rezolutie mai mare dar nu se stie daca va fi vorba despre Retina Display. In ceea ce priveste iPhone 5 vorbim despre un terminal cu ecran de 4 inch, cu 8 mm mai lung decat iPhone 4/4S insa cu o data de lansare programata pentru vara anului viitor, lucru care mie mi se pare oarecum logic. Noul iPhone nu va avea un design asemanator cu cel prezentat toamna aceasta insa ar putea avea o carcasa de aluminiu desi deoacamdata este inca in faza de dezvoltare.

   In ceea ce priveste MacBook-urile vorbim despre o noua versiune a MacBook Pro care va avea un design asemanator cu cel al MacBook Air insa lansarea sa depinde de modul in care va putea fi imbunatatit procesul de productie. Toate aceste informatii sunt desigur doar zvonuri si ar putea fi extrem de departe de realitate, lucru pe care l-am invatat foarte bine in aceasta vara. Ce ne va aduce 2012 doar Apple stie insa pana atunci vom afla sigur adevaratele planurile companiei, ramane de vazut cum le vom putea distinge de restul informatiilor false.

(1) The third-generation iPad will become modestly thicker (0.7mm) in order to accommodate the twin light bar system needed for its higher-resolution display. It’s currently on track for a March timeframe release, and according to our source could be publicly shown as early as January, depending on conditions.

(2) Our source says that the next-generation iPhone will not look like the teardrop-shaped version that was widely rumored for release in 2011. We’ve been told that the device will have a 4-inch display and will be 8mm longer than before, with a metal casing (probably aluminum). It is on track to be introduced in summer of 2012, and is still in the engineering phase, not early production. We suspect that poor battery life doomed the prior prototype version, and that this one is being built with LTE-ready battery drain in mind.

(3) Barring some huge and unexpected issue, 2012 will be the year when the MacBook Pro line gets its new design. Think thinner.