Well, with all of the news about Apple’s next round of products we thought we would chime in with our take on this. Warning Apple fans the following article is not based on analyst WAGs (wild ass guesses), but on information that is available publicly and, well through other means. Right now far too many analyst firms are looking to bolster their portfolios by talking up products from Apple that do not even have firm or realistic specifications attached to them. We are talking about Apple’s rumored iWatch, 12.9-inch iPad and large screen iPhone. All three of these are rumored to hit the market in September as Apple tried to catch up to the rest of the world and offer the same style of product that is already out there.
Hewlett-Packard introduced a cost-effective tablet HP 7 Plus which is intended for the lower segment of the market. HP 7 Plus will not provide users with an extremely impressive performance, but it will be quite sufficient for simple tasks such as surfing the Internet, browsing e-mail and runing basic applications.
Publicly unknown engineer Ari Partinen recently moved from the Microsoft company Nokia to one of their biggest rivals Apple.
According to the Financial Times, Apple is reportedly negotiating the takeover of the company Beats Electronics for $ 3.2 billion. Apparently, the agreement on the takeover could be announced as early as next week, but companies still have not agreed on all the details, so the deal may not happen.
One user on the Chinese social network Weibo decided to set up a few screenshots that he claims to belong to the new Apple's mobile operating system. Although it is a new and yet unknown source from which this information was leaked, editorial portal 9to5Mac confirmed their authenticity with a few of their sources.
Photos and descriptions of two new tablets from Lenovo appeared briefly on the website Red Dot 21 and shortly after disappeard. They will come with Windows 8, and will offer functionality of standard laptops.
Huawei MediaPad X1 is the thinnest and lightest tablet with Android, atleast accroding to the company. Aluminium case measures thickness of 7.18 mm and weighs only 239 grams.
Tesco , the British chain of retail and online stores, recorded 400,000 sold copies of their very own tablet called Hudl since September when it appeared on the market. Tesco is currently the second retail chain in the world after Walmart by realized profits.
Early last month, news that Nokia is working on a smaller version of the Lumia tablet leaked yo thr internet under the codename Illusionist. However, far from the high-ranking source within the company came news that they were indeed developing a 8.3 inch tablet, but for unknown reasons that idea was abandoned.