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Apple Hints At iPhone 5 In September?

Apple Hints At iPhone 5 In September?

Apple's quarterly earnings call today was a record setter for the company with revenue at a whopping $28.57 billion. But during the guidance for next quarter, the company may have hinted at the next-gen iPhone rumored to arrive sometime in September. Apple's Chief Financial Officer, Peter Oppenheimer, mentioned that the company will undergo a "future product transition" during September that would affect sales estimates that quarter.

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Apple reportedly testing iPad 3 2048 x 1536 displays from LG and Samsung

Apple reportedly testing iPad 3 2048 x 1536 displays from LG and Samsung

Apple is reportedly quality-testing high-resolution displays for a next-gen iPad from Samsung and LG Display, with orders expected to be placed imminently. "Apple's upcoming iPad 3 will feature an improved display to support quad extended graphics (QXGA)" a tipster tells The Korea Times, "a display resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels with a 4:3 aspect ratio to provide full high definition (HD) viewing experience." However, contrary to previous rumors, the company reportedly has no interest in OLED-based display technology.

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Amazon Android Tablet Suite Takes Shape

Amazon Android Tablet Suite Takes Shape

The mobile team at Amazon, if there really is such a magical mystical force, will be flipping around in their beds again tonight as more information about the fabled Amazon Android tablets has once again reached our, and now your, ears. First, these tablets will be being released before October of this year, 2011, second, this will not interfere with nor will it replace plans to continue to produce the Kindle. On the contrary, says our source, in fact they mean to work together - whether or not this meant physically, in hardware, or just in the idea that they'd tend to different audiences was unclear.

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Foxconn blocks iPad production plans

Foxconn blocks iPad production plans

Foxconn has reportedly blocked arch-rival Pegatron from securing iPad 3 manufacturing orders, with the company supposedly persuading Apple not to double up on its production partners. Rumors earlier this week suggested Apple was hedging its bets on future iPad fabrication by adding a second supplier, with Pegatron - which already produces the CDMA iPhone 4 - tipped as the most likely option; however, now DigiTimes' sources suggest Foxconn has reacted quickly to change the Cupertino company's strategy.

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Apple doubling up on next-gen iPad 3/iPad HD suppliers tip insiders

Apple doubling up on next-gen iPad 3/iPad HD suppliers tip insiders

iPad 2 supplies have been constrained since the second-gen slate launched earlier this year - Apple has only just shaved the expected shipping times down to 3-5 days - but according to new leaks the company is hoping to avoid that issue with the new model by adding a second supplier. Quanta and Pegatron are in the running to join Foxconn, DigiTimes reports, after accidents at the company's Chengdu, western China plant impacted production rates.

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SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – July 10, 2011

SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – July 10, 2011

Battle of the social networks kicked off this week with Facebook announcing group chat support, a new design, and a video calling feature developed in partnership with Skype. However, the Google+ Hangouts group video chat feature still has Facebook beat although we won't know how real adoption of Google's social platform will be until it opens to the public sometime around July 31st. Continue after the cut for the full weekly roundup video and list.

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Apple iTunes HD+ 1080p Movies Coming In September?

Apple iTunes HD+ 1080p Movies Coming In September?

New reports have surfaced that suggest Apple may begin testing a limited selection of 1080p HD movies on iTunes. Up unil now, most Apple products max out at HD 720p (1280 x 720) and the existing Apple TV even downscales 1080p content to 720p. But all this could change come this fall.

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Two “totally distinct” iPhones in September insist sources

Two “totally distinct” iPhones in September insist sources

The one iPhone/two iPhone fifth-gen rumor mill continues to grind, and after yesterday's supposedly definitive claims that Apple was readying a single iPhone 5 for launch in September this year, rather than a two model lineup including an iPhone 4S, now there's more intel suggesting otherwise. 9 to 5 Mac's source says Apple is, indeed, planning to sell "two totally distinct iPhones" come the tail-end of Q3 2011, with one being a cheaper device intended to take on low-priced Android handsets.

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