Apple’s forthcoming devices are in the spotlight again. Now there are rumors of the iPhone 5 (or is it iPhone 4G?) running on the A8 processor while there is other news of iPad 2 getting a higher resolution display.
According to sources, Apple could be embedding their latest iPhone with an A8 processor, which is said to be faster than the previous A4, Apple’s custom-made processor for the iPad, iPhone 4 and iPod Touch. The processor will be manufactured by a Taiwanese firm, Kinsus.
Coming to Apple’s yet to be launched tablet, the iPad 2, which has been all over the news for one reason or another. AppleInsider says that Apple will increase the iPad’s native resolution by four times, resulting in a high resolution display. It is said that the iBooks app for the iPad have tags like “bookmark-ribbon-iPad@2x.png” and a “Wood Tile@2x.png” background image that covers 1536×800, rather than the standard 768×400 image used on iPad.
All this is still speculative as we’ve not really got any confirmation from the company itself.
Publish date: January 17, 2011 12:54 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 7:10 pm