Taiwanese paper Apple Daily reports than Hon Hai Precision Industry—aka Foxconn—is building the Apple tablet using previously rumored 10-inchish screens from WinTek and a battery from Dynapack, for launch in September or October. AppleInsider says that Dow Jones carried the report as well, though it comes from a paper less well-known than say, DigiTimes. The
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Designer Tommaso Gecchelin isn’t oblivious to all the rumors surrounding a netbook or tablet-like PC made by our favorite fruit manufacturer. We try not to indulge in rumors here at YD but sometimes they do provide fuel for inspiration, such is the case with this MacBook Touch. [Source: YankoDesign]
Sprint now comes up a brand new campaign for its new line: Palm Pre. Focusing on its 4G network and endless series of widgets. Really cool promotion and obviously targeting Apple and AT&T.
Oh. So. Pretty. It needs some small aesthetic fixes here and there, but boy I would like to see something along these lines coming from Apple. And I like the fantasy specs too. (Click on the image for a 1,600-pixel version) • Titanium and Glass. • OLED screen • 3G • GPS • Front camera
Apple once again approved their product design team is the best among the industries. The new lines of Apple notebooks look gorgeous and beautiful although the prices are still a bit high. The conference is still going on right now as they are discussing the future plans. Steve Jobs also jokes about his health condition
Apple just releases the new iPod Nano, iPod Classic, iPod Touch, headphones, iTunes 8 and iPhone 2.1 Software this morning at Yerba Buena Center. But there is no new MacBook or MacBook Pro which will really excite me. The new iPod Nano now has 9 colors and iPod touch upgraded with build-in speaker. The iPhone
Audi is the first carmaker using iPhone apps to promote their new A4. Audi already spend millions of dollars on advertising their new lines: A4, A5 and S5 this year and they are looking very nice, no doubt! How come MB doesn’t do the same for my C-Class!?