It will be made with gold from the end of a rainbow and glued together with the tears of a unicorn.
A funny thing happened today, Martin Utrecht at Flickr, posted some 3D renderings of an “iPhone 5″, and many Apple rumor sites ran with it as if it was the real thing. I’m not going to judge or bash anyone, because frankly, I would’ve easily been fooled too. The images look amazingly realistic.
According to 9to5Mac (you can go there and see more images and a “report”), this is the back side of the next iPhone.
My problem with it is that it’s a two tone iPhone, meaning it has two colors. This is from the same company that could not release an iPhone after almost a year for problems with a white color paint for the glass. The same company from where a Google executive received a call from Steve Jobs one sunday, because the yellow gradient on the font of a Google app wasn’t yellow enough. I may be wrong (wouldn’t be the first nor the last time), but it just doesn’t feel like Apple to do something like this. Time will tell.
A Facebook browser that would allow you keep up to date with your social life from in-built plug-ins and features on the menu bar could be on the cards. Pocket-lint has heard from one of its trusted sources that the social networking giant is looking to buy Opera Software, the company behind the Opera web browser.
Mac Rumors reports that these are the front panels of the next iPod touch, which appears to be taller and not wider than the current model. I really don’t know about this thing.
Sorry, I originally said these parts were for the iPhone, I had a brain fart.
Foxconn has issued a statement saying that Gou neither confirmed nor speculated about the company’s involvement in the production of any product, adding that it is against the company’s policy to comment on its customers or their products. Foxconn also says that any reports that Foxconn confirmed a specific product for any customer are “not accurate.”
Like I said, there is no way an executive from another company confirms any Apple product (and lives to tell about it). And also, stop calling it the iTV for the love of God, if Apple makes the dam thing it will have another name (unless it is actually called the iTV and then I’ll join the crowd at the Apple is Doomed! camp).