Sharp Corporation was reported to start the production of the LCD panels to be used for the new iPhone 5S coming out in the third quarter, according to a report from Nikkan Kogyo Shinbun of Japan.
The LCD manufacturer will use their Kameyama Plant No. 1 for the production of these panels. This plant has the capacity to produce more or less 600 million units per month but it has never been used in its full capacity due to the decline in business of Sharp.
Slow flow of cash has been a big concern . . . → Read More: Sharp to Start Making LCD Panels for iPhone 5S; Next-Gen iPhone will have Fingerprint Sensor
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates believes that a lot of iPad users are “frustrated” by the tablet, and that the Surface and Surface Pro tablets have an advantage over Apple’s offerings.
Bill Gates, Microsoft chairman, claimed that many of the Apple’s iPad users are frustrated with their tablets. He also said that they will cover these frustrations with their Surface and Surface Pro tabs with good offerings than Apple’s.
In an interview with CNBC, the former Microsoft CEO said that the line between desktop PCs and tablets is gradually blurring. According to Mr. Gates, Microsoft’s . . . → Read More: iPad Users are Frustrated, According to Bill Gates
Nokia’s venture capital arm, Nokia Growth Partners, is planning to invest more in the California-based startup company Pelican Imaging as an attempt to get back customers from top competitors such as Android devices and Apple devices that offers high-end cameras with features and technology that changes picture-taking experience of the users in to a higher level.
This move from the Nokia’s venture capital arm is to encourage the demand of Nokia’s flagship phone line, the Lumia – which handles Microsoft Corporation’s Windows OS – to recover the loss in market share and increase the sales.
. . . → Read More: Nokia Invests on Cameras to get back Customers from Competitors
Apple Inc’s WWDC or the Worldwide Developers Conference is here again and as like always, there are high anticipations for new products and OS updates on stage.
Wednesday, the Cupertino, California-based company announced that the annual developers conference will happen between June 10 and June 14 in San Francisco, California. The company also announced their press release that the conference will be focusing on sharing the new iOS and OS X to the developers.
Also in the press release, Phil Schiller, worldwide marketing SVP said that “Our developers have had the most prolific and . . . → Read More: Apple Announces WWDC; Developers Expect Introduction of iOS 7 and OS X 10.9
Apple seems to be upgrading their line of iPads before the season ends. It is rumored that they are going to release the second part of iPad mini, which is called the iPad mini 2, and a new iPad 5.
The target launching date is said to be this month or May, just ahead of the upcoming new phone in their iPhone line. These new tablets is just ahead of the iOS 7 so these iPads may have the iOS 6.2 and will just have to update to iOS 7 when it is ready. It will . . . → Read More: iPad 5 and iPad Mini 2 will be Released before Summer
According to Jay Sullivan, the Mozilla Vice President, Apple Inc. is not too friendly to third-party browsers such as Firefox. The browser will not be available to Apple products like iPhones and iPads until the company makes a decision in loosening the restrictions for iOS browsers.
A report was presented that the rules of Apple make it so difficult for Firefox to build-up its browser on the iOS platform of Apple. Sullivan noted that the current rules are forbidding browsers that are not using the WebKit version of Apple. Additionally, the requirements of Apple’s WebKit prevent the users from setting-up . . . → Read More: Apple iOS browser restrictions affect Mozilla Firefox