Will The iPhone 5S in June 2013?

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Updated Tuesday 12/12/2012

One of the assumptions that have marked the passage of Apple in recent years has been the urgency to launch products to mercad. Even without the late Steve Jobs, is something that so far has not changed, as is clear from market analysis of Jefferies Group, one of the leading investment banks worldwide.

Document for Apple investors, discussing the arrival of the iPhone 5S to stores for the month of June, a phone that will be born with a variety of colors to choose from.

This is an analysis prepared by Peter Misek, director of the firm, and in ensuring that the growth of the company led by Tim Cook will suffer a slowdown in 2013, with plans to cut production of its popular phone.

There is talk of a reduction of five million units over the initial estimate, while innovation will continue to drive the company based in Cupertino, California.

Colors and other news
The iPhone 5S will not only have between six and eight colors to choose from, much like the new iPod music players, but they come with an enhanced high-definition camera, longer lasting battery and the introduction of NFC (Near Field Communication), a wireless communication technology which enables the exchange of data between devices.

The prediction ensures that the new iPhone also increase the storage capacity of 128 GB per data unit, and a change in the screen to provide higher definition.

Misek also relates to the debate on the future of television with the Apple brand, something that has been talked about for years. From what I have seen on a visit to some of Apple’s Asian suppliers, the TV will be available in stores in September and October, a device to give continuity to Apple TV, which has slowly been gaining ground in the homes of U.S. and in the way people consume television.
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As for the iPad, also suffer the rigors of cuts, from 30 million units to 25 in their 2013 production levels. Hence Misek has also chosen to cut $ 100 the price fixed for the operation of Apple in the future, from 900 to 800 cents per share. Today they closed at $ 541 per share on the New York Stock Exchange.


Unveil Android 4.2, Nexus 4 phone, Nexus 10 Tablet By Google


 Google is betting even bigger on Nexus.

The search giant is set to debut the latest version of its Android operating system, known as Android 4.2, at an event scheduled for October 29 in New York. Rather than the rumored Key Lime Pie, it will be known as Android 4.2+, or an updated version of Jelly Bean, according to a person familiar with the announcement.

Google will also be showing off the first devices to run on Android 4.2, including a high-end tablet, the Nexus 10, from Samsung Electronics, and LG Electronics’s first Nexus phone, the Nexus 4, general point new has confirmed. Also shown off will be an updated version of the Nexus 7 tablet which debuted in July.

 The Next Web first reported on the planned product.naxus

The event marks Google’s biggest Nexus showing, with three devices scheduled for debut at the same time. The Nexus program has long been Google’s way of showcasing the latest version of its Android operating system. It has also come with a measure of buzz for the manufacturing partner.

After the Nexus One, which was built by HTC, Google mainly partnered with Samsung, including the Galaxy Nexus. But this year, Google worked with Asus to produce the low-cost Nexus 7, which sold at $199.

Alongside the low-end Nexus 7, Google will now offer a high-end Nexus 10 tablet built by Samsung, which was initially reported by general point new. The device is expected to boast a higher resolution than the third-generation iPad.

The tablet will be more in line with the pricing of its other products, including the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 and Galaxy Note 10.1.

LG, meanwhile, will get its chance to shine with the Nexus 4, which is an altered version of the Optimus G. The smartphone will have a quad-core SnapDragon processor from Qualcomm, 2 megabytes of RAM, a 1,280×768 display, 16GB of internal storage, and an 8-megapixel camera. Unlike the Optimus G, the Nexus 4 won’t be an LTE device, according to a person familiar with the announcement.

LG will get its shot to build a little buzz for its products, something it has struggled to do, particularly in the U.S. market.

The upgraded version of the Nexus 7 will include a 32GB option. A second version will include a 3G cellular connection, according to The Next Web.

Check back with general point new for all the details when Google holds its event next week.

Samsung Infuse Vs iphone 5:Specs Showdown

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The Apple iPhone 5 takes on the Samsung Galaxy S3, but who comes out on top in this epic clash of the titans? We square up the specs to find out

Whether you love the sound of the new iPhone 5, or massively underwhelmed by the latest Apple smartphone instalment, it’s probably going to sell in its millions and have fan boys queuing outside Apple Stores across the world.

Fear not Android lovers, for the Samsung Galaxy S3 is an Android smartphone goliath that should prove worthy competition for the iPhone 5. The question is, does the S3 actually boast better features than the latest Apple blower? It’s time for a smartphone spec showdown…

Apple iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3: Build

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Let’s start with the chassis because, let’s face it, that’s the only distinct visible change to differentiate it from its two previous family members. Grasp the frame in your hand and the first thing you’ll notice is the weight; it’s the lightest iPhone ever.

By a long way. At 112g, it’s 20% daintier than the iPhone 4S, 16% less butch than the Samsung Galaxy S3 and 14% lighter than the HTC One X. Reducing the SIM to weency, or ‘nano’, size has helped, minutely, as has making the shell out of anodised aluminium.

The brace of glass strips adorning the top and bottom of the rear give both the black/slate and white/silver models a premium feel but are actually employed to allow an uninterrupted phone signal. No-one wants another antennagate.
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Available in ‘Marble White’ and ‘Pebble Blue’ (pebble… blue?!) and now titanium grey, the Galaxy S3 is sporting a curvier look than the iPhone 5 . It actually looks far less like it’s older brother, and actually more resembles of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, both in size and contours, although the plastic finish on the back feels more premium than its predecessor. Measuring 136.6 x 70.6 x 8.6mm, the S3 is slightly longer, wider and fatter than the S2 (125.3 x 66.1 x 8.49mm), which may prove to bit a little on the large side for some although the extra thickness may actually make the S3 slightly easier to hold and less likely to slip from your hand, particularly when taking a photo. At 133g, the S3 is very slightly heavier than the S2, although only by 3 grams, so it’s barely noticeable.

Apple iPhone 5 vs Samsung Galaxy S3: Screen

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The four-inch screen, which we’ll come onto in detail shortly, is Apple’s belated nod to the industry trend for bigger displays, and means the iPhone 5 now stands a proud 123.8mm tall – width remains the same at 58.6mm. The extra screen real-estate is welcome, though smaller-handed iPhone users might struggle to reach the standby button with a forefinger while holding it in a natural position. They might even have to stretch for the extra top row of apps. Just hold it a different way, perhaps.

It’s still a lovely and Retina; it now boasts 326ppi and a resolution of 1136×640; it’s equally as bright and slightly richer in colour. There’s space for a whole extra row of apps – woop! – and tasks can still be performed with one hand. The main benefit is that you can just see more. Web pages are longer, movies are wider, though many we found from iTunes and YouTube still have to be stretched or cropped to fill the screen, the photo viewing area is bigger (just) and Apple’s own, optimised apps make good use of the extra space.

Samsung Galaxy S3
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The S3 one-ups the iPhone 4S and HTC One X on screen size, with an enormous 4.8-inch HD Super AMOLED screen, which displays at a maximum resolution of 720 x 1280. At 306 pixels per inch, the screen is slightly below the quality of the HTC One X and the iPhone 4S but frankly, 306ppi is still eye-searing stuff. Everything that we said about the HTC looking great because of it’s size is even more true of the Samsung Galaxy S3. Once again the screen uses Super AMOLED technology, to keep the viewing angle as wide as possible.

iPhone 5 Fever? Samsung Has A More Sophisticated Galaxy Handset Waiting In The Wings

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NEW YORK: By many measures, Samsung Electronics should be on the ropes. Last month, it lost an important patent battle with its rival Apple after a jury in the United States ruled that Samsung had illegally copied aspects of Apple’s groundbreaking iPhone. Apple introduced its newest model, the iPhone 5, to enthusiastic reviews and a worldwide consumer frenzy, with customers lining up to buy the new model days before it arrived in stores Friday. This week, Apple shares hit a record high and cracked the $700 threshold.

So why is Samsung not only holding its own, but thriving?

Even as the Apple juggernaut has rolled over Research in Motion, which makes BlackBerry handsets, and Nokia, Samsung reported record earnings for its latest quarter, which ended June 30. Its handset profits, fueled by the introduction of its high-end Galaxy S III model in May, leapt 75 percent over the previous year. Samsung’s stock has gained more than 65 percent in the last year and was trading this week on the Korea Exchange at more than 1.3 million won, also close to a record.
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Samsung can’t claim the intense media coverage, the passionate fan base or the cult of personality that grew up around Steve Jobs. But the giant South Korean manufacturer has built an impressive lead in global mobile phone sales. The research firm IDC reported that Samsung had 24.1 percent of the global handset market compared with Apple’s 6.4 percent at the end of the last quarter. Samsung also had a commanding lead in the lucrative smartphone market: 32.6 percent compared with Apple’s 16.9 percent, although the gap is likely to narrow because of the iPhone 5’s introduction.

By contrast, Nokia’s share of the smartphone market withered to 6.6 percent and Research in Motion, whose BlackBerry devices once accounted for nearly 20 percent of global smartphone sales, was no longer ranked among the top five producers.

These results didn’t come as a complete surprise to me. As I reported a little over a year ago, after testing the latest handsets from Apple, Samsung and RIM, I ended up buying the Samsung Charge, a decision that surprised me, since I thought I wanted the same iPhone 4 all my cool friends had. The BlackBerry was sadly lacking, and the iPhone was a strong contender. What won me over was Samsung’s large screen. Despite my large hands, I could type on the virtual keyboard with a fair degree of accuracy. (Try correcting typos when you’re frantically searching for information on a Web browser or entering passwords.) Photos also looked better, and Samsung’s 4G was faster, although I often found myself stuck in a 3G backwater. And it still fit in my pocket.
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I can’t say my subsequent experience has been flawless. At one point the Charge stopped functioning, a failure that stumped the technicians at a Verizon service center. But they replaced the phone at no charge to me, and thanks to Google, all my contact information was backed up and easily migrated to the new device. Since then, I’ve been comfortably embedded in a seamless Android world of email, maps, directions, search and Web browsing even while continuing to use other Apple products.

But the competitive landscape has changed in just a year, with Samsung’s introduction of the Galaxy S III and now Apple’s release of the iPhone 5. My Charge already seems obsolete. Apple appears to have addressed all the issues that bothered me about the iPhone 4: The screen is bigger (though still not as big as the Charge or the Galaxy) and it offers 4G. It’s also lighter and, in my view, looks better than my Charge. But Samsung is so confident that its Galaxy S III holds up favorably to the iPhone 5 that it started an aggressive national advertising campaign with a head-to-head comparison between the two handsets, highlighting a list of features the iPhone lacks. And Samsung said it has a more sophisticated Galaxy handset waiting in the wings that will offer an even bigger screen.

Several experts and analysts I spoke to this week said that Samsung was a formidable competitor that had moved ahead of Apple in some aspects. Samsung “has come out with really attractive phones,” Toni Sacconaghi, senior technology analyst at Sanford C. Bernstein & Co., said. “They have large screens, great display, faster processors than Apple. Apple hasn’t been at the front edge of hardware design for a couple of years.”

Tero Kuittinen, an analyst at the mobile communications consulting firm Alekstra, agreed.
“The iPhone has remained pretty much static now for three generations. The first iPhone was a revelation, in a class of its own. But Apple has held onto the user interface for five years. You can still claim the interface is better, but the difference has been shrinking every year. On display, you can argue Samsung has taken the lead. Maybe you can slam Samsung for being an imitator, but when they imitate they do it right.”

Replace ‘dumb phone’ iPhone now or wait until Next phone coming?****

iphoneIt’s that time in the life cycle when Apple iPhone is expected to launch a new version of the popular smartphone in a few months, leaving many potential iPhone fans are wondering what to do first to get a new phone.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, I put the options for readers looking to buy a used iPhone or delivered today to replace your basic “dumb”. I also explain to a reader of the difference between a tablet and an electronic reader.

Where can I get a cheap iPhone? Dear Maggie,
maggieI think I’m one of the few people left without a smartphone. My “dumb phone” Verizon Wireless has just died this week, and I need a new as soon as possible. I think I want an iPhone. Unfortunately, I can not wait until the new iPhone comes out this fall (although I think I prefer to have the most recent.) I can use my cell phone for work and for my main phone. But I am not eligible for an upgrade until October.

Do you know where I can get an iPhone at a reasonable price now? Or do you have any other advice for me if I get the new iPhone when it becomes available later this fall?

Thank you,

Dear Cathy,
You are in a difficult situation, because if you could wait until you are eligible for an upgrade from Verizon, it will probably be able to get the latest iPhone to be published in September for about $ 200 . And if Apple did what he did in the past, you would be able to get the iPhone 4S years years for $ 100. (Apple generally updates the previous generation device of $ 100 when the new one is released.)
But you can not wait. You need a new phone now. Since you are not eligible for an upgrade, and it seems that you do not have insurance to replace your device, you must buy a new phone.

Here are your options: You can get a new iPhone at full price or buy a used or refurbished, which will cost less, but not as cheap as buying an iPhone with a carrier subsidy. The other option is to get a new phone cheap now and use its update in October to get the new iPhone when you leave.
If you buy an iPhone or another phone, I think eBay is your best bet for a device at a reasonable price new, used or refurbished. Apple and Verizon will charge $ 650 for a new 16 GB iPhone 4S. The iPhone 4 is greater than $ 550 brand new Apple or Verizon Wireless.

iPhone hold their value pretty well, so the iPhone, even renovated and used are not cheap. A new iPhone obviously cost you more. A new one will be slightly less. And used will be the cheapest bet.

The difference between a phone used and refurbished, is that the refurbished phones are tested by a third party to ensure they work. The device is cleared of all data from the previous owner and settings reset to factory settings.

The devices used were not tested by a third party. And there is a possibility that the device has not been cleaned, which is really more a problem for the former owner for you. But there may be a little hassle for you. In all cases, there is more risk in buying a device that is used, which probably has not been tested as much as one that is refurbished.

If you can not expect an iPhone and take a moment to note that the newest iPhone iPhone 4S. Was presented last fall. And of course, more expensive than previous versions, that is, the iPhone 4, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3G and original iPhone.

On eBay, you can get a new 16 GB iPhone 4S for about $ 510. A is used and a new $ 369 is $ 500. 4 A new iPhone goes for about $ 415 on eBay. You can get one used for about $ 210 and another for $ 330. But remember that this is the device that is now two years.
In general, I do not recommend that people buy older versions of the iPhone. Since you are a Verizon customer, would not be able to get the iPhone 3G, iPhone 3G or original iPhone anyway. These devices only work with AT & T network and unlocked versions can run on T-Mobile. But even if you could buy and use on Verizon, I would not anyway, because they are very old.

But even the iPhone 4 looks a bit long in the tooth these days compared to other smartphones on the market. I do not think it worth for you to pay a few hundred dollars for a device that is already two generations old.

So here’s what I recommend. For a few months until you are eligible for an upgrade, you should just buy another cheap feature phone. (You can even find an old friend who has a Verizon phone that he or she is not that you can use for a couple of months.) When you can upgrade and renew its contract with Verizon, you can switch to a new iPhone. At that time is likely to be able to get the new iPhone, expected to cost $ 200 with a two-year contract, or may be able to get above the $ 100 iPhone 4S . (Obtaining a device which is an older generation is a good way to save money on the initial cost of the device. But as I said before I would buy an iPhone that is two generations or more.)
Verizon sells new and refurbished phones in place. However, as I said before, I often think that eBay offers the best deals. So if you buy a cheap phone, I’d go to eBay first. A new basic flip phone Verizon is $ 30 on eBay. And a new intensity III Samsung quick messaging device with full QWERTY keyboard is going for about $ 60 on eBay. In the Verizon site, the same phone is brand new for $ 280.

Good luck with your phone dilemma! I hope that this advice was helpful.

Confusion Tablet

Dear Maggie,
Perhaps this question has been asked before, but I need help with some understanding. I keep hearing about iPads, tablets and electronic readers. I am interested in purchasing one of these products. But what is the difference between these devices? Is it just the price or hardware?

Thank you, Mags.

Dear Arnold,
The difference is not all about price. The real difference has to do with the software.