Speculation Roundup iOS 7, Mac OS X, iPhone 5s, iPad Mini 2, iPad 5
We have not even reached the end of 2012 and we have already seen a lot of speculation and rumours about iOS 7, Mac OS 10, iPhone 5s, iPad Mini 2, iPad 5 and Apple TV. With these rumours coming this early it is important we take these with a pinch of salt.
So lets jump 6 months ahead to March in which reports are suggesting that we will see a new iPad mini with retina display which I guess is a good thing but not for everyone who has just bought an iPad mini just a couple of weeks ago. Alongside the iPad mini 2 we are also expecting an update to the Apple TV box.
Lets talk WWDC 2013 in which we are expecting Apple to show off iOS 7 which is now Jony Ive’s responsibility and some reports are suggesting this will be the biggest change we have had to iOS in a long time. It is also suggested that we will see the new version of Mac OS 10 moving on to hardware at WWDC we can also expect to see Macbook Airs with the long awaited retina displays which will bridge the gap between the Macbook Air and Macbook Pro’s
In just 11 months that new iPhone 5 you have got in your hands or pocket is outdated as Apple is set to release the iPhone 5s in September. The iPhone 5s will look exactly the same but with a couple of spec bumps and according to a report from DigiTimes the iPhone 5s is currently in trail production. Another bad bit of news for you iPad Mini owners we could be on the 3rd generation of the iPad mini before the end of 2013 as well as a new 9.7” ipad 5th generation designed to look more like the iPhone 5.
This time next year hopefully Apple will put a stop to all the rumours about the Apple TV Screen. It is suggested that Apple will release the Apple TV in the US first and then slowly around the world , this is due to them having to negotiate with content providers. Do not expect it to be on the cheap side with some rumours suggesting it will be around the $1500 – $2000 price range.
These rumours are very vague at the moment because they are so far away and in most cases are just calculated guesses and speculation. Got any tips you want to share with us ? You can email us: Tips@MacReviews.com or let us know via twitter @MacReviews
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