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Sunday, August 5, 2012


Apple iPhone 5
It is quite obvious that Apple iPhone 5 is one of the most anticipated 2012 gadgets. In 2011 we saw the release of iPhone 4S, which was sort of disappointing, as it had no extraordinary, change except for Siri, an excellent 8-megapixel camera and a faster processor etc. So now everyone is waiting for iPhone 5, which is expected to boast the Apple’s latest A5 processor chip, iCloud service, higher-resolution camera, and a 4-inch screen size. Hope it would not disappoint us!

Apple iPad 3
Just like iPhone 5, iPad 3 is also one of the most anticipated products for year 2012. According to reports it would be released in February 2012. IPad 3 is expected to feature a new, thinner and sleeker design, down nearly 20 % in size in comparison to the iPad 2. It will also support full touchscreen HD display with a screen resolution of 2048 x 1536. Lighter battery life is also expected, but that battery is reported to cost 20 – 30 % more than the current iPad’s battery. It will also have a longer battery life. It is expected to have a wireless charging and data transferring technology.


Apple HD TV
According to reports Apple is going to launch a high-definition television set. It is expected to come in 15 to 19-inch range powered by the Apple’s mobile OS, the iOS. It can be used to play videos, play games, run apps and let you handle your social networking sites, such as Twitter, Facebook and Google+. Apple has already released its Apple TV on January 9, 2007, which is a set-up box that can be used for streaming video to a television. Apple TV set is expected to be available in time for the 2012 holiday season.
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