Apple Rumors from a Apple-Friendly News Site
This blurry, out-of-focus shot from our agents in Shenzhen shows that Apple is hard at work on the latest new iPhone and iPad. The part looks extremely similar to a part in the current iPhone and iPad, but different in subtle small ways that may mean Apple is adding a new, cool hardware feature. My current iPhone and iPad now look and feel as obsolete as a Palm Treo or a Windows for Pen Computing tablet. Clearly, Apple will make a new product announcement any day now.
Apple Rumors from an Apple-Unfriendly News Site
This blurry, out-of-focus shot we copied from an Apple rumors site shows that Apple is hard at work on the latest new iPhone and iPad. The part looks extremely similar to a part in the current iPhone and iPad, but different in subtle small ways that may mean absolutely nothing. It looks completely out of date next to the Android smartphone and tablet I promoted in my recent product review. Clearly Apple is falling behind in the smartphone and tablet markets.
Apple Rumors from a Financial News Site
Apparently, Apple is making another iPhone and iPad. This news has had a negative effect on Apple’s stock price, because the spy shots of the new iPhone and iPad parts show that the new iPhone and iPad look very similar to the previous iPhone and iPad, and will not have the trendy new feature in the latest Android phones. This shows a lack of innovation compared to Samsung. A Wall Street Analyst for some firm has lowered the outlook for Apple in response to these rumors.
Apple Rumors from a General Audience News Site
Is Apple working on a new iPhone and iPad? You may be surprised to know that the answer is yes. The next iPhone and iPad will feature an amazing new feature, according to a report from an analyst that is in no way connected to Apple. Possible features include: a bigger screen, NFC, support for the Apple iWatch, holographic projection, or a physical keyboard. Apple has yet to announce the new iPhone and iPad, but when they do, you can expect there to be lines around the block to buy it.
I used to be the sort who hung on every crazy Apple rumor that came down from the big rumor sites. For a while, I even ran my own parody Apple rumor site, until I found that I couldn’t keep bringing the funny with the time available, and that there wasn’t much to joke about anyway. Once I realized how every rumor story was almost completely the same, except with a few minor details, I quit. Mostly. Apple’s good at this secrecy thing. There are only two real, solid details come out early about any new Apple product. Either there’s an event in the next day or two, or some engineer left a prototype at a bar. Only one of those is likely to happen again.