Kindle 4, iPad 3 and iPhone 5 are the new gadgets to consider in the following months.
There are lots of posts about these devices, although no body knows about specs, price and release date, it’s cool to check out what the market is saying and finally what is going to happen.
The Amazon Kindle is currently the most successful e-book reader, being a best-selling device in a market niche.
Sharing the thoughts of Forrester analyst Sarah Rotman Epps, if Amazon can launch a tablet below 300 USD and provide enough supply to meet demand, it could sell anywhere from 3 million to 5 million tablets in the next quarter.
Earlier this month, Taiwanese news outlet CENS cited information that claimed Amazon was already planning to order anywhere from 800,000 to 1 million tablets per month from August through October from supplier Quanta Computer. An Amazon tablet could launch as early as October, according to Epps.
Kindle 4 Predictions:
- Launch date Christmas 2011
- Including a touch screen, full colour
- Smaller and lighter than the Kindle 3
- Faster page turns and a longer battery life
- No camera
- Running Google’s Android operating system older than 2.2 and customised
- 6GB storage
- Tightly integrated with Amazon’s online services for movies, books and apps
- Price between 250 and 300 USD.cost
Nobody knows anything about the next iPhone, including the name “iPhone 5,” but people on the net is using this term so I will use it too.
Some iPhone 5 cases have leaked to the press, but it’s unclear if those leaked cases are for real, or if they’re purely speculative.
After this, MacRumors commissioned a professional set of mockup images based on the leaked design specifications for the iPhone 5. The design specs give precise measurements of the device, a wide space near the bottom of the phone and the screen is also wider.
I share here some of the designs and a video a friend share on facebook.
iPad has revolutionised the industry, creating a whole new business model for games development and apps.
“Suppliers will ramp up production and try to improve the yield rate for the new iPad in the fourth quarter before its official launch in early 2012,” said the unnamed source to the Wall Street Journal.
Information on the new iPad remains scarce, but there is expectation of a improved graphics capability and a higher resolution screen (2048 x 1536) and 9.7-inch screen.