Apple’s Maps Is A Black Eye, Nothing More | TechCrunch
David Pogue, John Gruber on iPhone 5 Debut | Businessweek
Charlie Rose, Sept. 21: New York Times technology columnist David Pogue and Daring Fireball tech blogger John Gruber discuss the iPhone 5.
Preparing for the iPhone Next: Rumors Analyzed | AnandTech
Trends are pretty easy to spot in the table. With the exception of the first iPhone, the industrial design appears to be on a 2-year cadence. The CPU and GPU architectures are also on the same 2-year cadence. From a silicon standpoint even the cellular architecture is trending towards the same 2-year cadence, with a few notable exceptions (e.g. GSM/CDMA iPhone 4 divide).
Based on historical trends alone it’s pretty easy to conclude that we’ll see a 4th generation chassis, a pair of ARM Cortex A9s and a PowerVR SGX 543MP2 under the hood. Add the assumption of LTE (a reasonable one to make) and you have a pretty believable story. It turns out the currently available evidence helps corroborate this, but let’s dig through what’s out there to see how this all fits.
The iPhone 5 Performance Preview | AnandTech
The AnandTech Podcast: Episode 5 | AnandTech
iPhone 5 チップはカスタム A6 SoC | maclalala:link