You arrive on Sunday, and as each week’s time to review everything that has circulated the rumor mill by an. The iWatch rests, and although I’m Watch not woke up many voices at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona is still considered a clock as the next step for Apple. We do not know if it will be confirmed, but well we can entertain the wait with rumors of this week.
- We begin with a mockup of the iWatch (you can see it in the official image at loverists.com) that could well be what has Apple on the head right now. And although it’s own Apple clock remains unknown, this is one of the most realistic concepts we’ve seen. You have it on ABC.
- It is very difficult to become a reality, but Apple has patented a Smart cover allowing you to charge the iPad wirelessly. An excellent combination, although we would have to see how that translates into the price of the appliance.
- Rumors of the NFC chip return: the Japanese blog Macotakara says that the next iPhone might use a finger sensor to authorize purchases using that chip, in a bid to establish a new type of payments.
- And what about that mini iPad screen retina? The NPD Display Search firm predicts its launch just after the release of a Nexus 7 with more definition from Google. Logical, although we are sure that many would like to you to come out before.
- We continue with the low cost iPhone, another rumor that continues despite the short acceptance that has. According to the latest leaks it would retain the same screen of 4 inches to the iPhone 5 and in addition it would sell in more colors.
- And ended up with the components of all these devices is rumored: it seems that a ‘A7’ chip Apple’s already ready to mass-produce it, presumably so he debuts in the next generation of the iPhone. Its technology, 20 nm, would allow more power in less space.
And we end up this week. It is rare that from Cupertino do not have confirmed a keynote by these dates, so if we cross fingers maybe the coming week we have surprises. Something will have to be done after the news from the Congress of mobile and the push of the Samsung Galaxy S4, isn’t it?