Apple may soon launch the brand new 12-inch MacBook Air version, a slimmer, redesigned version of Apple’s iconic laptop model, with Digitimes saying that Taiwan-based Quanta Computer has already started volume production of the new version. Show More Summary
Digitimes, which has a mixed track record when it comes to Apple products, is claiming that the 12 inch Air will debut in the first quarter of 2015, as production ramps at manufacturer Quanta. 9to5Mac posted an exclusive report about this device last week, pictured in the mockup above. The device is expected to be razor-thin with just one […]
Apple supplier Quanta Computer has begun ramping up production of the upcoming 12-inch MacBook Air ahead of a release during the first quarter of 2015, reports Digitimes. The company has stepped up its efforts to recruit more workers...Show More Summary
Samsung has been chosen to produce components for the forthcoming Apple Watch, DigiTimes reports (via MacRumors). Specifically, Samsung will focus on building Apple’s new S1 system-in-a-package chipset designed specifically for Apple Watch, which includes all of the sensors and processors in one neat package. Show More Summary
Samsung has won the orders to produce Apple's S1 system-in-a-package for the Apple Watch, reports DigiTimes. The S1 produced by Samsung will combine multiple components including the processor, mobile DRAM, NAND flash, and other chips...Show More Summary
If the rumors are to be believed, CES 2015 is shaping up to be a TV fan’s dream come true. Digitimes reports that LG and Sony will debut a brand new slate of 8K and quantum dot televisions in January, just in case you were already bored with the 4K display in your living room. Show More Summary
Apple's Ultra-Slim 12-Inch MacBook Air Rumored to Enter Mass Production in Early 2015 (MacRumors) Source: Digitimes Chance it's true: 0.01 percent. Because Digitimes. What better way to close out 2014 than with a rumor from the worst of all source...
Sony is working on a 12.9-inch tablet, according to a DigiTimes. The tablet would directly compete with Apple’s own 12.9-inch tablet th at’s reportedly in the works. Sony’s tablet, according to Digitimes, will be big and crisp: It’sShow More Summary
Sony is the latest company rumored to be working on a much bigger Android tablet, joining Samsung’s existing 12-inch model and preparing to compete against Apple’s upcoming 12-inch “iPad Pro” tablet. A new report from Digitimes says Sony is...Show More Summary
DigiTimes claims that Qualcomm is trying to diversify its supply chain. Will it succeed?
A DigiTimes report says Apple will put the Retina MacBook Air into production around the same time as Intel makes its Broadwell processors available. The post Retina MacBook Air will reportedly reach production in early 2015 appeared first on AppleTell.
Apple is reportedly preparing to start producing a new 12-inch MacBook Air in the first quarter of 2015, Taiwanese website Digitimes reports. The new 12-inch MacBook may be even thinner than the MacBook Airs Apple currently sells (both...Show More Summary
Digitimes is claiming that the long-expected 12-inch MacBook Air will be entering mass-production in the first quarter of 2015 “following a pilot production at the end of 2014.” It should be noted this is the same source that predicted the machine would be launched in October, claiming at the time that shipments had already begun. Digitimes […]
Apple's 12-inch MacBook Air and the Apple Watch are expected to enter mass production in 2015 as the company's supply partners have accelerated component production for both products, reports Digitimes. Supply chain sources note that the 12-inch MacBook Air will feature Intel's Broadwell processors and a new ultra-thin design. Show More Summary
Barring a holiday miracle, the PlayStation 4 is poised to win 2014. Despite some missteps along the way, Sony been hard at work cementing its lead over the competition since the beginning of the year, and according to Digitimes, that trend will continue throughout 2015. Show More Summary
Japanese site Feng, seemingly citing DigiTimes as a source, is reporting the unlikely claim that Apple will next year replace the iPhone 5c with a new 4-inch model. While it’s not impossible that Apple would want to drop the 5c, it’s hard to see any rationale for a return to a new 4-inch model – and I […]
A new report from DigiTimes might have answered a critical question about Apple's upcoming A9 chip.
Apple hasn't said exactly when its first smartwatch will launch, but the company is said to have started the production process. Taiwan-based publication Digitimes claims that Apple's suppliers are getting ready to produce millions of Apple Watch units (via 9to5Mac). Show More Summary
Apple is reportedly getting ready to manufacture the Apple Watch, with Digitimes citing supply chain sources that say chipmakers are “gearing up” to start production for the device. FROM EARLIER: The gold Apple Watch might be your most...Show More Summary
Chip suppliers within the Apple Watch supply chain have begun "gearing up" to start production for Apple's new device, according to a new report from Digitimes. Chip orders are estimated to be around 30 - 40 million units for a debut...Show More Summary