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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

i phone 5 wil release in september

Note the date: 21 September 2012 is when the iPhone 5 will launch after a 12 September reveal, according to more sources with knowledge of the matter.
If the 21 September date sounds familiar, it's because the date was already being bandied around earlier in the month by French blog site after it learnt that a large Chinese accessory-maker had been told directly by Apple to be prepared for this date.
This time it's Apple news site iMore which supposedly has the details of the launch of the next iPhone.
"iMore has heard that Apple is planning to debut the new iPhone at a special event on Wednesday, September 12, 2012, with the release date to follow nine days later on Friday, September 21. This information comes from sources who have proven accurate in the past," reports the site.
When is the new iPhone 5 coming? All the rumours and details
According to iMore, the iPad mini will also be announced at the same September 12 event, as will the new iPod nano, but the site hasn't managed to find out a release date yet.
The timings do make sense: it's the same time frame as the launch of the iPhone 4S as well as meaning Apple would avoid clashes with the Microsoft juggernaut planned for October.
Microsoft is planning on dominating October this year with several high-profile launches including the launch of the Window 8 operating system, the Microsoft Surface tablet, the launch of SmartGlass on the Xbox 360 and Halo 4, as well as the expected launch of Windows Phone 8.
If Apple were to launch the iPhone 5 in September, this would allow the company to avoid any clashes, but also make sure the new iPhone and iPad mini featured in any comparison with anything Microsoft was launching.
It also means that Apple wouldn't have to compare iPhone 5 sales directly with iPhone 4S sales as they fall into different financial quarters, something Apple likes to do so it can boast huge increases in sales for the same quarter of the previous year.
iPhone 5: More parts pieced together in pics and video
Of course iMore could be guessing, however with two independent sources now claiming the same time frames, connecting the dots and making sure 2 plus 2 equals more than four and end of September release date is looking more and more likely by the day.
UPDATE 30 July: Now All Things Digital, the tech section of the Wall Street Journal, is also claiming its sources confirm the 12 September event date:
"Sources tell AllThingsD that Apple is currently planning an event for that week. And while we haven’t yet confirmed its focus, history suggests it will indeed be the new iPhone." 
UPDATE 31 July: Following the "confirmed" stories above, Reuters,Bloomberg, and the New York Times are all now also claiming they have independent sources close to the matter that are confirming the 12 September launch date. 

Monday, July 16, 2012

window 8

Windows 8 Release Preview

It's Windows reimagined and reinvented from a solid core of Windows 7 speed and reliability. It's an all-new touch interface. It's a new Windows for new devices. And it's easy to try now—whether you're installing it for the first time, or moving from Windows 8 Consumer Preview.

 Windows 8 Release Preview is a prerelease version of Windows 8 that focuses on people and apps and gives you powerful new ways to use social technologies to connect with the people who are important to you. It's Windows reimagined. Windows 8 Release Preview is built on the rock-solid foundation ofWindows 7 and has the security and reliability features you expect from Windows, but we’ve made it even better. It’s fast, and it’s made to work on a variety of form factors—especially the new generation of touch devices.
Here’s your chance to be one of the first to try it out. Similar to Consumer Preview, we'll be using information from Release Preview users to make the final product even better.
For detailed product and feature information, download the Windows 8 Release Preview Guide(available in English only).
Windows 8 Release Preview works great on the same hardware that powers Windows 7:
  • Processor: 1 gigahertz (GHz) or faster
  • RAM: 1 gigabyte (GB) (32-bit) or 2 GB (64-bit)
  • Hard disk space: 16 GB (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit)
  • Graphics card: Microsoft DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM driver
Additional requirements to use certain features:
  • To use touch, you need a tablet or a monitor that supports multitouch.
  • To access the Windows Store and to download and run apps, you need an active Internet connection and a screen resolution of at least 1024 x 768.
  • To snap apps, you need a screen resolution of at least 1366 x 768.

 Yes, you can upgrade to Windows 8 Release Preview from Windows 8 Consumer Preview, WindowsDeveloper Preview, Windows 7, Windows Vista, or Windows XP, but you might not be able to keep all of your files, programs, and settings. The following table shows what you can keep during an upgrade depending on the current version of Windows running on your PC:
Current operating systemWhat you can keep
Windows 8 Consumer Preview
  • Nothing (your files will be saved in the Windows.old folder)
Windows Developer Preview
  • Nothing (your files will be saved in the Windows.old folder)
Windows 7
  • Programs
  • Windows settings
  • User accounts and files
Windows Vista
  • Windows settings
  • User accounts and files
Windows XP
  • User accounts and files

 If you create installation media, start your PC from the media, and then install Windows 8 Release Preview, you won't be able to keep your files, programs, or settings. To keep files, programs, or settings you need to install Windows 8 Release Preview by starting your installation from withinWindows.

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