Everyone's been digging through their web analytics looking for clues about the next iPad. But the rush to sift out details about new bits of hardware may have turned up Apple's next mobile operating system.
It’s well known that when Apple comes up to refreshing or replacing a product stock runs dry of the current model. Now it seems PC World is totally out of Apple TVs and won’t be getting any more any time soon. If that doesn’t scream “new Apple TV” I’m not sure what does.
We saw Panasonic unveil its Eluga yesterday, and although it’s a looker, we were a tad disappointed by its weakish specs. But it seems that’s just the first of a range of Euro-centric smartphones headed our way including a Lumix-branded and more premium models, which we’ll see at MWC next week.
Microsoft is reportedly looking to improve its less-than-stellar track record when it comes to digital music. Having already scrapped its Zune player and Urge service, the software giant could be contemplating rebuilding the Zune Music Pass program as a new, Spotify-style service by year's end.
Why should iPad 3 rumours be the sole provenance of established blogs and news outlets? It's time we turned to the masses. And who better to shed light on Apple's next device than YouTube's best and brightest?