So, Apple has approved the Opera Mini web browser for the iPhone. A shocking decision if you ask me. I mean, why would Apple allow its customers to use a competitor's web browser other than its own? It is almost general knowledge that Opera browsers are "faster" than the other available browsers out there.
April 3rd will see the launch of the much anticipated iPad.
However, people seemed to be more focused on the supposed "new iPhone", dubbed the "iPhone HD".
Still months away from June/July, all that we can do now is speculate.
So what's new in the "iPhone HD"?
This is basically a 1GHz processor with onboard graphics.
A rather significant boost from the 600MHz processor residing in current generation iPhone 3GS'.
960 x 640 Display
Double the resolution of the current iPhones. Current iPhones are 480 x 320. This is good as it will ease compatibility issues with current iPhone apps and games.
Front-facing Camera / Video Call
Nothing new to modern day mobile phones with cameras, but sadly it was missing from all the previous iPhones. Hopefully this feature will make it onto the "iPhone HD".
It has been rumored that Apple will announce SOMETHING on June 22. Mark your calendars.