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NEWS TAGGED 9.7-INCH
Tuesday 18 February 2020
Shipments of new iPad Pro may peak in April at earliest
Apple is scheduled to launch its new iPad Pro series around March, but shipments are unlikely to peak until after April as their components suppliers are slowly ramping up their output...
Friday 3 May 2019
Global tablet shipments to drop over 8% in 2Q19, says Digitimes Research
Global shipments of tablet PCs are estimated to decline 8.9% sequentially and 8.7% on year in the second quarter of 2019, traditionally still a low season, Digitimes Research estim...
Friday 17 August 2018
Apple to roll out entry-level MacBook in September
Apple is scheduled to roll out its entry-level MacBook series featuring Intel's 14nm Kaby Lake processor in September's product launch conference. The model is expected to be priced...
Monday 30 April 2018
Global tablet shipments to hit new quarterly low of 31.06 million units in 2Q18
Global shipments of tablets hit a new quarterly low of 33 million units in the first quarter of 2017, falling 28.2% sequentially and 14.9% on year, due partly to insufficient stimulation...
Wednesday 28 March 2018
Apple introduces new 9.7-inch iPad with Apple Pencil support
Apple has updated its 9.7-inch iPad with support for Apple Pencil plus increased performance, starting at US$329. The new 9.7-inch iPad and Apple Pencil give users the ability to...
Monday 12 March 2018
Apple new entry-level MacBook to reach 4 million in unit shipments in 2018, says Digitimes Research
Apple is preparing to release a new entry-level MacBook at the end of the second quarter with a price tag expected to be about the same level as that of the existing MacBook Air or...
Friday 1 December 2017
Apple plans new inexpensive 9.7-inch iPad for 2018, says sources
Apple is considering a new inexpensive 9.7-inch iPad priced at around US$259 for 2018, according to sources from related upstream suppliers, which added that the device should be...
Thursday 20 July 2017
TSMC InFO packaging brings more competitiveness to its 7nm process technology
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company's (TSMC) integrated fan-out (InFO) wafer-level packaging technology is about to enter its second generation, which will bring more competitiveness...
Friday 19 May 2017
Apple to ship 5-6 million 10.5-inch iPad Pro tablets in 2017, say Taiwan makers
The upstream supply chain's shipments for Apple's new 10.5-inch iPad Pro have been increasing recently and the device's monthly shipment volume is expected to grow to 600,000 units...
Friday 12 May 2017
Taiwan market: 600,000-700,000 tablets to be sold in 2017
In the Taiwan market, tablet sales in 2016 shrank 12% on year to about 700,000 units and are expected to further drop to 600,000-700,000 units in 2017, 70% of which will be 7- to...
Tuesday 9 May 2017
Taiwan market: Samsung launches new 9.7-inch tablet; Galaxy S8 in short supply
Sales of Samsung's Galaxy S8, particularly the Galaxy S8 Plus, in the Taiwan market have been better than expected resulting in a short supply of the smartphones in the local channels,...
Tuesday 11 April 2017
Compal expected to enjoy 50% growth in smart handheld device shipments in 2Q17
Apple's new inexpensive 9.7-inch iPad is expected to increase the device manufacturer Compal Electronics' smart handheld device shipments by 50% sequentially in the second quarter,...
Wednesday 22 March 2017
Apple announces new 9.7-inch iPad
Apple has updated its 9.7-inch iPad, featuring a brighter Retina display with over 3.1 million pixels. The device is enclosed in an aluminum unibody enclosure weighing one pound,...
Thursday 19 January 2017
Apple reportedly planning 3 new tablets for 2017
Apple reportedly is planning three new tablets for 2017, a 9.7-inch iPad with a friendly price range, a 10.5-inch iPad, and an upgraded 12.9-inch iPad Pro. The products are still...
Wednesday 23 March 2016
Digitimes Research: 4 million 9.7-inch iPad Pros to ship in 1H16
Apple will ship an estimated four million 9.7-inch iPad Pros during the first half of 2016. The 9.7-inch iPad Air 2 will account for the largest portion of all iPads shipped in the...
Friday 30 March 2018
Apple 9.7-inch iPad (2018)
Apple has updated its 9.7-inch iPad with support for Apple Pencil plus increased performance, starting at US$329. The new 9.7-inch iPad and Apple Pencil give users the ability to be creative and productive, from sketching ideas and jotting down handwritten notes to marking up screenshots. The new iPad features a Retina display, the A10 Fusion chip and advanced sensors that help deliver immersive augmented reality (AR). The new iPad's A10 Fusion chip is constructed with 64-bit desktop-class architecture, delivering 40% faster CPU and 50% faster graphics performance for multitasking and graphics-intensive apps, according to Apple. The front- and rear-facing cameras offer low-light performance and HD video recording for document scanning, moviemaking and FaceTime calls.
Wednesday 22 March 2017
Apple inexpensive 9.7-inch iPad
Apple has updated its 9.7-inch iPad, featuring a brighter Retina display and improved performance. The Retina display features over 3.1 million pixels, and the device is enclosed in an aluminum unibody enclosure weighing one pound. It runs on the Apple-designed A9 chip with 64-bit desktop-class architecture. The new iPad comes with iOS 10, new ways to use Siri with users' apps, redesigned Maps, Photos, Apple Music and News, and the new Home app, which lets consumers set up, manage and control their home all in one place, according to the vendor. The new iPad comes in silver, gold and space gray and starts at US$329 for the 32GB with Wi-Fi model and US$459 for the 32GB Wi-Fi plus Cellular model, said Apple.
Wednesday 23 October 2013
Apple iPad Air tablet
Apple has announced the iPad Air featuring a 9.7-inch Retina display in a thinner and lighter design. The iPad Air is 20% thinner and 28% lighter than the fourth-generation iPad, and with a narrower bezel the borders of iPad Air are thinner. The new iPad features the Apple-designed A7 chip with 64-bit desktop-class architecture, wireless transmission with built-in Wi-Fi and expanded LTE cellular connectivity, and the newly-designed iOS 7. The A7 chip's 64-bit architecture and support for OpenGL ES version 3.0 allow the iPad to output visual effects, while the tablet also features the M7 motion coprocessor that gathers data from the accelerometer, gyroscope and compass to offload work from the A7 for improved power efficiency. The new iPad also features two antennas to support MIMO technology. Cellular models also come with expanded LTE coverage to accommodate more LTE networks worldwide, while continuing to deliver support for other fast cellular technology around the world (DC-HSDPA, HSPA+).
Jul 23, 10:33
Chenbro launches the RM252/RM352 series server chassis to empower small base stations deployment in telecommunications
Tuesday 13 July 2021
MOBI standards guide innovation in blockchain services for growth in smart mobility industry
Wednesday 7 July 2021
ADLINK helping manufacturers upgrade businesses with private 5G network-enabled smart manufacturing solutions
Wednesday 7 July 2021
Coretronic leverages strengths to enable smart manufacturing
TSMC dossier (8): Can China establish leadership in semiconductor sector?
ASC 100: Motherson Sumi rides EV wave
Mitac sees 52-week lead time for server component deliveries
PCB firms shipping in small volumes for upcoming AirPods
Chip probing houses to gain from new iPhone SE series, say sources
O-RAN in uncertain future
China top-3 OSATs to see combined revenue climb over 20% in 2021, says Digitimes Research
Google, VW, Toyota keen to develop car operating systems
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