The New Macbook Air Gets Torn Apart To Reveal Tasty Parts By iFixit Crew

So, the Macbook Air 2012 edition is still uber-thin, but one thing that has changed is the faster, more powerful internal chips and systems. So, veteran teardown site iFixit is currently disassembling a brand new Macbook Air, just to figure out what is inside. Head on over to the source link to enjoy the gore that is a $1000 and up disassembled laptop. Via: iFixit

Samsung Galaxy Note With T-Mobile 3G Waves Spotted At FCC

Here’s the story: A Galaxy Note for the some time has been swimming around the FCC with bands compatible for its 3G network. Filed under the SGH-T879 codename, the giant smartphone phablet has passed through the agency with the needed 1,700MHz HSPA band for T-Mobile 3G while also supporting 850MHz and 1,900MHz 3G in the same breath. When and if a Galaxy Note for T-Mobile debuts is the question. Oh, and with bits of news floating about a successor to the very successful Galaxy Note, what would the point of an LTE-less version that would be outdated?

Via: FCC

Apple Debuts iOS 6 For iPad, iPhone, And iPod Touch With Slew Of Features

iOS 6. It brings Facebook integration, Passbook (an app that hold all sorts of passes), enhancements to Siri (as well as bringing it to the new iPad), Maps with turn-by-turn navigation (an in-house app by Apple) with Flyover (3D rendition of cities), improvements to Safari, FaceTime, Phone, and a whole suite of new improvements, like UI tweaks, all detailed at Apple’s iOS 6 page. The update is coming this fall, with a dev preview available to theiPhone 4S, iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, 4th generation iPod touch, the latest iPad and iPad 2 (no original iPad seen here).

Best of all, the iOS 6 update shows that Apple is willing to mix things up (e.g. the in house Maps or tweaks to the UI), so it keeps promise of more exciting things in the future.

Via: Apple

Apple Has The Next-Gen Macbook Pro With Retina Displays, 0.71-Inches Thin

Today, Apple announced its next-generation Macbook Pro: sporting a Retina display with a 2880 x 1800 resolution (or 220ppi) and a casing that measures just 0.71-inch thin and weighs just 4.46 pounds. This new Macbook Pro has 16GB of RAM, the newest NVIDIA Kepler GT 650M graphics, up to a quad-core 2.7GHz Core i7 processor, a maximum 768GB of storage (SSD, of course), and with a promised seven hours of battery life with 30 days standby.

Also debuted into the new Macbook Pro: a thinner MagSafe connector, a fan that is “nearly imperceptible” to the user. Pricing starts at $2,199 for a 2.3GHz unit with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. Press release after the break.

Canon’s Rebel T4i: 18-megapixel DSLR with touchscreen and brawn for $849.99

This the Canon Rebel T4i: it has a new 18-megapixel APS-C sensor (plus Canon’s Digic 5 processor), has an ISO range of up to 25,600, video recording enhancements like on-camera audio leveling, improved autofocus, new scenes and filters, and the selling point: a 3-inch, touch-enabled LCD on the camera that enables new DSLR owners to press each and every one of the tiny Canon icons without missing them. Essentially it’s aiming to be the best entry-level DSLR on the market, and with a spec list like that (plus a decent price), Canon may have an honorable contender to offer the masses.

As for pricing, the body-only Rebel T4i costs $849, the body and the standard 18-55mm kit lens for $949.99, or the body and the new 18-135mm STM lens (a super silent shooting lens) for $1199. And if you only want more lenses, the 18-135mm lens will cost $549.99 and and the 40mm will run you down $199.99. Nicely done, Canon.

Via: Canon