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iPad 5 Back Cover, Tim Cook Replacement, Minuum and more

HomeNews iPadRear Cover iPad 5, Replacing Tim Cook, Minuum and moreBy Manu Iglesias – Apr 22, 2013ShareFacebookTwitter

We start a new week, one more week to talk about all the new features of the Apple tablet and smartphone, as well as the rest of the news around Cupertino’s company.

iPad 5 Back Cover, Tim Cook Replacement, Minuum and more
iPad 5 Back Cover, Tim Cook Replacement, Minuum and more

The week starts with some disappointing rumours around Apple. Shall we review?

Forbes: Is Apple Looking for a New CEO to Replace Tim Cook?

The rumor has spread like wildfire. Wall Street analysts have leaked information that Apple may be looking for a new CEO to replace Tim Cook in the near future. Will this information be real?

Forbes: Is Apple Looking for a New CEO to Replace Tim Cook?

Filter a Photo of Possible iPad 5 Back Cover

We are approaching the date when there is speculation that Apple will present the next iPad and with this the number of rumors increase in a really important way. Today a picture has appeared of what could supposedly be the back cover of the next iPad 5.

Filter a Photo of Possible iPad 5 Back Cover

Minuum, a “Different” Keyboard that Could Come to iOS Next Year

The virtual keyboard on the iPad and iPhone works really well, but sometimes it can be a bit annoying that it takes up so much screen space. Minuum is a new concept of virtual keyboard that would put an end to this problem. At the moment it is a prototype, although the people in charge have already obtained the necessary funding to bring this concept to reality. Their intention is to launch first an Android version and later an iOS version.

Minuum, a “Different” Keyboard that Could Come to iOS Next Year

Asian Suppliers Begin to Reduce Dependence on Apple

According to a series of strong rumors that have emerged in recent days, some of Apple’s suppliers in Asian countries may be in the process of reducing their dependence on Cupertino’s company. In other words, these suppliers could be looking for other clients to replace Apple and diversify their revenue portfolio.

Asian Suppliers Begin to Reduce Dependence on Apple

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