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Let’s face it. The new Nexus 7 is no longer a surprise. We’ve already seen it. We’ve already seen press shots for it. Hell, we pretty much know all the details. And now here it is in its full packaging, which means someone was able to get a real version of it early. Which means the Nexus 7 is pretty much ready to go.
The Wall Street Journal is adding weight to rumours of growing iPhone screens sizes, publishing a report which suggests that Apple is testing larger displays for both the iPhone and iPad. Citing sources at suppliers in Asia, the newspaper claims that Apple is testing a 12.9-inch iPad design, alongside a range of prototype iPhones with larger screens.
A leak last week revealed details of Google’s new Nexus 7 tablet — and now freshly leaked press shots and a Best Buy ad reaffirm its existence. The @evleaks Twitter account has published a set of press images of the rumoured new tablet. It shows a few subtle tweaks to the existing design: gone are the dimples in favour of a new horizontal Nexus branding.
According to a report by former WSJ reporter Jessica Lessin, Apple’s long-rumoured stand-alone TV service will supposedly allow viewers to skip over commercials. While commercial skipping has been available as a feature for a while, networks have gone after and often crushed services into bankruptcy or caused them to retract said feature.
Just in case you thought there weren’t enough monstrous phones on offer, rumour has it that HTC may be planning to roll out a 6-inch, 1080p version of its acclaimed One. Referred to as the One Max, Mobile Geeks reports that sources have revealed the phone could pack a 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon 800 chip, 2GB of RAM, up to 64GB of storage and a 3200mAh battery.