According to the always-rumormongering, often-incorrect Taiwanese publication Digitimes, HTC's got three tablets for the first half of 2011, with the first launching in the US in March. It'll be called the Flyer allegedly, and will resemble the Desire phone—plus run Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), as we heard before. The…
This is pretty preposterous, particularly if you're already of the thinking that the iPad is just a large iPod Touch. Digitimes, the Taiwanese rag that relies on Chinese whispers, has quoted itself as saying the 5-7-inch iPad will launch 2011.
Digitimes, purveyor of sometimes not true rumors, says that Foxconn's screen division Innolux will supply the Apple Tablet with a 10-inch screen. G-Tech Optoelectronics, also a Foxconn company, is rumored to be strength treating the panels, too.
Continuing their near-monopoly on the reportage of Asian display component rumors, Digitimes is now saying that Nokia has ordered capacitive touchscreens—the type that actually work well—from Wintek for an as-of-yet unannounced handset.
DigiTimes has laid it all on the line this time. Skipping their normal incremental rumors, the publication has listed all of the companies allegedly associated with the next iPhone.