iOS 4.3 for iPad 2 Suggests iPhone 5 Will Get Apple's Dual-Core A5 Chip

Code references found in iOS 4.3 firmware for iPad suggests that the upcoming iPhone 5 will have the same Apple A5 dual-core processor as the iPad 2. Several developers have spotted references to a N94AP device in the code, which they are assuming is an internal model number for the next-generation iPhone. For example, the Verizon iPhone was labelled N92 internally. After digging into the included N94AP kernel, developers found that it’s associate with S5L8940, a codename for the A5 chip.

Most likely the iPhone 5 will be announced this June, and because of these findings in iOS 4.3, it is very likely to feature the A5 chip.

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Problems With Loading iOS 4.3? We’ve Got The Solution

The installation of the latest iOS update should run smoothly for most users. However, some have reported a hiccup of sorts, which seems to be related to the syncing of photos.

The problem occurs after the installation of iOS 4.3, when iTunes attempts to sync the iDevice for the first time. Under step four, the syncing of photos,
some users are getting this nasty message: “The required file cannot be found.” Hereafter, the sync process ends without completing.

For those receiving this error, uncheck the box to sync photos on your iDevice, and attempt to sync again. Then re-sync again, but this time, include your photos.

According to David Winograd from TUAW, there is also another solution:

I had my iPhone 3GS sync all events except the last one. The sync worked flawlessly. Then I added the last event, and the sync still worked.

Hopefully, this will resolve issues some of our readers are having when installing the new update.

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iMovie For iPad Will Not Support First-Generation iPad – [CONFIRMED]

Yesterday, we reported that Apple had confirmed via that Garageband will in fact support iPad as well as iPad 2. Following on from that finding, iMovie’s official product page unfortunately tells a different story, with Apple outlining that iMovie for iPad will not support the first-generation iPad, with the software only carrying support for iPhone 4, iPod touch (fourth-gen) and iPad 2.

The likely reason for this is due to the first-generation iPad not having enough processing power to run some of the more adventurous video effects and animations within the app to a level which Apple considers “satisfactory” in relation to overall user experience for its customers.

iMovie and Garageband for iPad are expected to be released later today.
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Before you buy that iPad 2 3G… (LTE Mifi)

We’ve just heard that a Verizon 4G LTE Mifi just went through the FCC. It isn’t going to give you GPS (And won’t be cheap) but it might be another option for your extra-Wifi Connectivity needs. Usually devices take around a month to get from FCC to store shelves.

Just thought you’d like to know.

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