marți, 24 septembrie 2013

iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C

First of all, the release date for both phones is September 20.

We’re now just a few days away from Apple’s announcement of the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C. The iPhone 5S will most likely be released towards the end of September, alongside the iPhone 5C. The iPhone 5S, like the 4S, will be an incremental update (but with the addition of champagne- and graphite-colored variants), while the 5C will be a brand-new, plastic-chassis smartphone that comes in a variety of colors. Yes, at long last, it looks like Apple is finally kowtowing to the consumers who have been begging for a cheaper iPhone for years. The rumored iPhone 5S specs, except for the possibility of an integrated fingerprint scanner, aren’t all that exciting, however.

   With two new iPhones, and perhaps two new iPads as well, it’s clear that the September 10 event will be massively significant, both for consumers and shareholders. With Samsungtaking control of the smartphone market over the last year, and its dominance of the tablet market being diminished by Google, Amazon, and Samsung, Apple will need to deliver something spectacular on September 10. We’ll be there, of course, and reporting it live.


This in an ultra durable mother board, like Gigabit used to impress us.


  • Supports 4th Generation Intel® Core™ processors
  • GIGABYTE Ultra Durable™ 5 Plus Technology
  • IR® Digital CPU Power Design
  • 15µ gold plated CPU socket
  • Multi-GPU Support
  • All solid capacitors
  • GIGABYTE On/Off Charge™ 2 for USB devices
  • Intel® LAN with high ESD Protection
  • Supports CFOS Speed Internet Accelerator Software
  • 10 USB 3.0 ports

GIGABYTE Ultra Durable™ 5 Plus debuts on GIGABYTE 8 Series 
motherboards, with a range of features and component choices that 
provide record-breaking performance, cool and efficient operation 
and extended motherboard lifespan.
This is an entry-level mainboard, but not the most junior model in the

It uses the features and functionality of the Intel Z87 chipset almost to
the fullest, but has 
no numerous additional onboard controllers, thus staying reasonably
The new Gigabyte UEFI BIOS makes a terrific impression making
this board
 stable and reliable in nominal mode and easy to work with during
CPU overclocking.