“Clearly, any new devices introduced on the 22nd [by Nokia] will be Windows mobile. Most notably, a new Lumia 1520 is expected. The phone is reported to have a 6 inch screen, one of the largest in the industry, and will include a high-end camera, which has been a trademark of the series,” Manness writes. “Since Microsoft is due to purchase the division, this should be viewed as a Microsoft event. Unfortunately for them, their announcements will probably be overshadowed by Apple’s big iPad event.”
“The Apple event will be a spectacle – as always,” Manness writes. “Let’s look at the really important changes that are coming – two items that are at once the most significant and the most certain: Touch ID sensor [and the] Apple A7x processor. These two are important since they are both: ground breaking, unique, part of an overall plan towards greater security, aimed at the enterprise, and beyond. Actually, the two are tied together in a way that not many people appreciate, and this gives iOS, and Apple, a real advantage that will be hard for others to match.”
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