#科技头条#20130815

1、 有分析师认为,iPhone5S不会有太大变化,更大的屏幕和指纹识别安全技术可能不会出现。Apple TV、能与iPhone交互的手表等重磅创新将留待2014年。在IPhone5S之外,苹果将推出一款更便宜的、塑料外壳的iPhone,以争取大量的低端消费者,这个版本被一些网站戏称为“5C(cheap)”。(今日美国)

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New Apple iPhone not expected to have many changes

http://www.usatoday.com/story/tech/2013/08/14/new-iphone-not-expected-to-have-many-changes/2654035/

LOS ANGELES — Don't expect to be overwhelmed when Apple unveils its latest iPhone upgrade next month — analysts expect few changes.

The current model, the iPhone 5, saw a larger screen, improved resolution, an upgraded camera and new charging cable. The new 5S, as analysts expect the new phone to be called, will follow the usual drill — faster processor, improved camera and more storage, says Gene Munster, an analyst with Piper Jaffray.

Apple sold more phones in the quarter — 31.9 million, up from 28.9 million a year ago, but there's a huge gap between Apple and No. 1 ranked Samsung, which sold 71.4 million smartphones, up from 45.6 million.

Apple's solution is to offer a cheaper, plastic version of the iPhone in addition to the new 5S for cost-conscious consumers, a segment where Android is strong, says Van Baker, an analyst with Gartner.

What's been dubbed the iPhone 5C (for "cheap") on Apple online rumor sites "will help bring in new buyers," says Baker.

Apple rumor websites have floated possibilities such as a bigger screen for the new iPhone 5S and even fingerprint technology for security, but Munster and Baker don't expect either of those. Munster says Apple is holding big innovation for 2014, which he believes will see the introduction of an Apple TV product and a connected watch that will interact with the iPhone.

2、在信息技术领域,云技术和移动领域最受风险投资家青睐。(华盛顿邮报)

Investors confident in cloud ventures, survey shows

http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/on-it/investors-confident-in-cloud-ventures-survey-shows/2013/08/14/544c687a-0461-11e3-9259-e2aafe5a5f84_story.html

Information technology ventures — especially cloud and mobile — are especially attractive to today’s venture capitalists, a new report shows.

A survey of more than 400 global venture capital, private and growth equity investors showed greater confidence in cloud and mobile investments than those in other sectors such as hardware.

The survey, conducted in May and June by Deloitte and the National Venture Capital Association, measured investor confidence on a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 representing the most confidence in a sector. Within the United States, investors gave cloud computing ventures a score of 4.06 and mobile technology a 3.99. Energy and clean technology inspired the least confidence with 1.92.

 

 


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