Apple Seeds: FaceTime Still WiFi-Only Despite 4G iPad, Apple Television Set and MacBook Air Rumors, More

Apple Seeds is iSource’s daily roundup of Apple-related stories for the most diehard of fans, or for the news junkie that has to have all of the day’s news:

FaceTime Calls Can Still Only Be Made Over Wi-Fi Despite iPad’s 4G Capabilities

The Verge is reporting that FaceTime video calling is still limited to Wi-Fi connections despite the new iPad’s inclusion of 4G LTE networking technology. In fact, 4G often provides more bandwidth than Wi-Fi networks. This makes me wonder if it was an oversight, or a decision to keep the mobile phone networks happy. [Read More]

New Analyst Report Claims Apple Television Components Beginning to Move in Small Quantities

Peter Misek of Jeffries & Co. claims that throughout Apple’s asian supply chain, and manufacturing partners, small quantities of components needed to make the television set, are now being shipped around. This of course, suggests production will begin in the relatively near future. We’ll see. [Read More]

New Report Claims 15-Inch MacBook Air Coming in April

A new report from Electricpig has heard from a Mac accessory manufacturer that a 15-inch MacBook Air is due for release in April. This sounds entirely plausible to me. [Read More]

Apple Looking into Integrated Intel Graphics for Mid-Range Notebooks Amongst NVIDA Issues

Despite reports that Apple would be switching back to NVIDA as GPU supplier this year, SemiAccurate is now claiming that NVIDA is having trouble with production. If this is true, Apple may have to rely on Intel’s integrated graphics to get the job done. This sounds messy. [Read More]

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