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To make sure its OLED supply is reliable for 2018 and beyond, Apple is reportedly going to invest in LG's new OLED production lines in exchange for becoming their sole customer. The Korea Herald claims Apple is close to reaching a deal with the company.
While a lot of things are still unknown about the upcoming iPhone 8, we have already started hearing things about its successor, the iPhone 9. In a report from the Korea Economic Daily, LG Innotek will be in charge of producing flexible printed circuit boards (PCBs) will be
Due to trouble in the OLED industry, Apple may only be able to produce 3-4 million iPhone 8 units by September, adding more weight to the claim that the handset will initially be harder to get. Digitimes claims iPhone shipments are being limited by a lack of supply.
A number of reports suggest that Apple is preparing a major redesign with the iPhone 8, which should have an all new design, new camera with advanced 3D sensing functionality and bezel-less display. Over the last few weeks, we had a chance to see some images of the handset.
There are shortages in the global DRAM and NAND chip markets as a result of the iPhone 8, reports Reuters. Component orders from Apple have been large enough to trigger a lack of supply. As such, other companies are having to adjust their ordering practices.
Apple has amended its complaint against Qualcomm in the US to allege the company double-dipped and unfairly received billions of dollars. The complaint was filed with a US federal court in San Diego. Apple says Qualcomm's unfair licensing practices are detrimental.
We can't wait to see what Apple has prepared for us this year. Three new iPhones are in the works and the most intriguing one is definitely the top model - iPhone 8. Various things have been said about the handset, but today we have new images that allegedly shows the design of
A secret team within Apple is working to make the iPhone a "one-stop shop" for medical info, reports CNBC. The company already has a known interest in health-related initiatives. HealthKit serves as an existing spot for compiled health info and it's working on health devices.
The next set of iPhones will indeed come with wireless charging and a waterproof design, Wistron CEO Robert Hwang has revealed. Wistron is one of Apple's primary suppliers, so Hwang's statement is a pretty good indicator that the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 8 include those features.
A leak has revealed what are allegedly components for the iPhone 8, which is believed to be one of the biggest upgrades in the history of the iPhone line. Images of the components were posted to Reddit and are allegedly from a Chinese glass supplier.
We are eager to see what Apple has prepared for us and how it will celebrate its 10th anniversary. Not many details have leaked on the iPhone 8, but we do know it should sport a reinforced glass chassis, a metal frame, and an AMOLED panel with very thin bezels.
It is believed that Apple is preparing three new smartphones that are expected to launch later this year. The new models are a 4.7-inch iPhone 7s, a 5.5-inch iPhone 7s Plus and an all-new 5.8-inch iPhone model that is believed to be the iPhone 8. It's still unknown whether the
Delays along Apple's supply chain in Asia could force the company to push back the release of the iPhone 8. It's taking longer than anticipated to increase production of certain components, including OLED displays. A 1-2 month delay is very possible.
Apple will place screen repair machines for iPhone users in 400 third-party service center locations this year, making it much easier for people to fix a broken display. Reuters says the repair centers receiving the machine, known as "Horizon," are spread across 25 countries.
Apple has been pushing for 64-bit apps for months now and with the official announcement of new iOS 11 platform, the company will finally shift towards the 64-bit architecture. This doesn't sound good for older iOS devices, since they won't be eligible for the update.
LG wants to produce OLED displays for future iPhone models in order to keep Samsung from being Apple's sole supplier. ET News reports the company is investing $3.56 billion in one of its factories to prepare itself for large OLED requests from Apple.
During Apple Black Out Days, advisors and leaders are be restricted from requesting days for time off, which often coincides with the launch of new products. The Cupertino company has reportedly posted blackout dates for staff, which also hint at possible launch date of new
Apple is slowly gearing up for the launch of the new iPhone models and we are now getting more and more information about the handset. Another set of renders of iPhone 8 has leaked online, alongside new schematic and a video that shows the smartphone.
OLED is only expected to arrive on the iPhone 8 this year, not the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. Come next year, however, every iPhone model may be using the upgraded display technology. Samsung will be capable of supplying around 180 million units next year.
Apple has filed an application with the FCC to test 5G wireless technology, presumably so that it can improve connectivity on the iPhone. The document was discovered by Business Insider and it reveals Apple is applying for an experimental license to utilize millimeter wave bands.