News tagged: Apple
The iPhone 8 may be revealed later this year, but it could be hard to get until 2018, according to a report from KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. He believes mass production of the phone will begin in October or November. This strongly suggests the phone will be hard to get until 2018.
Since iPhone 6, we haven't seen any drastic changes and if rumours are true, Apple has finally decided to do something about that with the upcoming smartphone. A major iPhone redesign is planned for 2017 and we might have first images of the smartphone.
Many people are putting a lot of hope into Apple's upcoming anniversary iPhone 8, which is definitely one of the most anticipated smartphones this year. As we are approaching the official event, details about the smartphone are starting to come out.
One of Apple's secret projects may be in the area of internet satellites. Bloomberg reports two executives from Alphabet who were working on space operations and satellite engineering have been hired by Apple. They are joining a new hardware team at the company.
We all know that Apple's products are not very cheap, but if you are not worried about refurbished devices, then you could pay up to few hundreds less than if you were to buy a brand new product. The latest refurbished product from Apple is a 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar.
Apple and Nike have partnered up again for a special edition of the Apple Watch. The new model updates the Apple Watch Nike+ that arrived in 2016. This special edition is known as the Apple Watch NikeLab. The model has the exact same internal specs as the Series 2.
China is concerned about Apple's App Store and is going to be "tightening up checks on software applications" that are available through the store, reports the state-run Xinhua News Agency. Chinese officials have been visiting the company's offices in Beijing.
iPhone ownership in the United States has reached a new high point. ComScore reports there are 85.8 million iPhone owners over the age of 13, which is more than there have ever been. That's based on data from Q4 2016. iPhone 6 and 6s are still the most popular.
Apple's 2017 Environmental Responsibility Report includes a new goal to end mining. The company says it's working to stop all Apple product-related mining for rare minerals and metals. It hopes to move entirely to using recycled components. Lisa Jackson discussed the initiative.
Earlier this year, we heard that Apple is finally getting ready to terminate its relationship with GPU chip manufacturer Imagination Technologies as they are working on an "independent graphics design." According to a report UBS, Apple is planning to cut its royalty payments to
Apple's GarageBand, iWork, and iMovie apps are all entirely free. Anyone can use the software on macOS and iOS without paying a thing. This change doesn't impact a ton of people since Apple has been including the software with new computers for free since 2013.
It has been a while since Apple updated its iMac lineup. The Cupertino company recently confirmed it plans to release a pro version of the iMac, but the launch date was never revealed. If DigiTimes is correct this time, the new models are expected to arrive sometime in the
Apple still hasn't confirmed it's working on autonomous vehicles, but it certainly seems to be. The company has received a permit to test self-driving vehicles in California, suggesting Apple is working on the technology. Apple might be making tech for other companies.
Recent report citing a source from Foxconn has revealed more details about Apple's upcoming flagship smartphone. Based on the leaked schematic, we now have first renders of the new iPhone 8 handset, which looks to feature very thin bezels on the front.
Fourth generation iPad was released way back in 2012 and was replaced by the iPad Air 2 in 2014. If you by any chance bring your 4th generation iPad in for servicing at Apple Stores or authorized service providers, you might be surprised with the replacement.
We have already talked about Toshiba's financial issues that forced them to sell its memory chip business. A lot of tech firms are interested in buying Toshiba's memory chip business, and to increase chances to acquire the business, Apple is considering teaming up with Foxconn to
Apple's share of the Chinese smartphone market has fallen to its lowest point since July 2014. New data from Kantar reveals iOS' market share is now 13.2%, down significantly from the 22.1% that was reported a year ago. Individual devices like the iPhone 7 are doing well.
The Cupertino company is slowly making a transition to 64-bit apps only, meaning the support for some phones will end as well. It is believed that iOS 11 will kill off support for 32-bit apps, and now a post on Forbes claims that Apple could obsolete the iPhone 5 with iOS 10.3.2.
A secret team within Apple is working on noninvasive sensors that can continuously monitor glucose levels in people with diabetes. CNBC reports Apple had been working on the project for five years and it's already begun feasibility trials. This tech could improve diabetes care.