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Apple Reportedly Beat Out Samsung In Smartphone Sales Last Quarter

11/07/2017, The rivalry between Apple and Samsung is a pretty well-known one, and just recently Samsung released an ad that not-so-subtly made fun of the iPhone, and while we have to admit that the ad was clever and funny and did raise some good points, it looks like...

Samsung’s Latest Ad Throws Major Shade At Apple

11/07/2017, It is no secret that Apple and Samsung don’t have the best relationship. While the latter appears to still supply components to Apple for various products, we wouldn’t exactly call both companies friends. In fact Samsung recently released an ad in...

Apple Could Launch Two OLED iPhones With Face ID In 2018

11/06/2017, The iPhone X has only just recently started going out to customers but it seems that rumors and interest in 2018’s models have already started to build. In a recent report from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, it seems that if you wanted more...

iOS 11.1 Devices Hit With Weird Autocorrecting Keyboard Bug

11/06/2017, The virtual keyboard on our smartphones are one of the most basic features that one would expect from smartphones, but it seems that even sometimes the most basic things can go wrong. Such is the case with iPhone and iPad users who are encountering a...

Apple’s Latest Financials Show That iPhone Sales Are Up

11/05/2017, For the past several quarters, Apple has been experiencing a decline in iPhone sales. There are of course many reasons for this, such as the market being saturated with competition from Chinese manufacturers, customers getting bored of the same design for...

2018’s iPhone Expected To Use The Same Camera Lens Design

11/02/2017, Based on initial reviews of Apple’s new iPhones, it seems that the changes and improvements Apple has made to the cameras has been very welcomed, which is why it doesn’t really seem surprising that Apple will be wanting to stick to a similar formula...

HomePod Will Pass Certain Siri Queries To The iPhone/iPad

11/01/2017, During WWDC earlier this year, Apple announced the HomePod which is basically the company’s take on the Amazon Echo and Google Home, except that it will come with Siri baked inside of it. Now thanks to a deeper look at the firmware of the HomePod and...

2018’s iPhones Expected To Stick With The Same Face ID Sensors

10/30/2017, Apple’s new iPhone X has a key feature in the form of Face ID, which is facial recognition taken to the next level as far as mobile devices are concerned. It involves an array of cameras and sensors that will help make facial detection more accurate and...

Cancer Discovered In Throat Using An iPhone-Connected Ultrasound

10/29/2017, It used to be that back in the day, huge and expensive and specialized medical equipment was needed in order to detect and look for various health issues. While that is still true today, a lot of medical technology has since been shrunken down and can be...

Apple Reportedly Acquires Camera Sensor Company

10/25/2017, Even massive tech corporations such as Apple cannot do everything themselves, which is why more often than not, these companies need to license technology from other companies, or acquire existing companies to bring their technology into the fold....

Apple Acquires New Zealand Wireless Charging Company PowerbyProxi

10/24/2017, Ahead of the 2017 iPhone announcement, there were rumors suggesting that Apple was working on including wireless charging into the handsets. Many believed that Apple could introduce “true” wireless charging that would not require a charging mat, but...

3 Million iPhone X Units Expected To Be Available At Launch

10/20/2017, If you’re hoping to get your hands on the iPhone X come 3rd of November, you might have heard reports that Apple is facing some supply issues and that there might not be many units available at the start. This seems to be further reinforced by analyst...

Rogers CEO Says iPhone 8 Demand Has Been ‘Anemic’

10/20/2017, There have been multiple reports to suggest that Apple’s iPhone 8 isn’t doing as well as its predecessors, and recently Canadian carrier Rogers seems to agree with that assessment. According to the carrier’s CEO Joe Natale, he claims that demand for...