Recently, there were reports suggesting that Apple’s iPhone production could be potentially affected due to the coronavirus outbreak in China, where most of Apple’s production takes place. One of Apple’s biggest partners, Foxconn, said that it would not affect production schedule, but a new report begs to differ.
Assuming that Apple is sticking to the same formula as they have for the past couple of years, later in the year we can expect the company to launch three new iPhones. Thanks to the folks at Mac Otakara, they have managed to get their hands on 3D printed mockups of the upcoming models.
For years, the EU has been pushing for a standard mobile charger. This was in the early days where some companies were still making proprietary chargers. For the most part, the majority of handset makers eventually settled on micro USB and are now moving to USB-C, but if there is one holdout, it would be Apple.
Given that a lot of Apple’s products are manufactured and produced in China, naturally some have been wondering with the new coronavirus making its rounds, could it have an impact on Apple’s future iPhone launches? While one of Apple’s partners, Foxconn, claims that it won’t, some seem to disagree.
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple is not quite done with Touch ID just yet. The company is rumored to be looking to bring Touch ID to 2020’s iPhones by embedding it under the display, similar to what several other Android manufacturers have done. However, it also seems that Apple could be looking to embed it in other ways.
There’s a lot of predictions and leaks for Apple revealing big products this year (2020). However, along with its reimagined iPhone or the expected iPhone SE 2 – there would be more interesting things in the store.One of the most popular Apple analysts Ming-Chi Kuo predicts that Apple will also launch wireless charging mats, AirTags, high-end headphones, new iPads/Macs in the first half of 2020.Of course, among the new products, […]
A couple of weeks ago, a report from the CIRP suggested that Apple’s iPhone 11 was outselling its “Pro” siblings. It looks like the report is pretty spot on because according to Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, he has confirmed that the iPhone 11 is the best-selling iPhone during the holiday quarter, where it was the top-selling iPhone every week for the month of December.
With reports of the Wuhan virus making its rounds, this is no doubt going to be disruptive for the everyday lives of people, which unsurprisingly could also affect businesses. Recently, there have been reports suggesting that it could have the potential to affect the production schedule of devices like the iPhone, which are manufactured in China.
AirDrop is Apple’s proprietary way of transferring files from one device to another, and here’s how you can use it.
With Apple ditching Touch ID on the iPhone and iPad, it feels like the company could be ready to completely give up the technology, but that doesn’t appear to be the case. According to a recently discovered patent, it only seems to fuel the rumors that Apple could actually be looking to bring an in-display fingerprint sensor to future iPhones.
The iPhone SE 2 – which could also be potentially called as “iPhone 9” will get into mass production next month for a potential March release schedule.In case you did not know, the iPhone SE 2 will be a budget iPhone for under $400. Even though the pricing isn’t clear at the moment, we’re just a month away from its official reveal.Bloomberg also reported that the assembly work for the […]
When it comes to iPhone colors, Apple has never really been one to explore crazy color finishes. However, with the iPhone 11, Apple did introduce a brand new midnight green finish that was actually rather nice, but it seems that with the 2020 iPhones, Apple might ditch the color for something else.
Apple is always known to actively defend users’ privacy – no matter whether it is a court order.However, amidst all the chaos and FBI’s pressure, Apple seems to be dropping its plan to encrypt the backups in iCloud as reported by Reuters.To enhance users’ privacy on the cloud, Apple had plans to introduce encrypted iCloud backups for the customers. However, the FBI complained that the move will harm crucial investigations.Hence, […]
One of the surprising changes that Apple made to its iPhones last year was longer battery life. For years, the company has been trying to compress its iPhones as much as possible to the point where they were forsaking features such as battery life in pursuit of thinness. That was why last year was rather surprising.