Apple Stores in China offer a glimpse into an alternate timeline with new artwork and iPad Pro displays

On a brighter timeline, Apple Stores around the world are stocked with the brand new LiDAR-equipped iPad Pro and updated MacBook Air. In reality, every Apple Store outside of Greater China is closed indefinitely. The 52 stores that remain open now give a rare look into a global product launch that could have been. China’s … Continue reading Apple Stores in China offer a glimpse into an alternate timeline with new artwork and iPad Pro displays

Apple releases iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 with several new features (change log)

Apple yesterday released iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 update to millions of Apple device owners around the world. This update comes with several new features and bug fixes. For iPhones, this update brings iCloud Drive folder sharing from the Files app, new Memoji stickers, third-party navigation app support for the CarPlay and more. For iPad devices, … Continue reading Apple releases iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 with several new features (change log)

New Apple patent suggests a cool Borg-like tiled display feature is coming to iPhone

Apple is rather well-known for adding features to the operating system by stealing them from smaller developers.  If a new, recently-discovered patent by Apple is any indication, such may be the case once again. The patent for a “System with Multiple Electronic Devices” describes how putting two iPhones next to each other can activate a … Continue reading New Apple patent suggests a cool Borg-like tiled display feature is coming to iPhone

Apple iPhone 9 might get delayed due to the Coronavirus outbreak

Apple is expected to announce multiple iPhones at its September 2020 event but that’s still far away. In the meantime, we have seen leaks of the Apple iPhone 9 which would be the successor to Apple iPhone SE. The iPhone 9 is expected to launch at the end of March but new reports suggest that the launch might be … Continue reading Apple iPhone 9 might get delayed due to the Coronavirus outbreak

Apple might finally let iPhone and iPad users change their default internet and email apps, according to a new report

Apple may finally be loosening its stance on a long-held iPhone and iPad standard: The company is considering a change to its policy of forcing its own apps as defaults, according to a new Bloomberg report. As it stands, if you use an iPhone or an iPad, Apple's apps are set as default and cannot … Continue reading Apple might finally let iPhone and iPad users change their default internet and email apps, according to a new report

iPhone 9 will still be announced in March despite production issues due to corona virus

Amid a backdrop of Apple's message to investors warning of its inability to meet its own Q2 earnings guidance due to production issues related to coronavirus, Bloomberg now reports that we can expect iPhone 9 to be announced next month as planned. The report notes that while Apple is struggling to make iPhones at the … Continue reading iPhone 9 will still be announced in March despite production issues due to corona virus

Chinese government blocks Conn’s plan to restart iPhone production

Foxconn is a leading ODM that manufactures millions of iPhones every year in China. Due to Coronavirus outbreak, Foxconn last week announced that it is extending the leave of its factory workers until Feb 9th. While everyone was expecting Foxconn to restart its production facilities from tomorrow (Feb 10th), Chinese government has now ordered Foxconn not … Continue reading Chinese government blocks Conn’s plan to restart iPhone production

Apple still working on a folding iPhone and files for a patent

Folding phones have  become a reality last year, and this year they are starting  to get mainstream, with handsets such as the Motorola Razr, Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Fold 2. As usual, Apple is rather slow to adopt new technology, but they usually get there eventually. A new patent published today for … Continue reading Apple still working on a folding iPhone and files for a patent

‘iPhone SE2’ production will continue as normal thanks to “backup plan

During Apple’s quarterly earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that the Coronavirus situation in China might affect Apple’s operations. Since some suppliers are from Wuhan region, Apple began working on mitigation plans to make up any expected production loss.  Today, Mingfeng Guo, an analyst at Tianfeng Securities, released a report which reinforces this statement.  In this, … Continue reading ‘iPhone SE2’ production will continue as normal thanks to “backup plan

Want to buy $5000 iphone 11 pro which is inspired by Tesla cyber truck

Russian engineers at luxury designer caviar have created a titanium iPhone 11 Pro inspired by the design of Tesla's Cybertruck. The stunning luxurious gadget is vintage Caviar, who have previously created a $100,000 iPhone with a clock on the back and a Christmas iPhone 11 Pro Max that cost $140,000. This new model is actually … Continue reading Want to buy $5000 iphone 11 pro which is inspired by Tesla cyber truck

New low-cost iPhone entering production next month, could be released in March

According to a new report from Bloomberg this evening, Apple’s upcoming low-cost iPhone will enter mass production next month. This is the device that has commonly been referred to as the iPhone SE 2 and iPhone 9. Today’s report says Apple is preparing to officially unveil this iPhone “as early as March,” with production being … Continue reading New low-cost iPhone entering production next month, could be released in March

Analyst: Air Pods revenue could double in 2020 with shipments hitting 85M units

Noted analyst Toni Sacconaghi of Bernstein is out with a new investor note in which he predicts that AirPods will continue to grow at an incredible rate in 2020. Sacconaghi estimates that Apple sold $6 billion worth of AirPods this year, a number that could more than double next. As detailed by CNBC, Sacconaghi estimates … Continue reading Analyst: Air Pods revenue could double in 2020 with shipments hitting 85M units