When reports began surfacing that suggested Apple’s reported plans to debut a 4-inch version of its iPhone could include the company going with the moniker “5se,” I couldn’t help but try and understand what the thought process could be for using such branding.
When top executives from Silicon Valley begin meeting with religious and political leaders, you have to question their ultimate motive behind holding such talks.
Steve Zadesky – the man who was reportedly responsible for heading up Apple’s (rumoured) electric car project is now said to have left the Californian company, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Following on from reports that claimed the device was supposedly set to enter its trial production phase – this month, (and comments that alluded to Apple’s planned hardware revision possibly including the addition of FaceTime), a variety of publications are now making a u-turn on their previous predictions for what Apple’s next update to the Apple Watch may involve.
Apple is said to be among a long list of device producers that use the mineral sourced in the Democratic Republic of Congo, according to a new report.
Li-Fi – short for Light Fidelity – is a bidirectional, high-speed and fully networked wireless communication technology that in many ways is similar to Wi-Fi, but that has been measured to be up to 100 times faster.
… and according to code found in iOS 9.1, it could be coming to Apple’s iPhone.
In the biggest trade-in program to launch for Apple’s wearable since the product’s original public introduction, Microsoft will this week begin allowing Apple Watch customers to trade-in their own models of the wrist wearable, in return for receiving a hefty discount off Microsoft Band 2.
Apple has officially confirmed that the latest version of iOS, designed for both the iPhone 6S (and iPhone 6S Plus), features a bug that could prevent the battery percentage indicator from updating as it normally should – in certain situations.
Following on from various reports, that collectively suggest Cupertino could be preparing to introduce Apple Watch 2 – as early as this March, Matthew Panzarino says that while the second-generation of Apple’s wearable is unlikely to make its appearance at the (as yet unconfirmed) event, the wrist device could still be set to gain a camera for FaceTime.