This year’s Worldwide Developers Conference was all about software, so it stands to reason that this year’s September Event will have a big focus on hardware — and not including three new iPhones.
Apple to Refresh Mac mini, Launch New Apple Watch with Larger Display, Intro New Low-Cost Notebook, and More in 2018
Apple Pay is one of Apple’s more lucrative ventures, with the mobile payment option seeing impressive adoption numbers across the United States and the rest of the world, too.
Right now, the iPhone lineup boasts a dual camera setup on some of its models, that being the top-of-the-line option for folks who want to fork over the extra cash.
Apple has registered new iPads and MacBooks with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) which points to an imminent release of these devices. As discovered by Consomac, Apple has registered five new Macs with the model numbers A1931, A1932, A1988, A1989, and A1990.
Geekbench Score Reportedly Reveals 10% Speed Boost with Apple’s A12 Processor, 4GB of RAM in New iPhone X
Geekbench is a popular resource for folks who want to test out device speeds from a wide range of manufacturers, and, sometimes, it even manages to reveal unofficial scores, too.
Apple has had a vision of letting its customers easily switch carriers, bringing their devices to the network of their choice as easily as possible.
There is a semi-regular influx of news regarding Apple’s original content initiative, with the company landing deal after deal, preparing to launch a plethora of new shows at some point down the road.
The rumor mill has been working diligently to paint a picture where Apple releases three new iPhones in 2018, and now longtime analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has weighed in yet again to help bolster those expectations.
Early on Tuesday, Apple officially seeded the second developer beta for iOS 12, the latest version of the operating system for Apple’s smartwatch.
It is expected that, later this year, Apple is going to introduce a brand new Apple Watch series, which may adopt not only new features (some of which we saw with watchOS 5 during WWDC 2018), but also a new physical design.