Intel recently made a licensing deal that could see it move into a challenging role for manufacturers like TSMC and Samsung, especially as it relates to Apple.
Despite the fact that nothing is official just yet, the expectations at this point is that Apple plans on launching new MacBook hardware in the near future.
There are rumors suggesting Apple will unveil the second-generation Apple Watch at this year’s September/iPhone event, so reports regarding the upcoming wearable’s features are bound to pick up steam.
For some iPhone owners out there, even 128GB of built-in storage might be pushing the limit for the content they want to host on their device instead of in the cloud.
It’s been rumored for a bit now that Apple’s iPhone event in September will take place on September 7, with a launch soon after. But a new development suggests the launch for carriers could be later in the month.