The iPhone is an expensive smartphone, but the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus also saw a price bump when compared to previous models. But a new rumor suggests consumer prices may drop a bit in 2018.
Apple Pay is still expanding, both in the United States and internationally, and one new report suggests two new countries are on the verge of supporting the mobile payment option.
For months, even before the iPhone X was officially announced, reports were coming in on a semi-regular basis pointing to production yield rates that were not where Apple wanted them to be, and that would, ultimately, lead to remarkably limited stock when the phone eventually did launch.
Apple Pay has rolled out to a variety of different locations all over the globe already, but there are still some places that haven’t launched the mobile payment option.
Samsung has been working on a smartphone that can be folded for quite some time now, and it looks like that might be the next “big thing” in the industry as a whole if a new report is any indication.
Apple has reportedly grabbed a huge deal for its original video content push, landing one of the more high-profile projects from a notable director.
Apple was a startup a long time ago, and now, thanks to the App Store that serves as a launching pad for startups all over the world, it aims to help new businesses get off the ground and reach millions of people all over the globe.
Siri is one of Apple’s most important features, with the digital personal assistant present not just on iOS devices, but now on Macs, the Apple Watch, and the company’s first smart speaker, the HomePod.
Apple already has original content out there in the world, with the acquired and modified Carpool Karaoke, to its Planet of the Apps, but the initiative within Apple isn’t abating by any means.
The iPhone X is basically in a constant rumor mill loop these days, where the primary focus is pretty simple: Stock for the upcoming flagship is going to be very, very tight.