In March of 2015, it was reported that Apple was, at least in part, developing its Apple Car in a leased building in Sunnyvale, California.
With the “iPhone 7” looming in the distance, the Rumor Mill is more than willing to toss out little tidbits for what to expect in the next flagship from Apple.
While many of its biggest competitors compete for a share of the growing virtual reality market, Apple has sat back and watched on. The Cupertino company is thought to be working on its own VR technologies, but until they are ready, it will roll third-party VR devices into its “Made for iPhone” program, according to one analyst.
Near the end of January, reports surfaced that Apple was developing long-range wireless charging capabilities for future devices. How that might come to pass is starting to take shape.
Apple will launch a new trade-in program for broken iPhones, and new screen protector installation option
Word on the street says that Apple is going to introduce a dual-camera system in the “iPhone 7 Plus,” and those rumors just keep popping up.
While rumors are still swirling about the “iPhone 7,” a new report has surfaced that aims to shed some light on the design.
The iPad Air line didn’t see a new release last year, so for anyone looking forward to the next-generation tablet, things are certainly starting to heat up.