There has been a pretty consistent rumor going around that Apple is going to launch three new iPhones this year: a true successor to the iPhone X, a larger 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus with an OLED display, and then a 6.1-inch iPhone equipped with an LCD panel.
Yesterday, Apple seeded the second developer beta of iOS 11.4, which didn’t add any major forward-facing features for the end user, but it did remove something.
Recently, Apple launched the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus in (PRODUCT)RED, giving the lineup a bold new color option well after its initial release date.
The HomePod went on sale earlier this year, and for $349 potential owners could have Apple’s first foray into the smart speaker market.
Late last year, Apple changed its battery replacement program, reducing the cost from $79 to just $29.
The HomePod went on sale earlier this year, the company’s first smart speaker with a price tag set at $349.
Some trends pick up faster than others in the smartphone industry, and while dual cameras are all the rage these days, three cameras appears to be the next step.
There have been rumors swirling around for quite some time now suggesting Apple has been working on launching new color options for its latest generation smartphones.
Apple hasn’t released an update to the AirPort Express base station since 2012, and the second-generation box is probably going to be the last of the lineup ever.
Apple has been rumored to be working on its own chips for Macs for quite some time, and now a new report aims to put a date on it.