Right now, the iPhone 7 features a 5W power adapter that supports a slower USB-A port, but Apple may be changing things up with the oft-rumored iPhone 8.
Apple is no stranger to acquiring a variety of firms, especially if they believe they can use the technology that’s being developed there for their own needs.
Reports have mounted recently that Apple, having given up (for now) on its Apple Car project, has turned to self-driving software instead.
There isn’t a consensus out of the rumor mill when it comes to the future of Touch ID, as far as the oft-rumored iPhone 8 is concerned.
Apple announced ARKit, its basis for developing augmented reality features for iOS devices, during this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
Before the week comes to an end, one rumor has cropped up to potentially give us all a good laugh heading into the weekend.
Rumor has it that Apple plans on releasing three new iPhones this year, the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, and the iPhone 8.
The Apple Watch is currently Apple’s only product with an OLED display, but with rumors swirling around that we could see an iPhone switching to the panel, the Apple Watch may be going down a different route.
Apple’s Siri Speaker Production Kicks off Ahead of WWDC 2017 Debut; Will Feature Virtual Surround Sound but Will Not Have a Screen
Rumor has it that Apple is building a smart speaker of its own, to go up against the likes of Amazon and Google.