Rumor had it that Apple was going to announce brand new iPad Pro models earlier this month, but that ultimately didn’t happen. Which means there’s still room for an event next month!
Face ID is Apple’s primary focus for biometric security these days, leaving Touch ID in the past and trudging forward wit the face unlock feature.
The rumor mill refuses to give up on the new iPhones, even if Apple is only one day away from officially unveiling the upcoming handsets.
We are only two days away from Apple hosting its “Gather Round” event and introducing three new iPhones.
Earlier this year we heard that Apple was working on a new series for the Apple Watch, and that this year’s model would introduce a wearable with a 15 percent bigger screen compared to the previous models.
We’re not too far away from Apple announcing three new iPhones. And while the rumor mill has revealed quite a bit about the upcoming handsets, there is still plenty of speculation regarding the price points of each handset.
On Wednesday, September 12, Apple is going to host an event where it is expected the company will announce three new iPhones.
At some point next year, rumor has it that Apple is going to allow for third-party accessory makers to create Made for iPhone (MFi)-certified USB Type-C-to-Lightning cables.
While facial recognition is a feature that most smartphone manufacturers are trying to adopt in some way or another, with Apple leading that particular charge with the TrueDepth Camera system and Face ID, fingerprint sensors embedded in displays is also a major focal point for some companies.
Following Apple’s announcement of an impending iPhone event on September 12, where the company will unveil the iPhone XS lineup (and a 6.1-inch LCD iPhone), the Apple Watch Series 4 will get some time on stage as well.