Later this year, Apple is expected to launch a trio of new iPhone models. Two of which will be successors to the current iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. The other, a follow-up to the successful iPhone XR. All three are supposed to be using a new processor under the hood, the A13.
Word on the street is that Apple is going to (finally) launch a standalone Music app for the next version of macOS. And now a few more details have leaked out ahead of this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
According to the rumor mill, Apple is planning on launching its first 5G iPhone in 2020. And while that effort may still be in the works, the company has received a pretty big blow as one executive leading the charge departs.
While a lot of talk has been passed around regarding a 5G iPhone arriving next year, a similarly-equipped iPad has been missing from the rotation. But that changes today, as one analyst predicts Apple could be preparing a launch in 2021.
iOS 13 is expected to be unveiled at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, and, with it, a variety of new features. Today we have a report outlining several rumors, which see not only an expanded role for Siri in third-party apps, but much more.
macOS 10.15 is going to be jam-packed with features, if the rumor mill is any indicator. The latest report suggests that several different iOS features are heading to the desktop operating system this year.
Later this month, Apple is going to host another quarterly earnings report. The company won’t be breaking down individual numbers, but we’ll get a broad look at how well things are going for the iPhone company. Based on a recent report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, things looked pretty good for Apple in the first quarter.
After a lengthy legal battle with Qualcomm, the pair of companies reached a settlement earlier this week. And while both companies made their own announcements regarding the decision, neither went into great detail about the finer points of the matter.
Qualcomm and Apple had their disagreements, which led to a lengthy legal battle between the two. But, today, it finally culminated in a settlement between the two companies. The dust has barely settled and now there’s a report out saying Qualcomm will be Apple’s go-to choice to supply 5G modems in 2020 iPhones.