It feels like forever ago that Microsoft had a viable option in the smartphone wars, but that time is officially coming to an end.
After ditching the Lightning port and switching to USB-C for its 2018 iPad Pro lineup, Apple is reportedly also considering switching to USB-C for its 2019 iPhone lineup. But are you ready to give up on your Lightning accessories and welcome USB-C?
Apple wasn’t the first company to launch a smartphone with a notch, but the company definitely brought all of the attention to the design philosophy. As a result, we saw a lot of different phones with their own take on the notch.
Apple ended up having a bit of a rough end to its 2018. Unfortunately for the company, the start of 2019 hasn’t been all rainbows and butterflies, either.
The year-in-reviews are flooding in (unless you are an Apple Music subscriber and don’t use a separate app!), along with looking back at all the things the company launched over the last 12 months.
The 2018 iPad Pro starts at $800. It’s not cheap! And it also may come out of the box bent, which is apparently just fine.
Apple’s first smart speaker, the HomePod, launched earlier this year with a price tag of $349. That wasn’t necessarily cheap, but it’s also not the most expensive option out there, either — especially for the quality of sound it produces.
Getting a movie made is hard. Getting a movie made and then distributed into theaters nationwide –and especially internationally– can be even more difficult. But the landscape has been changing for quite some time, but more sudden shifts right now might be painting a new picture for the future.
With so many retailers offering up noteworthy deals on a variety of Apple products for Black Friday (and Cyber Monday), it’s a great time to buy that new device for you or someone else.
Apple welcomed the standard $1,000 smartphone with the iPhone X last year, and now Apple’s biggest iPhone to date starts at $100 more expensive. But this goes beyond the iPhone.