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Kuo Cuts iPhone Shipment Forecast for 2019; Says iPhone XR Demand Low

Kuo Cuts iPhone Shipment Forecast for 2019; Says iPhone XR Demand Low

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is out with his latest report about iPhones where he estimates that iPhone sales in Q1, 2019 will fall down to 38-42 million from the 50 million units the company sold a year ago.

Apple Suppliers TSMC and Foxconn Post Strong Revenue Growth for November

Apple Suppliers TSMC and Foxconn Post Strong Revenue Growth for November

Despite a reported slowdown in iPhone sales, two of key Apple suppliers — Foxconn and TSMC — have reported a strong growth in their November revenue. Apple sources its 7nm A12 Bionic chip found inside its 2018 iPhones and the iPad Pro lineup from TSMC, while Foxconn assembles iPhones for the company.

Apple is Further Reducing iPhone Orders Due to Low Demand

Apple is Further Reducing iPhone Orders Due to Low Demand

DigiTimes report claims that Apple has further reduced its iPhone production orders. This is the second wave of order reduction from Apple that will affect almost all of its suppliers.

Blame OLED Displays for Decline in Smartphone Battery Life

Blame OLED Displays for Decline in Smartphone Battery Life

As testing from Geoffrey A.Folwer shows from Washington Post shows, most smartphones launched in 2018 are unable to beat their predecessor from 2017 in the battery life department. He compared the battery life of 13 devices, including the iPhone XS, iPhone X, Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 2. The reason? Their high-resolution OLED displays.

Future iPhones Could Come with an Invisible Front-Facing Camera

Future iPhones Could Come with an Invisible Front-Facing Camera

Love it or hate it, there’s no way you can ignore the notch on the iPhone X and iPhone XS. Apple does its best to make the notch not so obvious in its marketing materials for the iPhone XS but that does not change the fact that the devices still do come with a notch.

MTA Official Ordered iPhones Worth $60,000 From Taxpayers Money For Reselling Purposes

MTA Official Ordered iPhones Worth $60,000 From Taxpayers Money For Reselling Purposes

A former Metropolitan Transportation Authority official has been accused of purchasing nearly $60,000 worth of iPhones using taxpayers money. The Manhattan district attorney’s office has charged the accused, Angel Barbosa, the former chief procurement officer at the MTA with grand larceny.

Apple Has over 4 Million Public Beta Testers of Its Software

Apple Has over 4 Million Public Beta Testers of Its Software

During its Q2, 2018 earnings call, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook revealed that the company has over 4 million public beta testers for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS combined. 

Apple Believes TRAI Cannot Ask Telecom Operators To Ban iPhones on Their Network

Apple Believes TRAI Cannot Ask Telecom Operators To Ban iPhones on Their Network

Apple officials believe that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has exceeded its jurisdiction capabilities by ordering network operators in India to shut down support for handsets that do not support installing its Do Not Disturb app.

Survey Reveals Owning an iPhone Improves Your Chances of Getting a Date

Survey Reveals Owning an iPhone Improves Your Chances of Getting a Date

Are you single with a non-existent dating life? Well, get an iPhone then because a new survey from Decluttr reveals that seven out of 10 single people would prefer dating someone with an iPhone rather than an Android device.

iPhones Could Be Banned in India if Apple Does Not Approve TRAI’s DND App

iPhones Could Be Banned in India if Apple Does Not Approve TRAI’s DND App

Apple has been engaged with a war in TRAI over reporting of spam calls in India. Apple refused TRAI’s Do Not Disturb app from its platform which will allow users to share details of spam calls and text messages with it.