A new report by The Washington Post claims that they’ve found 5,400 hidden app trackers spying and stealing user data, in just one single week. The report claims Apple is misleading with their advertising.
Apple may be splitting the manufacturing process of their OLED displays for this years iPhone models. Previously, Apple has used LG as the supplier for their LCD panels and Samsung for the OLED variants, however, due to the rising rivalry between Samsung and Apple, the Cupertino company may be switching entirely.
Just like every other year, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has announced that their latest and greatest, in this case 7nm+ chips, have entered mass production. While the company hasn’t mentioned the Apple A13 by name, it never does and we can assume the chips referred to are Apple A13 and Huawei Kirin 985.
There has been a lot of hype surrounding the upcoming iPhone XI, 11 or whatever it will be called. But let’s take a step further. The 2020 iPhone’s are rumoured to showcase changes to Apple’s strict philosophy.
Apple released the first developer betas of their next operating systems a few days ago, that being iOS 12.4, watchOS 5.3, tvOS 12.4 and macOS Mojave 10.14.6. As expected, it’s time for the second beta, but this time it’s only for iOS.
In a bid to boost iPhone sales in the region, Apple has started running ads highlighting that it assembles the iPhone 6s in India. The ‘Make in India’ campaign has been increasingly used by many smartphone OEMs in India to woo patriotic customers who want smartphones assembled in India rather than ones imported from China.
A new report from Which? claims that Apple has been overstating the battery life of the iPhone XR by almost 50 percent. In its testing, Which? tested nine different iPhone models and all of them lasted anywhere between 18 percent to 51 percent less than Apple’s claimed figures.
In a bid to secure future microLED orders from Apple, Foxconn is looking to further invest in microLED production. Three of Foxconn’s subsidiaries — Advanced Optoelectronic Technology (AOT), Epileds Technologies, and Marketech International — have been increasing their microLED production capacity.
Apple is out with a new ‘Shot on iPhone XS’ video today titled “Don’t mess with Mother (Earth).” As the name suggests, the video is all about Mother Earth — wildlife, mountains, stunning landscapes — shot using an iPhone XS by three directors.
Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn will start the mass production of the iPhone X for Apple in India from July. The production will take place in Foxconn’s production facility outside of Chennai.