A new Macotakara report claims that Apple is working on a new 5.4-inch iPhone that will be similar in size to the iPhone 8. This report contradicts other rumors which point to Apple working on an updated iPhone 8 model to act as an iPhone SE 2 replacement.
A new report from Digitimes citing “industry observers” note that some variants of the 5G iPhones due to launch next year will come with sensor-shift stabilization technology. Apple currently uses optical image stabilization across the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 on the primary and telephoto sensor.
The 4.7-inch iPhone SE might be old and outdated but it still has its own fair share of userbase due to its small size and low price tag. Apple has not updated the iPhone SE in years now but if a Nikkei report is to be believed, the company could launch a refresh of the handset in spring next year.
As we near Apple’s September launch events new reports with details about the upcoming devices are trickling in. The latest is a report from Digitimes which walks us through all the new stuff we can expect from the 2019 iPhones. Digitimes also confirms certain features which were also mentioned in previous reports.
Apple is expected to pull the wraps from the new iPhones and Apple Watch in September. The rumors are rife and hinting at new features and functionality. ChargerLab claims that Apple will finally ditch the traditional charger in favor of Type-C USB. It suggests that Apple will also offer lightning to USB-C cable.
Reports have been hinting at an iPhone with Apple Pencil support since last year. Now a case maker claims that Apple is likely to launch a small pencil with the upcoming iPhones.
As we near Apple’s September launch event, new iPhones, Mac and Apple Watch have been listed on the Eurasian database. The database has been accurate previously and the new filings with the Eurasian Economic Commission reveal the model number as well. The Eurasian Commission mandates fillings before releasing any encrypted device in the region.
The ongoing trade war between the US and China has taken a new turn. The United States Trade Representative office has announced that new tariffs will be delayed until Dec 15. Earlier, the duties were set to be applied on Sept 1 and now it has been delayed further to December.