Thanks to bumper iPhone sales in Q4 2020, Apple surpassed Samsung to become the world’s largest smartphone manufacturer of the world. The company had previously achieved a similar feat in 2016.
Before the iPhone 11 series launched in 2019, there were rumors of Apple adding reverse wireless charging feature to the iPhones to allow users to charge their AirPods on the go. The feature did not make the cut in iPhone 11 and it was missing from the iPhone 12 series as well.
Apple stopped revealing the number of iPhone units it sells every quarter a couple of years ago. The company reported a blowout Q1 2021 earnings yesterday with revenues of over $100 billion, but did not reveal how many iPhones it sold. Now, as per analytics firm IDC, Apple shipped a staggering 90.1 million iPhones in the last quarter of 2020.
Apple posted a strong quarterly result this morning, with the company hitting $111.4 billion in quarterly revenue. Along with the quarterly results, Apple also shared that a record number of users are using an iPhone.
With iOS 15 just a few months away, new reports have come out claiming Apple could drop support for iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and iPhone SE.
Entire 2021 iPhone lineup is expected to feature sensor shift optical image stabilization. The feature was first introduced on the last year’s iPhone 12 Pro Max.
LG has apparently given up on making smartphones. The company has also given up on manufacturing LCD screens for iPhone.
Apple won’t announce iPhone 13 this year. A report has now highlighted that Apple’s looking into another naming scheme for the future iPhones.
A video has surfaced on YouTube giving us a look at the prototype of Apple’s iPhone 4S, and the test build version of iOS 5.