Apple Has An Easter Egg On Its ‘iPhone 12’ October Event Site

Apple has officially announced its iPhone 12 event scheduled for October 13 with the tagline “Hi, Speed.” Apple also has in store for us a hidden AR surprise on the iPhone 12 event site.

On Apple’s Events website, users will find the date and time for the October “Hi, Speed” event. You’ll also find the option to add the event to your calender and the event’s graphics. First spotted by Parker Ortolani, if you’re on iPhone and iPad, you can also tap on the October event’s image to open a hidden AR experience. Read More

Apple Teases iPhone 12 Event Scheduled For October 13th With The Tagline “Hi, Speed”

Apple recently announced its iPhone 12 event, which is going to take place on 13th October at 10 a.m. PT. Due to the lockdown and quarantine restrictions, this event is going to be virtually streamed from Apple Park.

This is one of the most hyped events in the smartphone sector, and also one of the most anticipated events for Apple as, not one, two, but four iPhones are speculated to be released with the all-new A14 Bionic chipset. Read More

iPhone 12 To Not Include EarBuds In The Box, Hints iOS 14.2 beta 2

This year we saw the departure of the charging brick from the Apple Watch box, which has lead to many speculations and gives more credibility to the rumor around the inclusion of the power adapter and the EarPods in the newest models of the upcoming iPhones. It has been in speculations for a while that Apple may stop including the power adapter and the EarPods as a way to protect the environment and reduce carbon footprint. Read More

Apple Did NOT Announce iPhone 12

Apple just finished its Apple Event September 2020 presentation and it did not include anything related to the iPhone 12. Many people across the globe were expecting Apple to announce its next great iPhone – the iPhone 12, but that did not happen. Apple at the event announced iOS 14, new iPad Air, new Apple Watch SE, new Apple Watch, Apple Fitness+, Apple One amongst other things.

You can watch the Apple Event below:

Event Date For The iPhone 12 Likely To Be Announced This Week

Apple is expected to announce the new iPhone 12 as soon as this week, according to a tweet by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. Apple is expected to announce the new iPhone, new Apple Watch hardware, and details about the new iOS 14 in an online event. 

Gurman posted on Twitter after a post from Jon Prosser claimed that Apple is doing a press release on September 8, even though Prosser’s tweet does not specify what products will be launched in the release. But he had previously confirmed that a new Apple Watch and a new iPad will be launched the week of September 7.  Read More

iPhone 12 Release Date Postponed Due To Covid-19

The current news about the latest iPhone affirms that the smartphone’s release has been postponed further. Although, the reason behind the lag is still undisclosed and very little official information has been provided by the organization.

“As you know, last year we started selling iPhones in late September. This year, we expect supply to be available a few weeks later,” said Apple’s Chief Financial Officer Luca Maestri in an earning call. This indicates the new iPhones will be made available to consumers most likely in mid-October. Read More

Apple iPhone 12 Live Images Leaked, Revealing A Wider Notch

Apple has scheduled to launch the Apple iPhone 12 series in September which is believed to come with a 5.4-inch display. The new leaked images have only added more credibility to that rumour. The images suggest a notch along with a small form factor that will make one-hand use very simple. We also have a lot of leaked information for four new iPhone models in the line-up. Read More

iPhone 12 Could Include A New Braided Lightning To USB-C Cable

As reported earlier, iPhone 12 will be shipped without charger and earphones and users will have to buy the power adapter and earphones separately. However, the Lightning cable will likely continue to be included in the box, but with a little surprise. According to a tweet made by a Weibo reporter, iPhone 12 will include a new braided Lightning to USB-C cable. The charging cable will get an upgrade after many years of having the same design, instead of a plastic-coated cable, it will be covered by a braided seathing. Read More

Here Is How Apple Is Making Use Of The Revolutionary 5G Technology

5G is the fifth-generation technology, successor to the 4G cellular network. 5G is said to be capable of delivering speeds 100 times faster than 4G networks. This new infrastructure is proving to be a technological revolution. Still in the developing stage, the requirements of the new 5G network are also expanding beyond the traditional mobile networking industry to industries such as the automotive industry for autonomous driving vehicles and advanced drones. We have witnessed the launch of a bunch of 5G smartphones in 2019 and 2020 from Samsung, Motorola, Xiaomi, OnePlus, LG and more. But what we are still awaitaing for is a 5G-enabled iPhone. One thing we know is that iPhone has always taken its time in welcoming network upgrades, just like the debut of 2G enabled iPhone in a 3G era. Apple usually likes to introduce features when it can make the quality seamless.

Well, it’s not going to be a long wait now as we will soon see the 5G iPhone range hitting the markets anytime in the coming months. The U.S. tech giant plans to launch four 5G iPhone variants with three different screen sizes – 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch and 6.7-inch, all of which will use the OLED technology. Read More

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iPhone 12 To Be Sold Without Earbuds And Charger For Economizing

While we wait for the new iPhone 12 to launch later this year, a new report suggests that, iPhone 12 might not include earbuds and power adapter. This measure is being taken to cover the cost of producing a 5G phone. Apple, apparantly, wants to keep the price of the new iPhone at par with that of iPhone 11 by removing the in-box accessories with probably only the USB-C to Lightning cable inside the box, which is a big question mark too. TF Securites analyst, Ming-chi Kuo had predicted in the past that Apple will soon end the production of its 5W and 18W power adapters and instead sell 20W power adapters separately. With the removal of in-box wired earphones, Apple is trying to push the sales of AirPods as after launching two new models last year, Apple is not expected to launch a new lineup this year. This measure is expected to drive the sales of AirPods 2 and AirPods Pro.

It is also expected that Apple will remove the 5W charging adaptor from iPhone SE Second-Gen models later this year, but iPad will continue to pack the 12W charging adaptor that is included in current generations.  Read More