When you think of the ultimate gaming phone, it’s no secret that most people tend to think of an iPhone. The reason for this is simple: not only are iPhones the recipient of an awful lot of gaming releases (the recent Super Mario Run game was released on iPhone well in advance of its release date on Android), but the iPhone is just so user-friendly, one factor in it being named the world’s most popular smartphone in 2016. This popularity means that software developers know they can reach a huge audience if they develop a game that fits the functionality and features of the iPhone. Read More
Apple always has some or the other product ready to be debuted for users all across. The new one, which was formerly a rumor, the ‘Red’ iPhone is now ready to be launched in the official online store today at 8.01am PDT. The new range of iPad too, will be launched at the same moment. Read More
Apple launches its very own app for those who’d like to create and edit videos on the go, through their iPhone and iPads. The app will let the users share the video on various social platforms like Snapchat, Instagram and Facebook. Clips will be available to download, starting April for absolutely no cost. Read More
In a ruling published on Tuesday, the Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) accused Apple of fixing prices of the iPhone 5s models, 5c, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, when they went on sale in Russia. Following the same, Tim Cook’s firm could face a fine of up to 15 per cent of its sales in Russia. Read More
Wistron Corp, Apple’s Taiwanese Manufacturing Unit is setting up a plant in Bengaluru to focus solely on assembling iPhones. Apple will commence the project beginning April of this year and will start with the low budget iPhone SE model targeting a sale of about 300,000 to 400,000 units. Read More
Apple’s rumored iPhone 8 will feature a new type of display technology that will let Apple build TouchID directly into the display. It will allow you to rest your thumb or finger on the display itself to take a fingerprint reading. Apple’s radical design will make the iPhone feature an all-display frontage. The technology, described in a filing made public Tuesday by the US Patent and Trade Office, will replace the physical home button that’s traditionally occupied the space below the iPhone’s screen. Read More
Apple’s new iPhone 8 and two other variants of the iPhone 7 will be featuring the much awaited wireless charging facility, as confirmed by an analyst. Wireless charging increases the internal temperature of smartphones, which will require the iPhone 8 with an OLED display and glass casing to have a new 3D Touch module with additional graphite sheet lamination to keep it from overheating.
The iPhone 8 is expected to arrive this fall. Read More
Apple is reportedly planning to start the production of the new iPhone 8 earlier than expected, breaking all the standard norms as it plans to start the supply chain as early as June. The company expects record breaking sales with a rise of about 300 percent in the iPhone builds. Apple’s next-gen flagship handset is slated to come in an all-glass design with a stainless steel frame as well as an all-new OLED display. Read More
Apple always intends to do something revolutionary with each of its product and eventually sets a trend. With 2017 marking the company’s 10th Anniversary, our expectations are high with the upcoming releases. There are steady rumours of Apple removing home button in iPhone 8. The phone will feature an edge-to-edge display that’ll make the iPhone look like a single piece of glass. This will bring about a major change in the way we use the iPhone. It is assumed to be launched around late autumn this year.
An iPhone with a curved screen, wireless charging facility, and a glass body, could be on store shelves as soon as next year! Apple suppliers are keen to make 120 million to 150 million iPhones in the second half of 2017, a number that would crush all previous sales, according to a top analytics firm report by 9to5Mac. Read More