Ming-Chi-Kuo’s report concerning how the Coronavirus will affect Apple also included speculations on new Apple products.
Apple will likely release two exciting, potentially lovable products in the first half of 2020. John examines what we know so far.
As carriers do, nomenclature and technology get manipulated for the sake of marketing, bragging rights and coverage maps. Plus, 5G bio safety issues are being more extensively explored.. Buckle up.
Charlotte Henry and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to discuss where Apple is routing browser data, iPhone 11 sales, and the SE 2.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that the iPhone SE 2 will appear in Q1 2020 but it will have the form factor of an iPhone 8.
I’ve coined the phrase “zombie rumor” because these rumors keep getting resurrected. First it was the Apple TV set, and now it’s the iPhone SE 2 and Touch ID that is embedded into the screen. Mark Gurman tells us about both.
Apple is considering including this in-screen touch sensor in the 2020 iPhone model if testing is successful, the people said. Suppliers have proven their ability to integrate the technology into iPhones, but the company has not managed to mass-produce it yet, one person familiar with the development work said.
I think going back to Touch ID is a step backward. Face ID is more secure, so Apple would be intentionally creating less-secure devices, unless they can somehow get Touch ID up to par with Face ID.
Charlotte Henry and Bob “Dr Mac” LeVitus join host Kelly Guimont to talk about the new wave of iPhone SE speculation and Catalina features.
The idea keeps cropping up. Apple should resurrect the iPhone SE or make a dramatically less expensive version of a current iPhone. Apple has rejected that notion. John explains why.
Charlotte Henry and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to talk about display technology in Apple devices, and an “entry level” iPhone.
Host Kelly Guimont chats with John Martellaro and Charlotte Henry about the return of the iPhone SE and Apple Pay’s continued deployment.
The iPhone SE hasn’t seen a complete refresh since it launched in March 2016.
Citing unnamed sources, China Economic News said the device may be priced at $450 and be aimed at emerging markets.