Prolific device leaker Ben Geskin posted what he says are photos of this fall’s 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus, and the 6.1-inch iPhone on his Twitter account over the weekend.
Check out Apple’s new commercial, Unleashed. It’s a fun piece touting the A11 Bionic chip powering iPhone X. It uses a series of augmented reality-like fight scenes to show how immersive games are on an iPhone X. It’s compelling, interesting.
Andrew Orr and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to look at a knock-off iPhone from China, plus they discuss app pricing and the issues users have with subscription models.
It looks just like an iPhone X, from the lack of a Home button to the faked notch to the (crappy, blurry) lens array on the back.
A leaked photo shows what appears to be the front glass panel for three iPhone models with bigger screen sizes across the board.
If we take the Eurasian patent database at face value, we might see three iPhones and two iPads.
How does he do it? Ming-Chi Kuo (TF International Securities) has posted a virtual Christmas list of Apple’s next products. John comments on the list.
Apple is highlighting Face ID on the iPhone X in a new ad where a quiz show contestant has to remember his bank account password. The pressure is on because time is about to run out and he can’t remember. The ad is called “Memory,” and it’s both a clever and fun reminder of how handy Face ID can be.
Apple’s iPhone 8 was the top selling smartphone in May 2018, according to Counterpoint Research. Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Plus came in second, followed by iPhone X.
A U.K. regulation board has recently given the green light to Apple’s marketing regarding the iPhone X’s “studio quality” photography.
A deep look at macOS Mojave reveals that there’s a lot going on. It represents a genuine Mac makeover.
Was there ever any doubt? Apple CEO, Tim Cook, has been maintaining all along, since it shipped, that the iPhone X is the best selling iPhone. But it’s also killing the competition as well. Business insider reports: “Thanks to the iPhone X and the iPhone 8, recent estimates show that Apple once again holds the top two spots for the most-shipped smartphone models in the world, debunking reports that demand for the iPhone X was lacking.” And here are the numbers. Oh, and by the way, the iPhone 8 was #2 for 1Q 2018. Not bad.
Apple has five new commercials promoting iPhone photography techniques and features.
This matches rumors of an iPhone with three cameras, and it could even tie into rumors that the next iPhone X could have a rear sensor system to match the front.
At the same time, the retailer is marking down the same models by up to US$150.
The use of the side and volume up buttons to take screenshots on the iPhone X results in many accidental screenshots due to their position on the sides of the device where users normally grab onto. Here’s how Apple is hoping to improve the iPhone screenshots experience in iOS 12.
The launch of iOS 12 beta this week indicates that we’ll see more than a simple performance upgrade to the iPad this year, with several changes pointing to a new design that looks a lot more like the iPhone X, including Face ID, no home button, and a notch.
After leaving KGI Securities, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is back to predict “more aggressive” iPhone pricing for the upcoming 2018 models. Kuo believes that Apple wants to reassure investors concerned with the iPhone X’s $1,000 base price, as well as make technologies like Face ID more accessible.
An Animoji ad originally posted to Apple’s Korean YouTube channel last month was just posted on its main channel today in the hours before the company’s WWDC keynote. The ad features three Animoji characters singing along to Citizen Kane by the Korean group HYUKOH. The timing of the video’s re-posting suggests that the Animoji feature may see updates during today’s keynote, both in terms of capabilities and device compatibility. The song is kind of catchy, too.
What some have noticed is a device being used at a nearby table with neither a notch nor space for a Home button—what in the world could that be?