After sticking to touch-sensitive film for a decade ever since the first iPhone was launched, Apple has decided to make a shift and has partnered with Samsung Displays to mark the endeavor. Apparently, the rumors about iPhones making its effort to a new type of OLED came out earlier this
2020 iPhones are a hot stack that media houses are discussing right now even though we are still almost a year away from its September 2020 release. This hasn’t stopped analysts and leaksters from disclosing something new where some specs are often true while some are just speculations. Talking about
Apple will announce 2019 iPhones sometime in September and no doubt there are already tonnes of rumors and leaks around it. However, this hasn't stopped media outlets from discussing a few details on 2020 iPhones. According to the latest tip, Apple iPhones will get OLED displays with a refresh rate
Ben Gaskin uploaded a new image which we couldn't just let go. The image shows Terry Gou who is the CEO of Foxconn that manufactures iPhones for Apple, holding a phone what we could suspect to be the upcoming Apple iPhone XI or iPhone 11 or whatever the Cupertino-based tech
Okay so Apple iPhone XR is finally here and it has started shipping across the globe standing true to the estimates prospected by the analysts. The 6.1-inch LCD display on iPhone XR is one of the features which Apple has worked on to reduce the price tag of the phone
Remember those rumors about yet another launch event from Apple? Turns out the rumors are true after all. Apple sent out media invites for its ‘Special Event’ on October 30 that will be held at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in the New York City and not Apple Park. Similar
Apple has announced three new iPhones, something which has been in the news for ages now. You can watch the full Apple Special Event 2018 here.