After the iPhone 8 and X launched with a 5W maximum for wireless charging, Apple upped that to 7.5W shortly after with the release of iOS 11.2. However, a new report today claims that a change in the.. 9to5Mac
Apple today seeded the ninth beta of an upcoming iOS 12 update to developers for testing purposes, five days after seeding the eighth beta and more than two months after introducing the new software at.. MacRumours.com
Aug.17 -- Manufacturers of iPhones, laptops, and other electronics are preparing to move parts of their production away from China on trade war concerns. Bloomberg's Enda Curran reports on "Bloomberg..
Pre-orders for Apple's 2018 iPhone lineup will take place on Friday, September 14, according to information Macerkopf sourced from German carriers.
German mobile service providers are said to be.. MacRumours.com
A translated China Times report today claims that the wireless charging coil on at least one of Apple's widely rumored trio of 2018 iPhones will be made from copper wire instead of FPC, short for.. MacRumours.com
· *Apple usually launches new Apple Watch models in September.*
· *A regulatory filing from the Eurasian Economic Commission names six new model numbers.*
· *Rumors suggest the new Apple Watch.. Business Insider
We today saw a not-unexpected sign that we’re getting closer to some new Apple Watch models: new model numbers have been registered in a Eurasian database. In all likelihood, the new Watches will be.. 9to5Mac
· *CEO of Maersk, the world's largest shipping company, warns the impact of President Donald Trump's trade war will be bigger in the US than anywhere else.*
· *It could knock 4% off US trade.. Business Insider
Apple’s expected to launch its 2018 iPhones sometime in September this year. As has always been the case, the event will also see the company announcing the availability of final versions (Gold.. BGR India
Next month Apple will be taking the wraps off its new line of premium iPhone and if the latest rumors are anything to go by, the tech giant will also add a new MacBook to replace the current MacBook.. DNA
A computer virus halted several Taiwanese semiconductor maker's factories, a severe disruption as it ramps up chipmaking for Apple's next iPhones. Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning Herald •The Age