Romantic images of bringing iPhone production back to the USA to create jobs were given a further blow today
According to a new report today from Nikkei, Apple is going to reduce the production of iPhones by about 10% in the first quarter of 2017.
What’s next for iPhone? 2017 will be Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone year and the latest intel shows it could be one of the biggest updates to the device in a long time.
Apple has long been rumored to be setting up a manufacturing presence in India, with a report most recently outlining some of the concessions Apple was seeking from the Indian government.
Comment: Apple continues to explore bringing the Digital Crown to iPhones & iPads, and I still like the idea
Two further patent applications published today and spotted by Patently Apple show that Apple continues to explore the idea of bringing a Watch-style Digital Crown to the iPad and iPhone.
Today marks the completion of Apple Entrepreneur Camp’s first year with its fourth cohort of 2019.
Already an industry leader renowned for integrating cutting-edge technology into its premium, high-resolution monitors, LG Electronics (LG) is pushing the industry to the next level with plans to introduce a HDR-compatible 32-inch UHD 4K monitor at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next month.
A variety of changes have come to Twitter during 2016, but one capability that the company has yet to add despite requests from users is an edit button.
Apple’s freshly released AirPods are receiving great reviews overall.
Indian government officials are expected to meet early next week to consider the incentives Apple has requested in return for manufacturing some of its products within the country, reports the WSJ.
David Barboza takes an in-depth and investigative look into the many moving pieces that have and continue to help Apple maintain the foothold it has in China to this day.
We’re still several months away from the next major iPhone launch so the rumors don’t paint a particularly clear picture of what to expect just yet.