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With the launch of the iPad Pro, Apple unveiled its new Smart Connector technology to allow accessory makers to more seamlessly integrate with the device. Two years after the first iPad Pro’s release, however, the Smart Connector hasn’t necessarily gained a whole lot of traction. A new report from Fast Company this week offers some insight into Apple’s efforts to have accessory makers adopt the Smart Connector…
Last September, Apple forced new iPhone owners to accept a new reality: If you wanted to connect wired headphones to the iPhone 7, the first iPhone without a headphone jack, you'd have to use a tiny adapter.
August 12, 1981: The launch of the IBM Personal Computer ignites the long-running Apple-versus-PC rivalry. Secure in the Apple II’s technical superiority over the new PC, Apple welcomes IBM to the personal computing party in the pages of The Wall Street Journal. Things won’t stay positive for long. The arrival of the IBM Personal Computer
The future iPhone range could feature phones in three sizes: 4.7 inches, 5.5 inches and 5.8 inches. If so, the new 5.8-inch model, an unprecedented format for Apple, could be equipped with an edge-to-edge OLED display. Interest is evidently focused on this ...
The company accidentally spilled the beans on what we can expect to see on the HomePod -- and just about every other upcoming Apple product.
Face scanning, wireless charging and an OLED display are all rumored to be coming to the iPhone 8. But nothing is set in stone.
Apple took everyone by surprise when it decided to give up on the headphone jack on the iPhone 7, and just like it happens every time, more manufacturers are likely to follow in Cupertino footsteps and replace the traditional audio connector with a new port.
In all likelihood Apple is preparing to unveil not one, not two, but three new iPhones at its keynote in September, the exact date of which has yet to be revealed. In addition to upgrades to the current iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple is expected to launch a totally new model equipped with exclusive technologies to mark the tenth anniversary of the world's leading smartphone.
In addition of recent iPhone 7s, 7s Plus and iPhone 8 rumours, another very interesting rumour has appeared online, which claims that Apple is reportedly thinking about dropping the iPhone S name. This was confirmed by Apple blogger John Gruber who claims that the company has