At least one of Apple’s exploding iPhone nightmares is closer to coming to an end, as the company has won the right to inspect a device that allegedly burst into flames and burned the owner’s arm.
A photograph posted to Chinese microblogging service Weibo claims to show a production glass panel back bound for Apple's rumored "iPhone 8," with the alleged part lacking a cutout for a Touch ID fingerprint reader. As seen above, the supposed next ...
Barron's reports of three market analysts, one of which, poked around the supplier chain and has determined that Apple is still having issues with Touch ID on the iPhone 8 and had only around two weeks to make a decision that could potentially delay the new iPhone's release, which could affect Apple stocks. This comes after last month's rumor that Apple still doesn't know where it's going to put a fingerprint sensor.
Amidst all the rumors of the iPhone 8 design, the placement of the Touch ID sensor, and whether the phone will ship with a wireless charger or not, a new rumor has popped up surrounding the color of the handset. Since the beginning of this week, there have been two leaks that point to Apple launching the iPhone 8 with a mirror-like finish.
Apple and PayPal partner up to give Australian consumers more payment options.
Maintaining your car takes work. Waymo and Apple are finding that out, and just threw Avis and Hertz lifelines to the future.
Apple fans might be in for some bad news, as the iPhone 8 could start at $1,200. More than that, its release date could be pushed back because of Touch ID issues.