With a new iPhone due out later this spring, the Apple rumour mill is hitting peak froth. Not only does 2017 mark the 10th anniversary of the iPhone, but after the iPhone 7 didn't deliver as much of an improvement over the iPhone 6s as people expected, there's a lot riding on Apple's upcoming crop of handsets. So to give you the best idea of what Apple might actually announce this spring, we've sorted through all the whispers and hints on the net thus far.
Watch Will Smith, James Corden, and a Marching Band Gettin’ Jiggy Wit It in Carpool Karaoke’s First Episode
Apple Music’s much-teased Carpool Karaoke spinoff series has officially arrived, and to trumpet the release the streaming service has shared the first six minutes of the first episode on Youtube. The Late Late Show host, and the mastermind behind the celebrities-singing-in-vehicles concept, James Corden is back behind the driver’s wheel
Paytm Mall Independence Day Sale: Get Amazing Offers and Discounts on iPhones, Samsung Phones, Lenovo K6 Note, and More
Paytm Mall, run by Paytm E-commerce Pvt. Ltd., launched a week-long Sale on Tuesday and will continue till August 15. The eye-catching deal during the Paytm Mall Independence Day Sale is that heavy discounts can be availed on Apple products.
In a major win for Qualcomm against its legal battle with Apple and its suppliers, the U.S. ITC has agreed to investigate its allegations of Apple infringing on its patents with the iPhone 7 and other devices.
Apple just gave investors reason to hope that the next iPhone launch is on track.
The US International Trade Commission on Tuesday said it will look into Qualcomm's complaint that Apple is violating its patents in some iPhones.
While major smartphone manufacturers Samsung and Apple, as well as LG, are adopting flexible AMOLED screens for their upcoming flagship handsets, their Chinese rivals are going to use the rigid variant of the display technology for their devices. This is because the supply of flexible AMOLED phone panels are very limited and only the big companies have access to them.
Apple today released its second original TV series “Carpool Karaoke: The Series” on Apple Music. The show was made available for streaming on Apple’s music streaming service shortly after its first episode was premiered
By now those who have been following the tech news might have heard that Qualcomm and Apple are embroiled in a legal battle against each other, so much so that not too long ago, Qualcomm had actually filed a complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) to seek the ban of iPhone sales in the country.
Apple Goes All-In For Communist China Censorship By Banning Apps That Help Users Bypass State Censorship
In an example of situational ethics, if not outright hypocrisy, Apple appears to be helping China censor Internet content. Apparently caving to pressure from the communist government there, it has removed Virtual Private Network (VPN) software appsfrom its app store in China. The regime now requires VPN developers to obtain a license from the government pursuant to a cyber-security
When “Carpool Karaoke” first debuted on James Corden’s run in The Late Show, it was more like a whimsical, occasional skit that brought no small amount of smiles to viewers. Sensing a potential hit, Apple has taken that and turned it into an original series of its own. Did Apple succeed in giving the concept a life of its own … Continue reading