Market research firm, Counterpoint has released its monthly Market Pulse research for the month of July 2017 and it comes with a stunner. The research showed that Huawei has for...
On Tuesday widely followed Apple NASDAQ AAPL analyst Gene Munster stated that Apple stock could fall by about 10 in the next one to three months according to CNBC Munster s reasoning is that a lot of the hype surrounding the new iPhone will wear off following the
Apple has been rumored to be pushing hard for a partnership with LG that would have the South Korean company manufacture the OLED screens for iPhone models starting 2018, but it turns out that the plan isn’t going well and Cupertino might be forced to work with Samsung for another year.
Apple’s iPhone 8 launch event takes place in less than a week and now the company has released iOS 11 Beta 10. The new iOS 11 beta 10 software is probably one of the final releases of Apple’s iOS 11 beta before the new iPhone 8 launches. Apple’s iOS 11 will bring a wide range
The mobile app Zello has gained notoriety as a so-called “walkie-talkie” app in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. With Hurricane Irma now expected to batter parts of Florida, Zello remains immensely popular on both Apple’s iTunes Store and Google’s Play Store, but is it really as easy as pushing the button to talk, and listening for other people to reply, just like it is when operating a physical walkie-talkie?
Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has finally surpassed Apple in global smartphone sales consistently for June and July, according to the latest research from Counterpoint's Market Pulse for July 2017. The report also said that with August sales looking strong
Just a few days before Apple gears up to introduce the new iPhones to the public; Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has surpassed the company for the first time in global smartphone sales consistently for June and July. With August sales looking strong for the Chinese vendor, a hat-trick for Huawei could be on the cards.
Apple has reached a new deal with Warner Music Group, its first agreement with a major label since launching Apple Music, reports Bloomberg. Warner will provide its catalog to Apple for the iTunes Store and Apple Music. Notably, Apple will pay the label a smaller percentage of sales from Apple Music subscribers than it did under its original agreement. Apple pushed for a rate cut in this new round of talks after Spotify, the world’s largest paid music service, secured a rate reduction earlier this year
LG Display, a long-time supplier of liquid crystal displays for existing iPhone models, is targeting full-fledged shipments of OLED screens in 2019