Terry Gou’s Foxconn Technology Group has broad support for its offer from Apple, SoftBank Group and Sharp and is ready to proceed right away
Apple are holding their iPhone event next week, the company will announce three new iPhones, the iPhone 7S, the iPhone 7S Plus and the iPhone 8 with an OLED display.We had previously heard that Apple would start taking pre-orders on their iPhone 8 next Friday the 15th of September and that the handset would launch
Microsoft’s Garage division has always created awesome new projects for non-Windows platforms, like Android and iOS, and here it comes with a new application that’s now specifically aimed at Apple’s macOS.
Diabetes is one of the most widespread diseases of the 21st century and now affects more than 300 million people worldwide. Around 30 million Americans have diabetes, which results from having too much sugar or glucose in their blood.
The company is widely tipped to adopt higher-resolution OLED displays for the latest iPhone
You can eventually charge too much for your own good.
BEIJING (BLOOMBERG) - Apple's new iPhones are expected to come with vibrant full-screen displays, wireless charging and other cutting-edge technology. But consumers in China can get those features on other devices already - and without the sticker ...
The iPhone 8 will see daylight next week at a September 12 event at the Apple Park, but while Cupertino plans to introduce the device together with the more subtly improved iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, the anniversary model is very likely to be delayed by approximately one month.
Nothing makes a tech company quake in its boots so much as the sight of Apple Inc. marching into its territory. It's a big deal for Western Digital Corp ...
Touch ID has become somewhat standard and expected from the iPhone ever since Apple introduced it on the iPhone 5s. However we have heard rumors that the upcoming iPhone 8 could skip Touch ID and introduce a new facial scanning feature as an alternative, which is kind of a risky move.
If you’re a diabetic who needs to keep constant tabs on their glucose levels, then you know that more traditional methods of doing so will require you to stop what you’re doing to check your glucose levels, either by drawing blood or through other cumbersome methods. This is why we have heard rumors that Apple could be interested in a non-invasive method of measuring glucose levels through the Apple Watch.