Tag: iPhone

Apple registers 2019 iPhones with EEC, pointing to 3 fall releases

Following the same formula it has used in the past, Apple has registered a large collection of new iPhones with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC)  in advance of official releases later this year. Assuming the collection of 11 devices follows precedent, we’ll see three new iPhone models divided into multiple variations, all debuting simultaneously this fall. […]

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Apple Will Be ‘Clearer’ about iPhone’s Battery Health and Performance with Users in the UK

The Competition and Markets Authority in the UK started an investigation against Apple after it realized that it was not immediately clear to consumers that iOS updates could slow down their phones. That investigation has now concluded and Apple has agreed to provide more information to customers about the health of the battery in their […]

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Qualcomm Ordered to Renegotiate Patent Licensing Terms with Customers As FTC Wins Antitrust Case

The FTC has won its antitrust case against Qualcomm in the Northern District of California. The loss is a significant blow to Qualcomm which managed to win back Apple as a customer just last month and signed a six-year licensing agreement with it. The ruling by Judge Lucy Koh states that Qualcomm cannot decide not […]

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CIRP Data Indicates ‘iPhone U.S. Installed Base Continues to Plateau’

Back in April, Apple released its latest quarterly earnings report. Unfortunately, as is par for the course, the company didn’t divulge specific numbers. Not even for the iPhone. That’s why analysts have some room to weigh in. Which is exactly what Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, LLC (CIRP) is doing this week. The group has just […]

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Valve’s Steam Link App Is Now Available For iPhone, iPad, Apple TV

Last year, Valve announced the Steam Link app for mobile devices. For those who are hearing about this for the first time, the Steam Link app basically allows gamers to play their Steam games on their mobile devices. This works by streaming games from your computer onto your smartphone or tablet. Advertising It sounded like […]

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Apple faces 14% price hike if U.S. adds new 25% Chinese tariff

High prices already led Apple’s iPhone sales to plateau during the typically strong holiday season, and a new round of U.S. tariffs against Chinese-manufactured products are seriously endangering its upcoming revenues, CNBC notes today. At a threatened 25% tariff rate, Apple would need to raise its U.S. prices by roughly 14% to keep margins constant […]

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OnePlus 7 Pro Unveiled: 90Hz AMOLED Display, Triple Cameras, 30W Warp Charging, More

OnePlus today launched the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. With the ‘pro,’ the company is jumping to the flagship territory and hopes to compete directly with the iPhones and other flagship smartphones in the market with features and specs instead of price. The company has a relatively small presence in the United States where […]

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Apple’s ugly iPhone 11 camera square finally puts function over form

Apple’s designers are generally admired around the world, but like other design teams, they’ve had their ups and downs over the years. The ups are numerous and strong that the downs — iOS 7’s “flat” UI, some bizarre recharging Lightning accessories, and the iPhone Smart Battery pack — seem comparatively trivial. Sure, they were ugly […]

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How To Manage iCloud Storage

There are plenty of cloud storage services in the market today, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, and so on. Apple has their own cloud storage in the form of iCloud which allows users to backup their iOS and macOS devices. This makes it easier when they want to restore their devices without having to […]

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