(Reuters) - Apple Inc is developing its own MicroLED device displays and has made small numbers of the screens for testing, Bloomberg reported on Sunday. The iPhone maker is developing next-generation MicroLED screens at a secret plant in California and ... ( read original story ...)
Apple is rumored to launch the smaller and cheaper iPhone with iPhone X-like edge-to-edge display. Last week, a video leaked out of China showing the rumored iPhone SE2. Now, the exclusive renders from BGR reveal a similar looking device. Instead of ... ( read original story ...)
Check out these concept images for a next generation iPhone SE 2. Created by designer Martin Hajek the device features an improved camera and solid rear cover. You can download the model from TurboSquid. Apple is rumored to be working on an update to the ... ( read original story ...)
Apple iPhone and iPad users need to be aware of a scam e-mail that threatens their Apple ID could be blocked if they don't respond within 24 hours. Apple users need to be aware of a convincing looking e-mail that threatens their login for iTunes, iCloud ... ( read original story ...)
Beyond pushing kids to learn its Swift coding language and to program in general (an initiative CEO Tim Cook champions every chance he gets), what else could Apple have in store? Let's see if we can make a few educated guesses. SEE ALSO: Apple's new ... ( read original story ...)
The Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus has emerged from the wreckage of MWC 2018, big, bad, and ready to take on the world. But powerful and impressive though it is, it has still has its fair share of competitors, and the Apple iPhone X is chief among them. How does ... ( read original story ...)
(ThyBlackMan.com) Apple is apparently working on its iPhone 2018 range. The Cupertino-based company will introduce three smartphones later this year. After the last year’s iPhone X release, the company is reportedly working on a big-sized phone and ... ( read original story ...)
Apple is one of the most desired employers in the world. It's been said getting a job at an Apple store is harder than getting into Harvard. If you want to work there, you might assume you need to be a total tech-expert, but that's not true. Apple says it ... ( read original story ...