Apple is lowering production of the iPhone X for the first quarter of 2018. Credit Suisse analysts said that production for Q1 was lowered to 19 million devices. Analysts predicted in December that shipments of the phone would drop after its release in 2017. ( read original story ...)
While it was by far the most attention grabbing (and expensive) smartphone of 2017, Apple’s iPhone X also came with a serious design compromise. Now a new leak within Apple’s own supply chain reports the company’s number one priority is to fix it ... ( read original story ...)
US share increased month to month but is lower than a year ago The iPhone’s three month average market share in November was 39.8% which is less than November 2016’s 40.6%. However with the iPhone X not being available until November 3 rd and in ... ( read original story ...)
APPLE'S new iPhone X has a revolutionary, space-age design – but what if the iPad tablet was next in line for a revamp? Dutch designer Martin Hajek has created a stunning series of concept designs for the iPad X, a made-up device that looks like a ... ( read original story ...)
Most would agree that the iPhone takes fantastic photos for a smartphone. But can the pictures you actually take be compared to those taken at a studio. As CNET explains, Apple certainly thinks so. The ad, which is on YouTube, shows a diverse group of ... ( read original story ...)
The latest rumors on the iPhone X Plus suggest that the smartphone could be the biggest ever from Apple. A noted technology industry expert indicates that the iPhone X Plus, as the device could be branded, will be an exciting proposition when it arrives ... ( read original story ...)
Happy New Year! Did you have a wonderful holiday and ring in 2018 like a champ? I hope you did! I know this is going to be the best year yet. I did not kiss a prince but I am collecting an impressive group of frogs or toads…..is there really a difference ... ( read ...
Every man, woman and their dog was blown away with the massive 1.2 per cent rise in Australian retail sales in November. It was enough to spark a sell-off in the bond market and a jump in the Aussie dollar. The ABS noted in the release that the surge was ... ( read original story ...