Apple is very keen on improving the existing design of the iPhone X on future models, and part of this plan could be reducing the dimensions of the notch by combining some front-facing elements. A report from ETNews reveals that Apple is looking into ... ( read original story ...)
Here’s how you can set up and use Apple Pay on the iPhone X in stores, online or make a purchase in an app. Setting up Apple Pay on iPhone X is Easy. Use Face ID for Authentication of Payments. Before you associate your debit or credit card with your ... ( read original story ...
Component producers in Apple's supply chain for the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X are expecting orders for the parts to reduce in the first quarter of 2018, but it appears that they are using previous sales metrics based on two flagship model ... ( read original story ...)
... to be forced to prolong their Lunar New Year holidays in the first quarter of 2018 due to low order visibility for iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, according sources from the supply chain. Component orders for iPhone devices will come 15-30% less ... ( read original story ...)
The design of this years iPhone X is expected remain very similar to last years model, we are expecting to see three new iPhones this year, two with OLED displays and one with an LCD display. All three handsets will be different versions of the iPhone X ... ( read original story ...)
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 ...)