Apple, Don’t Screw Up the iPhone Flip

Sometimes all at once. Apple has been rumored to be working on a foldable iPhone for years. There’s no official word that a bendy phone from the company will appear at its upcoming September launch event, but I have some thoughts — and words of caution …

The iPhone 17 may not end up as thin as Apple was hoping

It appears that concerns over durability and fragility are the reasons behind Apple’s decision. In his post on X, Kuo stated, “Update: Due to the inability to meet Apple’s high-quality requirements, the new iPhone 17 in 2025 will not use RCC as the PCB motherboard material.”

Apple Investors Score A Victory, But What’s Next?

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) started the year poorly, but its stock has rebounded to match the S&P 500’s performance, up around 18%. This comeback is largely due to the announcement of AI and ChatGPT integration in the iPhone 16 at the June developers conference …

Apple attacks other browser companies over privacy in new ad

Apple has attacked the privacy practices of its competitors in a new ad. It depicts other browsers as filled with security and privacy holes. While it does not specify which companies or browsers it is taking aim at, it suggests competitors allow their users to be tracked and that they do not have sufficient protections.