Apple has seeded the 2nd beta for the approaching iOS 11.4.1 update, allowing developers to explore and evaluate any changes. This comes only two weeks after the launch of the first beta, which focused on improving performance and bug fixes, and it is expected that this beta attempts to do a similar thing, as no new features have been uncovered yet.
Apple has requested that its suppliers should manufacture 20% fewer components used to create the iPhones that will be released in the latter half of this year, suggesting that Apple may now be taking a cautious approach to iPhone shipments in 2018.
The introduction to the WWDC 2018 event is over and there have been many new software releases – yes, only software. Ok These releases include iOS 12, watchOS 5, macOS Mojave, and a new version of tvOS…
Well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has returned with his first Apple-related rumour for his new firm TF International Securities. He believes that Apple will be “more aggressive” in the pricing of the three iPhones rumoured for September 2018.
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It has been predicted that the 2018 iPhone line up might ship (by default) with USB-C adaptors consequently enabling fast charging alongside a lightning to USB-C cable.
According to supply chain sources for DigiTimes, Apple has postponed the production of its rumoured 2018 MacBook Air to the second half of 2018. This new version of Apple’s affordable MacBook was expected to go into mass production at this time, but Apple has already told its supply chain partners that this will not be the case.
Over the last week, there have been many reports on a slow demand for parts purchased by Apple for the iPhone X. Now, Samsung is joining in, stating that it has seen lowering demand for the OLED panels they supply for the iPhone X.
The Irish government has reached an agreement with Apple to start collecting the $15bn tax they owe, reports The Guardian.