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Ming-Chi Kuo has recently noted about the front-facing cameras of the 2019 iPhones. All of the 3 iPhones will receive 12-megapixel front cameras. They consist of triple rear cameras, dual TrueDepth cameras, and a new, super wide-angle camera.
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After two years of Apple suing Qualcomm for $1 billion in unpaid royalties and incompetent licenses in patents, the two companies are in a court trial in San Diego today. The trial starts with the jury selection.
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Since the introduction of Apple Music on June 30, 2015, Apple has clashed head-on with the Swedish music streaming service Spotify AB. Most of the competition comes from paid-subscriber counts, with Spotify often being victorious, until now. In a new report, Apple has overtaken Spotify’s highest-subscriber spot in the US by over two-million paid subscribers. Here’s everything we know so far.
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A rear chassis piece of the 2019 iPhone was leaked in a Chinese social network named Weibo. It was later then shared by Ben Weskin on Twitter, and there’s lots of markings that draws upon a clue that there’s going to be new characteristics for the new iPhone. Here’s what we know.
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Just recently, the Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo discovered that the next iPhone in 2019 will come with bilateral wireless charging. This feature, which is available in the Samsung Galaxy S10, enables an iPhone to charge another iPhone or Qi-enabled devices. Here’s what we know about this rumor.
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Apple has canceled the AirPower project completely, citing difficulties with the product achieving Apple’s high manufacturing standards. Here’s everything we know so far.
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Apple has officially released watchOS 5.2 for Apple Watch customers around the globe. What makes this update significant is ECG is now available for Apple Watch Series 4 users in Hong Kong and 19 European countries including France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Here’s everything you need to know about the update.
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