With last month’s iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 event in the rearview mirror, we can now turn our attention to Apple’s roadmap for the remainder of the 2018 calendar year. If rumors are any indication, we’ll likely be headed back to Cupertino this month for an October event.
iPad Pro with Face ID concept by Álvaro Pabesio Apple has yet to announce any October event, to be clear, but it’s always fun to speculate about possible dates based on years prior. Apple has hosted an October event in six of the past eight years, with 2015 and 2017 the exceptions.
All but one of the October events have focused on the Mac, iPad, or [...]
Samsung is still on track to unveil its first foldable smartphone later in 2018, Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh told CNBC.
According to Koh, it is „time to deliver“ on a foldable device after Samsung research revealed that there is consumer interest in such a device.
A smartphone concept with bendable display from Samsung Samsung first announced its plans for a smartphone with a bendable display in September 2017, and at the time, Koh said that the device would be positioned as a Galaxy Note. Given that Samsung has already announced this year’s Galaxy Note 9, it’s likely the new foldable smartphone will feature its own branding and will be sold [...]
Samsung recently released its latest flagship device, the Galaxy Note 9, which is set to be one of the main competitors to Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup, consisting of three iPhones in 5.8, 6.1, and 6.5 inch sizes.
Apple won’t announce its new 2018 smartphones until sometime around mid-September, but given the wealth of part leaks and rumors, we have a clear picture of what to expect.
We may not have real iPhones to compare to the Galaxy Note 9, but we’ve taken a look at Samsung’s new flagship next to dummy models of the 6.1 and 6.5-inch iPhones to see how Apple’s larger-screened devices will measure up to the Note 9.
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Apple is widely expected to launch a new mid-range notebook later this year, likely with a 13-inch Retina display and a starting price below $1,000. It’s unclear if it will be branded as a MacBook, MacBook Air, or otherwise, but it’ll be a new lower-cost, lower-spec option below the MacBook Pro.
According to a translated report from Taiwanese publication Economic Daily News, the notebook will be powered by Intel’s eighth-generation Kaby Lake Refresh processors, released in the second half of 2017.
The translated report suggests that Apple’s decision to use the Kaby Lake Refresh processors, manufactured based on a 14nm process, is due to [...]