Apple File System will soon be updated with support for the company’s Fusion Drive technology. Details should be shared at Apple’s developer-only event scheduled to kick off June 4.
The iPhone maker is reportedly working on a more affordable HomePod model that’s thought to be priced attractively at around $199 and release with Beats branding.
Samsung’s next-generation Note flagship could be just two months away as supposedly poor sales of the Galaxy S9 series prompted the South Korean firm to roll out the next Note one month earlier, as early as August. Plus, a foldable “Galaxy X” device will reportedly be joining the lineup in 2019.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to release a low-cost Surface line to better compete with Apple’s $329 iPad that was recently updated with iPhone 7’s A10 Fusion chip, Apple Pencil support and other improvements.
The current iPhone SE 2 rumors suggest the new device isn’t being launched next month during the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) as once believed.
Apple’s next LCD iPhone could come in multiple bright colors to distinguish it from the two upcoming OLED models. All three iPhones are likely to arrive in September.
If you haven’t yet taken advantage of Apple’s discounted battery pricing due to availability issues, you’ll be pleased to know that service inventory of all iPhone replacement batteries is now available without delay.
Apple is officially a partner in North Carolina’s drone testing pilot. The company plans to use drones to capture aerial images to improve Apple Maps but don’t you worry—they will blur things like faces and license plate numbers to protect people’s privacy.
As Apple’s investment bank has raised tens of billions of dollars for the Cupertino tech giant, Goldman Sachs now reportedly wants to bank Apple’s customers, too.