It might have taken Apple until the 2nd generation iPhone to go 3G, and until iPhone 5 to go to LTE, but by being radio-conservative the company avoided everything from low penetration to massive, battery-draining chipsets. Now, by skipping the first generation of 5G, it looks like Apple might just be missing out on something else: The massive notch necessitated by the RF windows on early concept devices.
Analyst claims Apple has a 10-year lead in wearables, and that's being kind
Apple analyst Neil Cybart has a new, lengthy post up touting Apple's wearables market amongst other things.
Tim Cook agrees to testify before House antitrust committee
Tim Cook has agreed to testify before a house antitrust committee alongside the CEOs of Google, Facebook, and Amazon.
Display analyst pours cold water on iPhone 12 Pro 120Hz display claims
Will iPhone 12 Pro have a 120Hz display? We thought so, but display analyst Ross Young says not.
Mac Gamers: Maximize your experience with these gaming acccessories
Lookng for some cool new accesories for your Mac gaming setup? Check out these great options!