Smart Battery Cases announced for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR

Smart Battery Cases announced for iPhone XS, XS Max and XR

The new battery cases cost $129, support Qi. Apple just unveiled on the market new battery cases that should extend the battery life of your iPhones. After introducing such an option for the iPhone 7, the company now begins selling the accessory for the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and XR. It cost $129, and when paired with the device extends its battery life. The iPhone XS with the battery case can offer up to 33 hours of talk time, or 25 h of video. iPhone XS Max can endure up to 37 hours talk time, or up to[…]

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The top-end iPhone for 2019 may have a triple-lens camera

Successor to the iPhone XS Max could introduce the three-lens camera module. While companies like Huawei and Samsung have already released phones with three cameras on the back, Apple’s most expensive iPhone relies on a double-lens camera for photos and videos. But according to sources familiar with Apple’s plans, the next generation of the highest-end iPhone, the successor to the iPhone XS Max, may have a triple-lens module. Above you can see a render of how the phone’s back may look like, courtesy by OnLeaks. If the information proves accurate, a third additional lens in the iPhone would lead to[…]

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iPhone XS & XR production cut by 10% after lower than estimated sales

Apple tells suppliers to cut down production of iPhone components. The company recently revised its earnings predictions for Q1 2019 from $89-93 to $84 billion, which resulted in a significant market loss. Now, according to a new publication at Nikkei, Apple lowers the production of iPhone XS and XR by 10 percent. The report says that Apple made a revision of the production estimates, and downgraded the orders to suppliers for all models. Each supplier is affected differently by this decision, as they manufacture different components. A source familiar with the matter have commented that Apple reduced the production volume[…]

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New sensor tech could result in true bezel-less iPhones

AMS announces new proximity and RGB sensors. The Austrian company AMS, one of the suppliers for light sensors used in Face ID, has announced the development of a new sensor tech that requires no housing for those senors. This, in turn, may result in smartphones with bezel-less front sides, as the RGB light and IR Proximity sensors won’t require as big bezels as the current smartphones. From the press-release: Smartphone OEMs today are striving to maximize their products’ screen-to-body ratio, reducing the bezel area as much as possible on the display’s face,” said David Moon, Senior Marketing Manager at ams.[…]

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Apple rolls out the third iOS 12.1.3 Beta

Public testers and developers can install a new iOS release. The company is now rolling out the third Beta of iOS 12.1.3. to members of the Public testing programs as well as those registered as developers. The update doesn’t add anything new, but under the hood, there could be some fixes and performance improvements you might notice in terms of smoother and less buggy experience. While Apple is yet to unveil when the final iOS 12.1.3 will hit the general public, you can join the Beta program and install this update ahead of the general release. Keep in mind that[…]

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Apple and Foxconn to invest millions in India in order to boost iPhone sales

Cupertino tries to enter the Indian market in a more aggressive way. Apple first started to build and sell iPhones built in India in limited quantities with the iPhone SE and 6S line, but in 2019 the company will assemble far more devices in the country in attempts to enter more aggressively in this market, so far dominated by phones costing less than $250. According to a new report by Reuters, Apple’s main hardware partner, Foxconn, will invest $356 million in its Indian plant in order to expand its production capacity in 2019. High-end models in 2019 will be assembled[…]

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iOs Trendy Dating Apps

The modern world of dating has become sufficiently easier for a regular user to understand, and due to the online dating apps that save you a ton of time, it is extremely comfortable. In this article, we are going to take a closer look at some of the trendiest dating apps for iPhone users and discover their special features, similarities, and difference. The first thing that is common for all of the applications mentioned below is the registration process, namely its simplicity; a new user just needs to undergo the authorization through Facebook. Then, in a couple of clicks, the[…]

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Microsoft overtakes Apple in market capitalization for first time in 8 years

Apple’s shares falling after poor iPhone sales. After reaching the $1 billion threshold earlier this year, everyone believes that Apple’s market capitalization would continue to grow. But the new iPhone XS, XS Max and XR were not the smartphones the market wanted and expected. A number of reports have informed that Apple cut the production of the new iPhones, as the estimate sales could not be reached. The result is that Apple’s shares began to decline, and from over $1 billion they now account for around $814 million. Microsoft, the company Apple overtook in 2010, is now valued higher, slightly[…]

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iPhone XS Max beats Google Pixel 3 XL in tests

AnTuTu gives 363,687 points to the iPhone XS Max. It’s not always the most accurate way of comparing the performance of two devices, especially when talking about two different operating systems, but here are the benchmark tests of the iPhone XS Max and the Google Pixel XL. According to AppleInsider’s lab test, the Apple’s device is much better in terms of bare numbers. iPhone XS Max achieves a total score of 363,687 in the AnTuTu benchmark, compared with just 284,546 for the Google Pixel XL. This is a huge difference on paper, although this is not always visible in the[…]

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New iPad models appeared in China’s certification data

Apple registers new iPad models in China. It’s widely believed that Apple will announce a new generation of iPad models later this year, fronted by the redesigned iPad Pro. New models already visited China’s certification authorities in September, fueling the rumors that iPad Pro will launch very soon. Now we understand, thanks to MySmart Price, that iPad models A1934, A1979, A2013, A2014 and A1985 were recently registered in ECC, and these iPads are new models for some European and Asian countries. We know from several sources that the new iPad Pro will come with Face ID, slim bezels, new processor[…]

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