APple Pencil iPad Pro

Apple Pencil could be coming to iPhone in 2019

Stylus support for iPhone in 2019? Apple has just released its lineup for 2017, but we already see reports covering the company’s hardware plans for the near future. After the news about a foldable iPhone, and new OLED models in 2018, we can now hear from sources in Korea that Apple is exploring the possibility of bringing its digital pen to the iPhone by 2019. Apple Pencil, a digital stylus introduced for iPad Pro in 2015, could be coming to iPhone, as Apple engineers reportedly started working on an iPhone supporting digital pen input. The Korea Herald informs that the[…]

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iPhone 7 Plus dual-camera

Apple’s next-generation cameras coming to iPhone in 2018

“Above 12MP’ camera modules to enter manufacturing in October 2017. There were rumors earlier this year that Apple might use a new improved camera module for the 10th anniversary iPhone X/Edition coming in Fall 2017. Many reports suggested that iPhone Edition would have a vertically-positioned dual-lens camera with improved quality, optical image stabilization, and probably even optical zoom. But Apple may not be ready to offer these features with the iPhone in 2017. According to a report at DigiTimes, the company has signed a deal with the lens maker Largan Precision, but the production of these new cameras won’t start[…]

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iPhone 8 render

The smaller iPhone in 2018 may have a 5.28-inch OLED screen

Apple to release two OLED models in 2018. Apple is far away from the announcement of the Anniversary iPhone in September, but that doesn’t stop the rumors on the Internet. And while we were still hearing stories about the 2017 line-up, now for the very first time a source claims to reveal details about the iPhone 9 expected in 2018. According to a new report published by The Investor, Apple’s iPhone for 2018 will be coming in two sizes, both with OLED screens. The smaller iPhone 9 is said to include a 5.28 inch OLED screen, while the bigger version[…]

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iPhone 7 concept

iPhone 2018 may use 7-nanometer chips

Apple may use smaller, more efficient chips for the 2018 iPhone. Apple has released the iPhone 7 series two months ago, but we already know many details about the upcoming Anniversary iPhone in 2017. But the rumors stretch even further into the future, to the 2018 iPhone. According to information posted by MyDrivers, Apple may implement 7-nanometer chips into the 2018 models. Such a chip is expected to enter manufacturing in Q1 2018, produced by Apple’s chip supplier TSMC. A 7nm chip would require smaller space, but keeping power-efficiency at a high level. Apple currently uses 16nm components for the[…]

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