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Apple iPhone SE Successor Could Be Named ‘iPhone 9’

While Apple has been rumored to bring an iPhone SE successor to the market for quite some time now, there’s some new speculation emerging about the name of the handset. While this phone was known as the “iPhone SE 2” until now, a new source cited by tech site Macotakara mentions that Apple may actually

The FCC Will Not Penalize Carriers for Exaggerating 4G LTE Coverage Maps

According to a report by ArsTechnica, the FCC has found that Verizon, T-Mobile, and US Cellular exaggerated 4G LTE coverage maps to their consumers, thereby misleading them. However, what’s come as a surprise to many is the fact that the FCC is choosing not to penalize the carriers for this. The report mentions that the

Analyst Claims Apple Will Launch Four iPhones in Fall 2020

As per JPMorgan analyst Samik Chatterjee, Apple could release four iPhones in 2020. This is interesting since previous reports had only discussed the possibility of three models. The prediction was made based on information accessed from related channels, and while Apple may end up having a different plan altogether, this does make sense given Apple’s

Apple’s Design Chief, Jony Ive, Has Reportedly Left the Company

Jonathan Ive

Earlier in June this year, it was reported that Chief Design Officer at Apple, Jonathan Ive, will leave Apple “later this year”. While Apple announced the renowned product designer’s departure, there was no exact time frame as to when he would leave the company. Well, it seems like the day has finally come with Jonathan

Apple Doubling AirPods Pro Production as Demand Soars

AirPods Pro

If you’re looking to get your hands on the AirPods Pro in time from Christmas from Apple’s online store, well, you’re out of luck as the latest they can arrive at your doorstep is by December 31. As per a new report, Apple has asked its supplier Luxshare Precision to increase the production of the

2020 iPhones Could Come in 5.4 and 6.7-Inch Variants with a Thinner Profile

As per a report emerging from South Korea, Apple plans to release 2020 iPhones in newer 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch models, thus widening the gap between the Pro and Pro Max models in terms of display size. It is said that Apple will use Samsung’s Y-OCTA technology for these displays which allows touchscreen circuits to be