Thursday , November 15 2018

Apple

Evidence Mounts for Weak iPhone XR Sales

Just over a week ago, we covered news from Asia Nikkei Review suggesting that Apple might have significantly cut its orders for new iPhones, specifically the iPhone XR. At the time, I suggested taking the news with a grain of salt, noting that there were many reports of low iPhone …

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Apple Reportedly Cancels Plans for Major iPhone XR Ramp

There are reports that Apple has pulled back plans for a major iPhone XR capacity boost, with Foxconn and Pegatron planning to deploy fewer manufacturing lines for Apple’s cheapest premium phone. Apple is instead apparently requesting more iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Pluses, to the tune of 5 million additional …

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The iPhone Is Apparently Allergic to Helium

Helium. It’s not a gas you probably pay much attention to, unless you work in a handful of very specific industries, enjoy playing with insane overclocking rigs, or have a job filling party balloons. But helium is critical in the cryogenics industry, which means it’s used in hospital MRI scanners …

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The Red Hydrogen One Fails to Ignite Reviewer Passions

When Red announced its first smartphone with a holographic display, it raised a lot of eyebrows. Red is a company known for its cameras, not its smartphones. It promised a cutting-edge holographic display and debuted with an aggressive PR pitch that saddled the phone with impossibly high promises. Red promised …

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Apple reveals iPad Pro and Mac occasion for October 30th

Apple isn’t done with product events for 2018. Today the business issued media invites for an October 30th occasion in Brooklyn, New York City where it’s widely anticipated we’ll see brand-new iPad Pro tablets and possibly several updates to the Mac lineup. The occasion’s tagline is “there’s more in the …

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