With Apple one week away from launching the “iPhone 11” series, the leaks are still coming in regarding the Cupertino, California, tech giant’s 2019 smartphone line. These include new benchmark results that supposedly show CPU performance statistics for one of the three models expected to be unveiled in the coming
Apple announced on Thursday an event it will hold next month, where the company is widely believed to unveil a slew of new products, including the company’s next-generation iPhone models. However, Apple fanatics are searching the invite the company sent to the media in an attempt to find hidden clues
Rumors have long circulated about Apple’s next generation iPhone model, which is expected to be launched at an unannounced event in the coming weeks, though new rumors suggest that Apple’s flagship tablet – the iPad Pro – could receive a major upgrade come next year. According to a report published
Apple’s 2019 iPhones are generally expected to be very similar in appearance to their predecessors from last year, with few features of note that could convince consumers to upgrade to the newer device. However, recent rumors have suggested that the so-called “iPhone 11” could come with more selling points than
Apple is likely just weeks away from announcing this year’s new iPhone lineup. Yet, like always, rumors about the new phones are widely circulating on the web. New rumors published on Reddit from an alleged insider at the Foxconn factory where iPhones are assembled has claimed that Apple might be
Most Apple consumers are familiar with the lightning cable, which typically comes packaged with the company’s phones and accessories, including its latest iPhone XS and AirPods with wireless charging case. However, what these customers aren’t accustomed to is being hacked through a modified version of one of these popular cables,
This year’s upcoming iPhone release is not expected to come with a lot of changes in terms of design or technical specifications and features. However, a recent social media post from a mobile leaker suggests that Apple might make one key change to the naming convention for the 2019 iPhones.