Apple’s 2020 ambitions know no boundaries. The company plans to release up to seven new iPhone models and, internally, they will make the biggest generational leap in years. The problem for Apple is the designs keep leaking and, having already been disappointed once, a major new iPhone design leak means we are likely to be disappointed all over again. Trading up … Read more Apple Issues Expensive Shock For Millions Of iPhone Users
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is expected to launch its first 5G-capable smartphones sometime in 2020. On Apple’s most recent earnings call, analyst Katy Huberty asked CEO Tim Cook to comment on “how the company approaches a new technology like [5G], given the higher cost but also potentially significant benefit?” The analyst also asked Cook to provide some insight into … Read more Will 5G Make Apple’s iPhones Even More Expensive?
Following my exclusive earlier this week, I can confirm exactly what the iPhone 8 looks like. But when will you be able to buy Apple’s AAPL -0.45% biggest redesign yet and at what cost? This is where the bad news starts… The ever reliable 9to5Mac has obtained a new report from J.P. Morgan which states the iPhone 8 will be both significantly more expensive … Read more iPhone 8 Leak Explains Apple’s Expensive Secrets
The Huawei P10 is responsible for a solid share of the rumors coming in recently, the latest being a set of renders which supposedly depict the upcoming flagship. Today, word got out that the P10 will be the most expensive P-series device Huawei’s made. Huawei P9 Courtesy of the usually reliable Ricciolo (Twitter handle @ricciollo1), … Read more Huawei,P10,tipped,to,be,the,most,expensive,P-series,phone
Experiencing virtual reality will blow your mind, but it’ll also demolish your wallet. Or at least that’s what people think, and that perception was exacerbated when Oculus’s CEO said that building a Rift setup from scratch will set you back a cool $1,500. Since theOculus Rift itself costs $600, that implies you’ll need a $900 … Read more Tested: This all-AMD $650 PC proves VR-ready rigs don’t have to be expensive