Apple is planning to release successors to the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR in 2019, according to a new report from Bloomberg.READ: Apple Planning 3D Cameras for 2020 iPhonesInternally codenamed D43, the updated iPhone XS Max is expected to have three cameras on the back. The third camera will give the device a longer zoom range and a wider area of view. It will also capture extra pixels, allowing for post-processing capabilities such as adjusting when a photo's subject has been accidentally cut off in the original shot. Apple is reportedly also planning an update to Live Photos, wh..
The rumour mill has been spinning out of control in the build up to this year's iPhone announcement, with more rumours and leaks surfacing than any other iPhone release in history. We have already covered a few leaks and rumours in previous blog posts, but we'll consolidate everything we know into this article. We'll also keep updating this article as soon as we hear new information or rumours. Despite the influx or leaks and rumours, all signs suggest this year's iPhone models will be slightly underwhelming. Apple is reportedly moving away from a 2 year 'tick-tock' upgrade cycle to..
Rumours have been rife this year that Apple is actively developing an iPhone with a dual-camera system. Until now, it has been speculated that such an iPhone would take the form of the larger plus model. Now, a new leak picturing what could be known as an iPhone 7 Pro sheds new light on Apple's potential strategy.Two new photos which have emerged from Nowhere Else reveal two standard and Plus sized iPhone 7 models, with a larger 'Pro' model stationed on the far left. The leaked iPhone 7 Pro - if true - corroborates several rumours surrounding a larger iPhone. The device features not only a dua..
A new iPhone 7 leak has revealed what could be one iteration of Apple's upcoming handset and seemingly confirms the fact that the company's smaller 4.7" will bear a larger camera sensor with tweaked antenna lines. The leak, which was first posted on French website Nowhereelse.fr, reveals that the next iPhone could retain the same relative size and body style. However, the 'standard' 4.7" device would incorporate a larger single lens module, which appears to be roughly twice the size of the incumbent camera aboard the iPhone 6 and 6s. Interestingly, the leak reveals a new precedent for Ap..
According to a new report from Digitimes Research, Samsung is expected to supply an estimated 40 million AMOLED panels to Apple ahead of the 2017 iPhone model. This figure is expected to reach 80 million units the following year, and 120 million units in 2019.As the largest producer of OLED displays, Samsung is expected to be the primary supplier of OLED displays to Apple. Samsung has revealed it plans to increase output of OLED panels by 50% this year. However, Foxxconn-owned Sharp is preparing its own production of OLED panels before the end of 2017 in hopes to claim a stake in Apple's suppl..