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Get prepared for a $1400 iPhone – USA TODAY

Saturday, July 15, 2017

x Embed x Share CLOSE Apple is expected to cross $1,000 in its next edition of the iPhone–will consumers be willing to pay the extra money? We reached out for their responses, on #TalkingTech. LOS ANGELES — It’s a fact that iPhones have gotten more expensive every year, now topping off at a whopping $969 for an iPhone 7 Plus with 256 GB of storage. So the 10th anniversary iPhone, the next model,…

Essential Phone: Hands On With Andy Rubin’s New Android | Time … – TIME

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Samsung and Apple ship more smartphones worldwide than any other company. But Android creator Andy Rubin is betting he can solve a few problems with their phones, which is why the first product to come from his new company Essential will be an Android phone. Rubin unveiled the device in May, and I had the chance to briefly use it during an event in New York. The phone, which starts…

Can Apple Deliver the iPhone 8 Under Pressure? – New York Magazine

Saturday, July 15, 2017

A render of what the iPhone 8 could look like, by iDrop News. We’re now just a few short months away from Apple’s unveiling of the next generation of iPhones. iPhone sales now make up 70 percent of all revenue for Apple; tens of billions of dollars hang in the balance. But analysts and journalists are now openly wondering: Can Apple stick the landing while not only putting out updates…

Android killed Windows Phone, not Apple – The Verge

Friday, July 14, 2017

So Windows Phone is well and truly dead (excepting a tiny handful of Windows 10 devices). There it lies, buried in the graveyard of failed smartphone platforms. Cause of death: Android. Yes, really. Apple changed everything in mobile, but in the chaotic years after its release, there was a massive opportunity to be the alternative that would ultimately dominate marketshare. It was Microsoft’s for the taking, but Google got there…

US retail sales drop 0.2% in June vs 0.1% increase expected – CNBC

Friday, July 14, 2017

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Why the iPhone has a mysterious little hole next to its camera – The Independent

Friday, July 14, 2017

The iPhone has a hole next to its rear camera lens. It’s easy to miss because it’s so small, and you might never have noticed it before, let alone wondered what it’s for.  However, the hole actually serves a very important purpose. It is, in fact, a microphone, one of three on the device. Gadgets and tech news in pictures 1/43 Designed by Pierpaolo Lazzarini from Italian company Jet Capsule. The…

Life hack: how to best arrange your iPhone apps, one icon at a time – The Guardian

Friday, July 14, 2017

In the 10 years since the iPhone launched, I’ve never really settled on a way to arrange my home screen that I actually like. Folders seem clunky but no folders leaves me with too many things multiple swipes away. Organising by what I use most leaves me with the rarely but rapidly needed apps buried, while organising by speed of access leaves me tapping through multiple times a day. And…

Why Apple’s iPhone 8 Could Be Delayed for Weeks – Fortune

Friday, July 14, 2017

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iPhone 8’s AR reportedly powered by frickin’ laser beams – CNET

Friday, July 14, 2017

Apple is said to be working on a 3D laser system to make for better AR, or augmented reality, on the iPhone 8 — our going name for Apple’s next iPhone — according to a report by Fast Company. Apple’s ARKit was debuted at WWDC last month. James Martin/CNET Although Apple has been hush-hush about its next iPhone, we’re 99 percent certain it will feature some form of AR. Last month at…

Why Apple’s iPhone 8 Has Serious Problems – Forbes

Friday, July 14, 2017

iPhone 8 is ’s most important smartphone in years. It will deliver the most radical redesign and highest price of any iPhone in history, but with the launch looming so too are the problems… Last night it was revealed Apple is struggling to get wireless charging working on the iPhone 8. A tentpole feature, it will bring the iPhone range in line with rivals and is the number one reason…

The iPhone 8’s biggest change will not be a ‘must have’ feature, analysts say – Business Insider

Friday, July 14, 2017

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, attends the second day of the annual Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference.Getty Apple is expected to launch a redesigned iPhone this fall with a screen that covers nearly the entire front of the phone. The iPhone 8, as some analysts call it, will use a new kind of screen technology called OLED that could be a top selling point for the phone. OLED screens…

iPhone 8’s AR reportedly powered by frickin’ laser beams – CNET

Friday, July 14, 2017

Apple is said to be working on a 3D laser system to make for better AR, or augmented reality, on the iPhone 8 — our going name for Apple’s next iPhone — according to a report by Fast Company. Apple’s ARKit was debuted at WWDC last month. James Martin/CNET Although Apple has been hush-hush about its next iPhone, we’re 99 percent certain it will feature some form of AR. Last month at…

Why Apple’s iPhone 8 Has Serious Problems – Forbes

Friday, July 14, 2017

iPhone 8 is ’s most important smartphone in years. It will deliver the most radical redesign and highest price of any iPhone in history, but with the launch looming so too are the problems… Last night it was revealed Apple is struggling to get wireless charging working on the iPhone 8. A tentpole feature, it will bring the iPhone range in line with rivals and is the number one reason…

Retail group’s back-to-school projection doesn’t jive with recent… – New York Post

Friday, July 14, 2017

Amid the carnage of widespread retail bankruptcies, store closings and tumbling sales, a national retail group on Thursday predicted the soon-to-start back-to-school shopping season will turn out to be the second-largest season ever. Say what? Overall back-to-school spending will grow 10 percent from last year, to $83.8 billion, the National Retail Federation said on Thursday. The bullish forecast left some scratching their heads and wondering if a new crystal ball…

The iPhone 8’s biggest change will not be a ‘must have’ feature, analysts say – Markets Insider

Friday, July 14, 2017

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, attends the second day of the annual Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference.Getty Apple is expected to launch a redesigned iPhone this fall with a screen that covers nearly the entire front of the phone. The iPhone 8, as some analysts call it, will use a new kind of screen technology called OLED that could be a top selling point for the phone. OLED screens…

iPhone 8’s AR reportedly powered by frickin’ laser beams – CNET

Friday, July 14, 2017

Apple is said to be working on a 3D laser system to make for better AR, or augmented reality, on the iPhone 8 — our going name for Apple’s next iPhone — according to a report by Fast Company. Apple’s ARKit was debuted at WWDC last month. James Martin/CNET Although Apple has been hush-hush about its next iPhone, we’re 99 percent certain it will feature some form of AR. Last month at…

Why Apple’s iPhone 8 Has Serious Problems – Forbes

Friday, July 14, 2017

iPhone 8 is ’s most important smartphone in years. It will deliver the most radical redesign and highest price of any iPhone in history, but with the launch looming so too are the problems… Last night it was revealed Apple is struggling to get wireless charging working on the iPhone 8. A tentpole feature, it will bring the iPhone range in line with rivals and is the number one reason…

The iPhone 8’s biggest change will not be a ‘must have’ feature, analysts say – Business Insider

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, attends the second day of the annual Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference.Getty Apple is expected to launch a redesigned iPhone this fall with a screen that covers nearly the entire front of the phone. The iPhone 8, as some analysts call it, will use a new kind of screen technology called OLED that could be a top selling point for the phone. OLED screens…

Why Apple’s iPhone 8 Has Serious Problems – Forbes

Thursday, July 13, 2017

iPhone 8 is ’s most important smartphone in years. It will deliver the most radical redesign and highest price of any iPhone in history, but with the launch looming so too are the problems… Last night it was revealed Apple is struggling to get wireless charging working on the iPhone 8. A tentpole feature, it will bring the iPhone range in line with rivals and is the number one reason…

iPhone 8’s AR reportedly powered by frickin’ laser beams – CNET

Thursday, July 13, 2017

Apple is said to be working on a 3D laser system to make for better AR, or augmented reality, on the iPhone 8 — our going name for Apple’s next iPhone — according to a report by Fast Company. Apple’s ARKit was debuted at WWDC last month. James Martin/CNET Although Apple has been hush-hush about its next iPhone, we’re 99 percent certain it will feature some form of AR. Last month at…