It appears that Google is not the only tech giant having troubles in Russia. According to the country’s Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS), Apple is guilty of fixing the prices for specific editions of its iPhone 5 and iPhone 6 models at no less than 16 local retail partners.
Last week, it has been reported that T-Mobile was selling some of its flagship smartphone devices at a blowout sale price. This move was largely speculated as a way for the carrier to clear out their shelves in time for the release of new smartphone models. In recent developments, it looks like this could actually be happening.
According to a report recently published by South Korean publication The Bell, Apple is apparently considering putting OLED display screens on all of its iPhone models by 2019. To date, rumors are already circulating that this year’s highly awaited iPhone 8 will sport an OLED display on an edge to edge screen.
According to a new report recently published by IDC, it appears that the market for wearable devices worldwide is alive and kicking. The research firm stated that the volume of shipments of smartwatch devices and fitness trackers have reached 33.9 million units during the final quarter of last year, which is not only a new all time high but also signifies a growth of 16.9 percent year over year.
According to a report recently published by TrendForce, it is quite possible that Apple may decide to do away with the 32 gigabyte edition for its highly awaited iPhone 8. This means that this year’s new iPhone models will be having a base model that features 64 gigabytes of built in memory at the minimum.
Apple apparently has plans to officially unveil the latest version of its mobile operating system -- iOS -- on June 5th of this year, as part of its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) event to be held in the city of San Jose in California. For those still not familiar with WWDC, it is a developer-centric conference held annually by the tech giant, and it has, on numerous occasions, served as its venue for introducing new software products.
According to a study conducted by Match.com and Research Now, Android mobile users are 15 times as likely to unfavorably judge a date for using an iPhone device. On the other extreme, owners of iPhone devices are 21 times more likely to negatively judge a date for owning an Android powered handset.
Fresh from relaunching its unlimited data option, Verizon Wireless is now taking full advantage of the momentum to introduce a new trade in deal targeted to those looking to sign up for its Verizon Unlimited plan for the first time.
According to a report posted by Forbes, Samsung apparently published a support page for the Galaxy S8 Plus on its official website for the Indian mobile market (the content of the page has since been removed).
As far as this year’s upcoming iPhone devices are concerned, the talk is that Apple is looking to launch a trio of new models -- the iPhone 8 (the premium high end offering in celebration of the iPhone’s 10th birthday), plus the iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus. So how exactly will the iPhone 8 differentiate itself from the iPhone 7s models?
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