According to a recent report published by French website Consomac just this week, it appears that Apple has registered a number of unreleased iPhone model numbers with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), which is basically the regulatory body of the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU).
We already basically know that LG’s newest flagship offering -- the G7 ThinQ -- will be formally unveiled on May 2nd. Considering that this date is still three weeks away, we will not know for sure until then what the G7 will bring to the table. But thanks to an exclusive report from Android Headlines, we should have a slight idea of what to expect.
It seems so, at least according to a report recently published by Bloomberg just this week. The talk is that Apple is apparently already starting to toy with the idea of developing a new iPhone model that can interact with the mobile user through the use of touchless gesture controls. In addition to this, the next generation iPhone offering is said to sport a curved screen.
As indicated in a report recently published by South Korean news website The Investor, it appears that production of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 9 flagship coming along faster than expected. Because of this, it is quite possible that the newest addition to the phone maker’s lineup of phablet devices will launch as early as July later this year.
Once again, noted Apple expert Ming-Chi Kuo is making yet another prediction, and this time around, it involves the Apple Watch. According to him, there is a big possibility that Apple will be introducing the Apple Watch Series 4 some time in fall of this year (the onset of the 2018 fall season is in late September).
Perhaps to help dispel all related rumors, OnePlus has gone ahead and shared an image showing an official render of its upcoming flagship device -- the OnePlus 6 -- through The Verge. And as many have already suspected, the follow up to the very successfulOnePlus 5T is now confirmed to sport a notch on the top section of its front side panel.
According to a team of analysts from Bank of America Merrill Lynch (and picked up by CNBC), it appears that the second biggest phone maker in the face of the planet has plans to introduce a foldable iPhone by the end of the decade. Rumors of Apple releasing a folding iPhone are nothing new, but this time around, the report is citing sources that include a number of the company’s partner suppliers.
It is pretty much a sure thing each and every year -- Apple will be unleashing new iPhone models that are supposed to be better and more advanced than the previous year’s offerings, but back in 2016, the tech giant did an unusual thing -- it introduced the iPhone SE. To be perfectly clear, this particular model was not as impressive (hardware and specifications wise) as the usual flagships the company releases every second half of any given year, but this “small” iPhone has since gained a solid following, especially among those iOS mobile users who do not mind owning a simpler iPhone.
Fresh from tweeting leaked renders of LG’s upcoming G7 flagship almost a couple of weeks ago, Benjamin Geskin has now shared on Twitter leaked renders of what appears to be an iPhone X in blush gold color. Yup, we have heard rumors of a blush gold iPhone X better, but Geskin is quite confident that this is the real thing.
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