Industry watchers from Deutsche Bank are projecting that the sales figures of Apple’s highly awaited iPhone 8 will likely not meet expectations. And because of this, the global market of smartphone devices will probably be slowed down, despite already generating some momentum so far this year.
There are rumors circulating that Apple continues to experience problems with regards to embedding the Touch ID sensor underneath the OLED (organic light emitting diode) display screen of its upcoming iPhone 8 device. Earlier reports that surfaced some time ago had indicated that the tech giant had encountered these embedding issues when it first produced its highly awaited iPhone 8 flagship.
For some time now, speculation has been rife with regards to Apple experimenting with a form of under-display fingerprint reading technology, and understandably, some industry watchers were fully expecting the tech giant to debut this tech in an upcoming iPhone offering. But surprisingly, Vivo, a phone maker from China, has beaten Apple to the punch.
Apple has just rolled out the first public beta of iOS 11, the latest version of its iOS mobile operating system. As a public beta, it is now made available for free downloading by basically any iOS mobile user, with people not needing a developer account (which costs about a hundred bucks) to acquire it.
First off is Samsung and its upcoming Galaxy Note 8 phablet. According to a report recently published by Reuters, the South Korean phone make is said to be looking forward to formally introducing its latest phablet offering some time in late August of this year.
After a rather long wait, Sprint has finally relaunched its prepaid arm Virgin Mobile with an interesting rebranding twist -- Virgin Mobile has now been transformed into a wireless carrier that only sells iPhone devices.
How would you like it if all your health and medical information was readily accessible via your iPhone device? Well, that is exactly what Apple is currently quietly working on for a while now. This was recently divulged by CNBC, after learning that a team from Apple's health unit has been speaking with developers, hospitals, and several other groups regarding this matter.
Every mobile user out there is familiar with this particular problem -- the cracked display. And considering that the iPhone is one of the most popular smartphones in the world, cracked displays happen often to owners of Apple’s handset. But most people do not realize that cracked iPhone screens can be repaired by a machine called the Horizon Machine.
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