Tag Archives: iPhone 2019

iOS 13.1 Brings The Controversial CPU Throttling Feature On The iPhone 2018

Apple is proud of its customer-first philosophy, but the company’s practices are not always in line with it, or at least it does not seem so for outsiders. Over the years Apple has gone through all sorts of disputes, but probably the biggest was in 2017 when it was discovered that Apple reduces the maximum… Read More »

It Is Said That The Hardware For The Missing Apple iPhone Feature Is Disabled Within The Phones

For much of this year, we continue to feel that Apple’s 2019 iPhone would have a wireless reverse charge (also known as bilateral wireless charging). This feature was released for the first time on Huawei Mate 20 Pro 2018 and Samsung called Wireless PowerShare for the Samsung Galaxy S10 series and Galaxy Note 10. Reverse… Read More »

These Are Some Of The Features That Failed To Make A Cut At The New Apple Product Event

The seats are empty at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino when Apple finished its new event produced hours ago. And, of course, all the stories will mention the new features found in the iPhone 2019, the seventh-generation iPad and the Apple Watch Series 5. But as for the new features that analysts and experts… Read More »

The iPhone 11 (R) Benchmark Points To Memory Upgrades, A Very Small Performance Increase

We are exactly one week from the official announcement of the iPhone 11 family, and although most of the key points and updates (mostly minor) on last year’s XS / XS Max / XR line have already been leaked, the whole story it is far from clear. For example, we’re still not entirely sure how… Read More »

Pre-order and Release Dates For The Apple iPhone 2019 Have Been Leaked

Apple has already sent invitations to the upcoming event on September 10th. In this case, we should see the company present the 2019 iPhones. A source claiming to work in one of the major operators states that the pre-orders will start on September 13th with the actual launch date scheduled for September 20th. This is… Read More »

The Unofficial Video Shows Realistic Prototypes Of The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro

The Apple iPhone 2019 models should be presented on September 10th, but we already have a good idea of ​​what to expect. Thanks to several renderings and losses, the new models are focusing and now an unofficial video shows a model of iPhone (LCD) with 6.1 inches and iPhone 11 Pro. The latter must be… Read More »

Galaxy Fold 2 Will Be Launched With A Larger Display

Just when we thought it was completely blocked, the voice phone engine of the folding phones started firing on all the cylinders. After Samsung officially revealed that the Galaxy Fold launch will take place by September, we received a warning that will take place on the 18th of next month, more or less when Apple… Read More »

Apple’s Strong Supply Chain Growth Aims To Improve iPhone Sales

During a year in which sales of Apple’s iPhone struggled at the global market, there are subtle indications that the device is coming back. JP Morgan analyst Samik Chatterjee today sent a note to customers about the performance of a group of companies that supply Apple with parts for the iPhone. In June, for the… Read More »

Second-Gen Apple AirPods Reported Weaker Sales Than Expected In The First Quarter

Apple’s AirPods continue to dominate the category of truly wireless headphones with a market share of over 50%. However, the second generation of the extremely popular accessory did not add to Apple’s already large participation in this market. According to information published by Counterpoint Research despite the release of the latest version of AirPods during… Read More »

iPhone 2019 will offer reverse wireless charging, says Bloomberg

Bloomberg recently shared all the details of IOS 13 and now Mark Gurman and Debby Wu have turned their attention to hardware. The couple wrote a new report that says you can expect some interesting things to come with new 2019 iPhones, and it includes reverse wireless charging. It is worth reading the full article… Read More »