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Samsung says it has seen ‘slow demand' for the OLED panels it supplies for the iPhone X

3 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

Over the recent week, we've seen a handful of suppliers report slowing demand for parts purchased by Apple for the iPhone X. Now, Samsung is joining that chorus, saying that it has seen lagging demand for OLED panels used in the iPhone X...
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Apple partner TSMC has started production of next-gen chips that will power Apple's new iPhone

Apple partner TSMC has started production of next-gen chips that will power Apple's new iPhone

3 monthes ago   |   By BGR

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company, a company that has fabricated the A-series chips in Apple's iPhones and iPads for years, has officially started volume production of chips using its next-gen 7nm process. Anandtech says that TSMC president C.C.Wei formally announced the news on a conference call with financial analysts last week, corroborating a report from Digitimes that indicated the same thing.
Although Apple keeps its manufacturing contracts strictly secret, it's widely believed that TSMC's first 7nm chip production run will be the A12 processor that Apple will use in its...
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Intel to Supply Apple With 70% of LTE Chips Needed for 2018 iPhones

Intel to Supply Apple With 70% of LTE Chips Needed for 2018 iPhones

3 monthes ago   |   By Mac Rumors

Intel is planning to supply Apple with 70 percent of the modem chips that will be used in the 2018 iPhone lineup, according an unnamed source that spoke to Fast Company. Qualcomm will allegedly provide the rest.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously suggested Intel might be Apple's sole supplier for LTE modems in 2018 given Apple's ongoing and increasingly tense legal battle with Qualcomm, while The Wall Street Journal said Apple might use Mediatek and Intel chips to avoid working with Qualcomm, but Fast Company says that's not the case.
Intel will supply the lion's share of the...
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Report: Apple may have to keep Qualcomm around for 2018

Report: Apple may have to keep Qualcomm around for 2018

3 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

A new report from Fast Company has surfaced claiming that Apple will continue to rely on Qualcomm this year, with a hopeful switch to intel by 2019. Intel began working with Apple within the last few years but Qualcomm received the lion's share of the business. That was it seems, until things heated up between the chipmaker and Apple. It is no secret that Apple has been pushing towards fully adopting Intel hardware, but wariness over supply appears to be keeping the entire move from taking place this year. The report shows that Apple is planning on having Intel supply 70 percent of the...
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New report says Apple won't be able to fully drop Qualcomm as an iPhone supplier this year

New report says Apple won't be able to fully drop Qualcomm as an iPhone supplier this year

3 monthes ago   |   By 9to5Mac

As its relationship with Qualcomm continues to strain, Apple is looking to move away from the chipmaker entirely as an iPhone supplier. A new report from Fast Company today, however, says Apple won't be able to ditch Qualcomm entirely this year...
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Verizon's upcoming 5G broadband service will bundle YouTube TV

Verizon's upcoming 5G broadband service will bundle YouTube TV

Next-generation 5G wireless technology will be notable for providing both mobile connectivity and residential broadband. Verizon is slated to deploy the latter service in 2018... Read more ...

LG and Sprint plan 5G smartphone for first half of 2019

LG and Sprint plan 5G smartphone for first half of 2019

Sprint said Tuesday it has partnered with phone manufacturer LG Electronics to launch a 5G smartphone in the first half of next year, marking the first 5G device deal for the... Read more ...

Ankama's ‘Cosmobot' Soft Launches in Australia, Canada, Singapore

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Ankama Mobile already has a diverse portfolio of games , Tactile Wars , and WAFKU: The Brotherhood ), and if you're in one of a handful of countries, its next title is... Read more ...

Sprint and LG want to make the first 5G smartphone in the US happen soon

Sprint and LG want to make the first 5G smartphone in the US happen soon

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HQ Trivia brings live trivia game show with cash prizes to the Apple TV

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I don't know if people still play HQ Trivia , but there's a clever new way to compete if so: HQ Trivia for Apple TV. The live trivia game show made its debut on iPhone and iPad... Read more ...

All Nokia smartphones will be updated to Android 9 Pie, not just Android One...

All Nokia smartphones will be updated to Android 9 Pie, not just Android One devices

HMD is one of the few companies that will update all the smartphones it launched to date to Android 9 Pie. Well, Essential does that too, but it has only released one device... Read more ...

Fortnite Android beta expands beyond Samsung phones

Fortnite Android beta expands beyond Samsung phones

After launching for Samsung Galaxy phones with the debut of the Note 9, Epic Games is now bringing its popular last-player-standing shooter Fortnite to other Android devices... Read more ...

US government bans use of Huawei tech, unclear whether it includes smartphones

US government bans use of Huawei tech, unclear whether it includes smartphones

President Trump has signed into law the Defense Authorization Act , part of which bans government use of technology from Chinese companies Huawei and ZTE... more... Read more ...

Banks secretly monitoring how you use your phone and computer to detect fraud

Banks secretly monitoring how you use your phone and computer to detect fraud

Banks are secretly gathering up to 2,000 data points on how you use your phone and computer to help detect fraud. The data used can be anything from the angle at which you... Read more ...

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