It may look quite similar to the one announced in October 2018, but the newly launched Apple iPad Pro is something we’d like to get our hands on as soon as it gets released in May.
Apple was supposed to host an event at the end of the month and unveil a fresh slate of products, but decided to cancel it as the number of coronavirus cases across the United States continues to rise.
Only smartphones from three brands made it to the latest lists of top global handsets, both in the last quarter of 2019 and in full year 2019.
Apple dominated the global smartphone market in the fourth quarter of 2019, outperforming rivals Samsung and Huawei, according to the latest estimates from research firm Canalys.
Many smartphones have made their mark on us this year. From budget models to sub-flagships and flagships, there are a lot of memorable products out there. More than we care to mention here.
A new Counterpoint Research report names the Apple iPhone XR as the best-selling smartphone in the third quarter of 2019, taking 3% of the worldwide market share.
Apple might not have the highest market share globally for smartphones, but it still maintains its dominance when it comes to profits.
Huawei started the year saying it planned to topple Samsung from being the largest smartphone vendor in the world. But then, the company was hit by a United States government ban that started in mid-May and continues to this day.
It’s pretty obvious why true wireless earphones are all the rage these days. They’re convenient; they’re cable-free; you can wear them without worrying that they’ll fall off before taking any steps. And you don’t have to spend a ton of money to own a quality set.
Apple finally faces head-on the criticism it has been receiving over the butterfly keyboard it introduced into the MacBook Pro line since 2015. The new 16-inch MacBook Pro series brings back the scissor key mechanism in place of the butterfly switches, the inverted-T arrow key arrangement, and a hardware Escape (Esc) key.