When Apple announced the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max earlier this month, the U.S. technology company claimed the A13 Bionic chip that powers all three has the fastest CPU and GPU ever in a smartphone.
A report from IHS Markit Technology indicates that the Apple iPhone XR was the bestselling smartphone in the first half of 2019, with shipments pegged at 26.9 million units worldwide. Its successor, the newly announced iPhone 11, could prove to be even more attractive — and therefore higher selling than the last year’s popular, lower-cost iPhone.
Apple today launched the successors to the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, alongside the iPhone 11 and a bunch of other new products and services to keep you happy within the U.S. tech giant’s walled garden.
Introducing a third iPhone model in 2018 — the cheapest of the bunch — may have saved Apple from a further slowing of smartphone shipments.
The Lazada 9.9 Big Discovery Sale is scheduled for September 9, with discounts of up to 90% on over a whopping 9 million deals across the ecommerce platform. What’s more, you don’t have to wait until September 9 to find out which items to seriously consider when the sale goes live.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, Apple has sent out invitations to its next iPhone event happening on September 10 in the United States (September 11 in the Philippines).
Market-research firm Counterpoint Research’s Quarterly Market Monitor Q2 2019 is out.
The cheapest MacBook Air — priced at $999 ($around P51,639) — and the smallest, 12-inch MacBook Pro are now gone from Apple’s website. However, two models have replaced them.
It looks like now’s a pretty good time to be an Apple user or fan. The American tech giant held its first service-centric event (no major hardware announcements at all!) earlier, where it showed off a bunch of new subscription services that will compete with what’s already out there, and likely on your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or Mac computer.
It’s the worst year ever for the smartphone industry. According to market-research firm IDC’s report on worldwide smartphone shipments for 2018, global volumes slumped 4.1 percent with a total of 1.4 billion units shipped for the full year.