The Apple iPhone XS Max and iPhone XS may have been already been discontinued when the iPhone 11 series was launched late last year, but it doesn’t mean they’re not worth checking out.
We reported earlier that Apple’s cheapest iPhone is already available for purchase from the company’s local online store.
A confession: We haven’t closed the browser tab showing this page on Apple’s local website since the cheapest iPhone’s global launch in mid-April.
We got an email from a market-research firm earlier, revealing how smartphone brands performed in the first quarter of 2020.
The Antutu benchmark scores are in for the newly launched 2020 Apple iPhone SE, and they confirm what many have suspected or known intuitively about the cheapest modern iPhone you can get right now.
We all know Apple‘s new Mac Pro — yes, the one that still looks like a cheese grater! — costs a ton of money to purchase. But did you also know that the set of wheels and feet you can purchase along with it are unapologetically expensive, too?
Surprise, surprise! There’s a new iPhone in town, and it’s the most affordable Apple smartphone with modern specs you can buy right now.
It seems that the successor to the “budget iPhone” that was launched in 2016 won’t be called the Apple iPhone 9 or iPhone SE 2, after all.
Where is the successor to the Apple iPhone SE? We’ve been waiting for it for a while now. But wait, there’s a new report saying that the device — supposedly called Apple iPhone 9 instead of iPhone SE 2 — will be launched soon. And when we say “soon,” we mean “April soon.”
A new report by Counterpoint Research suggests that the smartphone market didn’t decline as drastically as another company put it.