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Apple's next version of the iPhone XR might come in 2 new color options. Here's what they probably look like. (AAPL)

Apple's next version of the iPhone XR might come in new lavender and seafoam green color options, potentially replacing the current blue and coral choices. The new color choices appear to be soft pastel shades, representing a departure from the current iPhone XR's bright and bold look.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  Apple's iPhone XR already comes in a wide array of colors, ranging from standard black or white to blue, coral, and yellow. But Apple could launch two new ...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Trends, Bloomberg, Mark Gurman, Aapl, Ming Chi Kuo, US China, Kuo, Gurman, TF International Securities


Latest iPhone leak reinforces suggestion of asymmetrical square camera bump

As time is drawing closer to the launch of Apple's next iPhone lineup, rumors, leaks, and renders continue to crop up, building up an idea of how the next collection of smartphones will look. The latest leak comes from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman who published a photograph displaying a series of iPhone case moldings. In January, reliable tech leaker OnLeaks published a series of what were purportedly 5K renders of the upcoming (tentatively named) iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max, showing devices with s...
Tags: Apple, News, Bloomberg, Mark Gurman


Apple’s new iPhone 11 design leaked by multiple reliable sources

This week, we should learn when Samsung will finally release its first smartphone with a foldable display, the Galaxy Fold. The handset was supposed to launch last month but in addition to being a terribly ugly handset, it also ended up being a piece of junk. Hopefully by the time Samsung actually releases the $2,000 phone, it'll only be ugly.In addition to possibly Galaxy Fold news, the most powerful Android smartphone of the year so far will debut on Tuesday. The OnePlus 7 Pro is rumored t...
Tags: Apple, News, Samsung, United States, Foxconn, Mark Gurman, Max, First Bloomberg


Apple's new retail boss 'has her work cut out for her' in bringing the spark back to its 500 stores

Apple's head of retail Angela Ahrendts left the company in April and was replaced by Deirdre O'Brien, previously Apple's head of human resources. One former executive told Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman that O'Brien "has her work cut out for her." Bloomberg reports that Apple's stores have become a growing concern for the company as customers complain of long lines, long wait times, and overcrowding.  Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Apple has a new head of retail, and employees ar...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, New York, Disney, Trends, Bloomberg, Netflix, DMV, Burberry, Mark Gurman, Town Square, Brien, O Brien, Angela Ahrendts, Deirdre, Apple Stores


Daily Crunch: Twitter tweaks Retweets

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Twitter gives Retweets an upgrade Twitter will now allow users to add a photo, video or GIF to a Retweet, instead of only text. The feature is live on iOS, Android and Twitter’s mobile website. Though a seemingly minor upgrade, the addition could significantly increase the amount of media that’s shared...
Tags: Google, TC, Twitter, Microsoft, Softbank, US, San Francisco, Tech, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Mark Gurman, Wwdc, Iab, Justin Sullivan Getty, Cupertino California, GM Cruise


Apple Watch may be getting more independent at WWDC

Apple may be preparing some tweaks to watchOS that will leave you fumbling for your phone less often. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman just published a long list of software tweaks his sources say are coming to iOS, watchOS and macOS at WWDC. One of the most interesting takeaways from the report is that Apple is reportedly planning to remove one of the final Watch/iPhone dependencies and will be bolstering up some of its stock apps. Apple may be adding a watchOS version of the App Store to the wrist c...
Tags: Apple, TC, Tech, Bloomberg, Mark Gurman, watchOS, Animoji Memoji, WWDC 2019, Voice Memos Apple


iOS reportedly getting its very own swipe-to-type keyboard

Apple may be bringing an Android favorite to iOS at its software developers conference next month. Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has published a big list of little software tweaks his sources say are coming to iOS at WWDC. One of the more interesting notes is that Apple is reportedly going to be releasing its own swipe-to-text keyboard on iOS, something that has long been natively supported in Android. Users would no longer have to tap away on their keyboards in order to text and would be able to u...
Tags: Apple, Ios, TC, Tech, Bloomberg, App Store, Mark Gurman, WWDC 2019


A teardown of Samsung's Galaxy Fold reveals how 'alarmingly fragile' it is

A teardown of the Samsung Galaxy Fold indicates that its main display is fragile, according to iFixit. The website notes that the device's hinge lacks "ingress protection," which could make it possible for dust and debris to get lodged between the hinge and screen. The teardown comes after Samsung recently delayed the launch of the Galaxy Fold after the screens on some review units had broken. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  Samsung's much-anticipated foldable phone has b...
Tags: Samsung, Trends, Bloomberg, Mark Gurman, Marques Brownlee, Samsung Galaxy Fold


Daily News Roundup: Know When to Fold ‘Em

The first reviews of the Samsung Galaxy Fold—the company’s $2000 folding phone—landed a few days ago. Yesterday, some of those same review units were already broken. Four journalists all experienced display failure after two days of use. Oh man. Dieter Bohn of The Verge,  Steve Kovach of CNBC, Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, and tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee (MKBHD) all experienced catastrophic display failure on their Fold review units. The interesting part is that the issue seems to manifest for d...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Crafts, Facebook, Samsung, Adidas, Bloomberg, Sprint, Wall Street Journal, Orwell, Mark Gurman, Cnbc, Engadget, Bohn, Dieter Bohn, Gurman


Review units of Samsung's folding phone are breaking, and it's a potential fiasco that threatens the company's fragile reputation

Multiple journalists say that their early review units of the new Samsung Galaxy Fold have broken within days of getting them. The buzzy device is expected to be the first foldable smartphone from a major manufacturer when it officially launches next week — though experts we spoke to say that it wouldn't be crazy for Samsung to delay the launch. But if the hardware issue is widespread, it could be a nightmare for the company, and highlights the risks of rushing to be first. And it comes just a...
Tags: Facebook, Washington Post, Samsung, Trends, Bloomberg, Silicon Valley, Andreessen Horowitz, Signal, Mark Gurman, Cnbc, Marques Brownlee, Patrick Moorhead, Moor Insights Strategy, Watch Google, Brownlee, Bohn


Samsung's $2,000 Galaxy Fold Units Are Failing Left and Right With Disastrous Display Issues

Four Samsung Galaxy Fold review units in the hands of major US tech journalists all experienced device-breaking display failures today. AndroidPolice: Steve Kovach of CNBC, Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, and Dieter Bohn of The Verge have reported major failures of their phones' display panels, just two days after receiving them. To say this is a disaster for Samsung is probably underselling it. Well-known YouTuber MKBHD claims to be having similar problems, but hasn't posted any images. Bohn and Kova...
Tags: US, Samsung, Tech, Bloomberg, Mark Gurman, Cnbc, Brownlee, Bohn, Dieter Bohn, Gurman, Steve Kovach, Kovach, Samsung Galaxy Fold


Review units of Samsung's $2,000 Galaxy Fold are already breaking — here's what it's been like to use so far

Samsung's Galaxy Fold is the company's first smartphone to come with a foldable display, enabling it to seamlessly switch between phone and tablet mode. Given its large 7.3-inch screen, I found the Fold to be most useful in tablet mode. Here's a closer look at how it works and what it's been like to use it.  Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Samsung is just days away from releasing its first foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Fold, which will start at $1,980 when it hits stores on Apri...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Trends, Bloomberg, Xiaomi, Huawei, Mark Gurman, Cnbc, Dieter Bohn, Galaxy Fold


Some reviewers say their $2,000 Samsung Galaxy Fold foldable smartphones are breaking after just two days of use

Four reviewers of Samsung's Galaxy Fold foldable smartphone are complaining that the phone's display has broken after just two days of use.  The issue seems related to taking off a plastic film cover from the Galaxy Fold's display that's not designed to be removed — but at least one reviewer said his Galaxy Fold's display still broke even after keeping the film on the display.  Another reviewer said a bulge developed under their Galaxy Fold's display, eventually breaking it. This issue doesn't...
Tags: Samsung, Trends, Bloomberg, Mark Gurman, Cnbc, Marques Brownlee, Brownlee, Gurman, Steve Kovach, Galaxy Fold, Samsung Galaxy Fold, Business Insider s Galaxy Fold, Tech YouTuber Marques Brownlee, Galaxy Fold Business Insider


Apple is rumored to release a pair of high-end headphones this year — here's everything we know (AAPL)

Apple reportedly plans to release a pair of high-end over-ear headphones in 2019. These headphones would differ from Apple's Beats line of headphones, and feature Apple branding instead of the Beats logo. A pair of studio-quality Apple headphones is bound to be successful, for many reasons. Apple plans to release a pair of high-end over-ear headphones in 2019, to compete with the likes of Bose and Sennheiser. Last June, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman reported that Apple's over-ear headphones would b...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Bloomberg, Bose, Mark Gurman, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, United States Apple


Apple had a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week — here's what happened (AAPL)

Coming off a week of surprise product-related announcements, Apple was expecting to have a great week to close out March. The company held a star-studded event in Cupertino, California, where it unveiled its ambitious TV plans. But a handful of not-so-great things also happened to Apple last week. Last Monday, Apple held a big event at the Steve Jobs Theater at its new headquarters in Cupertino, California, where it unveiled a handful of new premium services: for news and magazines, video gam...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Reese Witherspoon, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Intel, United States, Tim Cook, Oprah Winfrey, Itc, Qualcomm, Steven Spielberg, Mark Gurman, Cupertino California, US International Trade Commission ITC


Patently-O Bits and Bytes by Juvan Bonni

Recent Headlines in the IP World: Jenene Thomas:Motus: Motus GI Expands Intellectual Property Portfolio with Issuance of New U.S. Patent for the Pure-Vu® System (Source: Associated Press) Teri Dahlman Maura Gavaghan: Translate Bio Granted U.S. Patent Relating to Messenger RNA (mRNA) Delivery (Source: Associated Press) Susan Decker, Ian King, and Mark Gurman: Apple Dodges One Import Ban in Qualcomm Fight, Faces Another (Source: Bloomberg) David Tracy: Ford Patents a Way to Turn Your Pickup Tr...
Tags: Law, Washington Post, Ford, Associated Press, Patent, Mark Gurman, Motus, Bits and Bytes, Juvan Bonni, Mark P McKenna, Jenene Thomas, Teri Dahlman Maura Gavaghan, Susan Decker Ian King, Bloomberg David Tracy, Google Patents Commentary, Raad Ahmed


Apple is rumored to release a pair of high-end headphones this year, and they will probably be a huge hit like AirPods (AAPL)

Apple reportedly plans to release a pair of high-end over-ear headphones in 2019. These headphones would differ from Apple's Beats line of headphones, and feature Apple branding instead of the Beats logo. A pair of studio-quality Apple headphones is bound to be successful, for many reasons. Buried in a January report from Bloomberg about Sonos was a nugget some might not have known about: Apple plans to release a pair of high-end over-ear headphones in 2019, to compete with the likes of Bose ...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Trends, Bloomberg, Bose, Mark Gurman, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Gurman, AirPods AAPL, Sennheiser Apple


Apple To Target Combining iPhone, iPad and Mac Apps by 2021: Report (slashdot)

Mark Gurman, reporting for Bloomberg: Apple wants to make it easier for software coders to create tools, games and other applications for its main devices in one fell swoop -- an overhaul designed to encourage app development and, ultimately, boost revenue. The ultimate goal of the multistep initiative, code-named "Marzipan," is by 2021 to help developers build an app once and have it work on the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers, said people familiar with the effort. That should spur the creation ...
Tags: Apple, News, Mac, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Mark Gurman, Mac App Stores, Msmash


This Apple Rumor That Refuses to Die Is a Very Good Idea

This morning Mark Gurman of Bloomberg reported that sources tell him Apple is planning to create a unified app architecture that works across macOS and iOS, and that it ties into a bid to develop an Apple computer with an Apple-designed CPU inside. Your Apple apps will be cross-platform, and the line between iOS and…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Bloomberg, ARM, Mark Gurman, Consumer Tech, X86, Marzipan, The Great Merge


Apple To Target Combining iPhone, iPad and Mac Apps by 2021: Report

Mark Gurman, reporting for Bloomberg: Apple wants to make it easier for software coders to create tools, games and other applications for its main devices in one fell swoop -- an overhaul designed to encourage app development and, ultimately, boost revenue. The ultimate goal of the multistep initiative, code-named "Marzipan," is by 2021 to help developers build an app once and have it work on the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers, said people familiar with the effort. That should spur the creation ...
Tags: Apple, Mac, Tech, Bloomberg, Tim Cook, Mark Gurman, Mac App Stores


Apple’s next iPhones and iPads: Triple camera, 3-D back camera for AR, new Face ID, iOS 13 Dark Mode, new cheap iPad

Rumor has it that Apple is testing a triple camera system for iPhones in 2019, plus other improvements including 'dark mode.' Less expensive iPads and an updated iPhone XR are also said to be in development. Here’s Apple’s Plans for 2019, 2020 iPhones and iPads — Triple camera for extra pixels, 3-D back camera for AR, new Face ID, iOS 13 Dark Mode, codenames, Live Photos revamp, new cheap iPad and iPad Mini, and many more details: https://t.co/vZ14mO7Uyq — Mark Gurman (@markgurman) January 30...
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Here's what Apple is planning for its 2019 iPhones (AAPL)

Apple is preparing new iPhones with a powerful 3D camera, reports Bloomberg. The largest new iPhone will reportedly include three cameras on the back. Apple usually announces new iPhones in September.  Bloomberg is out with a new report describing some of Apple's product roadmap for 2019 and 2020. Apple typically launches new iPhones in September, and its plans are reportedly starting to be locked down now.  The biggest change to next year's iPhones? A better camera.  Bloomberg's Mark Gurman ...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal, British Airways, Mark Gurman, Max, Ming Chi Kuo Based


Apple is reportedly going to release over-ear headphones this year, and they will probably be a huge hit like AirPods (AAPL)

Apple reportedly plans to release a pair of high-end over-ear headphones in 2019. These headphones would differ from Apple's Beats line of headphones, and feature Apple branding instead of the Beats logo. A pair of studio-quality Apple headphones is bound to be successful, for many reasons. Buried in a Thursday report from Bloomberg about Sonos was a nugget some might not have known about: Apple plans to release a pair of high-end over-ear headphones in 2019, to compete with the likes of Bose...
Tags: Apple, China, Samsung, Trends, Siri, Bloomberg, Bose, Mark Gurman, Doppler Labs, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Gurman, AirPods Apple, AirPods AAPL, Sennheiser Apple


Apple Pencil 2 With AirPods-Like Pairing Expected to Launch Alongside iPad Pro With Face ID (mac rumors)

A new version of the Apple Pencil with an AirPods-like pairing process will be released for the rumored iPad Pro with Face ID, expected to be announced later this month, according to 9to5Mac's Guilherme Rambo:The new Apple Pencil will be paired with iPad Pro by proximity, much like AirPods or HomePod. Switching between devices will be possible without connecting the Apple Pencil to the charging port. It's unclear whether the current model of Apple Pencil will work with the new iPad.It's unclear ...
Tags: Apple, News, Bloomberg, Macbook, Tim Cook, Brussels, MacBook Air, Mark Gurman, Apple Pencil, Joe Rossignol, Ming Chi Kuo, Rambo, Steve Hemmerstoffer, Rambo Apple


Apple slides as trade war tensions overshadow the company's upcoming product launches (AAPL)

Apple slides as trade war tensions overshadow the company's new product unveiling on Wednesday. President Donald Trump threatened on Friday to hit China with duties on another $267 billion worth of goods. Apple warned that the proposed tariffs could result in a price raise for Apple Watch and AirPods. Watch Apple trade in real-time here. Shares of Apple slid Monday as mounting trade war tensions overshadowed the company's upcoming product launches. The smartphone maker is expected to unveil ...
Tags: Apple, China, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Apple Watch, Donald Trump, Mark Gurman, Aapl, Trump, California Apple, AirPods Watch Apple, US Trade Representatives


Apple may name its new iPhones 'Xs,' 'Xs Max,' and 'Xr,' according to a new report (AAPL)

Apple will likely unveil three new iPhones at its September event on Wednesday. A new report from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman says Apple could name its new iPhones "Xs," "Xs Max," and "Xr." Gurman has a solid track record with reporting Apple news before it's officially announced. Apple is widely expected to unveil three new iPhones at its September event this Wednesday, and a new report from Bloomberg's Mark Gurman says Apple could name its iPhone X successors the iPhone "Xs," "Xs Max," and "Xr....
Tags: Apple, Trends, Bloomberg, Mark Gurman, Max, Aapl, Gurman, Gurman Apple, Xr Gurman


Apple Records First-Ever Accident In Self-Driving Car Program

Apple's self-driving car program has reported its first-ever accident, according to a filing to the state's DMV. No injuries were reported. AppleInsider reports: A test car was rear-ended by a Nissan Leaf while merging onto an expressway, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman said on Twitter. The Apple vehicle suffered "moderate" damage. Details are still forthcoming, so it's unclear if the fault was with the Nissan driver, Apple's hardware and software, or some combination of the two. In an update, AppleInsi...
Tags: Apple, California, Tech, Bloomberg, Nissan, Mark Gurman, Bay Area, Nissan Leaf, Gurman, Steve Kenner


Apple to Debut Low-Cost MacBook Air With Retina Display, Revamped Pro-Focused Mac Mini in 2018 (mac rumors)

Apple is working on several new products for its Mac lineup, including a new low-cost MacBook Air and a Pro-focused Mac mini, reports Bloomberg's Mark Gurman. The upcoming low-cost MacBook Air will be similar in design to the current MacBook Air, but with slimmer bezels around the display. It will continue to be sized around 13 inches, and it will feature a Retina display. We've heard multiple rumors about the upcoming low-cost notebook, but it has been unclear whether it is part of the ...
Tags: Apple, News, Mac, Bloomberg, Macbook, MacBook Air, Retina, Mark Gurman, MacBook Air Apple, Juli Clover, MacBook Air Today, MacBook Right, Mac Mini Don t Buy MacBook Air Don


Google is reportedly building Fuchsia OS to replace Android on all its devices (Update: not anytime soon)

Bloomberg’s Mark Bergen and Mark Gurman have a juicy scoop on Google’s secretive Fuchsia OS project, which we’ve been hearing about for the past couple of years. The company is reportedly working to flesh out the platform to eventually run on a wide range of devices, and perhaps even replace Android on Google-branded hardware someday. The project now has more than 100 engineers on board, as well as Matias Duarte, the brains behind Google’s Material Design language for the Android interface. Unli...
Tags: Google, Startups, Bloomberg, Mark Gurman, Matias Duarte, Mark Bergen


Google is reportedly building Fuchsia OS to replace Android on all its devices

Bloomberg’s Mark Bergen and Mark Gurman have a juicy scoop on Google’s secretive Fuchsia OS project, which we’ve been hearing about for the past couple of years. The company is reportedly working to flesh out the platform to eventually run on a wide range of devices, and perhaps even replace Android on Google-branded hardware someday. The project now has more than 100 engineers on board, as well as Matias Duarte, the brains behind Google’s Material Design language for the Android interface. Unli...
Tags: Google, Startups, Bloomberg, Mark Gurman, Matias Duarte, Mark Bergen