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Apple may announce 4 new iPhones next month — here are 3 features we'd love for Apple to include

Apple's iPhone 11 Crystal Cox/Business Insider Apple is expected to unveil its iPhone 12 lineup in October. The phones will reportedly come with 5G support, a new design, and a faster processor among other changes. But I'd also like to see practical features like an always-on display and a fingerprint sensor, features that are available on competing Android devices. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As Apple does every fall, the tech giant is expected to reveal new ad...
Tags: Apple, Google, Android, Facebook, Samsung, Trends, Tech, Bloomberg, Smartphones, Features, Barclays, Apple Watch, Oneplus, Mark Gurman, Ipad Pro, iPad Air


Kuo: Apple to Accelerate Adoption of Mini-LED Displays in iPad and Mac Notebook Lineups

Increased competition among Apple's suppliers for mini-LED display chips will accelerate the company's adoption of the advanced technology in its iPad and MacBook lineups, according to a new research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo seen by MacRumors. Kuo says that while Epistar had been predicted to be the exclusive supplier of mini-LED chips for Apple products in 2021, Sanan Optoelectronics has experienced better than expected development on the technology and will also begin supplying Apple ...
Tags: Apple, Featured, China, Macbook, Seoul, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, OSRAM, MacRumors Kuo, Mini-LED, Epistar, Ming Chi Kuo Mini, Sanan Optoelectronics


Rumor Report Card: Assessing the Accuracy of Leaks After Apple's Event

Apple hosted its virtual "Time Flies" event this week, where it introduced four new products, including the Apple Watch Series 6, lower-cost Apple Watch SE, a 10.9-inch iPad Air with an all-screen design, and an updated 10.2-inch iPad with a faster A12 Bionic chip. As expected, there were no new iPhones, which are believed to be coming in October instead. Apple also announced that it will be offering its various services in a bundle called Apple One starting later this year, including an all-...
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Apple Watch Series 6 Features U1 Chip for Ultra Wideband

Apple Watch Series 6 models are equipped with a U1 chip for Ultra Wideband support, according to tech specs on Apple's website. Introduced in iPhone 11 models last year, the U1 chip enables improved spatial awareness. The distance between two devices that support Ultra Wideband can be measured precisely by calculating the time that it takes for a radio wave to pass between the two devices, with much more accuracy than Bluetooth LE and Wi-Fi. Apple has so far only used the technology to power...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Apple Watch, Ming Chi Kuo, Ultra Wideband, September 2020 event, Bluetooth LE and Wi Fi Apple


Best Buy Lists 'iPhone SE Plus' Screen Protector With iPhone 8 Plus Dimensions

As spotted by an eagle-eyed Reddit user, Best Buy has listed a screen protector for an unreleased "iPhone SE Plus 2020" on its website. The screen protector is also listed as compatible with the iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 8 Plus. The screen protector comes from the Insignia brand, which is owned by Best Buy itself. While there actually have been rumors of an iPhone SE Plus launching in the second half of 2021, it is unlikely that Best Buy would be privy to any information about ...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Best Buy, Reddit, Ming Chi Kuo, iPhone SE, Face ID Multiple


Apple iPhone 12 series will not feature a 120Hz display: Rumour

We are close to Apple’s next hardware event ‘Time Flies‘ that will be held today, the September 15th, and we have some new fresh, rather disappointing, rumours for the iPhone 12 series that are expected to be unveiled in a separate event next month. According to Apple analyst, Ming Chi-Kuo, the entire iPhone 12 series … Continue reading "Apple iPhone 12 series will not feature a 120Hz display: Rumour"
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Kuo: iPhone 12 Lineup Won't Support 120Hz, 5.4-Inch Model Will Have Slightly Narrower Notch

iPhone 12 models will not support a 120Hz refresh rate due to battery life considerations, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said today. In a research note obtained by MacRumors, Kuo added that the 5.4-inch iPhone 12 will feature a slightly narrower notch. Kuo expects tomorrow's Apple event to be focused on new Apple Watch and iPad Air models, with iPhone 12 models expected to follow in October. More details to follow… Tag: Ming-Chi Kuo This article, "Kuo: iPhone 12 Lineup Won't Support 120Hz, 5.4-...
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What to Expect From Apple's September 15 Event: New Apple Watch Series 6 and iPad Air [Updated]

Last Minute Updates Some last minute leaks have come in ahead of Tuesday's event, confirming which devices we can expect to see Apple unveil, and which features they might offer. According to often-accurate analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the event will not include new iPhones, and will instead focus on new Apple Watch and iPad Air models. Kuo believes the new Apple Watch models will have a similar form factor to the Series 5, with the key new feature being blood oxygen sensing. Bloomberg's Mark Gurma...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Mac, Bloomberg, Intel, Apple Watch, MacBook Air, Amazon Echo, Mark Gurman, Macbook Pro, MacRumors YouTube, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Prosser, Gurman, Apple Music Apple


What to Expect at the Apple Event: New Apple Watch Series 6, iPad Air, No iPhone 12

Last Minute Updates Some last minute leaks have come in ahead of Tuesday's event, confirming which devices we can expect to see Apple unveil, and which features they might offer. AirPods and iOS 14 Apple introduced new versions of the AirPods Pro firmware that supports spatial audio for the first time. Spacial audio is a new feature in iOS 14 which is presently in beta. The release right before the event suggests that we will likely see the Gold Master of ‌iOS 14‌ tomorrow with public rele...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Mac, Bloomberg, Intel, Apple Watch, MacBook Air, Amazon Echo, Mark Gurman, Macbook Pro, MacRumors YouTube, Ming Chi Kuo, Evan Blass, Kuo, Prosser, Gurman


What to Expect at the Apple Event on Sept 15: New Apple Watch Series 6 and iPad Air [Updated]

Last Minute Updates Some last minute leaks have come in ahead of Tuesday's event, confirming which devices we can expect to see Apple unveil, and which features they might offer. AirPods and iOS 14 Apple introduced new versions of the AirPods Pro firmware that supports spatial audio for the first time. Spacial audio is a new feature in iOS 14 which is presently in beta. The release right before the event suggests that we will likely see the Gold Master of ‌iOS 14‌ tomorrow with public rele...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Mac, Bloomberg, Intel, Apple Watch, MacBook Air, Amazon Echo, Mark Gurman, Macbook Pro, MacRumors YouTube, Ming Chi Kuo, Evan Blass, Kuo, Prosser, Gurman


What to Expect From Apple's September 15 Event: New Apple Watch Series 6 and iPad Air

Apple is holding a digital-only fall event on Tuesday, September 15, but this year's event may be different from other September events we've had in the past because we might not see iPhone announcements. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Current rumors indicate Apple's September 15 event, which features the tagline "Time Flies," will focus on the Apple Watch Series 6 and new iPads, with a second iPhone-focused event coming in October. We've rounded up everythin...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Mac, Bloomberg, Intel, Apple Watch, MacBook Air, Amazon Echo, Mark Gurman, Macbook Pro, MacRumors YouTube, Ming Chi Kuo, Google Home, Jon Prosser, AirPods Studio, AirPods Studio Apple


Apple may soon release a new product called 'AirTags' that would help you find lost items with your iPhone — here's everything we know so far

Apple Apple is reportedly planning to release a new accessory that would communicate with your iPhone to help you find lost belongings.The product, reportedly called AirTags, would be similar to the trackers and stickers sold by Tile.AirTags would integrate with the iPhone's Find My app, allowing you to keep tabs on misplaced products so long as they're marked with one of Apple's tags.Apple has yet to confirm the existence of such a product, but one analyst suggests it could debut in the f...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Trends, Tech, Bloomberg, Features, Mark Gurman, Tile, Apple Apple, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Tech Insider, Lisa Eadicicco, Find My iPhone, Stephen Lam, TF International Securities


Everything I want from Apple’s rumored AirTags

Earlier this year, reputed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that the company is set to releaseTile-like tags to find your wallet, bag, keys, and such. Now, according to Nikkei Asian Review, Apple AirTags are already under production. The iPhone-maker is hosting an event on September 15 and there’s a chance it might unveil the new product during the keynote presentation — even if it ships later. Apple is pretty good at designing things, so I expect these tags to be compact enough to keep into my w...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Ming Chi Kuo, Plugged, Nikkei Asian Review Apple


The Apple Watch is finally getting 1 major feature it's been missing that Fitbit has offered for years. Here's everything we know about the next model so far.

The Apple Watch Series 5 Crystal Cox/Business Insider Apple is expected to release a new Apple Watch in 2020, as it's done every year since 2015.The biggest new addition to this year's watch is expected to be sleep tracking, a feature that would help Apple catch up to rivals like Fitbit and Samsung.Otherwise, the next Apple Watch, which is expected to be called the Series 6, is rumored to come with faster performance and better water resistance. Here's what else we know.Visit Business Insid...
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Supply Chain Prepares for New Apple Watch Models and Third-Generation AirPods

Apple supplier ASE Technology is packaging core chips for at least two new Apple Watch models based on its system-in-package technology, and it will also incorporate the technology into third-generation AirPods, according to DigiTimes. Earlier this week, Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and Debby Wu reported that the new Apple Watch lineup will include a successor to the Apple Watch Series 5 and a replacement for the Series 3 that will compete with lower-cost fitness trackers like Fitbits. While new ...
Tags: Apple, Bloomberg, Apple Watch, Mark Gurman, Digitimes.com, Don, Ming Chi Kuo, AirPods, Debby Wu, DigiTimes Earlier


Apple's iPhone 12 announcement may be coming soon, introducing big changes like a new design, 5G, and 3D cameras. Here's everything we know about it.

Hollis Johnson/Business Insider Apple will likely add 5G support to its 2020 flagship iPhones, according to early reports and rumors.Other than 5G connectivity, the phones are said to feature a more advanced 3D camera and new size options.The addition of 5G could boost demand for Apple's new iPhones as customers are upgrading their smartphones less often.Apple's new iPhones are expected to launch a few weeks later than usual this year because of the coronavirus.Visit Business Insider's ...
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5 features we're expecting to see on the iPhone 12 that Android phones already have

Apple's iPhone 11 lineup Hollis Johnson/Business Insider The iPhone 12 is expected to be a major upgrade that will bring new features like 5G compatibility, OLED screens across all models, and a new design.Some of these features, however, have already been available on competing Android devices for a while.Here's a look at some of the features we're expecting to see on the next iPhone, from screens with higher refresh rates to an in-screen fingerprint sensor, that are already available ...
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AirPods Pro Shipments Likely to Equal AirPods 2 Shipments By End of 2020

Shipments of Apple's higher-end AirPods Pro wireless earbuds are expected to equal those of its second-generation AirPods by the end of the year, according to industry sources (via DigiTimes). Pictured: ‌AirPods‌ 2 (left) and ‌AirPods Pro‌ Apple's shipments for ‌AirPods Pro‌ have been growing steadily since its launch in October 2019, likely to equal those of ‌AirPods‌ 2 by the end of 2020, an encouraging development for SiP substrate suppliers including Taiwan's Nan Ya PCB and Korean makers, ...
Tags: Apple, Taiwan, Ming Chi Kuo, DigiTimes, Kuo, AirPods, AirPods Pro, Nan Ya PCB, Counterpoint Research According


Apple is expected to release 2 new Apple Watch models this fall for the first time — including a cheaper watch to rival Fitbit

Crystal Cox/Business Insider Apple may release two new smartwatches this year for the first time, according to Bloomberg.One model would replace the Apple Watch Series 5, while the other would succeed the Apple Watch Series 3.Apple needs to sell a cheaper watch alongside its flagship model to remain competitive with Fitbit.The company has usually sold older watches at lower prices alongside its new Apple Watch, but the only other model in the company's lineup is the Series 3, which is almo...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Trends, Tech, Bloomberg, Smartwatches, Apple Watch, Fitbit, Mark Gurman, Ming Chi Kuo, Tech Insider, Lisa Eadicicco, Crystal Cox, Debby Wu, MacRumors Earlier, Apple Watch Series 6


Kuo: mmWave 5G iPhone Shipments Likely to Be Weaker Than Expected in 2020-21

Apple's upcoming iPhone 12 models will all include 5G support, and several rumors have suggested that some if not all the new iPhones coming this fall will support both sub-6GHz and mmWave networks, which are two different 5G technologies that carriers are rolling out. The fastest technology, mmWave, will be used in dense areas like major cities. The longer-distance sub-6GHz networks will be available more broadly in urban, suburban and rural areas. Due to the impact of the global health crisi...
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Third-Generation AirPods Again Rumored to Launch in First Half of 2021

Apple's third-generation AirPods have once again been rumored to be launching in the first half of 2021, according to DigiTimes. The claim comes in a paywalled preview of an upcoming report indicating that Apple's supply chain partner Inventec will only account for 20% or less of assembly orders for the new model. Apple has multiple assembly partners for its ‌AirPods‌ in addition to Inventec, including Luxshare and Goertek.Inventec unlikely to grab major orders for next-gen ‌AirPods‌ Invente...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Digitimes.com, Inventec, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, AirPods, Luxshare, Goertek Inventec


Report: Super-Lightweight 12-inch MacBook Powered By Apple Silicon to Launch This Year

Apple has designed a 12-inch MacBook powered by Apple Silicon that weighs less than one kilogram and the company intends to launch it by the end of the year, according to a new report today. Codenamed "Tonga," Apple's first ARM-based Mac will use an A14X processor, manufactured by TSMC, and have a battery life of between 15 and 20 hours, according to the Chinese-language newspaper The China Times. According to Apple's supply chain, Apple is expected to launch a Macbook with a 12-inch Retina...
Tags: Apple, Twitter, Featured, Mac, Bloomberg, Intel, Macbook, MacBook Air, TSMC, Macbook Pro, Tonga, 12-inch Macbook, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, Bloomberg Apple, MacBook Air Today


Report: Apple Silicon iMac With Custom GPU to Launch in Second Half of 2021

Apple will debut a powerful custom-designed graphics procesing unit in its first Arm-based iMac which is set to launch in the second half of next year, according to a new report today. Codenamed "Lifuka," the self-developed GPU to feature in the Apple Silicon powered ‌iMac‌ will be produced using TSMC's 5-nanometer manufacturing process, and will offer better performance and be more energy efficient than the Intel processor it replaces, according to the Chinese-language newspaper The China Ti...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Mac, Bloomberg, Intel, Amd, Gpu, TSMC, iMac, Tonga, Ming Chi Kuo, Kuo, China Times, Apple Silicon, Apple Silicon iMac With Custom GPU, Silicon 's Mac


Alleged 10.8-Inch iPad Design Schematics Emerge

Alleged design schematics for an updated iPad with a 10.8-inch display have been shared by 91Mobiles. The schematics reportedly show an ‌iPad‌ with a 10.8-inch display. This correlates with a previous report from supply-chain analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, which said that Apple plans to launch a new 10.8-inch ‌iPad‌ in the second half of 2020. Although 91Mobiles claims that the schematics are for a low cost, eighth-generation ‌iPad‌, it is also possible that the device depicted is in fact an ‌iPad‌ A...
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Top Stories: iPad Air With Touch ID Power Button, iOS 14 Beta 6, Latest in Epic Games vs. Apple

The dispute between Apple and Epic Games continued to be all over the news this week, but we also saw an interesting leak that claims an upcoming revamped iPad Air will incorporate Touch ID into the power button. Other news this week included a fresh beta of iOS 14 with a few more tweaks as Apple begins finalizing things and tightening up the beta release cycles, more iPhone 12 rumors, a big stock payday for Tim Cook, and our thoughts on Samsung's latest Galaxy Note20 and what features we'd l...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Featured, Samsung, Top Stories, Epic, Tim Cook, SEC, App Store, Epic Games, Ming Chi Kuo, Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers, Fortnite, Ross Young, Jon Prosser, MacRumors Newsletter Each


Apple Losing Share of Wireless Earbuds Market Despite Growing AirPods Sales

Apple will grow its share of the true wireless earbuds market by a third this year, despite losing its dominant position in the space to more affordable alternatives, according to Counterpoint Research (via ). Apple accounted for nearly half of all sales of true wireless earbuds in 2019 and is expected to grow to 82 million units this year, according to the report. However, its lead has been eroded by the arrival of Chinese rival brands, shrinking its share to just over a third of the market...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Xiaomi, ANC, Ming Chi Kuo, DigiTimes, Liz Lee, AirPods, AirPods Pro, Lypertek Tevi, Jon Prosser, Ming Chi Kuo zwnj, Counterpoint Research via Apple