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Apple was founded by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne on 1st of April 1976 in Cupertino, California, United States. Some question the valuation and other competitors rising.
Apple testing foldable iPhone displays, in-screen Touch ID
Saturday, 16 January 2021, 02:08:51
Apple has reportedly started working on a foldable phone and has even prototyped foldable screens.
Top insider says Apple is testing a crazy next-gen iPhone 13 feature
Saturday, 16 January 2021, 02:06:34
Apple is reportedly exploring a vapor chamber thermal system for use on future iPhone Pro models. Apple's next-gen iPhone 13 will reportedly be released this coming September. The iPhone 13 will reportedly boast a handful of camera improvements and a slightly smaller notch. It's only January but we've already seen quite a few rumors surrounding Apple's next-gen iPhone, a device Apple might call the iPhone 13. The most recent rumor comes to us from Ming-Chi Kuo, a noted Apple analyst who arguably has the best track record in the business when it comes to anticipating upcoming Apple products and new features. In a new research note obtained by StreetInsider , Kuo writes that Apple is “aggressively” testing a vapor chamber thermal system for use in upcoming iPhone models. Said to be a feature that may first appear on Apple's iPhone Pro lineup, the technology is designed to handle the higher thermal output that comes along with the iPhone's increasingly strong computing power and the inclusion of a 5G chipset.
Letters to the editor — Jan. 16, 2021
Saturday, 16 January 2021, 01:10:27
The Issue: Google, Apple and Amazon banning right-wing social-media app Parler from their stores. Many of my left-leaning friends are overjoyed with Amazon, Google and Apple combining their powers to pull the plug on their ideological rival, Parler (“Big Tech Goes Full Cartel,” Editorial, Jan. 11). Parler is not the cause of the Jan. 6…
— New York Post
Apple Considers Podcast Service To Better Compete With Spotify
Saturday, 16 January 2021, 00:58:00
Apple is exploring the addition of a premium subscription podcast tier to become a more competitive rival to Spotify, Bloomberg reported on Friday (Jan. 15), citing sources. The move comes as the tech giant ponders funding original programming, the sources told Bloomberg. For over 10 years Apple has dominated podcast distribution, offering the talk radio-style broadcasts […]
Apple reportedly ditching its most controversial feature in the next version of the MacBook Pro shows the company's finally listening to its customers
Saturday, 16 January 2021, 00:43:48
Summary List Placement Apple is planning on introducing updates to its MacBook Pro lineup that will include a 14-inch and 16-inch version, both featuring a higher-end variant of the M1 processor currently found in the current MacBook Air, Mac mini, and lower-end 13-inch MacBook Pro. That's according to supply chain analyst Ming-chi Kuo , who has a solid reputation for predicting Apple's otherwise highly-secret product plans . Kuo's report is backed up by Bloomberg's Mark Gurman , who suggests that Apple will finally get rid of the Touch Bar on the new models and plans to bring back MagSafe, the company's magnetic charging. Kuo also suggested that the laptops may see a return of additional ports, reversing Apple's current trend toward requiring adapters for anything that doesn't have a USB-C connector. Assuming these reports are accurate, I think it's fair to say that Apple is making some of its most important changes to the MacBook Pro in years — maybe ever. That's because not only is the company introducing new designs and getting rid of obnoxious features, it's taking advantage of the changes it already started this year.
— Business Insider
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