Expert answers whether you should hold off on buying iPhone 14 - PhoneArena

Apple is not the fastest when it comes to flashy specs and for that reason, the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max might fail to impress some consumers. The standard models - the 6.1-inch iPhone 14 and the 6.7-inch iphone 14 Max - will be even less of an upgrade as they probably keep the same design, chip, and, camera as the current standard variants.
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With iPhone 14 coming soon, Apple changes the focus of its television advertising - PhoneArena

Apple's Services unit is the company's second-largest business segment after iPhone. It includes Apple Music, Apple News+, Apple TV+, Fitness+, iCloud, and more. In 2020, apple created the Apple One bundle which has three separate tiers of service.
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3 days ago

Google agrees to $60 million penalty for tracking Android users against their will - PhoneArena

Google will have to pay a fine of $60 million for misleading Australian consumers about its location data collection process between January 2017 and December 2018. The federal court sided with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) on the complaint that Google continued tracking the movements of Android and Pixel users unless they said No or Do Not Collect to both Location History and Web & App Activity. The issue may have affected nearly 1.3 million Australian users.
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3 days ago

Rich company problems: Apple has stopped buying a company every month because of the economy - PhoneArena

Apple spent $33 million on dealmaking in its last fiscal year and $169 million in the first nine months of 2022, down from $1.5 billion in the fiscal year 2020. In 2021, the Cupertino giant's only known takeover was of the streaming service Primephonic and in 2022, it made only two known acquisitions: Credit Kudos, which makes tech for calculating credit scores, and AI Music.
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1 weeks ago

Apple AR/MR headset could arrive as soon as January 2023 and will cost more than $2000 - PhoneArena

Ming-Chi Kuo published a detailed research note on August 7th with a thorough assessment of Apple’s upcoming headset. According to Kuo, the shipment expectations are relatively low, with a preliminary estimate of 1.5 million units being shipped. The MR/AR headset will likely debut at a price of $2000-2500. The ostentatious price tag will likely further stifle demand.
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1 weeks ago

Apple teaches you how to take memorable photos and videos using iPhone - PhoneArena

The first video is titled How to Make a Video Montage in Cinematic Mode on iPhone with Arielle Bobb-Willis, which is pretty self-explanatory. The video is hosted by Today at Apple Creative Pro Jahmyra.
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1 weeks ago

IPhone 14 could land earlier than expected - PhoneArena

Bloomberg's Mark Gurman today revealed in his PowerOn newsletter that Apple is gearing up for the September iPhone 14 launch event. It will not be a live event apparently and Apple has already started recording it. It will be broadcasted in the first half of the next month. An earlier rumor had said that we would see the phones on September 13.
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1 weeks ago

Apple could push back the launch of iPadOS 16 to October - PhoneArena

Apple is pushing back the release of iPadOS 16 to October. The unusual move marks a break with Apple’s tradition of releasing software updates almost invariably in September. It aligns the software release more closely with the prospective launch of the new iPads.
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1 weeks ago

Musk accuses Twitter of fraud over the number of fake accounts in a legal filing - PhoneArena

Elon Musk accuses Twitter of fraud for the number of fake accounts on the platform. Earlier, Twitter took him to court for backing out of a deal that was already accepted. The social media platform claimed Musk abandoned the acquisition because of stock market turbulence. And then Musk retaliated, now claiming in a legal filing that Twitter had concealed the true number of. Fake accounts.
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1 weeks ago

'Bleak' European smartphone market report provides both good and bad news for Samsung and Apple - PhoneArena

Only around 40 million smartphones were sold in Europe between April and June of this year. That's a huge decline of 11 and 13 percent from Q2 2021 and Q1 2022 respectively. This is apparently the lowest such total registered since Q2 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic was wreaking havoc on so many branches of the tech industry.
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1 weeks ago

Taiwan tensions raise question marks over chip supply stability - PhoneArena

Tensions between U.S., China, and Taiwan are high. Tech firms that depend on TSMC to manufacture chips include Apple, Qualcomm, Mediatek, Nvidia, Intel, AMD and more. China accounts for 10% of TSMC's revenue leading Liu to state if they need us, it's not a bad thing.
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1 weeks ago

Average iPhone 14 and Apple 2022 watch family prices seemingly set to rise - PhoneArena

IPhone shipments jumped by 3 percent compared to the same period last year during the third fiscal quarter, but other categories, such as Macs, iPad, and wearables took a hit. Apple also apparently has three watch models in the pipeline - the Apple Watch Series 8 , a budget SE model, and a new rugged Pro model.
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2 weeks ago

Apple reports record revenue for fiscal third quarter; Services, iPhone save the day - PhoneArena

Services showed a 12.11% increase in revenue from the $17.49 billion reported during last year's fiscal third quarter to $19.60 billion announced this year. The device generated $40.67 billion in revenue over the three-months.
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2 weeks ago

Apple looking to hire engineers for its third Israeli R&D site for Mac chips - PhoneArena

Apple is going two open a third development center in Israel. They will participate in Israel-based flagship projects, specifically the development of Mac processors. The company opened its first site in Israel in Herzliya in 2015.
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2 weeks ago

Samsung claims Galaxy S22 and Tab S8 series sales are 'solid', but profits continue to go down - PhoneArena

Samsung's mobile (aka MX and Networks) division is not doing well from the always crucial profitability standpoint. Operating profit is also on the rise year-on-year, from 12.57 trillion Korean won in Q2 2021 to KRW 14.1 trillion (10.8 billion US dollars) between April and June 2022. Samsung is bracing for stagnant smartphone sales and higher profit numbers after its next big foldable models are released.
#Samsung #Korean #GalaxyS22 #News #BusinessNews #BusinessIndustrial


2 weeks ago

Apple reportedly hires a Lamborghini design executive for the Apple Car project - PhoneArena

Luigi Taraborrelli, a 20-year veteran of Lamborghini, will reportedly lead the design of the Apple Car project. The Car project has seen some setbacks and challenges, marked by somewhat high turnover, with many engineers leaving and new ones starting. Apple also hired former Tesla autopilot chief Stuart Bowers, who is reportedly working on self-driving technology for the car.
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2 weeks ago

US antitrust bill that would place restrictions on tech giants may not have enough votes to pass - PhoneArena

The American Choice and Innovation Act antitrust bill may not have enough votes to pass and become legislation. If it becomes legislation, it will place a lot of restrictions on big tech giants, aiming to prevent them from anti-competitive practices. Companies that would be affected include Apple, Google, Meta, and amazon.
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2 weeks ago

Apple set to slash the prices of some of its products in China

The decision marks an unexpected turn in Apple’s pricing policy. Apple is known for keeping the prices of its iPhones stable in-between generations and rarely alters them mid-release cycle.
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2 weeks ago

No 4nm, but these other improvements could still help iPhone 14 become the speed king - PhoneArena

Apple usually equips all its phones with the same chip, but this year only the iPhone 14 Pro and 6.7-inch iPhone Max will get last year's A15 Bionic. Macworld speculates that the A16 Bionic could feature around 18 billion to 20 billion transistors, up from 15 billion in iPhone 13's chip. Apple could incorporate ARM's new instruction set in the design, which should help boost the performance further.
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3 weeks ago

T-Mobile launches new Android tablet, offers it for free - PhoneArena

The Alcatel JOY TAB KIDS 2 is a free Android tablet that has just joined the Un-carrier’s portfolio. New and existing customers can get the Android tablet for free either in stores or online, although adding a qualifying tablet line is required. The specs are quite decent for an under $200 tablet, but the fact that it comes with Android 10 is a major deal-breaker.
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