APPLE might be launching a new version of the 4.7-inch iPhone 8 at the start of next year. Sources claim that the smartphone would have updated internal components, and could help Apple take over the "mid-tier" smartphone market. Although the device will apparently look very similar to the old iPhone 8, the new version is expected to feature several upgrades. These include a … [Read more...] about Apple tipped to ‘re-release’ iPhone 8 in 2020 with small 4.7-inch screen and speed boost
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It's only April and the 2019 Apple iPhone models aren't expected to be unveiled until September. But Ben Geskin, the designer of many iPhone concepts, sent out a tweet today (via BGR) that included a photo of a phone that he thought could be the iPhone 11. And at first blush, this seemed credible considering that the phone was in the hand of Foxconn CEO Terry Gou. Foxconn, of … [Read more...] about Was that the Apple iPhone 11 in Foxconn CEO Terry Gou’s hands?
Apple apparently has an extensive lineup of iPhones planned for release later this year, but according to a new report (via DigiTimes) by the Economic Daily Times, the Cupertino giant is also preparing a revised version of the iPhone 8 that’ll arrive in early 2020.A revised iPhone 8 with Apple's latest internalsFrom the look of things, the upcoming smartphone will be … [Read more...] about Apple iPhone 8S to launch in early 2020 with 4.7-inch display, A13 processor
APPLE is going bold with the camera design of its latest iPhone. An online leak suggests the iPhone 11 will come with a "cyclops" camera, a cutting edge design trend that shifts the rear snapper to the centre of the phone's back panel. In the past, Apple and other big phone makers have typically popped this camera in one of the gadget's rear corners. But according to reliable … [Read more...] about iPhone 11 to get ‘cyclops’ camera and battery 2.5 times BIGGER than iPhone 8
Long gone are the days of metal or plastic phones, and the display is no longer the most expensive part that can break in your handsets, at least according to Apple, which charges $399 if you shatter the casing of your iPhone XR, for instance, and have no insurance.The screen is still the part that cracks the most often, though, so we took a peek replacement costs. Well, broken … [Read more...] about Apple iPhone vs Samsung Galaxy vs LG and OnePlus broken screen repair prices