Leaks relating to the iPhone 8 have become almost commonplace over the past few weeks, and the latest comes apparently via a Foxconn leak.
As we inch closer to iPhone season later this year,
Apple today has been ordered by a U.S. judge to pay $507 million in damages to the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s patent licensing arm for patent infringement.
While a handful of reports and analysts have indicated the iPhone 8 won’t launch as scheduled this year due to production difficulties,
Last week we reported that Apple’s spending on lobbying has risen to record highs since Trump took office.
Predictions for a ‘strong second-half’ for Quanta computer support expectations of an Apple Watch Series 3 being launched in September.
While the rumored iPhone 8 is expected to introduce a new edge-to-edge display,
Some rival smartphone manufacturers are waiting to see what features are introduced in the iPhone 8 before finalizing their own plans, according to chip suppliers.
Apple developing its own OLED technology to reduce dependence on Samsung supply, according to report
At this point, it is well known that the iPhone 8 (or iPhone Pro, or whatever it’s called) will feature a new (5.8-inch) OLED screen.
After being named in a group legal filing expressing support for Apple in its case against Qualcomm,
Even though we are still well in the midst of iPhone 8 rumor season,
Last year, Apple was rumored to be working on an autonomous all-electric car codenamed ‘Project Titan’.
We’ve been hearing all kinds of speculation about when the iPhone 8 might go on sale.
Forbes has published new renders claiming to show the design of the iPhone 8 based on case maker information.
A report out of Korea says that Samsung
Apple and Qualcomm are currently engaged in a high-profile legal battle that’s done nothing but escalate since the beginning.
Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty is the latest analyst to weigh in on Apple’s 10th anniversary iPhone release(s).
Former Apple creative director Hugh Dubberly has suggested that Apple is in danger of being left behind by Samsung now that the company is in the post Steve Jobs era.
Report: All three new iPhones yet to start mass production, OLED iPhone 8 supply may not ramp until November
We’ve been hearing various reports since the start of the year that the typical production schedule for the iPhone lineup is not happening this year,
Apple has seemingly recently shifted its policy regarding adblock apps on the App Store.
According to a new report out of The Korea Herald,
Ming-Chi Kuo has issued yet another important research note to investors, this time outlining what he believes will be Apple’s plans for the 2017 iPhone lineup.