iPhone SE 3 is being readied for a commercial launch scheduled for the first half of 2022, featuring Apple's A14 chip from the current iPhone 12 series, according to a new report.
Qualcomm is still a leader in chip technologies for a range of products, and that probably won't change in the near future. Mostly because there are other companies out there that need chips of all types besides Apple. But while Apple is making strides, and huge improvements, in this market, Qualcomm's chief executive believes his company can overtake Apple.
Mid-production design changes aren't common for most companies, but especially not Apple. But it looks like the company made some important changes late last year for a select number of chips.
Sometime in the near-ish future, Apple is going to probably launch a new iPad Pro model. That device will look largely like the existing model (last refreshed in 2020), but with some key changes for potential new owners. Like an upgraded processor, for instance.
With the introduction of the A12 chip, Apple strengthened the security around generating nonces, saving blobs, and restoring in general. The basic process remains the same, but due to a feature called nonce-entanglement (yes, really), there are a few extra hoops we need to jump through to save valid blobs. This tutorial will show you how to do so.
Apple is not shy about touting the capabilities of its A-series processors. That's certainly the case with the A14 Bionic, which the company introduced earlier this year.
According to a new report published this morning in Chinese-language newspaper The China Times, Apple will release its first iMac all-in-one desktop featuring the company's in-house designed A14T chip, code-named Mt. Jade, in the first half of next year.
Last September, talented hacker and security researcher iBSparkes made headlines after becoming one of the first to crack the A13-equipped iPhone 11 Pro lineup with a working tfp0 exploit.
Just this afternoon, however, the jailbreak community was touched with an ounce of déjà vu after iBSparkes Tweeted a teaser of what appeared to be successful pwnage of Apple’s shiny new A14-equipped iPhone 12 lineup.
Apple didn't welcome a brand new processor with the new iPhone lineup this year. Instead, the company introduced the new processor in the brand new iPad Air.
According to serial leaker Fudge, known on Twitter as @choco_bit, Apple has been developing multiple new models of its Apple TV media-streamer for the living room as the company's leadership looks to rival console gaming which is about to receive a major boost from the upcoming launches of the new PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Apple today introduced its fourth-generation iPad Air. With an iPad Pro-esque design and so much advanced technology, including Apple's A14 chip currently not found in any other Apple device, small wonder it's already been dubbed the iPad Pro killer.
Later this year, Apple is going to announce new iPhones. At the same time, the company will also unveil a new A-series processor for those handsets. And today, before any of that happens, we get a potential preview of the gains we'll see soon.