Galaxy maker Samsung Mobile will be holding its Unpacked event on Wednesday, August 10, which could reveal its upcoming smartwatches and foldable devices.
Samsung's new external monitor, dubbed Smart Monitor M8, features support for AirPlay technology along with Apple's TV app and the Apple TV+ streaming service.
2023's iPhone 15 Pro models are said to adopt under-screen Face ID with a little help from Apple's rival Samsung, which has developed under-panel camera technology.
Later this year, Apple is probably going to launch a new series of iPhone models. And they will probably be called the iPhone 14. And it sounds like the company is looking to make some improvements to the overall battery life in the future handsets, too.
The iPhone 13 is Apple's current smartphone, the top-of-the-line version you can buy on shelves right now. It launched late last year, equipped with Apple's A15 Bionic processor inside. And apparently Apple's still got plenty to brag about.
While foldable smartphones haven't really usurped the standard model quite yet, the expectation is that it will happen eventually. Especially as the technology and features improve. And while many smartphone manufacturers have already jumped on that particular bandwagon, Apple is not one of them. But that doesn't mean efforts to create a foldable iPhone are dead in the water.
Samsung's 2022 TV lineup brings NFT features and AirPlay support along with a dedicated Games hub sporting Nvidia GeForce Now and Google Stadia game streaming.
Samsung has unveiled an amazing new feature in its mobile software that appears to ape Apple's most controversial under-the-hood tweak in the company's iOS 15 update: an address bar at the bottom of Safari. Similar to Apple's feature, relocating the URL bar from the top of the interface to the bottom allows for much easier one-handed browsing.
With Apple Car production reportedly starting in 2024, company executives are understood to be touring suppliers across Japan and Korea to secure components amid global shortages.
Samsung's new Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic smartwatches won't be iOS compatible, meaning they won't work with iPhones, unlike the previous models.
Samsung is understood to have begun preparations for mass production of iPad Pro-sized display panels based on organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology, says a new report.
Samsung is reportedly looking to hire Apple's and AMD's former silicon engineers to help it create a custom CPU after shuttering its in-house semiconductor team recently.