Apple’s favorite manufacturer Foxconn has begun offering staff retention bonuses as it ramps up seasonal hiring for mass-production of a second-generation iPhone X, iPhone X Plus and a new 6.1-inch LCD model.
All three iPhone models for 2018 will reportedly include 3D sensing for augmented reality and Face ID facial recognition. In order to avoid a repeat of last year’s mishap caused by the initial low yield rates on 3D sensor modules for iPhone X, Apple is said to be getting started on manufacturing earlier this year.
The wait for AirPower will soon be over if a new report attributed to unnamed Taiwanese industry sources is anything to go by. According to the story, Apple’s upcoming multi-device Qi wireless charger will launch before the end of March.
Apple is reportedly planning to release a brand new entry-level MacBook model with a thirteen-inch screen in the second half of 2018, potentially replacing its popular MacBook Air, according to industry sources.