Disruptions caused to the global supply chain by the coronavirus pandemic have promoted Apple to stagger its iPhone launches this year, with two 6.1-inch models launching first.
Future iPhone cameras may be able to transfer high-resolution image data from the CMOS sensor to the main Apple chip at higher speeds, boosting live streaming and augmented reality apps over high-speed 5G cellular data networks (based on the mmWave standard).
A new supply chain rumor alleges that the upcoming Apple Watch Series 6 will come with blood oxygen monitoring capabilities, a potentially game-changing feature.
According to a new supply chain report Wednesday, Apple may release a pair of second-generation AirPods Pro noise-cancelling earphones during the second half of next year.
Piggy-backing on its earlier report alleging that Apple might need to push back the launch of its first 5G-capable iPhone to October, Taiwanese trade publication DigiTimes this morning said that mass production of the device will start in July.
The next iPhone family may arrive in October rather than the usual September timeframe.
A pair of future AirPods incorporating health features via ambient light sensors could be on the way in the 2021 or 2022, according to a new report.
Apple's upcoming refresh for the AirPods wireless earbuds is said to rock the same design as the $249 AirPods Pro, but without the active noise cancellation feature to keep the price down.
According to a new supply-chain report from Taiwan, Apple's redesigned Magic Keyboard that swaps the company's problematic butterfly mechanism for reliable scissor switches could be expanding next to its 13-inch MacBook Pro model.
Semiconductor foundry Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is readying mass production of chips built on its five-nanometer process technology.
While the current coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak seems to have delayed planned iPhone SE 2 launch from the spring to the second quarter, an entry-level version of the AirPods Pro wireless earbuds should enter production around early to mid-April, per a new report Thursday.
The coronavirus has impacted Apple's supply chain in ways more than one, the latest example being the company's oft-rumored iPhone SE successor that, instead of arriving this spring, now apparently faces a delayed launch, a new supply chain report claimed Thursday.