iPhone SE, 5G and the upcoming A15 chip should be Apple's answers to the iPhone 12 mini, which the company apparently stopped producing recently due to shockingly low sales.
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.
We haven't even seen the 2021 iPhone lineup yet, but that isn't stopping the rumor mill from looking ahead. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is back with another note, outlining what he expects to see from Apple next year. And it looks like Touch ID may get its time in the limelight again soon enough.
Earlier today, Apple officially unveiled the next major software updates for its platforms at this year's WWDC. It shouldn't surprise anyone that a large range of Apple's devices support updating to the upcoming updates. So you can find a list below of the supported devices that will be updated later this year.
Apple isn't giving up on the iPhone SE anytime soon, at least based on the latest rumors circulating about the device.
Later this year, Apple will launch new iPhones. Before that happens, though, the rumor mill has to do what it does best: try to ruin the surprise. So here we are with the latest research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, painting us a picture of what's to come.
It's officially 2021 and iOS 14 is going to be replaced by iOS 15 (probably). Ahead of Apple's big unveil later this year, rumors are swirling about potential support for older devices. And, as usual, some won't make the cut.
The iPhone 12 lineup hasn't been out all that long (at least not completely), but analysts are already looking ahead to the iPhone 13. And according to a few at Barclays, Apple may make a significant upgrade to Wi-Fi in its upcoming iPhones.
Apple should release iOS 15 for public consumption in the fall of 2021. Just don't expect to run it on the original iPhone SE or your iPhone 6s because support for those devices will be nixed.
Apple announced a brand new iPhone SE earlier this year, but renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo doesn't believe a successor will see the light of day soon.
It's probably just a coincidence, but screen protectors for an unannounced iPhone are now available to buy ahead of an Apple event.
Apple's primary hub for manufacturing many of its products, including the iPhone lineup, is in China. However, the company is looking to branch out, and one area of interest has been India for quite some time.