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Google on Tuesday announced that it’s now rolling out support for Rich Communication Services (RCS) protocol to Android devices that support it through its Messages app.
Apple will switch up the screen sizes of its iPhones in 2020, offering models that are both smaller and larger than those currently available, according to a report from Korean news site ETNews, citing industry sources.
Apple has started to make its products thicker in an effort to give people what they want: functionality over form. This is a good thing. There are two recent examples: this year’s iPhones and the new 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Most of the biggest names in Big Tech are racing to create smart glasses that we wear everywhere and that may replace our phones.
Verizon will offer all new and existing Verizon Wireless unlimited customers, new Fios home internet customers and new 5G home internet customers a year of Disney+ for free.
Google unveiled its newest smartphone, the Pixel 4, alongside a revamped pair of Pixel Buds and several new Nest smart home devices at its annual hardware event in New York on Tuesday.
TF Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple’s new and more affordable iPhone will launch in the first quarter of next year for $399.
Apple will launch the iPhone SE2 with an A13 chip, the same found in the iPhone 11, during the first quarter of 2020, according to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Apple will begin using new mini LED screens in MacBooks and iPads in 2020 and 2021.
Samsung’s Galaxy Fold launches in the United States on Friday. It’s available unlocked from select Samsung and Best Buy Stores and also from AT&T. The phone was supposed to be released back in April but was delayed while Samsung made fixes to the first version, which broke easily.
Leading Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Sunday that he sees that increased demand for new iPhones is beating his expectations – and much of it is due to Chinese consumers.
Apple made a lot of announcements on Tuesday, but the highlights were probably a few pieces of new hardware including three models of iPhone, a new iPad, and the Apple Watch Series 5.
Apple sent out invitations to the media for its annual September event, where it’s expected to announce new iPhone models.
Apple on Wednesday apologized for its “Siri grading program,” which allowed contractors to review a small percentage of the things people spoke to its Siri voice assistant. The company said it will enable a few changes that give users more control over how their Siri requests are handled.
Ten U.S. senators are calling on Google to take “immediate action” to convert its growing number of contractors to full-time employees after six months of work.