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Apple’s Next iPhone to be More Expensive than iPhone X?

If you think that the iPhone X is expensive, wait till you see the price tag of this year’s iPhone. When Apple launched its flagship iPhone X priced at around $1000, it raised an inevitable question: Is it worth the money? While the iPhone X is not selling as well as expected, popular thought is that the technology used in the iPhone X will reduce in price eventually, like everything else, and that will enable Apple to give its customers a slightly less pricey device. Read more

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A Sneak Peek into the MacBook Keyboards of the Future

While Keyboards are important, speech-to-text technology has come a long way since its inception. Although there always will be value in writing one letter after another, reports about Apple’s new keyboard technology continues to push the boundaries of text input. Driven by the controversial innovations of the latest generation of MacBook keyboards, Apple’s current technology directions imply where the company might be innovating in the future when it comes to text. Read more

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There’s Already a High Demand for the Next iPhone. Because, Why Not?

A new poll recently revealed an interesting detail, which says that out of the lot of the current iPhone users, nearly a quarter of them are already planning on buying Apple’s next smartphone, even before knowing what features it will entail. A survey of hundreds of Americans about their plans to upgrade to the next iPhone revealed that 22 percent of them intend to take the leap. This is just slightly less than the upgrade demand in 2017, but almost 50 percent more than in 2016. Read more

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Apple iOS 11.3 with New Features Gets Closer to Public Release

Apple just released the third beta for iOS 11.3, which comes exactly two weeks after the release of iOS 11.3 beta 2 that brought battery health data and performance-throttling controls. The iOS 11.3 beta 2 brought some much-needed power management to the battery settings in iOS 11.3. It enables the user to observe the overall battery health of their iPhone, and suggests if your unit needs to be serviced. It also notifies if your battery is stimulating a chip slowdown, and can choose to turn that feature off. By default, iOS 11.3 disables performance management on the iPhone, and the feature is only re-enabled once a device experiences an unexpected shutdown. Read more