iPhone 6.1 “:” Full Active LCD “display, thinner frames and launch in November

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For weeks we are talking with a certain insistence of the much-rumored new iPhone with 6.1 “LCD display. Well, the last rumor in chronological order suggests that the smartphone will have a “Full Active LCD” produced by Japan Display. According to a report by MacOtakara,  the next 6.1 “iPhone will provide users with a Full Active Display of Japan Pixels, characterized […]

Apple may abandon Samsung as a supplier of OLED screens

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According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple may soon abandon the competitor Samsung as the main supplier of OLED displays and choose a new Chinese manufacturer. Samsung is currently producing OLED panels for the iPhone X and new models coming this year. Already starting next year, however, Apple could completely rely on a new supplier. The […]

Apple releases iOS 11.4.1 in the final version for everyone! [Changelog and Download]

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After 5 beta versions, available for developers and public beta testers, Apple has just released iOS 11.4.1  for all users with an iPhone and/or iPad that support this version. Here are all the changes introduced by the operating system update. The update (Build  15G77 ) has a total weight of about  225.2MB   (on iPhone X ) and is available for download via  OTA  or […]

Kuo “unveils” the colors of the new iPhone: Gold, Gray, White, Blue, Red and Orange!

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Ming-Chi Kuo has published today a new report that reveals new interesting details about the new iPhone that Apple will present in September. We are not just talking about prices and sales estimates, but also about smartphone colors. According to the reliable analyst, the new iPhone with 6.5 “OLED display will be priced around $ 1000 (like the current iPhone X) […]

Apple thought about removing the Lightning connector on the iPhone X

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The well-known Mark Gurman, in addition to information on AirPower, revealed that Apple has been considering the idea of removing the Lightning port on the iPhone X. « During the development of iPhone X, Apple has decided to remove the wire recharge system entirely. However, it was not feasible because wireless charging was slower than traditional methods. Including a wireless charger […]