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Apple Leak Reveals Significant iPhone Design Changes

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It may have several significant problems right now, but a new leak regarding Apple ’s 2018 iPhones suggests the company still has the power to surprise us…  In a research note obtained by MacRumors, Barclays investment bank analysts Andrew Gardiner, Hiral Patel, Joseph Wolf and Blayne Curtis claim Apple’s new iPhone line-up will look very different to what we have today. iPhone X 2018 concept by Concept Creator showing a redesigned notch “Based on several data points within the 4Q17 reporting period and our supply chain meetings at CES,...

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Will Android P be called Pistachio Ice Cream?

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Android P is being referred to inside Google as Android Pistachio Ice Cream, according to reports. Each year at about this time, rumours begin to swirl about what the next version of Google’s Android operating system will be called. Since 2009, Google has named its mobile operating system after a sweet treat. The naming pattern isn’t random, however, as it also follows alphabetical order (Cupcake, Donut, Eclair, and so on) and with last year’s release being Oreo, we can be confident that the coming version’s codename...

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Does the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone Replace iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus?

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Apple’s upcoming iPhone lineup is expected to also include three models, but instead of including two standard iPhone models and a premium model, the current rumors point to a single lower-cost model, a direct successor to the current iPhone X, and a larger, pricier version of the successor to the iPhone X.

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iOS 12 And iPhone X Plus To Dominate Apple Product Range In 2018

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Two of the more interesting releases from Apple in 2018 will be the iOS 12 operating system and the iPhone X Plus. The new mobile OS from the Californian corporation is set to deliver some intriguing new functionality, and will be tasked with driving an increasingly diverse range of products in this calendar year. Meanwhile, the analyst community is increasingly suggesting that Apple will produce a sizeable iPhone X Plus device in 2018, and that this will feature the largest ever screen in an Apple mobile. The 6.5-inch display being linked...

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Apple’s iPhone Is In Much Better Shape Than How It Is Being Portrayed

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Apple’s shares have regained all their post-December quarter results losses and are now trading above the $167.78 it closed on February 1, the day of the announcement. The stock went as low $150.24 on February 9 and finished at $172.43 on Friday, February 16. It appears that investors have digested that the iPhone results and outlook aren’t as bad as they appeared . (Note that I own Apple shares). Apple CEO Tim Cook announces the new iPhone X. Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images December quarter iPhone results Apple reported that it sold...

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Android 9.0 P update includes dramatic redesign to tempt iPhone users, claims report

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Google centred its look around pastel colour palettes, sharp windows, soft lighting, and realistic physics. However, four years on, it appears Google is ready to make some major changes to its aesthetic. Code unearthed within Google Chrome hints at some of the changes planned for the cross-device design language, including lighter shades of grey in the interface, and a new focus on touch-friendly interface elements. It’s unclear whether these will also appear in Android P, which is likely to be unveiled during Google’s annual developer...

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Apple Admits iOS 11.2.5 Has A Serious Problem

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Apple iOS 11.2.5 has been bittersweet. On the plus side, it improved performance for some users. On the negative side, it is filled with bugs, and Apple has just admitted to one of the most serious…  In short iOS 11.2.5 has a significant vulnerability. Spotted by Italian blog Mobile World, all any user needs to do is send a specific Indian language character Message (withheld for obvious reasons) to an iPhone or iPad and the devices will immediately crash. More than that, on restart users will be unable to open the Messages app, something...

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Google’s Next Android Overhaul Will Embrace iPhone’s ‘Notch’

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Google is working on an overhaul of its Android mobile software for a new generation of smartphones mimicking Apple Inc.’s controversial new “notch” at the top of the iPhone X, according to people familiar with the situation. The Android update, due later in the year, will also more tightly integrate Google’s digital assistant, improve battery life on phones and support new designs, like multiple screens and foldable displays, the people added. A key goal of this year’s update to the Google mobile operating system is to persuade...

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Surprising New iPhone Model Must Save Apple’s Fortunes

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Apple is continuing to move ahead with a special edition of the iPhone X that will use cheaper components but crucially offer a larger screen for a release later in 2018. The details come from noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who details three new models for 2018. As expected the iPhone X will be updated from the 2017 debut to a 2018 spec version, while a super-phablet sized 6.5 inch version of the iPhone X will also be released. These will continue to use the new (for Apple) OLED screen technology. The model that is expected to dominate the sales...

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Google is working on a new operating system to work with Android devices featuring an iPhone X-style ‘notch,’ report …

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The next version of Google’s mobile OS, Android P, could be designed to accommodate phones with the notch used in the iPhone X, Bloomberg reports Google is set to release the next version of its mobile operating system this year Aside from embracing the notch, Android P will include more support for Google’s voice assistant, while improving battery life on smartphones Apple has has faced backlash from critics who say the iPhone X notch is ugly By Annie Palmer For Dailymail.com Published: 17:51 EST, 13 February 2018 | Updated:...

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