Apple's event last night wasn't just iPads, iPhones, and services. Also detailed at the American launch was Apple's new Watch Series 5, the newest wearable in the company's lineup. The big new deal? Changes to the Watch's display.
About a week before Samsung’s highly anticipated Galaxy Fold hits the consumer market, a few journalists seem to be experiencing issues with their review units.
We rarely see a truly remarkable new technology more than once a decade. After years of undelivered promises, such a technology looks finally set to enter the market: the flexible computer screen. Imagine, a tablet display you can fold up and put in your pocket, a smart watch whose strap is the screen, or a handbag that is also a monitor and keyboard. Nokia originally called this proposed technolo...[Read More]
OnePlus has officially revealed that its next flagship, the 6T, will feature an in-display fingerprint sensor. Ever since Vivo teased their in-screen fingerprint sensor at CES this year, everyone’s keen to hop on the bandwagon. We’re pretty sure this will be the next big feature every major mobile phone maker will be trying to include in their devices. In the last upgrade cycle it was notche...[Read More]
We’ve caught most of the Apple rumours leading up to their event this week, including the iPhone excess (XS) and the updated iPad Pro, but what we really want to know more about is the ‘budget’ iPhone X that is supposed to feature a 6.1in LCD display. This affordable addition to the iPhone X lineup is reported to be called the iPhone XC, possibly a play on the similarly ‘low-cost...[Read More]
Apple really hopes you are fond of its current unlocking methods, because while Android manufacturers are working on in-display fingerprint sensors, the Apple devices launching this year aren’t expected to revert from Face ID to Touch ID. Industry expert Ming-Chi Kuo expects that Apple won’t bring in-display sensors to its devices any time soon, saying they’d rather stick with their current ...[Read More]
It’s that time of the year again, the time when we get to compare the latest flagship from the big names… before the iPhone arrives and the catch-up and leapfrog cycle starts all over again. Currently in the ring? Samsung’s jumbo Note 9 and Huawei’s triple-threat P20 Pro. Samsung’s S Pen-packing super phone features a larger screen, improved cameras, and other upgrade...[Read More]