• New video highlights the iPhone SE 2 we wish Apple would make

    4 days ago - By TheBoyGeniusReport

    What's happened with the iPhone SE is downright bizarre. For reasons that remain unclear, Apple discontinued the device this past September, essentially leaving iPhone users interested in a more compact form factor with literally zero options. Meanwhile, Apple's entry-level iPhone XR is closer in size to an iPhone 7 Plus than an iPhone 7. Put simply, Apple has seemingly abandoned a large contingent of users who prefer a device that can easily be managed with one-hand.
    For a while, there were quite a few rumors regarding Apple's plans to introduce a next-gen iPhone SE. Unfortunately, those...
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  • US iPhone users spent $79 last year, up 36% from 2017

    US iPhone users spent $79 last year, up 36% from 2017

    4 days ago - By TechCrunch

    Apple's push to get developers to build subscription-based apps is now having a notable impact on App Store revenues. According to a new report from Sensor Tower due out later this week, revenue generated per U.S. iPhone grew 36 percent, from $58 in 2017 to $79 last year. As is typical, much of that increase can be attributed to mobile gaming, which accounted for more than half of this per-device average. However, more substantial growth took place in the categories outside of gaming - including those categories where subscription-based apps tend to rule the top charts, the firm...
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  • Apple A13 Chip to Be Manufactured Exclusively by TSMC - Report

    Apple A13 Chip to Be Manufactured Exclusively by TSMC - Report

    4 days ago - By Tom's Hardware

    Apple has no plans to use a new third-party foundry for its iPhone chips this year, and TSMC will be the sole manufacturer of the upcoming A13 processor, according to a report today.
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  • Did you buy a new iPhone SE?

    Did you buy a new iPhone SE?

    4 days ago - By PhoneDog

    Apple launched brand new iPhones at the end of 2018, marking the fulfillment of yet another yearly routine. The majority of those handsets aren't cheap, either. The iPhone XS and XS Max are $1,000+ devices, and whether or not that matters comes down to each individual. It's a question about whether or not paying that much for a device is worth it. How long are you going to own it? How often do you use your phone really? And is it an integral part of your day-to-day routine that the cost will be justified by the cost?
    But Apple also launched a not-as-expensive iPhone, too. The iPhone XR is...
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