• Apple's 2019 iPhone might stick with Lightning port and 5W USB-A charger

    5 monthes ago - By Pocket-lint

    We're learning more about the type of charger the next iPhone models might use and whether it'll support fast charging. Japanese site Macotakara has claimed the next generation of iPhone models will continue to use the Lightning port, and that Apple will bundle the same 5W charger and USB-A to Lightning cable in the box. Annoyingly, this is being reported as a way for Apple - a mega-rich companies - to save money by maintaining production costs. So, if you want to charge your iPhone faster, you'll have to separately buy 12W charging accessories.
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  • A ‘dull' iPad mini 5 could be Apple's most exciting release of the year

    A ‘dull' iPad mini 5 could be Apple's most exciting release of the year

    5 monthes ago - By Macworld

    Apple has had what can only be described as a tough year, with falling iPhone sales, Group FaceTime bugs, and a high-profile privacy squabble with Facebook and Google dominating the headlines. But a new rumor suggests that Apple is hoping to turn it all around with an update to one of its most popular products. I'm not talking about the iPhone or the Mac Pro (though updates to those are surely coming this year too). The product rumored to be getting an imminent update is the long-in-the-tooth iPad mini, which still has the same specs as it did when the fourth-generation was released in...
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  • Apple's next iPad mini reportedly won't look much different, but it'll be faster

    Apple's next iPad mini reportedly won't look much different, but it'll be faster

    5 monthes ago - By The Verge

    Four years after the release of the iPad mini 4 , Apple might finally be close to releasing a successor, according to new reports from Mac Otakara and DigiTimes. They're not the only ones expecting a return from Apple's miniature tablet. Last month, Bloomberg also reported that we could see an updated iPad mini this year, and this was further corroborated by iPad mentions in iOS 12.2 's code.
    However, despite the developments we've seen from the standard iPad and iPad Pro during the mini's hiatus, it sounds like the new tablet could be a very traditional affair. Mac Otakara lists...
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