A new rumor from China tries to anticipate some of the key improvements that the Apple iPhone 11 Max will bring to the table.
The Wall Street Journal is confirming previous rumors of a triple-camera iPhone coming this year, with some extra details.
These iPhone XI renders may appear unrealistic, but we'd love to hear your opinion. Apple will, eventually, use three cameras on iPhones.
Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is talking about what Apple might prepare for the 2019 iPhones, and how similar they will be to the current ones.
This prediction comes from a generally well-regarded market analyst that has been tracking Apple for many years. Chances are, he's right.
On the show: this year's iPhones may hurt next year's, Huawei's lying to us again with its ads and everything's leaking like crazy, so just buy a Nokia.
Qualcomm may still be the primary supplier of modems for the iPhone, but the second fiddle position is quite important and is in contention for 2019.
Apple is expected to split display production between Samsung and LG for one of this year's two OLED iPhone models.
The big reason for sticking with legacy display technology over new, exciting, colorful diodes? Pricing, pricing, pricing.
Component suppliers are speculating that Apple will finally ditch the Lightning connector on iPhones, iPads and iPods for a port now on MacBooks.
There's probably a Snapdragon 1000 on the way and you might want to stick around and see where it will appear. Also, the Pixel 3 will be made by Google... for reals... sorta.
Samsung may want to follow Huawei's suit and beat Apple to the triple camera punch with a Galaxy S10 supporting "enhanced zoom features" and advanced AR applications.
They're still too expensive to source reliably and, with Apple's margin padding, would likely prove unappetizing for consumers to buy.
It's probably not happening this year, but in 2019, we could see Apple copy Huawei with at least one triple-camera iPhone variant supporting both 3x optical zoom and advanced AR experiences with 3D sensing functionality.
Last year's iPhone X was clearly only the beginning of Apple's transition to OLED display technology, with two 2018 upgrades likely to be followed by three 2019 iPhones snubbing the LCD tradition.
Triple-camera smartphones could soon become a thing, as the Huawei Mate 20 is expected to follow the P20 Pro's suit, with Apple likely to join the club in the fall of 2019 as well.
Taiwanese supply chain sources are calling for an affordable iPhone (at up to $800 starting price) lead the charts this year and a triple-camera iPhone next year.
A foldable iPhone that "could potentially double up as a tablet" is currently eyed for a 2020 launch, according to reputable Bank of America analysts.
While Apple is merely expected to refine and possibly shrink the notch later this year, 2019 iPhones could move away from the controversial design element entirely.
The ghosts of iPhones past, present and future make the rounds in our show today. From Secret Santas to batteries big and small, this is gonna be fun.
Apple might be more focused than ever on enhancing battery capacity for 2018, then 2019 iPhones in order to improve endurance and keep up with TrueDepth consumption.
To avoid future Face ID production woes, Apple has set aside no less than $390 million for a new Finisar VCSEL manufacturing plant in Sherman, Texas.
It's supposed to be a step above Apple and all the rest of them. Meanwhile, OnePlus joins a couple of trends with its latest phone, too. We discuss!