Apple spoke of it in September of 2017 - a multi-device wireless charging mat. It said it would be coming in 2018. It's not 2018 anymore. What happens now?
RED community forum users are talking about Verizon delaying shipments of their Hydrogen One phones. Store representatives talk of a quarantine.
The most premium version of the already top-end RED Hydrogen One has failed to turn out at the factories, so the CEO is doing something about it.
Some analysts and supply chain sources say that Apple is delaying the launch of this LCD model to allow more expensive ones to sell first and sell more.
Sources say that the project is still in incubation, but that it could have collided with the Surface brand and tanked it if it was executed imperfectly.
It's not because there's any delay in making the most affordable iPhone 9, but that it will be the most popular of three models out this year.
It's been a couple months and change since the last of the three other carriers pushed their Android 8.0 updates to their V30 units.
Company founder Jim Jannard is also hoping to notch deals for networks to carry his phone and have it launch simultaneously across all channels.
A couple of old ZenFones still need to hold off for quite a time before they get their Android Oreo software updates. Is it just Oreo being Oreo?
Even after the rest of the world has gotten Android 8.0 in the previous year, Europe has not seen their HTC U11 tick upwards yet.
The announcement that an iTunes app would be coming to Windows 10 made with the introduction of the Windows 10 S has come to sad trombones.
Cutting it a little too close to Christmas? Perhaps, but does the Wileyfox Pro need more time to get out to customers? It's the call from Amazon.
The HomePod was supposed to have started shipping in December in Australia, the UK and the US. Not the case anymore, Apple needs extra time.
Unknown production issues have affected the dot transmitter and receiver of the TrueDepth camera system. When will they get fixed?
The report out of financial firm Brightwire doesn't have much meat to the bones, but it's one that follows a cavalcade of concern on the iPhone X schedule.
When Apple revealed that its $1,000 iPhone X was going to ship in November, the news sent investors scrambling to revise forecasts.
@evleaks reports that Qualcomm is working on a chipset that some have said was not on the blueprints. This comes with an about face to Google.
One market analyst sees an iPhone 8 that won't ship until late October or later because of a problem with the metal frame component.
Apple's splashiest and most expensive iPhone yet may be on its way... but its developmental has been sluggish all along that way.
It's not just that the hits keep on coming, but rather the banks keep on betting. But does that really mean that the iPhone 8 will come mid-October?
Software engineers are tipped to be on a scary slope to delays for major features like facial recognition and wireless charging on this $1,000+ iPhone.
One of the company's co-founders claims that their display supplier is running terribly behind with improving production yields at acceptable quality.
With prior intelligence, this missive adds to a narrative of a desperate Apple trying to implement a familiar feature the way it wants to or die trying.