Ming-Chi Kuo believes that the new iPhone 12 lineup may reach better sales numbers than last year's iPhone 11 lineup
Whatever Apple will call its original video subscription service, one investment house believes it will get customers fast and easy.
It was the most popular iPhone and also the most popular smartphone in the continent in the fourth quarter of 2018, continuing a long streak.
Samsung has sold the most smartphones in the Indian market year after year, but it faced fierce competition from a Chinese competitor.
Kuo believes that the market consensus has gone too negative with Apple and that a decent spring will help the company recover.
Weaknesses in the Chinese market compounded the sinkhole collapse of this holiday season for Apple.
It will be a fairly fallow winter for Apple if it doesn't manage to make 45 million iPhone shipments this upcoming quarter.
New model iPhone sales also continue their creep down from their 2016 highs. Android switchers are on the rise, though. Find out more about this survey.
Turns out that the iPhone XS Max has generally been more popular than the slightly less expensive iPhone XS. But they're aging out of popularity quickly.
Well, it's one of a few new iPhones, so that's somewhat to be expected. But when confronted with negative news on demand, it seems like a mantra to rely on.
Keep in mind that the OnePlus 6 had achieved 1 million sales globally in just 22 days. Who knows how much this tips the ramp for the 6T.
A market research firm says that iPhone ownership has leveled off after many years of juiced-up growth. Is it a sign of ugliness to come?
The future is looking murky for investors as Apple has not only forecast little growth for the holidays, but it won't tell how many iPhones it shipped.
They opt against buying the Series 3 with water resistance and cellular capabilities in favor of the more affordable Series 1.
A second market research firm has found that the Chinese tech manufacturer has overtaken the iPhone maker in mobile sales.
The renowned Apple analyst has put out vague ranges in his latest research note. And we're only days out from a potential launch event.
We've been tracking this guesswork for months now and have run from between $550 and $800 as a starting price for the basic iPhone experience.
The affordable 6.1-inch iPhone may launch with four or five colors at launch while the most premium 6.5-inch version may go for the gold.
The iPhone X was meant to be a big hit, but ended up being a big dud for the mass audience. At least those who have one are pretty satisfied with it.
Ironically, it's not the iPhone X that's helping Apple out here, but sales of older, cheaper iPhones at the carriers instead.
The Android launcher formerly known as Arrow Launcher has reached a big download milestone and that's to be celebrated at the very least.
Meanwhile, the Surface Pro (2017) is getting adopted at a nice clip while the Surface Laptop is just starting to creak through the floorboards.
But it's not going to be as big as you think it will be, just as the iPhone X isn't as big as its 5.8-inch display makes it out to be...