We've got all the numbers you need and all of the little bits and bobs that Apple glossed over when it was talking about the new iPhone Xs and iPhone Xr.
If you've seen what the iPhone X can do with its cameras, just imagine that going faster. And with more dynamic range than ever before.
This is what really matters to iPhone users, according to the results of a survey. "A big battery" can apparently improve iPhone devices
This prediction comes from a generally well-regarded market analyst that has been tracking Apple for many years. Chances are, he's right.
Face ID on the upcoming 2018 iPhones is widely expected by industry sources and analysts. Guess who's excited most about this?
Joshua Vergara brings out his Backstreet Boy... again. But we also go back into the eternal battle of the notch, Apple design and 5G.
Apple has found a way to introduce fingerprint sensors in the display of their iPhone models, maybe in a not so distant future
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.
Among those factors, Face ID is included, the headphone jack goes away and old accessories won't work with this new iPad anymore.
Vivo's latest mobile industry breakthrough is a TOF 3D sensing solution that, at least on paper, looks more complex and promising than Apple's Face ID tech.
Famous (or infamous) Apple analyst Ming-chi Kuo is back at a new investment firm and is tackling some predictions on what the company has to offer soon.
Another piece of media affirms what we believe the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone looks like from prior leaks and rumors. So, how much longer 'til the event?
The bezels are on the most affordable premium iPhone to keep it as the most affordable premium iPhone. What about a would-be cheaper option? It's scrubbed.
BlackBerry has a new phone to last a weekend, feature a keyboard and much more while Apple has surged in software in some places and lagged in others.
In the iOS 12 developer beta, iPad users can find aew option to set up Face ID. Except they can't. Not on any iPad just yet.
iOS 12 beta testers can register an "alternate appearance" for Face ID authentication on the iPhone X, which also allows a second user to unlock the device with their face.
No iPhone SE 2, no iPad Pros with Face ID, no refreshed MacBooks, and certainly no Apple Watch Series 4. Still, there's plenty of exciting software stuff reportedly slated for WWDC 2018 announcements.
It looks like that oft-rumored Xiaomi Mi 8 smartphone will be joined to market by a smaller, slightly lower-end Mi 8 SE with an iPhone X-style notch of its own and a Snapdragon 710 processor. The Mi Band 3 is also coming.
The Xiaomi Mi 8 could be released instead of the Mi 7 or shortly after the company's long overdue next flagship phone with groundbreaking in-display fingerprint recognition in tow.
This may not be good news for those expecting an ultra-low-cost iPhone SE (2018), but one more source predicts an iPhone X-inspired notch and "all-screen" design for the compact handset.
That gargantuan 6.5-inch iPhone X (Plus) expected out this fall may not be physically larger than last year's 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus, while the next-gen 5.8-incher is expected to "use the same body" as the original X.
It doesn't exactly sound logical, but Apple's front camera-enabled Face ID feature on the iPhone X may need a rear camera repair in the event of trouble.
We're not sure this will even be called the Samsung Galaxy S10, but it's probably codenamed "Beyond", and it may not be able to implement 3D sensing facial recognition technology.