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The smallest MacBook Pro may get the most active memory it has ever seen this year. Plus, a new look iPhone this September?
We discuss the overhyping of patents, AT&T's overhyping of its 5G network and content providers not buying Apple's single-stream hype on the show!
While the rest of the mobile industry has been promoting speedier charging with fast adapters right in the box, Apple may still be stuck in the slow lane.
Also, rumors of a third camera coming to the iPhone are echoed here, with the push on 3D depth-sensing as a gateway to an Apple VR headset.
There are rumors that make us think of finally getting a new generation of iPod Touch devices and USB-C ports in this year's iPhones
With the shift from Lightning to USB-C, Apple has decided that its customers who are already paying more than $799 for a tablet can pay more for a dongle.
We get new iPad Pro renders that could end up being very close to what we may end up getting during Apple's next event on October 30th
Amazon has some great one-day deals for all of you who want to get fast charging in your new iPhone Xs, Xs Max or any other mobile device
Here are the new features for the new USB-C to headphone jack adapter that Google has upgraded before the launch of the Pixel 3 devices
Ming-Chi Kuo has given us tons of reliable information regarding Apple devices and this time we get predictions on what we can see on the 12th
This is what really matters to iPhone users, according to the results of a survey. "A big battery" can apparently improve iPhone devices
New pictures and video leaks show us the Google Pixel 3 XL and some of the accessories that will come with this device
Because it will take forever and a day to charge. Actually, even if it's a legit charger that properly fast charges according to USB rules, it may not work.
Find out why existing iPhone owners won’t be able to buy the new 18W USB-C adapters for their 2017 iPhone models
This is no dongle. It's a pretty large adapter that doesn't speak too much of portability and, disappointingly, has minimum power requirements.
A Rosenblatt analyst also has words about some charging components coming from different places and being more powerful than ever before.
Component suppliers are speculating that Apple will finally ditch the Lightning connector on iPhones, iPads and iPods for a port now on MacBooks.
Sure, it's only down $6, but that's more than 25 percent and it's all in the context of how you might charge your iPhone if you buy a new one this fall.
Previously, designs have popped up for American plugs with USB-C connectors. All together, this will make charging speeds of up to more than three times faster than the current adapter possible.
That might not sound like anything to you at the moment, but it actually means that fast-charging abilities won't be a privilege of the few.
It's a deal good through Saturday, March 24, that lets customers save on a unique, new color of the Essential Phone and ditch their headphone dongles.
Sure, you can listen to music with a standard pair of cans AND charge your phone at the same time, but you can't charge it quickly nor transfer data to your phone.
Users of smartphones without headphone jacks have complained about not being able to charge and listen to music at the same time. Sony may finally give a damn about their concerns.