Bucking the industry trend
Apple makes the most arrogant statements in the industry and has stripped its users of their Gigabit LTE support for iPhone 8 and the upcoming iPhone X.
12nm after 2018 and 7nm for 2019
It looks like it will be 12nm for RyZen's successor in early 2018 and in 2019 AMD is planning Zen's 2 core 7nm based Matisse follow up
Another nail in Google Now's coffin
Nvidia just announced its long waited Shield experience 6.0 which features Google Assistant support.
Some employees and rights pick up
After many quarters of financial decay and many rumors, Google has announced that it plans to acquire HTC employees and some of the IP licensing rights.
iPhone 8 and 8 Plus overshadowed
iPhone X is the flagship iPhone that Apple fanboys will be giving up their kidneys to own. It has OLED, face unlock and edge to edge display and if it looks the same as the Galaxy S8 and Note 8, it is because it is pretty much the same as a Galaxy S8 with its edge to edge display – why waste money on design teams when Samsung has done your job for you.
Water resistant but the same case
Apple has just announced its Watch Series 3. The new watch has LTE, eSIM a new dual processor and water resistance in case you are tempted to flush it down the loo.
Fudzilla told you 2 years ago
Apple A11 is a six core ARM based SoC that now has Apple graphics inside. Apple claims that it is 30 percent faster than the previous PowerVR GPU in the iPhone 7. Fudzilla exclusively reported about this almost two years ago, and we were right.
The most expensive might get close
There has been a lot of discussion that the next generation iPhone, the one that many call the iPhone 8 (7S), will cost as much as $1200, but we can confirm that this will not be the starting price.
Mass production in 2019
The current generation of SoC and the one that comes after will remain at 10nm, since it will take some time to move to 7nm. This is the conclusion we gathered after talking to a number of industry insiders.
The Snapdragon 835 is the best of 2017
Sources very close to Qualcomm have confirmed that there is no such thing as the Snapdragon 836. The current generation Snapdragon will stay with the Snapdragon 835 and there won’t be any faster version