Investigation: Chose Not To
Apple COO Jeff Williams’ testimony in the FTC Trial, that Qualcomm did not want to sell modems to Apple, appears misleading. Bloomberg’s Ian King viewed emails between Qualcomm’s CEO, Steve Molenkopf, and Apple’s COO, Jeff Williams, and from his article, it was rather clear that negotiations were ongoing, and that Qualcomm wanted to sell modems despite the licensing dispute.
Dance of the dying cash cow
Despite what is written in the Tame Apple Press, smart money is predicting that sales of iPhone will continue to fall over the next year.
But good if you drop them in the loo
If you want to destroy an Apple fanboy's phone it is probably not a good idea to drop it down the loo. All you need to do is drop it.
Meet the iPhone Xs and Xs Max, all with new A12 Bionic SoC
As expected, the stars of the Apple show at the Steve Jobs' Theater were new iPhones, the iPhone Xs, and the iPhone Xs Max, showing that there is still room for improvement without changing the design.
Intel-powered Gigabit LTE dual SIM in China
Phil Schiller just talked about iPhone Xs and Xs Max, (Nike MAX anyone) and confirmed that there is an eSIM solution for the S 2018 refresh of iPhones.
Announced, but first to ship
Let's get one thing straight right from the start. Apple's iPhone Xs next generation A12 Bionic SoC has been claimed by Apple’s Phil Schiller to be the first on the market. Well, it is the third, as Qualcomm and Huawei have already announced that they sampled or in production of their 7nm Phone SoCs.