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Kuo: LCD iPhone in September, iPad Pro with Face ID

Kuo: LCD iPhone in September, iPad Pro with Face ID

He may no longer be associated with KGI Securities (now working at TF International Securities), but Ming-Chi Kuo continues to do what he does best: predicting Apple’s next steps Given his track record, plus confirmation from other sources, his word is almost as good as gold. So when he notes that the 2018 LCD iPhone is not only real but also arriving in time for a September launch, you can almost count on it to happen just like that.

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Apple will confuse your wallet in 2018

Apple will confuse your wallet in 2018

Today we're going to make sense of moves predicted for Apple in the year 2018 with special regard for the iPhone X and your wallet. In the year 2017, headlines that dominated Apple's iPhone event of the year centered on the price of the iPhone X. It was surprising to find an iPhone cost more than the top-tier devices of the past several years. In 2018, Apple may appear to pull a fast one with iPhone X and iPhone X Plus, much like they did with the newest version of the iPad.

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Galaxy S10’s to-do details list for battling iPhone X Plus

Galaxy S10’s to-do details list for battling iPhone X Plus

Samsung Galaxy S10 and iPhone x Plus are coming your way next - not super soon, but next. In the unending battle for your cash in smartphone hardware, Samsung and Apple take most of the cake. Not necessarily just in market share - there they've got to battle the big-name brands from China, too. But in advertising and hype, Apple and Samsung reign supreme. Today we're going to talk about what's possible with the Galaxy S10 and the next iPhone X, and what Samsung will likely do to appear to win over Apple fans next late Winter.

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If iPhone X Plus has no cord, which Android will follow?

If iPhone X Plus has no cord, which Android will follow?

The next version of the iPhone will probably have a Lightning USB cord with USB-C on the other end - but after that? Imagine a world without cords. Now that we've got the ability to transmit power from one device to the other without cords, with wireless charging pads, what's left for reasons to keep cords at all? Surely only speed - since we can also transfer all the data we'd like with technologies like Bluetooth.

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Apple reportedly eyes September for AirPower wireless charger

Apple reportedly eyes September for AirPower wireless charger

Apple's AirPower wireless charger could launch in September, sources claim, after the challenge of making a multi-device charging pad proved more of a technical headache than the Cupertino firm expected. The accessory was announced alongside the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus last year, as Apple finally embraced wireless charging in its smartphone.

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Apple’s iPhone OLED plans reportedly hit the brakes

Apple’s iPhone OLED plans reportedly hit the brakes

Apple is unlikely to to abandon LCD for its iPhone range any time soon, insiders claim, with bottlenecks in OLED screen supplies putting the brakes on the big switchover. The iPhone X was the first of Apple's smartphones to use OLED, which typically boasts better contrast than LCD, brighter colors and deeper blacks, as well as being more frugal with power.

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New iPhone X and Plus leaked and detailed for 2018

New iPhone X and Plus leaked and detailed for 2018

This morning a couple of schematics for the next iPhone were leaked by case-makers. Normally this isn't the best sort of source for information - not directly - as they generally only want to share images of their new smartphone cases and make early sales based on rumors. In this case, though, the team at Ghostek have a bit of a good record - and also they don't seem to be trying to sell their cases as a primary motivation here, even IF that is their end-game- so let's have a look.

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iOS 12 will unlock TrueDepth camera app magic

iOS 12 will unlock TrueDepth camera app magic

Third party photo and video apps look set to get much more portrait mode and depth-related effects with iOS 12, as Apple hugely refines the data it shares from its iPhone camera arrays. The feature, previewed in a WWDC 2018 session this week in San Jose, CA, is based on iOS 12's new Portrait Matte feature, a dramatic improvement over the current depth data third-party apps are currently able to access.

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How to install the iOS 12 beta on your iPhone and iPad

How to install the iOS 12 beta on your iPhone and iPad

Users of SOME sorts were given the opportunity to download and run iOS 12 this week during WWDC 2018. The first group of people able to download the beta are Developers: paid developer accounts, that is to say. If you've got an Apple account but not a paid Apple Developer Program Account, you'll just have to wait a little while longer - BUT we've got instructions for when the time comes.

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PanoClip uses your iPhone’s camera for 360-degree magic

PanoClip uses your iPhone’s camera for 360-degree magic

Insta360 started a new trend right at the height of the 360-degree craze. It attached to an iPhone and let you take photos, record or even stream videos without any additional equipment. But while it opened up new possibilities, it was also hampered by the limits of its own cameras, just barely reaching 2K resolutions. Now parent company Arashi Vision is launching a new product and a new brand that addresses all that. Just like its cousin, PanoClip attaches to your iPhone to produce 360-degree content. Unlike its cousin, it takes advantage of the great iPhone cameras that are already there.

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Memoji are iOS 12’s answer to Galaxy S9’s AR emoji

Memoji are iOS 12’s answer to Galaxy S9’s AR emoji

The iPhone X has a lot of things going for it, but one of the coolest features has to be Animoji. While the announcement of Animoji may have left some scratching their heads, they've turned out to be a fun little way to add some creativity (and cuteness) to iMessage. It shouldn't be a surprise, then, that Apple took the time to announce some Animoji improvements and additions at today's WWDC keynote.

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ARKit 2: All the iOS AR Apple showed at WWDC 2018

ARKit 2: All the iOS AR Apple showed at WWDC 2018

Today we're having a peek at all the new features revealed by Apple for iPhone X (and a few other devices) for augmented reality. Apple suggested they'd worked with Pixar, of all the places, to develop a new file format for all things AR. That new file format is USDZ, and it's made to work with multiple apps. "It's something like AR Quick Look." said Craig Federighi.

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