We‘ve already heard multiple rumors suggesting Apple will unveil a so-called iPhone SE 2 later this year, and a new supply chain report from Chinese news website QQ.com claims to have knowledge of the device‘s tech specs. First, the report says the new iPhone SE won‘t look like the iPhone X, which would make sense given it‘s a lower-end device. Instead, the new model will purportedly have a similar design as the origi
Over the past few weeks Snapchat has been rolling out a major user interface overhaul to more and more users on its iOS and Android apps. Most users have responded negatively to the app redesign, which separates friends from brands so that users can focus on people they actually know, but condenses stories and text chats into one page. Today, Snap Inc. announced an additional update to Friends and Discovery pages that should help make it easie
Apple TV 4K models with 64GB of storage are finally back in stock following months of shipping delays for the larger capacity model. 64GB configurations are currently estimated for delivery in 1-2 days in the United States and several other countries on Apple‘s online store, while same-day pickup is now available at dozens of Apple‘s retail stores. Back in November, shipping estimates for the 64GB model fell back to 4-5 weeks.
Following an ad for a senior product manager last spring that hinted at Spotify‘s interest in creating a hardware product, this week a collection of new job listings by Spotify further suggest the potential launch of a physical Spotify product coming in the future (via Music Ally). The listings call for an Operations Manager: Hardware Product, Senior Product Manager: Hardware Production, and Project Manager: Hardware Production and Engineer
After over three years on the App Store, developer Nuance has decided to discontinue the gesture-based Swype Keyboard apps for both iOS and Android devices. The company‘s announcement of the iOS app‘s discontinuation came earlier this month, but it‘s only just begun to garner attention due to a confirmation of the Android app‘s removal given to XDA Developers. On Android, the company discontinued its Swype+Dragon for
Samsung plans to slash its OLED panel output in response to Apple‘s decision to cut production of iPhone X due to "weak demand", the Nikkei Asian Review reported on Tuesday. Samsung will make OLED panels for 20 million fewer iPhones at its South Chungcheong plant in the January to March quarter, a lot lower than its original goal of supplying panels for 45 million to 50 million iPhones, according to the paper. Samsung is said to have m
Apple has applied for a new U.S. trademark for its famous multicolor logo for use on apparel, reports The Blast. The Apple filing was processed in December by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office‘s Trademark Reporting and Monitoring System (TRAM), and is now being considered for approval. The description of the mark in the filing is of "an apple with a bite removed, with a detached leaf in green, and the apple divided into horizontal col
Nike today updated its Nike+ Run Club iOS app with a new Challenges feature that aims to help users stay motivated throughout the week by letting them see how their mileage stacks up against other users in the global Nike running community. The new challenges appear in the Club section of the app. As of writing there are three challenges to join, including 15K February Weekly Challenge, a 50K March Weekly Challenge, and a 100K March Weekly Ch