- WSJ: Apple to use OLEDs in all of its 2020 iPhones
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple plans to drop LCD from its iPhone in 2020 – and to use OLEDs only in all of the models. WSJ also says that Apple plans to release an ambitious 2020 iPhone lineup with “a more flexible handset design”. The 2019 lineup will be an “iterative change” from the current Apple lineup – and will still use an LCD in the lower-end model. For trustworthy iPhone aftersales LCDs and OLEDs, please visit www.hcqs.com.cn or shop directly on www.hcqs.eu.
- Huawei Can Still Bid for Sensitive Contracts in UK: Daily Telegraph
Despite spy fear, China’s Huawei can still bid for sensitive contracts in Britain, the Daily Telegraph reported. “We haven’t decided that Huawei should be excluded from contracts in this country,” the newspaper quoted Culture Secretary Jeremy Wright as saying, but he conceded that “there is cause for us to be cautious”.
- Specs on the Cameras, Charging Port and Internal Design of iPhone XI Leaked
@OnLeaks have provided several pieces of new information regarding the upcoming Apple iPhone XI. Their sources claim that two of the three ear camera sensors on the iPhone XI are 10MP and 14MP. The front-facing camera is said to be 10MP, a significant upgrade from the current 7MP on the iPhone XR/XS/XS Max. Apple is also rumored to have changed the internal design of the iPhone to fit the new cameras. The iPhone XI might feature a less “L” shaped battery and the logic board could be located above the battery. Contrary to Macotakara’s claims of the 2019 iPhone lineup adopting USB-C, @OnLeaks believes Apple will continue to use the Lightning port for the upcoming models.
- AirPods 2 with Health Monitoring Features to Launch in First Half of 2019?
Apple is said to be releasing the second generation AirPods by the first half of this year. DigiTimes claimed the upcoming AirPods will have discrete designs to support health monitoring features. The new health monitoring features should boost its appeal among consumers. A higher-end model is also in the pipeline with noise cancellation and water resistance features. An all-new design model is rumored to be arriving in 2020.
- iPhone XR US Sales Beat iPhone XS, XS Max Combined
According to a new report released by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), iPhone XR was responsible for 39% of stateside iPhone sales even though the phone was not released until October 26th, 2018. The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max combined to make up 26% of fourth quarter iPhone sales in the U.S. and the iPhone XR’s 39% was the best share for a single new for a new iPhone model since 2016’s iPhone 7. For reliable good iPhone XR aftersales parts, welcome to contact email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; or shop directly on www.hcqs.eu.
- Port-less, Button-less and Hole-less, Vivo APEX 2019 Showcased
The Vivo APEX 2019 concept smartphone has been officially unveiled by the company at an event in China. As expected, the smartphone does away with all holes, buttons, and ports to give the user a device with a seamless unibody design. The Vivo smartphone has been showcased with Snapdragon 855 SoC and 12GB of Ram, the best configuration offered in the smartphone industry at the moment.