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Living With The iPhone 6S+ 128GB

The Apple iPhone 6S+ 128GB is Apple’s current huge flagship phone. If you want dimensions, weight, screen specs, etc., please google them up. I add …

Here's proof Samsung has leapfrogged Apple's iPhone design

Xiaomi announced its latest Mi 5 flagship smartphone at Mobile World Congress on Wednesday. It has some of the best specs around and comes with a low …

Apple CEO Tim Cook: FBI asked us to make software 'equivalent of cancer'

Apple chief executive Tim Cook accused the US government of asking his firm to engineer the “software equivalent of cancer” to help investigators unlock a terrorist’s iPhone.<p>“This is not about one phone,” Cook told ABC multiple times in an interview, which aired 24 February. “This case is about the …

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The company that builds iPhones, Kindles, and PlayStations is launching a multibillion-dollar acquisition

The Taiwanese firm, known formally as Hon Hai Precision Industry, has offered to invest 659 billion yen ($5.9 billion) in Sharp, sources have previously said.<p>Sharp's board earlier concluded a two-day meeting to discuss whether to accept an offer by the world's largest contract electronics …

4-inch iPhone 5se may not be enough to reverse slowing iPhone sales

Apple is widely expected to break with tradition by introducing its much-rumored 4-inch iPhone 5se in March, but despite predictions that this could net Apple an extra 10 million+ unit sales per year, it may not be enough to reverse the larger trend of slowing iPhone sales.<p>Tim Cook has been clear …

Apple’s rumored A10 chipmaker is spending big on new equipment

TSMC is reportedly the only manufacturer set to build A10 chips for the upcoming iPhone 7 — and it’s spending the money necessary to not only fulfil Apple’s orders this year, but hopefully to secure future A-series chip orders, as well.<p>According to a new report, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing …