- Mobile Phones
Saturday, 4 Jul 2015
Based on new images of the internals of an alleged Apple iPhone 6S, 9to5Mac believes that we can expect a new NFC processor, 16GB base storage, lesser chips and slight design tweaks. Read on to find out more.
Friday, 3 Jul 2015
Rumors of an Android-powered Blackberry device have been circulating for a while now and today Evan Blass, aka evleaks, posted a picture on Twitter that he claims is "the Android-powered BlackBerry Venice slider." More details inside.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun announced on his Weibo account that the company has sold more than 34.7 million smartphones in the first half of the year. This marks an increase of 33% compared to the same period last year.
An alleged Foxconn employee reportedly leaked an internal document detailing the new camera features and specs of Apple's upcoming iPhones. Read on to find out more.
9to5Mac reports that Apple's new iPhones will come with a new Qualcomm LTE chipset which is more power-efficient and can deliver 4G LTE speeds of up to 300Mbps.
Thursday, 2 Jul 2015
Sketches from case maker ITSKINS suggest that Apple's upcoming iPhones will be slightly thicker than the current iPhone 6 models. Could this mean a bigger battery or the integration of new display technologies? Read on to find out more.
Another day, another iPhone leak. This time, it's the new iPhone 6S’ casing that’s been revealed, thanks to 9to5Mac, and it looks like there won’t be a dual-lens camera system coming this year. Pictures inside.
LG is said to be introducing a "S" variant of its G4 flagship smartphone later this year. It reportedly comes with a smaller display and an octa-core processor. Read on to find out more.
Rumors of a new 4-inch Apple iPhone just won't fade away as analysts from Jefferies believe a metal-clad one is coming in the first quarter of 2016.
Wednesday, 1 Jul 2015
Apple's music streaming service launches in Singapore with a free 3 month trial. Apple Music gets you access to the millions of songs in Apple's catalogue, which you can stream over the air or download to your device.