”Apple’s Mac lineup is stale, and that is putting it mildly,” Mark Reschke writes for T-GAAP. “The Mac Pro is now a staggering 2 1/2 years into its lifecycle without a single upgrade. 158 more words
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”One day this fall, if things occur as usual, Apple will stage a big event to introduce the next flagship iPhone,” Walt Mossberg writes for The Verge. 187 more words
”The iPhone 7 could be completely waterproof and charge wirelessly, according to one new concept revealed this week,” Jeff Parsons reports for The Mirror.
“Industrial designer Herman Haidin has taken a stab at predicting the next version of Apple’s handset and reckons the American tech giant could use a material known as ‘liquidmetal,'” Parsons reports. 133 more words
Taiwan-based Catcher Technology will “remain as the largest chassis supplier for Apple’s upcoming new iPhone products, according to the Chinese-language Commercial Times citing a report from a research firm,” Joseph Tsai reports for Digitizes. 188 more words
”While Apple has yet to release a major product made from Liquidmetal stock — aside from a SIM ejector tool — the company is still actively researching methods of producing large format amorphous alloy parts, suggesting the material could one day see use in a shipping device,” Mikey Campbell reports for AppleInsider. 303 more words