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  1. In this release of insider information: iPhone 13 may lose all ports; iMac and Mac Pro will also be equipped with Apple Silicon M1 processors; dozens of Samsung smartphones will soon receive OneUI 3.0 based on Android 11. iPhone 13 may lose all ports According to authoritative network informant John Prosser, the flagship iPhone 13 smartphone, which will be presented next year, may become the first Apple mobile gadget completely devoid of physical ports. At the same time, Prosser notes that such a feature will not be characteristic of the entire iPhone 13 line, but only for certa
  2. Unfortunately, Apple is not yet able to fully compete with the flagships of Huawei and Xiaomi in terms of cameras. Two days ago, DxOMark specialists published a detailed report on testing the main camera of the iPhone 12 Pro-the smartphone took fourth place in the rating, gaining the same number of points as the Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro – 128. And now a detailed test of the iPhone 12 Pro Max camera has been published – this model differs from its younger brother with a wide-angle camera sensor, optical zoom capabilities, and optical stabilization. And all these improvements paid off: the iPhone 1
  3. In this release of insider information: named the characteristics of the prototype iPad mini 6th generation; the first details about the new iPhone SE became known; press-renders of budget Motorola Moto E7 published; OPPO will release three concept devices at once. The characteristics of the prototype iPad mini 6th generation The only tablet that hasn't received an update this year is the Apple iPad mini. However, according to insiders, the American company is still preparing to release the 6th generation iPad Mini, the alleged characteristics of which were published by one of t
  4. In this release of insiders information: the key characteristics of the Samsung Galaxy A52 5G revealed by the benchmark; Apple may abandon the iPad mini tablet line; the presentation date of the flagship NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 Ti video card is named. Samsung Galaxy A52 5G key specs revealed by benchmark In the Geekbench 5 database, a previously unannounced Samsung Galaxy A52 5G smartphone appeared. According to the testing protocol, as a hardware platform, the new product will receive an eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G processor that supports at least 6 GB of RAM. It is
  5. In this release of Insider information: the characteristics of the Motorola Moto E LE with a Snapdragon processor revealed by the retailer; Apple Watch Series 6 will not receive an innovative display; OPPO Reno 4 was tested in Geekbench a few days before the announcement; Samsung Galaxy Watch 2 will retain a fan-favorite feature of the accessory. Features of Motorola Moto E LE with Snapdragon processor revealed by the retailer The American operator Verizon published the main specifications of the unannounced smartphone Motorola E LE, the presentation of which is expected in the n
  6. In this release of insider information: HUAWEI will introduce a special version of the P30 Pro with four Leica cameras and Google services; Intel Core i5-10400 with six cores lit up on the network; New MacBook Pro 13 '' Features Revealed. HUAWEI will present a special version of the P30 Pro with four Leica cameras and Google services HUAWEI has already introduced the P30 Lite line of smartphones, as well as the flagship P40 and P40 Pro. But, according to informants, the company plans to release a special version of the P30 Pro, which will be equipped with four sensors of the main
  7. Despite the popularity of AirPods wireless earbuds, Apple is rumored to have decided not to give up on the form factor of overhead headphones with a headband. Well-known industry insider John Prosser published information about the upcoming release of the new "Apple" acoustics on his Twitter account and named not only its price but also the expected date of the announcement. According to the source, the vendor plans to release new wireless headphones with an overhead design, the cost of which will be about $350. It is reported that data about the headset was discovered in the source
  8. Taiwan-based TSMC, one of the largest manufacturers of semiconductor materials, has announced the achievement of an important stage in the transition to a 5-nm process. Earlier, the Corporation told about the intentions in 2020 to establish the production of A-series chips for Apple mobile devices, made according to this advanced technology process. It is reported that the TSMC design infrastructure has already been completed, which allows Apple and other customers to start working on their own chips built on a 5-nm process. TSMC provides all the necessary technology files, tools, an
  9. The network has long been rumored that Apple intends to use in its computers ARM-processors of its own design, as in mobile gadgets. Now, this is confirmed by the results of testing of two unknown chips of the "Apple" brand, which are not inferior in power to the top desktop solutions from Intel and AMD. In the GeekBench 4 database two Apple processors with 10 and 12 cores are noticed, the marking of which differs from that in mobile chips for iPhone and iPad. Both chipset has shown a very impressive performance. 3.4 GHz 10-core chip: 7335 points in a single-core test
  10. Immediately after the release of the first beta Android Q from Google decided to remind myself and Apple will announce the date of the annual conference for developers WWDC 2019. As usual, the event is expected primarily to present new versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS. The most anticipated announcement of WWDC 2019 is the presentation of iOS 13. According to rumors, Apple will finally add support for the long-awaited dark theme to the mobile operating system. Also, insiders report that the iPad will be redesigned home screen and will be able to move between multiple pages o
  11. Already at the beginning of this year, Apple has managed to be noted in several scandalous stories related to the privacy of iPhone users. The last in the spotlight was the vulnerability of the branded messenger, and recently foreign users reported the possibility of data theft by popular applications from the App Store. The company promptly responded to the appeal and took tough measures against a number of mobile developers. The "blacklist" of the company got a number of applications, including Hotels.com, Expedia, Abercrombie & Fitch, Air Canada, and Singapore Airlines. All "v
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