KGI lowers iPhone X sales estimates, reiterates 6.1-inch LCD iPhone coming in fall

  • 19 January 2018
  • Anon

A new report from KGI defies market consensus claiming that iPhone X shipments are not as strong as many believe. The analyst says that it believes Apple will ship around 18 million iPhone X units in the current quarter, significantly below estimates from other analysts. It primarily blames longer replacement cycles in China for the weaker demand for iPhone X.

Review: Away Travel’s USB-powered Carry-On luggage helped me survive CES

  • 18 January 2018
  • Anon

Traveling can disrupt even the best laid plans, and with today’s connected lifestyles, the stress of an unexpected situation is only exacerbated if you’re worrying about keeping your devices powered up. Combine that with the chaos and and spectacle that is the annual Consumer Electronics Show, and you’ve got the perfect storm for a travel headache.

‘Right to repair’ legislation gaining steam amid Apple’s iPhone battery replacement program

  • 18 January 2018
  • Anon

Amid Apple’s ongoing battery repair program, iFixit today reports that “Right to Repair” legislation is gaining traction. The site explains that so far this year, 17 states have introduced bills that would reduce repair costs by opening up parts and tools to independent repair shops…
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009: Trump’s Apple love, App Store rejections, and throttle toggles | 9to5Mac Daily

  • 18 January 2018
  • Anon

Today we’ve got President Trump’s reaction to Apple’s $350 billion investment announcement, an app that claims to detect net neutrality violations being rejected, a fix coming for a new iMessage bug, and Tim Cook promising a toggle to stop performance throttling on iPhones with older batteries.

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