LTE enabled laptops coming soon
Remember when we were kids and dreamed of the day that laptops and gadgets would be able to charge up and also connect to internet anywhere on earth without cables? Those distant dreams are closing distance with reality. An article on 9t05mac says that Microsoft just announced 6 major PC manufacturers committed to pushing LTE-capable laptops.
We are collaborating with our ecosystem on a shared vision. This starts with a close partnership at the silicon layer, with Intel and Qualcomm and with our mobile operator partners to provide seamless eSIM connectivity. Microsoft device partners ASUS, HP, Huawei, Lenovo, VAIO, and Xiaomi, are committed to this new category of Always Connected PCs using eSIM technology. In addition, Microsoft announced Always Connected devices will be coming from ASUS, HP, and Lenovo on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. These new ...
Leaked Schematics of the iPhone 7
The iPhone 7 is still a few months out from release, but reports have surfaced recently that show schematics for the new iPhone 7 and we're finally getting a taste. Take a look below:
What's new with the iPhone 7?
The schematics taht we found on 9to5mac.com reveal that the iPhone 7 will use the exact same dimensions as the iPhone 6 series of phones as far as width is concerned. Rumors have also been fluttering around the web that the iPhone 7 will now had a touch sensitive home button and it will be dust and waterproof as well. Though we cannot confirm those things based on this schematic, it's clear to see that Apple has dropped the 3.5mm headphone jack which we've reported about for months now. In addition to that, they've made some room ...
iPhone 7 Curved Glass Screen
Just when it looked like Apple was going to innovate something new and exciting, they jumped into the curved glass screen market. Samsung made the biggest waves with their curved glass screens like we saw in the Galaxy Edge series of phones. According to an article on Macrumors.com, it looks like the 2017 iPhone is going to more closely resemble the iPhone 4 generation of phones. KGI Securities Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reports that Apple is "Seeking to move away from the metal casing designs that are no longer unique, Apple will reportedly take the glass-backed design used for the iPhone 4 and 4s 'to the next level' in building the 2017 iPhone." A curved screen would dramatically affect the way companies perform iPhone repair in Hoffman Estates.
Larger or smaller than the iPhone 6?
The new 2017 ...
Ready for your sneak peak of the new iPhone 6S +? Feast your eyes:
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The iPhone 6S is just around the corner and we're expecting release times to be announced shortly. (more…)