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Apple is reportedly preparing to launch another entry in its popular iPad family of tablets. The next device to get refreshed will be the entry-level iPad, which will allegedly once again see its display size increased. According to the report from CnBeta, the new 9th generation iPad will increase its display size to 10.5 inches, and it will incorporate the A13 Bionic processor that was first introduced last year with the iPhone 11 family of smartphones. It's also reported that there will be 4GB of RAM onboard. The current 8th generation iPad has a 10.2-inch display and uses the A12 Bionic SoC paired with 3GB of RAM.  Although these upgrades sound nice, we've got some bad... Read more...
Just as we expected, Apple has launched its second-generation iPhone SE, and like the previous reports suggested, the smartphone is based on the existing iPhone 8 design. This is a big step up from the previous generation iPhone SE, which was based on the elderly 4-inch iPhone 5S chassis. The new 2020 edition of the iPhone SE, however, looks identical to the iPhone 8, but brings a big upgrade in performance. Instead of an A11 Bionic SoC, Apple has put in the current top-dog A13 Bionic SoC that is used in the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro models. Since it's based on the iPhone 8, the iPhone SE features hefty bezels above and below the 4.7-inch True Tone display along with Touch ID (instead... Read more...
Apple had its big keynote address for this year, and the highly anticipated iPhone 11 family has been revealed. As expected, there are three new models that have been announced, which are successors for the iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max respectively. Meet the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Let's start off with the iPhone 11, which is the least inexpensive of the bunch. It features a 6.1-inch LCD (like its predecessor) along with a revised (and faster) version of Face ID. The screen resolution remains the same (1792x868), but Apple has made some slight modifications to the panel to make improve colors and overall performance. Inside, Apple is using a new A13 Bionic SoC,... Read more...