Category: iPhone


Apple and Samsung both had a mixed second quarter

While Apple registered modest growth, with the strong performance of Services compensating the declining iPhone sales, Samsung’s revenue and profit continued to plummet, thanks to weakness in the semiconductor market.

Apple’s design chief decides to call it a day

Jony Ive, Apple’s Chief Design Officers, has announced that he is leaving the company at the end of the year and will set up LoveFrom, his own creative business, with Apple as its first client.

Microsoft and Sony join up on AI and cloud gaming

Microsoft and Sony have signed a memorandum of understanding to jointly develop cloud systems for game and content streaming, and to integrate Microsoft’s AI with Sony’s image sensors.

Google is expanding eSim reach beyond Fi

With connectivity taking a more prominent role, Google has tied more partnerships to support eSim on the Pixel 3, taking the business into international markets.

Qualcomm seeks US import ban on Apple iPhone

Qualcomm has filed a complaint with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) which claims Apple is infringing six of its patents enabling various features.

The Telecoms.com Podcast – iPhones are for Girls

With a work-shy Scott skiving off again, Iain Morris joins Tim and Jamie to explore the ramifications of governmental spying in the US and the UK. Trump gets hostile on net neutrality; BT has another mare with Ofcom and Openreach; and if you’re listening to this on an iPhone, you’re probably a girl.

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