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Apple's output of the iPhone SE will drop by a fifth in the coming quarter, indicating that the Russia-Ukraine conflict and fears of inflation have affected demand for the device, a report claims.

Published in Mobility

Thirty-six percent of Australians – equivalent to almost 7 million people – are looking to buy a new mobile in 2022, with the Apple iPhone at the top of Australians’ shopping list, according to a survey by comparison website Finder.

Branding its A Series smartphones as "Awesome", Samsung has launched several A Series models, from AU$329 to AU$799, with multiple cameras, big screens, high screen refresh rates on the A33, 53 and 73 models, a look that evokes the S22 Ultra and more to tempt iOS users and Android upgraders, and they're likely to sell really well.

Published in Home Tech

Apple's product launches always see those who have drunk the Kool-Aid from Cupertino come out drooling and shouting "best ever" even in their sleep. It has been said that Apple is something like a cult and that does not really seem far-fetched.

Published in Open Sauce

A group of technology analysts believe that the new iPhone SE announced by Apple on Tuesday will sell well despite a higher price tag due to its 5G support making it equal with its key competitors in the mid-end segment.

Published in Mobility

Apple's competitors are often forced to compete on price, because when it comes down to it, that's all they've got, but with the new 5G iPhone SE, the new M1-equipped 5G iPad Air, the new Mac Studio, the new 27-inch Studio display and the M1 Ultra processor, Apple boldly goes where no-one has gone before.

Published in Home Tech

Apple's next event was long rumoured for 8 March 2022, and so it has come to pass, with Apple making the date public, and an iPhone SE with 5G expected, as well as a new 5G-enabled iPad Air, new Macs, and hopefully, a "one more thing" surprise.

Published in Home Tech

Optus is offering new regional customers 25% off its $59 SIM plan for the first 12 months, the telco says in a statement, adding that this deal, and others, are available until 31 March.

Published in Mobility

Samsung, Apple and Xiaomi fared much better than other smartphone brands in the Western European market during the third quarter, the technology analyst firm IDC says, adding that total shipments decline 6.5% year-on-year to 28.8 million units.

Published in Mobility

Despite having to delay the launch of its iPhone 12, Apple has continued to be the top OEM in the US in 3Q 2020, with strong sales, the technology analyst firm Counterpoint Research reports.

Published in Mobility

Demand for smartphones in Australia has declined marginally due to the economic toll of the COVID-19 pandemic and handset supply delays, with a 5% drop in sales of the phones in the first half of this year.

Published in Market
Thursday, 16 April 2020 09:05

Second-gen iPhone SE arriving this month

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple's latest iPhone is going on sale this month.

Published in Mobility

Apple has just announced three new products: iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in Product RED edition, a snazzy free new video editing app and a cheaper new iPad to reboot the tablet revolution, along with iPhone SE and iPad mini capacity updates, with iOS 10.3 coming soon too.

Published in Home Tech

Apple’s iPhone SE is the perfect replacement for those with an existing 4-inch iPhone who want iPhone 6s power in a 4-inch package - here are Kantar’s thoughts.

Published in Your Tech

Apple’s decision to introduce a small form factor iPhone – a 4” screen with updated innards - has been both bagged and praised. But does it really make sense?

Published in ShawThing
Wednesday, 23 March 2016 17:20

Why iPhone SE makes sense

Apple's decision to introduce the small-form-factor iPhone SE has been bagged in some quarters. But it makes sense.

Published in Core Dump

Apple has launched a new iPhone, new iPad, new OS updates and plenty more, with the OS updates available today

Published in Mobility

Originally said to be set for the ides of March, March 15 has been stabbed in the back with March 21 for Apple’s event chosen instead.

Published in Home Tech




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