Despite earlier statements to the contrary and a big consumer backlash, it seems that Apple can't change this bad habit. The controversial 'throttling' of the processors of older iPhones will continue, even up to the iPhone X. Although Apple isn't being completely open about this, customers have some choice this time.
An exciting October full of mobile announcements is upon us. Apple aims to end the month with a blast, presenting both the new Mac and the best tablet of 2018 - the iPad Pro 2018, during their October 30th New York event.
Apple is a trend-setter, whether you like it or not. The new iPhones presented last week don't seem to incorporate features as popular as last year's notch but dual SIM and eSIM could become a must in the 2019 flagships.
Samsung has discontinued further security patches for the Galaxy S6, introduced in 2015. New security gaps are no longer closed; the devices are no longer ideal for online banking or other critical apps. The iPhone 6s, on the other hand, is still receiving updates.
Machine learning is spreading in many forms all around, and smartphones are an elementary building block. Special chips such as NPUs are everywhere. What are the advantages of machine learning in everyday life? And who needs an NPU? We have the answers.