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  • Apple Reportedly Set To Launch New Phone

    Even though it hasn’t even been a year since Apple’s iPhone X launched, rumors are already surfacing about the next iPhone. While there’s nothing official yet, here’s everything we think we know about the next-generation device. Price and release date Although the iPhone X is Apple’s most expensive phone, the company may be focused on bringing down costs in 2018. A report from KGI Securities says Apple wants to “reduce costs and selling prices” before the release of the next iPhone. AppleInsider reported that a 6.1-inch budget model iPhone with an LCD screen will go on sale in 2018. This model will be priced at $650-$750, well below the iPhone X. KGI Securities says, however, that the 6.1-inch phone, which reportedly won’t have 3D Touch or a dual-lens camera, will cost between $700 and $800. According to a tweet by a reporter from Business Insider, an analyst from RBC Capital gives more insight on potential future pricing for 2018. Amit Daryanani predicts the 6.1-inch LCD model will start at $700 and the 5.8-inch OLED model could start at $899 — leaving the iPhone X Plus to start at $999. Daryanani believes Apple will lower the starting price of the next-generation iPhone X by $100 in order to strengthen and boost sales of the device. That way, the company can then push the iPhone X Plus into the $999 price range instead. View image on Twitter View image on Twitter kif ✔ @kifleswing RBC forecasts 2018 iPhone prices 9:23 AM - Mar 26, 2018 1 See kif's other Tweets Twitter Ads info and privacy What will Apple name it? While we don’t know exactly what the next iPhone will be called, we’re assuming it’s not going to be labeled as the iPhone 9. Originally, we assumed Apple would call it the iPhone 11 — but as more rumors begin to circulate, it seems there could be other options. A majority of recent reports have been referring to this year’s flagship as the iPhone X Plus, so we’re going to call it that for now. How many phones will there be? Apple dipped its toes into edge-to-edge phones with the iPhone X, but reports indicate the company could seriously expand its lineup in 2018. In fact, rumors suggest that the company will launch three phones with an iPhone X-like design. According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple will launch its largest iPhone ever, a new phone the same size as the current iPhone X and a less expensive iPhone with some features missing. The larger device will reportedly feature a 6.5-inch display, which is pretty huge. It will likely be positioned as the “plus-sized” iPhone, much like the iPhone 8 Plus is today. Then there is the low-cost device, which will reportedly also feature an edge-to-edge display, as well as Face ID over a fingerprint sensor. So how will Apple cut costs? The company will reportedly use slightly cheaper materials, instead of limiting the features on the phone. OLED display again iPhone X plant Julian Chokkattu/Digital Trends According to The Investor, at least two of the next iPhones will likely have OLED displays. In 2017, Apple placed an order with Samsung for 5.2-inch, 5.8-inch, and 6.5-inch displays. However, a subsequent report in September 2017 said Apple canceled the 5.2-inch display order, possibly due to low marketability. In addition to the OLED order, The Wall Street Journal reports Apple made a panel order with Japan Display for a 6-inch-plus model. Japan Display makes Full Active LCD displays that are less expensive than OLED displays, yet offer many of the same features. The iPhones with Full Active LCD display will feature darker blacks than on a traditional LCD display and can be used with wet hands. A report from KGI Securities supports that information, stating that iPhone will produce a 6.1-inch budget iPhone with an LCD screen in 2018. This iPhone will have a lower-resolution screen but will still have Face ID. Nikkei backs that rumor up with information from its source that Apple will be doing exactly that. While it may seem like a jump backwards at first glance, it’s likely Apple has some solid reasoning behind such a move. OLED displays are currently only able to be supplied in bulk by Samsung, whose Galaxy smartphone range is the iPhone’s biggest competitor, and going back to LCD for at least one model would ensure that Apple would be able to guarantee supply of at least one type of iPhone. In addition, a report from KGI Securities notes something else about the display of the 6.1-inch phone — that it won’t include Apple’s 3D Touch. That would be a pretty disappointing move from Apple, which has included 3D Touch as a staple feature on its iPhones for some time now. Apple has previously seen OLED supply as a potential issue, and although LG has previously invested heavily to keep up production of its OLED screens, Nikkei claims that LG’s production cannot currently provide enough stock for Apple’s needs. Switching to LCD would allow Apple to control its supply more easily, and not have to rely on a single supplier for iPhone displays. It looks like 2018 will finally be the year that Apple discontinues its 4.7-inch iPhone. Amid reports that it canceled an order for 5.2-inch displays due to low marketability potential, it seems unlikely that the company is going to release another 4.7-inch model. Several reports also claim that Apple will release an update of the iPhone SE, called iPhone SE 2, in May or June. The low-cost iPhone is reported to have an improved processor and camera sensor. Here are the latest details we have on the iPhone SE 2. Design and case At least one of the iPhone X models will feature a metal case, according to a story in the Nikkei Asian Review. The 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will likely feature a metal case in several different colors, and a new report from KGI Securities mentions the frame of the 6.1-inch phone will be aluminum. Casetek, the company that currently manufactures iPad frames, could be the supplier for the cases. We believe the both the 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch iPhones will feature a glass case that is reminiscent of the current iPhone X. TrueDepth camera will make a return According to a story on Mashable, the next iPhone will not feature TrueDepth 3D rear cameras. The story, based on a report from KGI Securities, says Apple will instead focus on launching new models with the front-facing TrueDepth cameras and stabilizing shipments. While KGI originally reported that the next iPhones would feature the TrueDepth 3D rear cameras, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that Apple’s current cameras have about two-and-a-half-year lead over current Android phones. KGI Securities also predicted that the 6.1-inch iPhone may do away with dual-lens cameras altogether, instead opting for a single-lens camera. It’s currently unclear if Apple intends to use machine learning to implement features like Portrait Mode, like Google did with the Google Pixel 2, or if it’ll just be a single-lens camera with single-lens features. Battery and wireless charging Apple iPhone X Review Julian Chokkattu/Digital Trends All three 2018 iPhone models will feature more powerful batteries, according to information from KGI Securities that was first reported on MacRumors. Both the 5.8- and 6.5-inch iPhones will take advantage of the new L-shaped battery design used in the iPhone X. Apple’s budget model, the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, will likely have a rectangular battery in order to keep costs down. The report from KGI Securities says the 5.8-inch iPhone will likely have a 2,900-3,00mAh battery. In a separate report, KGI reports the 6.5-inch iPhone will feature a 3,300-3,400mAH battery, while the 5.8-inch iPhone will have a 2,800mAh battery. The iPhone X was the first to feature an L-shaped battery. The new L-shaped battery allows Apple to make more efficient use of the limited space inside the chassis. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said this design also allows the battery to charge more quickly. A report earlier this year in Chosun Ilbo confirmed Apple had chosen LG Chem to supply the L-shaped batteries in 2018 iPhones. While Apple relies on a number of companies to supply batteries for the iPhone, LG Chem is the only company that makes L-shaped batteries. In 2017, Apple finally included wireless charging on its iPhones. This is a welcome addition that has been on many Android phones for the last several years. In 2018, Apple may be mixing things up a bit more, and while we assume that at least two models of the next iPhone will come with a glass back, a report from Nikkei claims the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will include a more traditional iPhone 7-esque metal casing on the phone, which would lock out wireless charging. It would also sidestep some of those horrendously huge repair costs that result from accidents with glass backs. Apple has also been rumored to be working with a company called Energous since 2015. Energous created a charging method that would allow you to charge your iPhone X Plus up to 15 feet away from one of its transmitters. While there were rumors that last year’s crop of iPhones would include Energous wireless charging, the company was unable to ship its transmitters in time. Other rumors In November, KGI’s analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted 2018 iPhones will feature baseband chips from Intel (as the main supplier) and Qualcomm. They were supposedly pre-5G wireless chips, which would increase the iPhone from 2×2 MIMO — multiple-input multiple-output technology — to 4×4 MIMO. According to the most recent report from 9to5Mac, Kuo claims Apple will use Intel as its exclusive supplier — excluding Qualcomm from 2018 iPhones completely. KGI says Intel is better-suited for Apple’s technical requirements and also offers more competitive prices. But Qualcomm might have the upper hand when it comes to 5G networking, which KGI claims Intel might not be quite ready for. The next iPhone may offer 5G technology, dramatically increasing data speeds. Business Insider reports that Apple applied with the Federal Communications Commission to begin testing a new wireless technology called millimeter wave. This technology allows devices to access more bandwidth than is currently possible on existing cellular networks. In 2017, we reported that Apple may be creating a special version of the Pencil for at least one model of this year’s iPhone. While the Pencil debuted with the iPad Pro in 2015, the company has yet to make a Pencil that is compatible with the iPhone. If the next iPhone does include a Pencil, it will place the phone in direct competition with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8. AppleInsider reports that Apple has developed a relationship with LG Innotek to create flexible circuit boards for the next iPhone. These flexible circuit boards, already used in some devices like the Samsung Galaxy, would allow Apple to create an iPhone with a curved display. Updated on March 26: iPhone X plus will reportedly start at $999, and the next-generation iPhone X will decrease to $899 Editors' Recommendations Everything you need to know about the Apple iPhone SE 2 Report reveals the iPhone 8 outsold the flagship iPhone X in the U.S. during Q4 Everything you need to know about the performance dip on your iPhone 2018 Apple iPad Pro: News and rumors Apple will halve iPhone X production after limp holiday sales, report says DON'T MISS Best iOS app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps are free for a limited time

    26/03/2018 - Wochit
  • Super Mario 3D World Camera Feature

    Koichi Hayashida the director of Super Mario 3D World talks about the camera feature for Super Mario 3D World. Like Wii U on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WiiU Like Nintendo on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Nintendo Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/NintendoAmerica Contact Us: http://www.nintendo.com/contact Newsletter: http://www.nintendo.com/consumer/news...

    18/06/2014 - Nintendo
  • Lumix Camera and Camcorders at The Gadget Show Live 2011

    At the Panasonic stand, our new range of Lumix cameras are being showcased. Tom Dunmore reports live from the Panasonic Stand at The Gadget Show Live 2011 to tell you more about our Lumix cameras and camcorders. Look out for more videos coming soon. To be the first to here more from Tom and Panasonic live from The Gadget Show Live 2011 follow Panasonic on Twitter - http://twitter.com/PanasonicUK This video was shot on a Lumix GH2 We're showing off the gorgeous Lumix GH2 compact system camera at The Gadget Show. With its interchangeable lenses, the GH2 looks like a shrunken DSLR but actually uses Micro Four Thirds technology to keep it tiny and portable. It records stunning Full HD video and takes amazing 16MP stills -- and guess what, you can shoot 3D stills too, with the addition of a 3D conversion lens. At the Panasonic stand, our new range of Lumix cameras are also being showcased, which can also capture 3D stills using the 3D assist feature. Simply take a 20-second video clip and the camera, such as the rugged DMC-FT3, will automatically choose two pictures to create that stereoscopic effect when you view it back on a 3D TV. The DMC-FT3 also features an altimeter, compass, barometer, GPS and is shockproof and waterproof up to 12m, meaning you can take 3D stills in truly extreme locations. We also have rugged, pocket sized camcorders -- despite their size, the waterproof, shockproof TA20 will shoot in Full HD, with image stabilisation to keep the picture steady even when you're not. And it's just one of a range of easy-to-use Full HD multimedia cameras, also including cool pistol-grip designs. http://www.panasonic.co.uk/

    28/11/2012 - Panasonic
  • Instagram Tests A Screenshot Notification

    The days of quietly lurking on someone's Instagram may be numbered. The app has begun testing a feature that would let you know if somebody has screenshotted your story. According to screenshots shared on Twitter from users who are in the testing group, a camera shutter icon will appear next to the name of someone screenshotted that story. TechCrunch reported on Monday, users will not get a push notification when someone has screenshotted their story. Instagram confirmed with Business Insider that it's only testing the feature with a small number of users.

    12/02/2018 - Wochit
  • BUB SOUNDS 2: The Purr

    www.lilbub.comwww.facebook.com/iamlilbub/infoFinally, the long anticipated sequel to BUB SOUNDS (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2YKP6FiiJro&feature=plcp). This is a low-budget documentary style film, capturing BUB in the moment with a phone camera, which why it looks crappy. Sorry!www.lilbub.comBUBSTORE: store.lilbub.comFACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/iamlilbubTWITTER: www.twitter.com/iamlilbubINSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/iamlilbub

    24/12/2016 - Endemol UK
  • Best iPad apps 2017: download these now

    It's the apps that really set iOS apart from other platforms - So which ones are worth your cash? Luckily techradar.com tested thousands of the best iPad apps so that you don't have to. The definitive list of what applications you need to download for your iPad now. The first app is Hipstamatic for $2.99. Hipstamatic gets a recommendation on the basis of other things it does. Load an image from your Camera Roll, and you can delve into Hipstamatic’s editor. The second app is duet display for $9.99. If your iPad’s sitting around doing nothing while you work on a Mac or PC, Duet Display can turn it into a handy second screen for your desktop or notebook. Finally Lily is awesome for only $1.99. Music-creation apps can overwhelm, even when trying to be friendly. Lily neatly takes a rather more playful – if slightly twee – stab at having you make tunes.

    20/03/2017 - Wochit
  • Twitter Makes In-App Camera Use Simpler

    Business Insider reports that Twitter has made it easier for people to take videos and photos from inside its app. A design tweak means you can swipe left from your timeline, straight into the camera. Twitter says its the best place to follow events as they're happening. Twitter wants to make it easier for people to start broadcasting right away. The change coincides with the massive popularity of image-oriented apps like Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat.

    14/03/2019 - Wochit
  • Twitter testing hide tweet feature

    Twitter is experimenting with a new feature to hide tweets, which will help facilitate healthier conversations on the platform.

    04/03/2019 - BANG Showbiz
  • Twitter Is Adding A Hide Tweet Feature

    According to Gizmodo.com, "Twitter’s quest to fix its platform continues, this time with an experimental replies moderation feature. The “Hide Tweet” feature will be a public experiment, but it’s not clear yet who will have access to it." Yasmeen Haq told the press, "With this feature, the person who started a conversation could choose to hide replies to their tweets. The hidden replies would be viewable by others through a menu option...

    01/03/2019 - Wochit
  • Queen + Adam Lambert to feature in new documentary

    Queen + Adam Lambert are set to star in a new documentary, detailing their journey since their first shows together in 2011.

    26/02/2019 - BANG Showbiz

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