We’ve already seen the dummy models from the 9to5Mac team – including 6.5 inch iPhone X Plus, which is known to be the second generation iPhone X. It is believed that it will be cheaper than the iPhone 8.
Believing to be the flagship model, the dummy shows that Apple will surpass iPhone X Plus’ display, with a 5.5-inch display, all of this thanks to the iPhone X’s ‘bezel-less’ display. The design will also be different.
Android fast charge will come with the new iPhone
On the internet, there were some leaked imaged that showed a lot more than expected about the Apple’s sat charger that’s on the to-do list of the new iPhone. This will mean that iPhone, together with the new-fast charge circuits will correspondence with some other fast-charging smartphones that are coming from Android.
The leaked photos show Apple’s new charger, and it seems that the chargers are based on USB-C. This actually means that the company will give the new iPhone X handsets together with a USB-C to lightning charging cable. It’s amazing that Apple finally thought about giving us a charging cable with a dongle-free connection to its very own hardware.
Jon Gruber was there to talk about this matter. He said that by moving to an 18-watt adapter for iPhones and iPads was actually a good idea. This gives us wired charging with the fasters charge and, inductive charging pads for the most suitable experience.
MacBook Pro to be benchmarked
We looked for details in the online benchmarking tool called Geekbench to find possible updated for MacBook Pro for 2018. We found out that the basic specifics are a bit different than the numbers showed before. We’ve seen how Apple gave all of its interest to iOS and didn’t really pay attention to Mac, so it really shouldn’t be a surprise that Mac doesn’t have new updates.
We have one question that we’re dying to find the answer to from Apple. We were wondering if the company will have any a platform from MacBook machines at a key event. Considering the fact that the developer community met at WWDC, we know that one of the key moments was totally ignored. The company event from March had the iPad as a topic. There’s no wondering why the updates for macOS that were announced at WWDC were there to support iOS or were simply cosmetic.