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Apple Increases iPhone SE Orders Amid Growing Sales Pressures

In line with Apple CEO Tim Cook's recent comments about "very strong" iPhone SE demand exceeding supply, the company has reportedly increased orders for the low-priced 4-inch smartphone in the second quarter of 2016. DigiTimes claims...Show More Summary

New 'Ultra-Thin' MacBooks Launching in Second Half of 2016 May Sport Metal Injection Mold-Made Hinges

Last November it was reported that Apple was working with suppliers to "fully redesign" many of the MacBook's internal components to achieve a slimmer design. Today, DigiTimes reports one of those redesigns is a move to metal injection...Show More Summary

More Suppliers Secure Apple Watch 2 Orders as Launch Inches Closer

With the Apple Watch 2 expected to launch in the second half of 2016, supply chain informant DigiTimes reports that Samsung and other overseas manufacturers have secured component orders for the next-generation device. Taiwan-based Advanced...Show More Summary

Foxconn to Develop OLED Displays Following Sharp Takeover

Following multiple reports claiming Apple will release its first OLED-based iPhone as early as 2017, DigiTimes Research says that Apple manufacturer Foxconn will develop AMOLED displays through its recent investment in troubled Japanese...Show More Summary

Apple: Take DigiTimes Chip Report with ‘Large Grain of Salt,’ Says JP Morgn

J.P. Morgan’s Rod Hall, who has an Overweight rating on Apple (AAPL) shares, this morning weighs in on the somewhat vague report yesterday by DigiTimes about a decline in the company’s orders of chips in Q2. That report came at the same...Show More Summary

iPhone SE may not be able to offset drop in iPhone 6s sales

Apple's iPhone SE hit stores today, but the company's latest 4-inch iPhone may not be enough to help offset an overall decline in iPhone sales. According to a report from Digitimes, iPhone 6s and 6s Plus demand is far lower than demand for Apple's iPhone 6 models last year. Show More Summary

Apple’s Chip Orders for Q2 Light, Says DigiTimes

DigiTimes‘s Cage Chao and Jesse Shen this morning write that Apple‘s (AAPL) “chip orders are relatively slow” for chips of which Apple expects to take delivery in Q2 for its various devices, citing multiple unnamed sources. Shen and Chao report that Apple’s sales have been “disappointing” of late, apparently referring to the 6s and 6s […]

iPhone SE demand not high enough to offset declining iPhone 6s sales, say supply chain sources

Supply-chain sources cited by the variably-reliable Digitimes claim that Apple’s Q2 chip orders are down on previous years, and that demand for the iPhone SE is not high enough to offset declining demand for the iPhone 6s/Plus. Shipments...Show More Summary

Digitimes estimates Apple will sell 4M 9.7-inch iPad Pros in first half of the year

There’s never long between Apple launching a new product and the first sales forecasts. Digitimes has a somewhat mixed track record, but for whatever it may be worth its research wing is estimating that Apple will sell four million 9.7-inch...Show More Summary

Rumors of a new MacBook Pro only prove it’s time Apple refresh its desktop lineup

A recent report from DigiTimes suggests Apple is working on thin MacBook Pros for release this Summer, which will be powered by Intel’s Skylake processors. The report itself is shaky and light on details, but I think I speak for everyone when I say: it’s about time you paid attention to the desktop, Apple. Show More Summary

Apple plans thinner 13-inch, 15-inch MacBook by July: Report

The expected MacBooks are said to be thinner than the current MacBook Air, according to a Digitimes report.

Apple reportedly set to introduce new, thinner, 13 inch and 15 inch MacBooks by July

Digitimes has a mixed track record of reliability with regard to Apple rumors, but its latest report gels with expectations. The report claims Apple is preparing new 13 inch and 15 inch MacBooks to launch in the summer, by July. Although...Show More Summary

Apple Supplier Broadcom Reportedly Phasing Out Wi-Fi Chip Business

Communications chip maker and Apple supplier Broadcom is planning to phase out its Wi-Fi chip business in order to streamline its workforce and product line, according to industry sources in Taiwan (via DigiTimes). The move follows the...Show More Summary

Apple may need to find new WiFi chip supplier as Broadcom reportedly scales back production

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple may be left needing to find a new supplier of WiFi chips if a Digitimes report is accurate. The report claims that Broadcom is scaling back its WiFi chip production in favor of more profitable products. As is often the case with Digitimes...Show More Summary

Larger 5.8-Inch OLED iPhone Screen Could Allow for Wraparound Display

A DigiTimes rumor shared this morning pointed towards the possibility of a future 5.8-inch display in an iPhone, a significant size increase over the existing 5.5-inch display of the iPhone 6s Plus. Rumor sites have expressed some skepticism...Show More Summary

Apple could be making a giant iPhone (AAPL)

We might see a brand new iPhone with a 5.8-inch screen in 2018, according to a note in DigiTimes found by The Motley Fool. That's bigger than the iPhone 6s Plus, which is the biggest iPhone currently available (with a 5.5-inch screen). The...Show More Summary

News: Rumor: 5.8” OLED iPhone to arrive in next few years?

2 months agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Citing pre-publication notes from DigiTimes — a notoriously spotty source for Apple news — The Motley Fool reports Apple has “plans to launch a 5.8-inch iPhone featuring rigid AMOLED display panels in 2018 or even earlier in 2017.” The...Show More Summary

Digitimes: Apple planning 5.8-inch OLED iPhone for 2017/2018

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Following a report last week that said Apple is looking to release an OLED iPhone sometime in 2017, Digitimes today reports that the company is planning a 5.8-inch OLED device (via The Motley Fool). While the report should be taken with...Show More Summary

iPhone 7 May Have Stereo Speakers Unlike the Samsung Galaxy S7

Something very exciting about a possible iPhone 7 feature leaked today and it’s a feature that will be absent on the Samsung Galaxy S7. DigiTimes has the news. “Chip suppliers including Cirrus Logic and Analog Devices (ADI) have recently...Show More Summary

iPhone 7 Suppliers Prepare for Dual-Lens Camera, Possible Stereo Speakers

Apple's chip suppliers including Cirrus Logic and Analog Devices (ADI) have started to book production capacity for the rumored iPhone 7 at their foundry and backend partners, according to DigiTimes. iPhone 7 production is expected to...Show More Summary

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