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Apple’s over-the-ear headphones could feature noise-canceling

The plot thickens. Last week, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo reported that Apple has been working on over-the-ear headphones in addition to new AirPods. Today, Bloomberg confirms this information and adds that these new headphones could also...Show More Summary

Apple planning lower cost MacBook Air for second quarter of 2018

Reports from the supply chain gleaned by Ming-Chi Kuo from KGI Securities suggest that Apple hasn't abandoned the MacBook Air line, and will update the line at some point in the second calendar quarter of 2018 with at the least a lower price.

KGI: Apple to release more affordable 13-inch MacBook Air in Q2, HomePod demand ‘mediocre’ so far

Reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities is today out with a pair of new investor notes on Apple. The analyst offers new supply chain details on the new iPhones coming this year, AirPods demand, and more. Kuo also says Apple is planning a more affordable 13-inch MacBook Air for this year… more…

News: Report: Apple planning to release high-end headphones this year

2 weeks agoTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Hot on the heels of rumors that Apple will be updating its AirPods, well-respected KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is telling investors to expect Apple to release a pair of high-end headphones later this year, 9to5Mac reports. Kuo expects the...Show More Summary

Apple could be working on AirPods-like over-the-ear headphones

According to KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and Apple Insider, Apple could be working on a brand new pair of wireless headphones for later this year. While the company already owns Beats, those over-the-ear headphones could be sold under the Apple brand. Show More Summary

Apple may launch over-ear headphones without Beats branding

AirPods may be far from the pinnacle of audio quality, but they're definitely popular -- so much so that Apple may be expanding the variety of audio gear it releases under its own brand. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (who has a generallyShow More Summary

Apple Working On High-End Headphones: Report

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says the headphones could arrive as early as this year, according to Apple Insider. They are expected to be more expensive than AirPods, which retail for $159.

Apple said to be prepping high-end over-ear headphones - CNET

2 weeks agoTechnology / Internet : Webware

Commentary: Apple commentator Ming-Chi Kuo says the "all-new" headphones may appear in the fall, Apple Insider reports.

Apple is working on high-end headphones that may launch as soon as this year (AAPL)

Apple is making over-ear headphones, according to a new report. The accessory will be Apple-branded and focus on audio quality. Apple is developing a new pair of over-ear headphones, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the KGI Securities analyst with an excellent track record of predicting future Apple products. Show More Summary

Apple to launch branded over-ear headphones, upgraded AirPods this year

Capitalizing on early success with AirPods, Apple is readying a branded over-the-ear wireless headphone product that could launch as soon as this year, according to KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

KGI: Apple to release all new high-end over-ear headphones later this year

2 weeks agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

KGI’s Ming-Chi Kuo today reports that Apple will release ‘high-end over-ear’ headphones in late fall ‘at the earliest’. Apparently featuring an all new design, it sounds like this is not a successor to the Beats Studio 3, but it will...Show More Summary

Analyst Predicts Apple’s Rumored iPhone 8 Replacement Will Ship Some 100 Million Units

While Apple tends to its numerous iPhone X bug problems, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has already made predictions regarding a rumored replacement. As 9to5Mac reports, the upcoming device is said to measure at 6.1-inches and is expected to launch at the end of 2018. Show More Summary

Apple expected to ship 100M 6.1" LCD iPhone units priced at $700-$800 in late 2018

Adding to expectations that the new 6.1-inch iPhone with LCD display will be a blockbuster success, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said on Wednesday that he expects the company will ship a whopping 100 million units in the second half of 2018...

New iPhones might have slower data transfer speeds all because of Intel

Apple might finally ditch Qualcomm, the supplier of LTE modems in the iPhone, after getting locked into legal disputes over patent royalties last year. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims, according to MacRumors, that Intel might...Show More Summary

News: Report: Apple to ditch Qualcomm chips completely for Intel versions in 2018 iPhones

last monthTechnology / Mobile : iLounge

Amid Apple’s ongoing legal battle with Qualcomm, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is now saying the company may be ditching Qualcomm’s baseband chips all together, 9to5Mac reports. Kuo said he expects Apple to use Intel’s chips exclusively in...Show More Summary

2018 iPhones to Drop Qualcomm for Intel (Report)

Intel may be the sold provider of modems for Apple's upcoming 2018 iPhones, according to a research note from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Next-gen 6.1-inch LCD iPhone again predicted to outsell OLED models

KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes consumer demand for a next-generation 6.1-inch LCD iPhone will outpace that of two OLED models rumored to debut during this fall's refresh cycle, buoying suppliers of LCD panels, aluminum chassis and other related components.

KGI: Intel might be exclusive modem supplier for 2018 iPhone lineup, Qualcomm iced out

According to noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Intel's baseband chips are expected to power communications for Apple's entire 2018 iPhone lineup, a supplier switch that would deal a major blow to market leader Qualcomm.

2018 iPhone SE predicted to be a minor upgrade, if it happens at all

While rumors of a next-generation iPhone SE continue to swirl, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities is skeptical, telling investors on Monday that he's not sure Apple has the resources to debut its fourth iPhone model in just a matter of months.

6.1" LCD 2018 iPhone expected to account for 50% of Apple's new iPhone shipments

New details on Apple's anticipated 6.1-inch LCD iPhone expected later this year were shared by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo on Sunday, who believes the handset will be a huge hit with consumers, offering capabilities of the iPhone X at a lower price point.

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