A teardown video of Apple's new iPhone SE posted to YouTube on Thursday underscores consensus that the handset is an updated and rebadged iPhone 8, with the new phone sporting a nearly identical internal design and, in many cases, interchangeable parts.
Despite the global conditions, Apple continues to push ahead as it readies its new "iPhone 12," "iPhone 12 Pro," and "iPhone 12 Pro Max." Here is what rumors say so far about Apple's upcoming flagship smartphone.
Missouri Senator Josh Hawley is calling for Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai to be held personally accountable for any potential privacy issues or misuse of Google and Apple's joint contact tracing technology development.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is seeing problems in the supply chain for certifying the 5G technology in the "iPhone 12" and believes that the mmWave versions will be pushed back because of some antenna design changes.
Apple is forecast to make fewer iPhones in the second quarter of 2020 than the same period in 2019, but the impact of the coronavirus on manufacturing will apparently be far less for Apple compared to the rest of the smartphone industry, partly helped by the popularity of the new iPhone SE.
A series of tweets from an anonymous Twitter account has allegedly leaked details about future products that are still being worked on by Apple, including claims of an ARM-based 12-inch MacBook and an Apple game controller.
A pair of images shared by avid Apple leaker Jon Prosser on Sunday detail what appears to be schematic drawings of a next-generation "iPhone 12" handset, the top portion of which illustrates a TrueDepth sensor "notch" that is substantially smaller than existing designs.
Apple is expanding the selection of topics covered by its Today at Home initiative with the introduction of new videos about music and GarageBand, in what appears to be a weekly update to the online alternative to the in-store sessions.
Veering on the side of caution, investment bank Goldman Sachs said Friday it's cutting its rating and price target on shares of Apple amid mounting uncertainty over the impact of COVID-19 on near-term consumer spending on items such as iPhones.
The American Civil Liberties Union has raised concerns over the Bluetooth-based contact tracing tool that Apple and Google are collaborating on, citing that the move could invade user's privacy— if it even works at all.