Apple iPhone 2018 models to feature Face ID, OnePlus 5T spotted again, Oppo F5 India launch, and more: Daily news wrap
Friday, 13 October 2017 Another eventful day, and week in the world of technology draws to a close. From latest predictions on the future Apple iPhone features to the India launch of what is said to be Oppo’s first edge-to-edge smartphone, plenty of interesting stories topped through the day. Here’s a quick roundup of all the top stories of the day. Apple’s newest iPhone X, which is yet to hit global markets, has had its own share of bouquets and brickbats. Whether people find the Face ID feature useful or a threat to privacy, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has claimed that all iPhone models next year are set to include the biometric recognition system that uses facial scanning technique. The 3D scanning feature, as
Shares of Apple are down 1.65% to $157.12 in early trading on Thursday on reports that the company has cut orders linked to its new iPhone 8. Apple has cut production orders linked to the iPhone 8 by more than 50% for the rest of the year, according to Bloomberg which cites the Economic Daily News, a...
Tech giants stand to pay more tax under proposals outlined by the European Commission on Wednesday. Under the Commission's plan, companies with significant digital revenues in Europe will pay a 3.. Source: Euronews English -
Hidden iOS 11 notifications can be read aloud by Siri, even when the iPhone is locked, according to a newly discovered privacy bug. Simply ask Apple's voice assistant to read your notifications and.. Source: Wochit Tech -
Snapchat is moving forward after a redesign drew some negative reactions. So, what’s next for the social network? Two patents published in mid-March suggest the company is researching the possibility.. Source: Wochit -
Apple could be the first trillion dollar company. Its stock just shot way up, sending Apple’s market cap to an all-time high at $925.4 billion — a signal of how big the company is. As of this.. Source: NowThis News -