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One closely followed analyst, TF International Securities' Ming-Chi Kuo, believes that the worst will be over soon for Apple's iPhone slump.
The bigger AirPods upgrade won't launch until 2020. That version will have an "all-new design model," according to an investor note.
Apple is getting crushed after analysts predict that iPhone unit sales will shrink next year — which is the same time it will stop disclosing iP...
iPhone sales are projected to shrink next year. At the same time, Apple will stop disclosing iPhone unit sales.
These are the screen sizes for next year’s iPhone lineup, according to the most accurate Apple analyst
Apple may be using a new kind of antenna in the iPhones it plans to release in 2019, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted in a note distributed on Thursday.
Apple’s next iPad Pro could have a high-resolution 3D camera creating an ‘all-new productivity experience’
Ming-Chi Kuo is well-known for accurately predicting future Apple products.
Here are the new iPads and Macs the most accurate Apple analyst thinks Apple could launch next week at its New York event
We don't know for sure what Apple is planning to launch — iPads are a good guess — but TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has put out his best guesses in a note to investors distributed on Tuesday.
Apple may finally release a new ‘low price’ laptop — and it likely won’t have its controversial touchscreen keyboard
This new MacBook may be the laptop Apple fans have been waiting for — but we still don't know how much it will cost.
Smartphones with fingerprint scanners built into the screen will be the big reason to choose Android over iPhone, well-connected analyst predicts
If the predictions of Ming-Chi Kuo are correct, a lot of Android users are going to be able to scan their fingerprints by placing them on a smartphone screen starting next year.
Apple could release an iPhone later this year with gray, white, blue, red, and orange color options. The colorful phone would be a new less expensive model with facial recognition and an edge-to-edge screen, according to details from the TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.