1. Samsung Pay and Apple Pay Are Only Fighting Over 20 Percent of the Smartphone Market Perhaps… but it’s a 20% that likely has ~80% of the most valuable consumers. And it won’t stay 20% for long. Being there first, with a better solution, matters. And, as @eric_analytics points out on Twitter, Apple Pay vs. Google Wallet would have been a better comparison.
The sources believe that Intel is unlikely to obtain modem chip orders for the upcoming iPhones. However, Intel could win orders for the 2017 iPhone models as Apple is searching for additional modem chip suppliers apart from Qualcomm, the sources noted.
Sparks the question: would an Intel baseband processor appear on the iPhone, Apple’s current core business, before it appears on any other product (e.g., iPad)?
- A device which is 27″ to 50″ Curved Glass somewhat resembling a car windshield or a curved display
- The whole surface area acts like an HUD (Heads Up Display)
- The various sensors are built right into the Glass
Impossible to tell how accurate this is, but it is interesting. Dimensions (if accurate) don’t appear large enough for a car windshield. Unless it’s a small prototype. This sort of glass assembly is probably something Apple can’t build in-house (i.e., for a prototype). So, with a supplier involved, the odds of a leak are higher. “Leak” isn’t quite the right word, though, since it implies a certainty that this information is accurate.