Apple Loop: New iPhone Design Leaks, Tim Cook’s China Problem, MacBook Pro’s Disappointing Delay – Forbes

Apple Loop: New iPhone Design Leaks, Tim Cook’s China Problem, MacBook Pro’s Disappointing Delay – Forbes

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Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes a review of the iPhone 11 battery, the latest iPhone 12 design and price leaks, a revolutionary display, the MacBook Pro delay, a prediction on Apple’s Christmas Success, Apple’s growth in China, and the mythical AR system hiding in iOS 13. Apple Loop is here to remind you of a few of the very many discussions that have happened around Apple over the last seven days (and you can read my weekly digest of Android news here on Forbes). Measuring The iPhone 11’s Battery Performance Following its release in late September, the snap reviews noted the iPhone 11 as a worthy but iterative successor to previous iOS handsets. Now that six weeks or so have passed, the long-term reviews are coming out to give a more nuanced review. Patrick Holland and Scott Stein have updated their review with a look at the Deep Fusion photography and battery tests : After conducting our formal battery tests and living with the iPhone 11 for over a month, we found the battery life is about the same as last year's iPhone XR. In our streaming ....

Photographer: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg © 2019 Bloomberg Finance LP Is This The iPhone 12 Design? Next year’s presumptively named iPhone 12 handsets are expected to make a significant step up in design and features, rather than the slow march forward when you compare the iPhone 11 and iPhone XS/XR handsets. Thanks to the CGI team at Phone Arena we can put together many of the leaks to put together an estimate of what the iPhone 12 will look like. Forbes’ Gordon Kelly reports: The big takeaways are Apple’s repeatedly leaked plans to return the so-called iPhone 12 to a boxier design akin to the iPhone 4, as well as shrinking the notch. Apple is also adding an additional Time Of Flight (ToF) camera (like most rivals) with Bloomberg detailing the inclusion of long-range 3D capabilities to the primary camera to enable the mapping of surroundings up to 15 feet away. A feature designed to boost augmented reality apps. More here on Forbes. Apple Set To Raise The Price Of The iPhone 12 Meanwhile, next year’s iPhone handsets are going to be the most expensive yet. The naturally follow-on from the idea of Apple quipping every iPhone 12 with ....

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