A concept artist created a video that breathes life into many of the iPhone 12 rumors that are circulating. It could give a real look at what Apple will unveil in autumn, including at least one significant design change.
A new concept called the Mac Evo seeks to bring faster performance through liquid cooling. The computer would be just three times the size of Mac mini but offer greater speed by lowering the temperature of the processor.
The Intel chips Apple uses in its OS X computers often have to be throttled down to keep them from overheating. Liquid cooling is one solution.
Those eager to get their wrists on the 2018 Apple Watch can tide themselves over with some fresh concept images. These clearly show the benefits of a much-anticipated larger screen by comparing the upcoming version with past ones.
The 2018 Apple Watch is also expected to sport a bigger battery and other enhancements.
Edge-to-edge phone screens are all the rage, so it’s not surprising that people want them in tablets too.A artist shows what the iPad Pro would look like if the screen bezels were considerably reduced.
His concept device also includes other improvements, including better cameras, Face ID, and a faster processor.
Apple’s 2018 iPhone plans reportedly include three models launching this September. One will be an upgraded version of the iPhone X, but the other two are more interesting. They’re months away from being announced, but a new render shows what both might look like.
The 6.5-inch version on the left has been called the iPhone X Plus, as it’s larger than last year’s 5.8-inch one. In the artist’s concept image, it sits next to a 6.1-inch iPhone that, unfortunately, might not look like this.
A digital artist created a device that combines the best features of a MacBook and iPad Pro. The 2-in-1 can be used as giant tablet, folded into a clamshell laptop, or even configured into a smaller tablet or desktop.
The first phones with flexible screens are expected to be released this fall, and this device shows what might be possible when foldable displays go mainstream.