A Geekbench's benchmark test result has shown off in their database in which it appears to reveal an upcoming MacBook Pro model, most likely a 13-inch MacBook Pro. Yet, this can be also fake scores, so it should take with a grain of salt

The new MacBookPro 15, 2 model is powered by an Intel Core i7-8559U Coffee Lake processor. It has a maximum power of 28W and has not appeared in other products, so it is likely to be carried in the future Apple MacBook Pro product line. This quad-core CPU has a base frequency of 2.7GHz and up to 4.5GHz at the highest frequency.


Interestingly, the identifier MacBookPro 15,2 should represent an updated version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro. The 2017 13-inch MacBook Pro adopts a dual-core Intel processor with a single-core score of 4,600 and a multi-core score of approximately 9,500.

Memory wise, it continues to use LPDDR3, which means that 32GB of memory still won’t happens. Nevertheless, 16GB of memory is definitely higher than last year models’ 8GB of memory. The model will also feature with 8MB L3 cache and Iris Plus integrated graphics.

Do you it's possible that Apple will release new MacBook Pro models in the future?

Apple has released the third developer beta of iOS 11.2, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12, two weel after it seeded second betas. The version can be updated with a developer beta profile and install it on your secondary devices. Here are the features and changes so far discovered.

For iOS 12 beta 3, Apple has rolled out new Maps design in the San Francisco Bay Area on devices with data collected by Apple itself. Location sharing setting now in a user's profile settings. New animation when clear all notifications, Voice Memos app has redesigned for iPads, and Watch app now shows third-party apps that work with Siri watch face.


For watchOS 5 beta 3, Apple apparently tweaked new Breathe app icon to match its in-app design. We didn't find any new feature in the third beta of tvOS 12. However, tvOS 12 adds Dolby Atmos support. Apple said that iTunes will become the world's largest Dolby Atmos library, yet we no sign of support is being discovered in beta 3.

We expect that iOS 12, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12 will be released to all users in the fall alongside three new iPhones that will announce by Apple. 

If you have found any features in the latest beta version, please leave a comment below!

Steven Troughton-Smith, who leaked several accurate features of the iPhone X, is now back with new evidence that the new iPad will come with Face ID. 

This evidence comes from Apple's AvatarKit development framework that is available on the iPad since iOS 12 was available for beta testers, which is the basis for Apple's Animoji and Memoji. Previously, only the iPhone X firmware had the AvartarKit framework, because the True-Depth camera system still required to do face tracking.


As shown in the figure, the integration of the framework in the iOS 12 beta is another example of the upcoming iPad with Face ID support. The previous evidence is that after the user upgraded iPad to iOS 12, gestures have changed some, much similar to the iPhone X's, such as launching control center's gesture trigger point to the upper right corner.

iPad Pro with Face ID support is nothing new, analysts like Mark Gurman and Ming-Chi Kuo who believed that Apple will schedule to release in this fall, most likely around September. The new iPad is expected to have design elements of iPhone X, such as thin bezels, no Home button, support for Face ID, and more. 

Apple announced today that it will announce its third-quarter earnings report on July 31 this year, and will be holding an investor conference call later of the day.

Apple released its Q2 18 earnings results on May 1st this year, in which the company generated $61.1 billion in revenue, $13.8 billion in profits. Sales wise, it sold 52.2 million iPhones, 9.1 million iPads, and 4.07 million Macs.


Here are the guidelines that Apple gave for 2018 Q3 Earnings Results:
  • Revenue is between $51.5 and $53.5 billion;
  • The gross profit margin between 38 and 38.5%;
  • Operating expenses range from $7.7 to $7.8 billion;
  • Other income will be totaled $400 million;
  • The tax rate is expected close to 14.5%.
What do you expect of the earnings results?

Geekbench, A well-known benchmark app has leaked benchmark result that is suspected to be the 2018 new iPhone, since the device code is 11,2, and the motherboard model is D321AP, it appears that this could be iPhone 11 or iPhone 9. (Via iGeneration)

The performance of this new iPhone is limited compared to the iPhone X. For instance, the iPhone X has single-core scores of 4218, while the new iPhone has scored 4673, a 10% of speed increase. As for the multi-core performance, it is 5% faster than iPhone X.


The processor, however, is similar to the A11 Chip that’s inside of the 2017 iPhone, but the RAM has been increased from 2815MB (3GB) to 3748MB (4GB), along with the L1 instruction cache and data cache have been increased from 32KB to 128KB.

Apple is rumored to introduce three new iPhones this year, a 6.1-inch LCD model, a second-generation of iPhone X model, a larger 6.5-inch OLED model. It’s widely believed in which Apple is lowering the the the price of the iPhones, with LCD iPhone could cost $699-$799, iPhone X to be priced at $899, and iPhone X Plus for $999.

As we enter July, production of new iPhone models will undoubtedly heat up, now, the latest news of Apple's next-generation of so-called 18W USB PD charger has been obtained from the supply chain, according to Chinese site ChongDianTou.

The supply chain person has leaked several photos: the first picture shows the output of the charger, in which uses a common elliptical design, a gray panel, and a single USB-C output interface. The second picture displays the overall appearance of the charger, white glossy body, flat design, with U.S/. regulatory pin.


The third picture is a close-up of the charger parameters. The picture is not very clear, but you can still vaguely see the charger model as A1720; the input is up to 100-240V 50/60Hz 0.45A; while the output offers 5V/3A, 9V/2A, along with the words “Engineering Sample” that are marked.


As earlier as May of this year, the site revealed that Apple will introduce new iPhone charger design, to feature Standard USB-C output connector, support USB PD fast charge protocol, and with output up to 18W. Artesyn is most likely one of the suppliers for Apple’s new generation of 18W USB PD chargers.

Pretty sure no one wants their iPhone to have a cracked screen that when it falls to the ground, despite it equipped with a case. However, an intelligent German student came up with a way to protect your smartphone most effectively, and it's sort of like an airbag case.

Philip Frenzel from the University of Aalen in Germany developed a new smartphone protection solutions named Active Dampening (AD) system, a case that has eight spring legs, so once its built-in sensors detect when the phone begins to fall, it will deploy eight spring legs to protect the phone.


This invention won Frenzel the German Society for Mechanical and Electronic Awards. Although it's a prototype, according to Frenzel's website, he's planning to launch a crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter soon. Frenzel says they have developed AD cases for iPhones that range from iPhone 6 to iPhone X.

The case also includes an extra battery that can charge the iPhone via wireless or USB cable. It's worth to note because the cover is 4.9mm (0.19in) thick, which means it would make an iPhone X 12.6mm (0.5in) thick. So what's your thought about the case?
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