The rumor mill for Apple's upcoming premium flagship of this year, the 10th anniversary edition iPhone 8, just keeps churning, and we have more news nearly every other day regarding the production and launch of the handset. If we take the AirPods rumour, for example, Apple now has a supply issue meaning AirPods continue to face a six-week shipping estimate on Apple's website; if the company bundled these it could cause further delays of iPhone 8 shipments.
Long road ahead for Trump offshore drilling order
Legal challenges would also raised to any new proposals to lease areas off the coasts of the U.S. More drilling would also add more heat-trapping greenhouse gas pollution to the atmosphere.
Earlier, analyst Brian White from investment firm Drexel Hamilton raised his price target for Apple shares from USD 185 to USD 202 - implying a market value of over USD 1 trillion.
In addition to this, an analyst from JP Morgan has come up with some brand new information about the forthcoming iPhone.
Yankees' pitcher Chapman gets championship ring from Cubs
The latest came Friday afternoon in a 3-2 comeback victory over the Cubs on a savagely windy and cold afternoon at Wrigley Field. They outscored the Cubs 13-5 in the games at Yankee Stadium to complete another four-game romp of the National League champions.
Never before has Apple's upcoming phone launch been so mysterious; we know there will be three new phones - at some point - but we do not know when they will arrive (or in what order). Bundling the two devices together on time for the traditional September launch, then, starts to look like a suicide mission, from this perspective. The substrate-like parts will also being volume manufacturing in June.
iPhone suppliers like Foxconn and Pegatron have already begun recruiting and training workers in China who will be producing these new smartphones en masse. What's more, a diagram of the iPhone 8 also features top and bottom bezels, which goes against majority of other predictions and mockups circulating the internet. According to BGR, the next Apple smartphone might not even be called an "iPhone" at all. It is reasonable to expect a new custom SoC that is faster with better graphics, and improvements to the front and rear cameras. Reports which surfaced a couple of months back claimed that Apple's display partner Samsung is facing yield issues with the OLED displays for the iPhone.
Tesla 1Q loss widens on higher spending ahead of Model 3
The results include the effect of Tesla's acquisition of SolarCity effective beginning November 21 through December 31, 2016. More cash will be burned on setting up the proper infrastructure for the Model 3, Tesla's first mass-produced vehicle.