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Apple, at all-time highs, raises iPhone production by 20% this year

Apple, at all-time highs, raises iPhone production by 20% this year

Apple dismissed the trading session on Tuesday with a new all-time high in the stock market, at $145.48 and a capitalization that already exceeds $2.43 trillion. The Cupertino, California-based giant has decided to significantly increase iPhone production this year, anticipating a strong increase in demand.

2022 iPhone could be more powerful than what everybody thinks

2022 iPhone could be more powerful than what everybody thinks

It’s natural to see performance improvements with every new iPhone, and this year’s model will be no exception. As referred by GSMArena, it is expected that the iPhone 2021 will have a processor with a performance 5% higher and 10% more efficient. However, the big

New iPhones Pro will have an improved camera

New iPhones Pro will have an improved camera

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has put forward a new prediction regarding the upcoming iPhone Pro models, indicating that they will feature an improved ultra-angle sensor equipped with autofocus. In addition to more defined photographs, these Pro models will be able to focus on different objects, thus

Uber and Lyft are having trouble to find drivers in US

Uber and Lyft are having trouble to find drivers in US

Transportation apps like Uber and Lyft are struggling to find new drivers in the US, a situation that, according to The New York Times, is resulting in increases in travel costs and waiting times. Despite the advanced vaccination campaign in the US, it seems that

iPhone 12 has been dominating Apple sales in the US

The iPhone 12 series has been one of Apple most popular in recent times, as evidenced by the latest report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners on US sales. The report in question says that the iPhone 12 models account for 61% of all Apple phones

Clubhouse popularity may be at risk

Clubhouse popularity may be at risk

Clubhouse is one of the most popular apps since the beginning of 2021, a fact that is leading multiple companies (Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Discord, and others) to develop services capable of rivaling the platform. Still, the latest report by analytics firm Sensor Tower indicates that