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iPhone X Release

With new iPhone X models looming, Foxconn ramps up hiring to handle huge demand

July 24th, 2018

With Apple poised to unveil its 2018 iPhone lineup in just about two months, Digitimes is reporting that Foxconn has already started to accelerate hiring ahead of mass production. Hardly a surprise, it’s become commonplace for Apple’s key suppliers to significantly boost hiring in order to handle what has historically been incredible demand. Though Apple …

iMac bug

This live spider stuck inside an iMac is the most literal kind of bug

July 24th, 2018

One of the best-known pieces of early computing lore is the origin of a “bug.” A team working at Harvard in the 1940s found a moth stuck in between two relay points, causing a problem with the computational tasks. It’s always cited as the first example of a computing “bug,” although as Computer World pointed out, using …

MacBook Pro 2018 thermal throttling

Apple releases fix for CPU throttling on brand-new MacBook Pros

July 24th, 2018

For the last week, Apple’s most hardcore critics and fans have been arguing over whether the new MacBook Pros have a thermal throttling issue, and if so, whether it’s a big deal or not. Apple has been silent, but as per Apple tradition, the company has finally spoken out now that it has a fix. …

Galaxy Note 9 Price

Yup, the Galaxy Note 9 will be really expensive

July 24th, 2018

It was only the other day that we showed you a Galaxy Note 9 leak from Europe that said the phone might cost €1,029 (128GB) and €1,279 (512GB), making the new Samsung flagship the most expensive handset in Samsung’s history. That’s $1,204 and $1,497 at current rates, although you shouldn’t expect a direct conversion for …