First Apple Watch Ultra and AirPods Pro 2 Orders Arriving to Customers in Australia and New Zealand

It’s already September 23 in Australia and New Zealand, aka AirPods Pro and Apple Watch Ultra launch day. Customers in these two countries who preordered the ‌AirPods Pro‌ 2 or an ‌Apple Watch Ultra‌ are beginning to receive their new devices. We will soon start seeing the first hands-on pictures of the ‌AirPods Pro‌ 2 […]

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Apple Watch Ultra Orders Delayed for Some Customers

The all-new Apple Watch Ultra launches this Friday, but some customers who ordered the watch have seen their estimated delivery date pushed back by Apple. It’s unclear how many customers are affected or what the reason for the delays is. MacRumors has received emails from multiple readers with orders that have been delayed in the […]

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Apple Confirms iOS 16 Bug Impacting New Device Activation as iPhone 14 Orders Begin to Arrive

Thursday September 15, 2022 7:27 pm PDT by Sami Fathi Apple has confirmed that customers activating new iPhones may encounter an issue where device activation during initial setup doesn’t go through on Wi-Fi, saying the problem is “under investigation.” In a memo seen by MacRumors, Apple says that “there is a known issue for iOS […]

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First iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro Orders Arriving to Customers in Australia and New Zealand

Because of time zone differences, it’s already September 16 (aka iPhone launch day) in Australia and New Zealand, which means customers in these countries who preordered a new iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, or ‌iPhone 14 Pro‌ Max are beginning to receive their devices. Customers receiving new ‌iPhone 14‌ devices will soon be sharing photos […]

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Samsung Display secures roughly 20 million more iPhone 14 panel orders

Samsung Display is reportedly preparing to receive more panel orders from Apple and has acquired more manufacturing equipment to meet the increased demand. Apple’s iPhone 14 Max has exceeded the company’s sales expectations, and the manufacturing of additional LTPO OLED panels will fall on Samsung Display as rival suppliers face low yield issues. Apple’s apparent […]

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Brazilian Ministry of Justice fines Apple over $2 million and orders ban of iPhones sold without a charger

Apple is facing a hefty fine by Brazil’s Ministry of Justice for the company’s decision to stop including a power adapter with the purchase of new iPhones. In addition to a fine of R$ 12.275 million (~$2.34 million), the Ministry of Justice ordered Apple to stop sales of all iPhone models that don’t include a […]

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Samsung may have lost future flagship Qualcomm chip orders to TSMC

Samsung is trying its best to win over customers from TSMC which remains the world’s largest contract chip manufacturer. While the company did receive orders for Qualcomm’s flagship Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, yield issues and other problems related to its process technology forced Qualcomm shift to TSMC. Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 is […]

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NASA Orders a Second Delay for the Artemis Moon-bound Rocket

NASA engineers held the countdown at T-40 minutes while troubleshooting for more than an hour. Finally, launch director Charlie Blackwell-Thompson, called the attempt a scrub. At a press conference the following day, members of the Artemis team suggested the apparent engine issue might actually have been a sign of a dodgy temperature sensor. “The way […]

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Apple’s Self Service Repair Store Now Taking Orders for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro

Apple is now accepting orders through its Self Service Repair Store website for MacBook Air and MacBook Pro models, as per its announcement on Monday. The online store briefly became unavailable on Tuesday morning while the website was updated to reflect the expansion of Apple’s Self Service Repair program to Macs. Owners of MacBook Air […]

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You can now collect your Samsung.com orders from Best Buy in the US

Now that Samsung’s new products are up for pre-order in the US and other countries, you can soon get your hands on them. However, sometimes there could be delays in deliveries for online pre-orders, and if you don’t want to face those, you can now pickup your Samsung.com purchases from Best Buy. Samsung is now […]

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Apple expects stable iPhone 14 sales, orders partners to make 90M units

Apple expects strong iPhones in the next year despite the economic downturn, a report by Bloomberg reveals. Cupertino ordered its assemblers to stick to a 90-million target for the iPhone 14, which is the same as iPhone 13. The company is also expected to make 220 million devices planned until the end of 2022, the […]

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Apple Reportedly Scaling Up iPhone 14 Orders While Android Brands Struggle

Apple has scaled up its orders for iPhone 14 components, in contrast to faltering Android devices, DigiTimes reports. Ahead of the launch of the ‌iPhone 14‌ lineup in September, Apple has reportedly increased its component orders from suppliers. This comes in stark contrast to a range of Android brands, which continue to face sluggish sales, […]

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First M2 MacBook Air Orders Now Arriving to Customers in New Zealand and Australia

It’s July 15 in New Zealand and Australia, which means the M2 MacBook Air launch day has officially kicked off. Customers in New Zealand and Australia are always the first to get their hands on new devices due to time zone differences. Customers who ordered the ‌M2‌ ‌MacBook Air‌ last week are starting to receive […]

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First M2 MacBook Air Orders Begin Shipping Out to Customers Ahead of July 15 Launch

The M2 MacBook Air is set to launch on Friday, July 15, and the first orders placed last week have now started shipping out to customers ahead of the machine’s debut date. Apple is already sending out shipment notifications to some customers who are expecting a July 15 delivery. Many customers who purchased a ‌MacBook […]

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Top Stories: M2 MacBook Air Orders, iOS 16 Beta 3, and More

Apple’s completely revamped MacBook Air is here! In line with our report from late June, Apple has now started taking orders for the new notebook ahead of a launch next week. This week also saw the release of the third set of developer betas for iOS 16, macOS Ventura, and other upcoming updates, and we’re […]

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BOE gets iPhone 14 OLED screen orders after all

Apple is in fact going to use OLED display panels made by Chinese company BOE for the iPhone 14 line, according to a new report from China today. Allegedly, BOE’s panels for the upcoming iPhones were certified by Apple last Thursday, and BOE plans to start mass producing them before the end of this month. […]

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Samsung halts LCD TV panel orders due to 16 weeks’ worth of oversupply

Samsung Electronics is reportedly facing issues shipping enough TVs and is stuck with an oversupply of LCD panels. Because of this, Samsung has reportedly suspended the purchase of LCD panels from its suppliers until further notice. Market watchers expected Samsung to procure around 54 million LCD panels for its smart TV division this year. However, […]

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First M2 MacBook Pro Orders Arriving to Customers in New Zealand and Australia

It’s officially Friday, June 24 in New Zealand and Australia, which means it’s the launch day for the 13-inch M2 MacBook Pro. Customers in New Zealand and Australia are always the first to get their hands on new devices due to time zone differences, and the ‌M2‌ Macs are no exception. ‌M2‌ MacBook Pro models […]

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Samsung halts component orders amid fears of oversupply and global inflation

Samsung Electronics is reportedly reevaluating supply and demand amid concerns over global inflation levels. The company has temporarily suspended orders for several components that are required to manufacture various consumer electronics. Samsung appears to have sent a notice to multiple suppliers asking them to delay shipments or reduce part orders due to bloated inventories. (via […]

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Previously Out-of-Favor Apple Supplier Wins New MacBook Air Orders

Apple has reportedly added a third contract manufacturer to its MacBook supply chain that will primarily handle assembly orders for the new MacBook Air (via DigiTimes). China-based Wingtech Technology is said to have won the orders for Apple’s just-announced new Mac model. The company joins Quanta Computer and Foxconn in what is now a trio […]

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