Perché?

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  1. “In general, what we are seeing, we’re seeing what we believe to be a pause in purchases on iPhone, which we believe are due to the earlier and much more frequent reports about future iPhones,” Cook said on Tuesday’s earnings call. “And so that part is clearly going on and it could be what’s behind the data. I don’t know but we are seeing that in full transparency.”

  2. Apple on Tuesday afternoon reported fiscal second-quarter earnings that were largely in line with expectations. Revenue climbed to $52.9 billion from $50.2 billion in the year-ago quarter, and net profit came in at $11 billion. Second-quarter guidance that missed analysts’ consensus estimate was largely responsible for driving Apple shares down in after-hours trading, but another troubling line item offered some cause for concern: Sales of the iPhone, Apple’s chief moneymaker, dropped to 50.76 million units from 51.2 million units in the same quarter last year.

  3. Apple on Tuesday afternoon reported fiscal second-quarter earnings that were largely in line with expectations. Revenue climbed to $52.9 billion from $50.2 billion in the year-ago quarter, and net profit came in at $11 billion. Second-quarter guidance that missed analysts’ consensus estimate was largely responsible for driving Apple shares down in after-hours trading, but another troubling line item offered some cause for concern: Sales of the iPhone, Apple’s chief moneymaker, dropped to 50.76 million units from 51.2 million units in the same quarter last year.

  4. Apple on Tuesday afternoon reported fiscal second-quarter earnings that were largely in line with expectations. Revenue climbed to $52.9 billion from $50.2 billion in the year-ago quarter, and net profit came in at $11 billion. Second-quarter guidance that missed analysts’ consensus estimate was largely responsible for driving Apple shares down in after-hours trading, but another troubling line item offered some cause for concern: Sales of the iPhone, Apple’s chief moneymaker, dropped to 50.76 million units from 51.2 million units in the same quarter last year.

  5. Apple on Tuesday afternoon reported fiscal second-quarter earnings that were largely in line with expectations. Revenue climbed to $52.9 billion from $50.2 billion in the year-ago quarter, and net profit came in at $11 billion. Second-quarter guidance that missed analysts’ consensus estimate was largely responsible for driving Apple shares down in after-hours trading, but another troubling line item offered some cause for concern: Sales of the iPhone, Apple’s chief moneymaker, dropped to 50.76 million units from 51.2 million units in the same quarter last year.

  6. Apple took a chance when it decided to recycle the same iPhone design for a second year. Since the launch of the iPhone 3GS in 2009, Apple has trained its user base to expect a fresh new iPhone design every other year. Since 2015 was an “S” year, 2016’s iPhone 7 should have offered users a new look and feel in addition to all the new features and upgrades. Instead, we got the same iPhone for a third consecutive year, but with a fresh coat of paint.

  7. Apple took a chance when it decided to recycle the same iPhone design for a second year. Since the launch of the iPhone 3GS in 2009, Apple has trained its user base to expect a fresh new iPhone design every other year. Since 2015 was an “S” year, 2016’s iPhone 7 should have offered users a new look and feel in addition to all the new features and upgrades. Instead, we got the same iPhone for a third consecutive year, but with a fresh coat of paint.

  8. Many analysts anticipate that the company will deliver a completely redesigned iPhone later this year. It is expected to be called the iPhone 8 and to have an edge-to-edge display similar to that of the well-reviewed Samsung Galaxy S8, which went on sale in April.

  9. Samsung may not have changed the key specs on its rear camera (it hasn’t said whether the sensor itself is different), but it has updated the software. It uses processing techniques, such as combining multiple shots, to get higher quality photos and artfully blurry backgrounds.

  10. On sunny days along the cliffs of Marin, it was hard to get a bad shot with either phone. The S8 has a wider angle lens, which lets you squeeze more into the frame standing in the same position. The S8’s shot had more dramatic colors, but the iPhone did a better job of capturing the texture.

  11. Samsung may not have changed the key specs on its rear camera (it hasn’t said whether the sensor itself is different), but it has updated the software. It uses processing techniques, such as combining multiple shots, to get higher quality photos and artfully blurry backgrounds.

  12. On sunny days along the cliffs of Marin, it was hard to get a bad shot with either phone. The S8 has a wider angle lens, which lets you squeeze more into the frame standing in the same position. The S8’s shot had more dramatic colors, but the iPhone did a better job of capturing the texture.

  13. Interestingly two of the leaks are detailed schematics. The first (simultaneously obtained by reliable veteran OnLeaks and prolific newcomer Benjamin Geskin) shows a design entirely in keeping with everything we have heard so far: vertical dual camera arrangement, home button removed, both the front facing camera and Touch ID integrated under the main display, no return for the headphone jack and the introduction of wireless charging (the circular component).

  14. This was soon corroborated by a far more detailed schematic from the endless Apple treasure trove that is Weibo. Again wireless charging is at the heart of the design and OnLeaks found perfect alignment between the two diagrams, while Geskin illustrated how the schematics fit perfectly into the render he had previously created:

  15. This is how Apple also achieved the amazing imaging in the iPhone 7 Plus. According to India Tech Today, the focal length of the second camera in the Xiaomi Mi 6 is 52mm while that of Apple’s flagship is at 56mm.

  16. This was soon corroborated by a far more detailed schematic from the endless Apple treasure trove that is Weibo. Again wireless charging is at the heart of the design and OnLeaks found perfect alignment between the two diagrams, while Geskin illustrated how the schematics fit perfectly into the render he had previously created:

  17. This was soon corroborated by a far more detailed schematic from the endless Apple treasure trove that is Weibo. Again wireless charging is at the heart of the design and OnLeaks found perfect alignment between the two diagrams, while Geskin illustrated how the schematics fit perfectly into the render he had previously created:

  18. The iPhone is changing. 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the world’s best selling smartphone and Apple AAPL -0.14% is planning a major (if expensive) redesign. Now we know a lot more…

  19. This is how Apple also achieved the amazing imaging in the iPhone 7 Plus. According to India Tech Today, the focal length of the second camera in the Xiaomi Mi 6 is 52mm while that of Apple’s flagship is at 56mm.

  20. The iPhone is changing. 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the world’s best selling smartphone and Apple AAPL -0.14% is planning a major (if expensive) redesign. Now we know a lot more…

  21. The iPhone is changing. 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the world’s best selling smartphone and Apple AAPL -0.14% is planning a major (if expensive) redesign. Now we know a lot more…

  22. Interestingly two of the leaks are detailed schematics. The first (simultaneously obtained by reliable veteran OnLeaks and prolific newcomer Benjamin Geskin) shows a design entirely in keeping with everything we have heard so far: vertical dual camera arrangement, home button removed, both the front facing camera and Touch ID integrated under the main display, no return for the headphone jack and the introduction of wireless charging (the circular component).

  23. Interestingly two of the leaks are detailed schematics. The first (simultaneously obtained by reliable veteran OnLeaks and prolific newcomer Benjamin Geskin) shows a design entirely in keeping with everything we have heard so far: vertical dual camera arrangement, home button removed, both the front facing camera and Touch ID integrated under the main display, no return for the headphone jack and the introduction of wireless charging (the circular component).

  24. This is how Apple also achieved the amazing imaging in the iPhone 7 Plus. According to India Tech Today, the focal length of the second camera in the Xiaomi Mi 6 is 52mm while that of Apple’s flagship is at 56mm.

  25. This was soon corroborated by a far more detailed schematic from the endless Apple treasure trove that is Weibo. Again wireless charging is at the heart of the design and OnLeaks found perfect alignment between the two diagrams, while Geskin illustrated how the schematics fit perfectly into the render he had previously created:

  26. This was soon corroborated by a far more detailed schematic from the endless Apple treasure trove that is Weibo. Again wireless charging is at the heart of the design and OnLeaks found perfect alignment between the two diagrams, while Geskin illustrated how the schematics fit perfectly into the render he had previously created:

  27. This was soon corroborated by a far more detailed schematic from the endless Apple treasure trove that is Weibo. Again wireless charging is at the heart of the design and OnLeaks found perfect alignment between the two diagrams, while Geskin illustrated how the schematics fit perfectly into the render he had previously created:

  28. As a tonic to the triple confirmation that Apple’s flagship iPhone will be delayed, there is now better news because a further three independent leaks have revealed exciting and – most importantly – consistent details which show this is a device worth waiting for.

  29. The camera of the iPhone 7 Plus is deemed one of the finest in the pack, if not the best. India Tech Today noted that Xiaomi Mi 6 matches the Cupertino giant’s innovation.

  30. As a tonic to the triple confirmation that Apple’s flagship iPhone will be delayed, there is now better news because a further three independent leaks have revealed exciting and – most importantly – consistent details which show this is a device worth waiting for.

  31. The iPhone is changing. 2017 marks the 10th anniversary of the world’s best selling smartphone and Apple AAPL -0.14% is planning a major (if expensive) redesign. Now we know a lot more…

  32. This is how Apple also achieved the amazing imaging in the iPhone 7 Plus. According to India Tech Today, the focal length of the second camera in the Xiaomi Mi 6 is 52mm while that of Apple’s flagship is at 56mm.

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