In this week's top reports: A comprehensive report by analyst Ming-Chi Kuo outlines Apple's 2019 plans, Samsung announces its collapsible phone, details of Mac's transition to ARM and more. All of these top reports and more below.
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Late Sunday night, Ming-Chi Kuo issued a new investor note detailing some of the new Apple products coming in 2019. Kuo said Apple has a 16-inch MacBook in their work , a 31-inch 6K display, new iPhones, iPads and more. Read all the details of our full coverage here.
At the same time, Samsung kept one of its & # 39; Unpacked & # 39; events this week. The company announced AirPods competitors, Galaxy S10, and the first collapsible phone. An analyst said after the incident that Galaxy Fold is "the main challenge" for Apple, even though it goes as far as to predict that Samsung could hold back the OLED technology used on the screen.
Many have wondered when Apple can switch from Intel chips to internal ARM chips on Mac. A report by Recode on Thursday claimed that Intel officials expect the transition to begin "as soon as next year."
Huawei has a history of copying Apple, and The Information published an interesting report this week describing some of these tactics. According to the report, Huawei attempted to copy Apple Watch's heart rate sensor by asking an Apple provider to share their secrets. Read more here.
Finally, on Friday, we reported that Apple is planning to close both its Plano and Frisco dealers in Texas, probably avoiding future patent issues coming out of the Eastern District of Texas. Furthermore, Apple opens a new, albeit smaller, store in Galleria Dallas.
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