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Last Updated: Dec 29, 2020
We use a variety of devices every day, including our trusty smartphones, computers, and the World Wide Web itself. When it comes to big brands like Apple or Samsung, we always think of the leaders like Tim Cook or Roh Tae-moon. But they're not actually the people who built the devices we use.
These unsung heroes are the ones working to develop advanced electronics like the iPhone, and are the brains behind the fancy devices that we use today. And when it comes to research and development teams, you can bet that there would be more than a few electrical engineers involved.
You too can also be one of these unsung heroes by taking the Electrical and Electronic Engineering course at the University of Southampton Malaysia. Interested already? Then you can attend the university's Virtual Open Day from 27 to 30 January 2021. If you need a few more details, please read on.
Last Updated: Nov 30, 2020
Based on a statement by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, it seems that Apple could release an iPhone that comes equipped with a periscope camera in the future. While not much is known in regards to the exact tech specs of the periscope camera, it does give us a better idea on what to expect when Apple releases their new smartphone.
Last Updated: Oct 10, 2020
Based on a statement by Kang on Weibo, it seems that there could be a possibility that future iPhones could come equipped with the MagSafe charging feature. Unfortunately, there is no official information in regards to which smartphone will come equipped with the aforementioned feature, as well as the exact release date for the said device.
Last Updated: Sep 19, 2020
Based on a statement by gizchina.com, it seems that Sharp might become Apple’s largest supplier of iPhone display starting this year onwards. While not much is known in regards to which device will come equipped with the displays from Sharp, our source did mention that Sharp reportedly spent $390 million to purchase the JDI Baishan Factory.
Last Updated: Sep 15, 2020
It seems that a monkey stole an iPhone from a Facebook user and proceeded to take selfies, as well as videos of itself while in a nearby forest. Fortunately, the user was able to find their smartphone in a local forest, but it was badly scratched up and cracked most likely due to the fact that it might have been dropped while it was being held on the tree.
Last Updated: Aug 03, 2020
Whether you love it or hate it, the Apple iPhone is indeed one of the most popular phones in the world. But this begs a question - which iPhone is the most popular and which one sold the best to date? Well, foreign media statistics have your answer and turns out that the iPhone 6 series is still the most sold iPhone of all time.
Last Updated: May 04, 2020
There are a ton of social messaging apps online, but not all of them allow you to edit your message if you did a typo. That might change for Apple iPhone users though, as recently the company just filed a new patent application at the US Patent and Trademark Office for that. This includes editing sent messages and improved application launcher.
Last Updated: Mar 23, 2020
Previously, we reported that dark mode is coming soon for WeChat. Well, the wait is finally over and the new update was launched just yesterday but here's the thing - only the iOS version for WeChat has the update. Android WeChat users will have to wait for theirs!
Last Updated: Feb 01, 2020
Based on a statement by the EU Parliament, it seems that Apple might be required to ditch their proprietary Lightning connector in favour for a more commonly used connector which is the USB Type-C connector. The iPhone manufacturer will be required to adopt the new standard latest by July, this year.
Last Updated: Jun 20, 2019
Ever since the US government banned Huawei and set off the trade war with China, Chinese authorities are actually considering making their own entity list which includes Apple, Dell and HP in retaliation for their actions. With this, there's a new report from Nikkei Asian Review that Apple is looking into moving 15%-30% of their production out of China to Southeast Asia, such as Malaysia.