Apple said that preorder demand for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus appears to be on pace with their earlier models.
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Apple's trade-in program for the iPhone 6s is really about shortening the upgrade cycle and could be a precursor to a hardware subscription and leasing business model.
Apple is reportedly plotting the launch of the iPad Pro, but it's not even clear the device can compete with its sibling Macbook in corporations.
The conventional wisdom is that the Samsung Galaxy Edge+ would top its more business-focused sibling Note 5. However, the stylus wins in the end.
But 2-in-1 devices will see a surge in growth. Tablet shipments may have played out---especially if enterprises opt for 2-in-1 PCs.
If you put the Samsung S-Pen Stylus in the Galaxy Note 5 the wrong way you may break the pen and possibly the device. Does Samsung face a brand or engineering hit?
Samsung tries to get ahead of the next iPhone launch by unveiling the Note 5 early. Will it really matter though?
Apple is telling suppliers to produce a record number of next-gen iPhones even though the hardware isn't going to change much. Perhaps a camera with more megapixels can keep the upgrade cycle rolling.
Sony Mobile CEO says the company won't exit the smartphone market even though the competition is tough. Why? Sony sees the smartphone as a bridge to other Internet of things devices.
The tech industry loves the Samsung vs. Apple storyline. It's more like the Samsung vs. Apple and a bunch of smaller but dangerous Chinese smartphone makers.