Apple has teased its event at 4am on October 14, AEDT, with an invitation declaring Hi, Speed. The reference is widely believed to allude to the speed of 5G and the arrival of the first 5G-enabled iPhone.
Apple has just confirmed a virtual event will take place at 3am next Wednesday AEST (10am September 15 PT) but the iPhone 12 is not expected to be included.
Smartphone sales have plummeted due to the pandemic, but demand for 5G devices is expected to push the market back to growth next year.
Rumours of a delay to the iPhone 12 launch continue to persist with reports that the usual September time frame could be pushed back to late November.
Evidence mounts that the iPhone 12 will be launched in September without the inclusion of wired EarPods or a USB power charging unit in the box.
Australian corporates have responded so enthusiastically to a Telstra-approved Mobile Device Buy-Back Program, that it has been expanded to include laptops, desktops and IT equipment.
It's a win-win. A new Telstra-approved buy-back program is enabling Australian enterprise and business organisations to receive a commercial benefit while ethically divesting unwanted mobile phones and tablets.
Tough, smart and on promotion. Telstra is offering a $140 discount off the popular Telstra Tough Max 3, which launched just before the pandemic. How does the latest device in the ruggedised range shape up?
MobileCorp has added Apple eco-system management vendor, Jamf, to its portfolio of enterprise mobility management partners.
The new iPhone SE is $450 cheaper than the iPhone 11. How do the two devices compare and is the cheaper device a viable choice for business use?