The iPhone 12 lineup is the first from Apple to offer 5G, and there's a lot to be confused about.
We follow the Chinese telecom giant's saga, day by day, from 2018 to today.
In today's top stories, Black Friday spending breaks records, the UK lays out a roadmap to remove "high risk vendors" and AOC returns to Twitch to raise money for charity.
It's all part of the government's plan to rid UK telecommunications infrastructure of equipment made by "high risk" vendors.
In today's top stories, Qualcomm gets a license to sell to 4G chips to Huawei, Apple's new computers come with an M1 chip and DoorDash reveals its numbers.
It's a beautiful phone with a great screen and capable camera, but we still can't recommend it. Here's why.
But it's unclear whether Qualcomm could get licenses to sell 5G chips to the China-based company, Reuters reports.
Trade restrictions and COVID-19 appear to be to blame.
Despite what Apple says, we're not sure we even need 5G at the moment. But iPhone 12's 5G support will at least future-proof your phone.
While the pandemic continues to rage, consumers are buying phones and other electronics again.
A who's who of companies who released, or plan to release, flexible phones.
The Chinese tech giant says it's focused on how the Trump administration asked Canadian officials "to engage in a deceptive and improper search" of Meng Wanzhou.