Some iPhone X units have faster LTE speeds than others, new study shows

Some iPhone X units have faster LTE speeds than others, new study shows

Apple has been trying to divorce itself from chipmaker Qualcomm in bits and pieces, which you may already know about from the headlines about the ongoing legal spat. You may not know, though, that one of the consequences of this staggered departure is that some iPhone X units carry Qualcomm Snapdragon X16 modem chips while others have XMM7480 chips made by Intel. According to a new study from Cellular Insights,

AirPods enjoy 98% customer satisfaction in user study

AirPods enjoy 98% customer satisfaction in user study

People love their new AirPods. The truly wireless earbuds by Apple scored a near-perfect 98% in a survey done by Experian and Creative Strategies. 942 AirPods owners participated in the survey out of which 82% were “Very Satisfied” and 16% were “Satisfied”.   To put the numbers in context the AirPods enjoy the highest level of customer satisfaction for a new Apple product by Creative Strategies. The iPhone

94.5 percent Chinese use mobile phones

94.5 percent Chinese use mobile phones

The number of Chinese mobile phone users accounted for 94.5 percent of its total population by the end of June, latest data revealed. In the first half, China saw 6.88 million new mobile phone users, bringing the country’s total mobile phone users to 1.29 billion, the ministry of industry and information technology (MIIT) said in a statement on Sunday. According to the statement, the ratio of mobile phone

Shopping through smartphones may cross $638 billion by 2018

Shopping through smartphones may cross $638 billion by 2018

Global e-commerce sales made through mobile devices are expected to cross $638 billion by 2018, says a joint study by ASSOCHAM and Deloitte. At present, the availability of e-commerce applications on various mobility devices is helping to drive sales and revenue. E-tailers like Flipkart, Amazon and Jabong now get 50 percent of their revenues from consumers shopping on their mobile phones, D.S. Rawat, secretary