Got $29,999 to spare? LG has announced pricing and immediate availability of the world's first 8K OLED TV and the LG 8K NanoCell TV: The 88-inch class LG SIGNATURE 8K OLED (model OLED88Z9)1 and 75-inch class LG 8K NanoCell (model 75SM9970)1, with suggested prices of $29,999 and $4,999 respectively, are available at select LG-authorized retailers starting today.Read More
LG Electronics USA says Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit are now available through a firmware update on select LG OLED and NanoCell 4K UHD TVs with ThinQ AI capability in the U.S. (excluding the SM8100 series). The remaining 4K UHD TV series in LG's lineup are expected to also receive this update later in 2019.Read More
LG Electronics (LG) saysApple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit will be available starting July 25 on its 2019 AI TV lineup, making LG the first global TV manufacturer to support HomeKit. These Apple features will be available through a firmware update for 2019 LG OLED TVs, NanoCell TVs and UHD TVs with ThinQ AI capability.Read More
A press release from Apple display supplier LG in 2015 said that Apple would release an 8K iMac later that year. Didn’t happen and probably won’t happen this year. But by 2020, it’s a possibility.Read More
Apple is reportedly considering a deal with LG for OLED screens to help diversify the supply chain beyond the main supplier Samsung. The Cupertino, California-based company may invest $1.75 billion to $2.62B billion in LG’s new OLED production lines to keep those lines dedicated to iPhone screens.Read More
It's happening - Apple has officially announced a Mac-oriented event to be held on Thursday, October 27, and we're as excited as we can be.
In today's special edition, we look at some of the more persistent and logical rumors about the expected MacBook Pro and MacBook Air updates, as well as make some educated guesses about what might be done to refresh the rest of the Mac line.
Could we see a new iMac? Maybe a new 5K Thunderbolt Display? How about refreshed Mac mini and Mac Pro models? The Mac Pro is really getting long in the tooth, having not had a refresh since 2013.
Check out this slightly-longer-than-usual podcast and see what we think might come out of next week's event.Read More
A slow Apple news day means it's time for a few rumors:
- The dual-lens camera system targeted for the iPhone 7 Plus is having production issues due to earthquake damage at a Sony facility
- BMW may finally bring CarPlay support to the X5M and X6M series this year, along with the popular 3 series
- Apple shares rebounded after last week's pummeling
It's Apple Watch Launch Week, but we decided to start the week with a completely Watch-Free News Update. Here's what's up today:
- Apple doesn't want felons building its new headquarters in Cupertino
- Foxconn gives Re/Code a tour of the living quarters for those employees who build all of your favorite Apple products ... and more!