Apple Cuts iPhone Production 10%; Folding Phone at CES; AT&T Burned for Fake 5G Claim; FightCamp Motion Tracking Boxing TrainerPosted: January 9, 2019
Apple is cutting iPhone production by 10%, according to businessinsider.com. The slowdown will be in effect between January and March. The projected production will be between 40 and 43 million, instead of the original 47 to 48 million.
It isn’t a Samsung, but a real folding phone is showing at CES. Engadget.com reports that it’s from Royole, and the FlexPai works…but it’s kind of rough around the edges as a product. That said, it will be available to developers for a princely $1300.
We noted a couple days ago that AT&T was branding its LTE network 5G. They have been badly burned by the Twitterverse and competitors, but none better than T-Mobile, which show someone taping a ‘9G’ sticker on an iPhone. (See Picture.)
Fight Camp showed their connected home boxing gym. Sensors in the connected gloves and sneakers track your workout and coordinate with training videos.