Tech Rumors 2018: We wouldn’t put too much stock in this rumor. It’s fun to consider on technology rumors, especially when they apply to the products we use every day. But, every report is clear-cut. Some are eventual true. We are planning to keep a running tab of the most popular rumors in the world and add them. So that you do not get your expectations. And then feel sad when they are not tired.
Tech Rumors 2018: The upcoming LG V40 will have a total of five built-in cameras
Android smartphones have actually pushed the boundaries on image quality while talking about small sensors and optics. So the only rational next step is to add more cameras. We are used for three or four cameras on the same device. But in a recent report by the Android Police, it has been said that the new LG phone will have five different imaging devices.
Techkida: Rumor is not even clear what each camera will actually do, but adding a lens at this time is a popular step on high-end smartphones. LG is already eager to use camera specs to isolate its equipment, so it seems that it can hold water.
Tech Rumors 2018: Tesla is working on a Model Y car for 2020 that will fix some of its manufacturing problems
Tesla’s model 3 is a real pain for Elon Musk because the company tries to increase the production to meet the demand and cut the 9-month waiting list. The model Y will offer even more automation in the production process and will help to increase the number of wires in the car expeditiously.
Techkida: According to Musk, the Model Y is currently in the prototype phase and should start rolling out in 2020. However, we have heard timeline predictions from musk before. It will be a while before we find out how close to reality this ride really is.
Tech Rumors 2018: 2019 will bring new AirPods and a new HomePod from Apple
The AirPod headphones have been a huge success for Apple. The HomePod smart speaker? Not so much. However, many rumors show that both products will be refreshed in 2019. Some even say the new AirPods will be higher-end when it comes to sound, and there could be an over-the-ear option as well.
Techkida: Apple Company still owns Beats special headphones and advance some of that company’s technology to make over-the-ear headphones seems totally reasonable. The Homepad was rarely mentioned in WWDC earlier this year, but if the Apple product is going to try and revise, then the announcement of 2018’s late announcement and the release of 2019 will mean.
Tech Rumors 2018: Apple is working on a subscription service for TV, music, and news
Apple already sells content in a variety of ways, including via subscription to services like Apple Music. Now, rumors say that the company can present a bundle-style plan that includes TV, music, and news as part of an overall package.
Techkida: Apple recently purchased a service called Texture, which lets users subscribe to magazines in a Netflix style model. The company is also sourcing original content from big celebrities for its video offerings. Since it enhances its offerings. It seems that the apple is willing to bring people into all its comprehensive media plans.
Tech Rumors 2018: Google is working on a Pixel Watch wearable device
If you want to wear an Android device on your wrist, then you already have many options. But according to the great leaks of mobile devices, Evan Blas, Google is now working on the release of the upcoming Pixel 3 smartphones along with a major Smartwatch.
Techkida: This seems like a likely move for Google. Rumors have existed for years that the company will issue a high-end watch to show what its WearOS software can do. The latest version of the Snapdragon Wear processor looks like a natural fit for such high-end device to launch before the end of the year. Timeline of collapse will be understood as it is likely to compete with the next Apple Watch update.
Tech Rumors 2018: Apple is moving away from Intel chips in its laptops by 2020
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple hopes to finish Intel’s chips and replace it with its hardware. New chips can or may not come from Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Limited, which creates other Apple processors.
Techkida: The source is reliable, but there’s no official word.
Rumors have been infiltrated over this topic, but Bloomberg’s report is by far the most terrible. Because the company has a strong track record for such information.
Tech Rumors 2018: Spotify could make hardware for listening to music
The origin of this rumor comes from the job list in relation to the company’s desire to create a “category-defined product” in 2017.” Rumor was inactive for a while but came back again in recent weeks, probably because the company had an IPO on April 3.
Techkida: Spotify has been working on hardware, but we don’t know when or if it will land on shelves.
Present job descriptions, but this time it clearly mentions the fact that Spotify is working on physical products. It’s not out of the question that they never actually come to market, but it seems very likely that there is work in progress.
Tech Rumors 2018: Apple is working on a VR headset for self-driving cars
A patent application showing a VR system inside self-driving cars appears in the armory of the Apple Intellectual Property. It could help entertain passengers (and fight off motion sickness) who would otherwise be bored as a robot drives them around.
Techkida: The patent is real, but the product may never arrive.
There are lots of patents out there that never become reality, but this one does sound like a promising idea. People do not have to do anything because they are driving, and if possible used correctly, the VR may be effective in reducing nausea.
Tech Rumors 2018: There could be a folding iPhone by 2020
CNBC reported on findings from Bank of America Merrill Lynch. The source backs up the claim saying they talked to several manufacturers in China.
Techkida: It’s possible, especially since other manufacturers have tried the tech.
Both Lenovo and Samsung have already shown such phones which fold or fold on one side or the other way, so the concept is not out of the scope of probability. Of course, the apple is tight on this subject, but the OLDD display technology can do this. But the fact remains – do we need to fold our phone?
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