Image: Raymond Wong/MashableWe already know the iPhone X will be the most powerful — and the most expensive — iPhone ever. But now, thanks to an Apple filing with Chinese regulator TENAA , spotted by OnLeaks (Steve Hemmerstoffer), we know its exact specs. SEE ALSO: How the iPhone has evolved over the last decade According to the document, the iPhone X will have a 2,716 milliamp-hour (mAh) battery and 3GB of RAM.
Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 PlusImage: AppleThe moment has arrived: You can now pre-order Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. If you haven't been paying attention, those are not very close relatives with the radically new, huge-screened iPhone X; instead, they have a lot more in common with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. SEE ALSO: If you own an iPhone 7, you absolutely should not buy an iPhone 8 So, what's new? Well, besides the brand
Tim CookImage: AP/REX/SHUTTERSTOCKThe leak of basically everything about Apple's iOS 11 and its new iPhones removes any and all mystery about the company's event on Tuesday. Short of Apple CEO Tim Cook rolling onto stage in an Apple iCar, there are few surprises left. Not that there was much to begin with. For some time now, Apple's events have been so thoroughly spoiled for us that the days of Steve Jobs adding "one more thing" and then summarily blowing
Just keep moving.Image: John Lamparski/Getty Images for Advertising Week New YorkYorkApps, there are too many. James Quarles would know. The 41-year-old watched Snapchat rise to popularity as he ran Instagram's business from 2014 to 2017. And yet, he decided to leave his job at Facebook earlier this year and move to Strava in the hopes of growing a new social network. SEE ALSO: This office chair can actually give you a core workout Unlike Instagram, Strava (the Swedish word