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Rumors

OnePlus tweets 7T Pro McLaren teaser

Published on 10/08/2019 @ 9 AM EST

In a single photo of a carbon fiber box with an orange stripe, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau tweeted the fire emoji, leaving the consumer to fill in the gaps. Like the OnePlus 6T McLaren Edition with 30W charging, it’s expected the brand will also include a version for the 7T Pro, though there’s no hint as to which feature will be enhanced.

iPhone SE2 rumored for 2020 launch

Published on 10/05/2019 @ 1 AM EST

According to an analyst with a track record for accurate predictions, the iPhone SE2 will look like the iPhone 8 but feature the same A13 processor as the iPhone 11. Ming-Chi Kuo claims the device will be released in Q1 of 2020.

Apple patent hints at haptic keyboard

Published on 10/04/2019 @ 7 AM EST

The patent mentions “Static Pattern Electrostatic Haptic Electrodes,” meaning a virtual keyboard that users can feel. There is no confirmation of production or testing, only the patent.

Pixel 4 will have brand-new chip

Published on 10/04/2019 @ 7 AM EST

According to leaks from 9-to5Mac, the new chip is called the “Pixel Neural Core” and will presumably use neural network techniques for better image processing. Along with this new leak, the spec sheet reveals a USB-C to USB-C charging cable.

Rumors for Sony PlayStation smart assistant

Published on 10/01/2019 @ 10 AM EST

Rumored to be called PlayStation Assist, the smart assistant would provide information mid-game, such as item location. The smart assistant may also be able to schedule games with friends and offer strategic advice. According to the patent, "when a player gets stuck on a part of a gaming application, the player can request help through a query to a back-end game assist server.”

Apple may add light to iPhone logo

Published on 09/28/2019 @ 1 AM EST

According to a recent patent, the tech giant may use the logo on the back of the iPhone as a notification light. The patent covers illumination as well as flashing for notifications.