The Financial Times today highlighted a limited number of reports from users experiencing delays with incoming phone calls on the iPhone X. Apple later confirmed to MacRumors that it is “looking into these reports.” The report, which links to a few discussions on the Apple Support Communities, notes that hundreds of customers have complained that the iPhone X’s display experiences delays in turning on for … Continue reading Apple is ‘Looking Into’ Limited Reports of Incoming Call Delays on iPhone X
Google has announced two new features for its flight booking search service. Google Flights will now try to predict when flights will be delayed using historical flight status data, and it will also now tell you what amenities are not included in a basic economy fare. Down to basics Delta Airlines, if you remember, helped kickstart the so-called “basic economy” airfare back in 2012, serving … Continue reading Google Flights now predicts delays and shows how bad ‘basic economy’ fares really are
Tesla Model 3 production numbers are still far below what was expected at this stage due to ongoing battery issues that have required “hand assembly” of parts. According to reports on CNBC, Tesla’s Nevada Gigafactory has not yet fully automated the Model 3’s production process, meaning some emloyees have been making batteries by hand. An unnamed inside source said Tesla had to “borrow” workers from Panasonic, with which … Continue reading Tesla Model 3 delays: more battery production issues, claim employees
iPhone X pre-orders began at 12:01 a.m. on the West Coast and 3:01 a.m. on the East Coast in the United States, with throngs of Apple customers rushing to purchase the device as quickly as possible in the middle of the night. While many customers were able to complete their order quickly enough to receive a delivery date of November 3, the day the device … Continue reading Some AT&T and Apple Store Customers Faced Unexpected Delays When Trying to Pre-Order iPhone X
U.S. spacecraft development programs have little margin for error to meet an already-delayed timeline, a NASA official indicated, or else NASA astronauts may have to continue relying on Russia for the next few years to reach the International Space Station. [ibd-display-video id=2117998 width=50 float=left autostart=true] Since the U.S. space shuttle fleet was retired in 2011, astronauts have been hitching rides aboard Russian Soyuz craft to get … Continue reading Will SpaceX, Boeing See More Delays In ISS Launch Schedules?