Apple’s iPhones are selling markedly less well than before, according to phone purchasing surveys and customer buybacks. The entire industry is slumping hard.

Google might be giving up on making tablets, but Samsung is keeping at it with a rumored high-end Galaxy Tab S6. This device will allegedly be the followup to the Galaxy Tab 5e and Tab S4, but it will have more in common with the Galaxy S10. 

Samsung and Nvidia are partnering up on 7nm, with signs that the Korean foundry may be Nvidia’s primary or sole provider, rather than TSMC.

Samsung wanted to release the Galaxy Fold several months ago, but hardware defects in the first batch of review units led to an indefinite delay. Now, Samsung has reportedly finished redesigning the device to make it more durable.

The wait is almost over for phone buyers who look at the Galaxy S10 and wish it had more features.

The carrier will launch its 5G network in a handful of cities on June 28th, and there will be a single 5G device available to take advantage of the new network. T-Mobile will launch the Samsung Galaxy S10 5G on the same day for a predictably high $1,300. 

Samsung says “most” of the problems with the Galaxy Fold have been solved and the device is ready to hit market — but no ship date yet.

Intel may tap Samsung for some work at 14nm, possibly as late as 2021, if recent rumors are true.

Samsung deleted a tweet warning its users to virus scan their smart TVs. Bad idea.

News on the redesign process has been tough to come by since then, and now AT&T is done waiting. The carrier has canceled all Galaxy Fold pre-orders and refunded customers.