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What To Expect From 2018 iPhones: Face ID, Bigger Batteries, And Pre-5G Technology

Face ID is arguably the iPhone X's headlining feature, and according to reports, it's making its way to all the 2018 iPhones. What's more, bigger batteries and pre-5G technology are coming along to boot.

Apple December 9, 2017

Apple Names App Of The Year, Game Of The Year For iPhone and iPad: Here Are The Winners For 2017

Apple awarded this year's App of the Year and Game of the Year for iPhones and iPads. The most popular apps and games on the App Store and content on Apple Music and iTunes for 2017 have also been revealed.

Apple December 8, 2017

Apple Says The Important Thing Is To Be The First To Make Tech 'Fantastic'

For Apple, beating the competition to the punch of a new idea doesn't matter. What's important is being the first to make it 'fantastic,' such as the Face ID and the iPhone X notch.

Apple December 7, 2017

iOS 11 Date Bug: Why iPhones Randomly Crashed On Dec. 2 And How To Fix It

Apple’s bug problems just got worse. After a massive security flaw found in macOS High Sierra recently, reports are now surfacing about an unusual iOS 11 bug that’s causing iPhones to crash.

Apps/Software December 4, 2017

iPhone X Powered By Qualcomm Gets Faster LTE Speeds Than Intel Variant

LTE speeds and performance on the iPhone X depend on which model you have. Based on a study, Qualcomm-powered variants can get faster LTE speeds than the Intel versions.

Apple December 2, 2017

Walmart Has Some Of The Best Black Friday Deals On iPhones, Including The iPhone X, iPhone 8, And More

Apple fans, this Black Friday is your holiday, and Walmart is the place to be for the best iPhone deals. At that, the retailer is putting the iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 7, and more on sale.

November 24, 2017

Law Enforcers Serve Apple Search Warrant For Texas Gunman’s iPhone: It’s Apple vs FBI All Over Again

Apple has been served a warrant to unlock the phone that belonged to a shooter responsible for killing 26 people in Texas. But like its tussle with the FBI over the San Bernardino case, Apple may not relent.

Business Tech November 20, 2017

An iOS 11.1 Bug Autocorrects 'I' To 'A' With A Symbol: Here's The Temporary Fix

An autocorrect bug on the iOS 11.1 replaces 'I' to an 'A' with a symbol when users type with the predictive keyboard feature. Apple suggested a temporary fix, but iPhone and iPad owners would rather receive a perfect iOS 11.

Apple November 7, 2017

Future iPhones, iPads Would No Longer Use Qualcomm Components, And That’s Really Bad News For The Chipmaker

Apple might break up with Qualcomm soon. Reports say the next iPhone and iPad design won’t include Qualcomm components, a scenario which would significantly hit the chipmaker’s profits.

Apple November 2, 2017

iPhone X Impressions, Videos Are Out Early As Apple Takes Odd Release Strategy

More and more details of the iPhone X are turning up online after Apple sent out a few review units and invited a couple of YouTubers over its New York penthouse to take the handset out for a spin.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 31, 2017

Doctor Spots Own Cancer With Pocket-Sized Ultrasound Connected To An iPhone

A new electric razor-sized ultrasound device, connected to a smartphone, helped a doctor diagnose his own cancer. The gadget called Butterfly iQ will be launched in the United States in 2018.

October 30, 2017

Early iPhone X Videos, Images Give A Glimpse Of What To Expect From Apple's 'Future Of The Smartphone'

Apple fans everywhere can now get a close look at the highly anticipated iPhone X by way of early packaging and unboxing images and videos.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 29, 2017

Hackers Can Use iOS Apps With Camera Access To Spy On iPhone Owners

A security researcher discovered that hackers can abuse iOS permissions to have apps secretly take pictures and record videos using the iPhone's cameras. How can you protect yourself against this new iOS privacy problem?

Apple October 29, 2017

iPhone X Pronunciation: How Apple Wants You To Say It (Hint: It's Not 'Ex')

There's a slight chance you might be pronouncing 'iPhone X' wrong. From the look of things, it's not called the iPhone 'ex' at all, according to Apple.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 27, 2017

Apple To Release iPhone With Apple Pencil Support In 2019: Here’s Why Steve Jobs Would Be Pissed

Apple might unveil an iPhone with a built-in stylus as early as 2019, according to new rumors. It might use a different technology than Samsung’s S Pen, though.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 16, 2017

iOS 11 Now Running On 47 Percent Of All Apple Devices, But Adoption Is Slower Than iOS 10

iOS 11 has now been installed by nearly half of all Apple device users just three weeks after the update was released. But adoption could have been faster if the iPhone X was released early.

Apps/Software October 14, 2017

Qualcomm Files Lawsuit To Stop Apple From Selling iPhones In China: Here’s Why It Won’t Work

Qualcomm has filed a new lawsuit against Apple to stop it from selling or manufacturing iPhones in China. It’s the latest in both companies’ long-running legal battle, which started earlier this year.

Apple October 14, 2017

Apple Reportedly Working With LG To Release A Foldable iPhone In 2020

Apple is apparently trying to create a foldable iPhone, and LG is reportedly supplying the displays. This means Apple will rival Samsung’s rumored foldable smartphone, but it’s also a way for the company to wriggle free from Samsung’s OLED monopoly.

Apple October 12, 2017

How To Switch From The iPhone To The Google Pixel 2, And 3 Reasons Why

Google has taken the wraps off the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, and it's not wasting time in converting iPhone users to the other side. At that, here's how to switch from iPhone to Pixel 2.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 8, 2017

How Old, Crappy Phones Inspired The iPhone, And Other Key Takeaways From A New Jony Ive Interview

Jony Ive, Apple’s design chief, graced The New Yorker TechFest to talk about his work. He shared pretty interesting tidbits about the original iPhone, his relationship with Steve Jobs, and his design process.

Apple October 8, 2017

Think Apple Deliberately Slows Down Old iPhones Over Time? Think Again, Suggests Benchmark Analysis

Futuremark has now released a data analysis that looks into the performance of older iPhones over the years, and the conclusion is interesting. It turns out Apple doesn’t seem to be intentionally slowing down old iPhone models.

Apple October 7, 2017

iOS 11.0.2 Upgrade Won't Solve Your Problems, And Downgrading No Longer An Option: Apple, Help!

Apple released iOS 11.0.2, but it made matters even worse for some iPhone and iPad owners. Unfortunately, users who have upgraded to iOS 11.0.2 or iOS 11.0.1 are stuck with these versions, as downgrading is no longer an option.

Apple October 6, 2017

Uber App For iOS May Have Secretly Taken iPhone Screenshots, And Apple Allowed It

Another controversy has struck Uber, as its iOS app was discovered to have the ability to take screenshots of users' iPhones. Surprisingly, Apple actually gave Uber permission to use the code in its app.

Apps/Software October 6, 2017

iPhone Hacking Tool Used By FBI In San Bernardino Case Will Remain A Secret

A federal court ruled that the FBI can keep the vendor and price of its iPhone hacking tool a secret. The tool was used to unlock the iPhone 5C of one of the shooters of the 2015 San Bernardino tragedy.

Apple October 2, 2017

You Might Want To Skip iOS 11.0.1 After Reading These User Problems

Many iPhone and iPad owners started experiencing a variety of problems after upgrading to iOS 11. Apple rushed out iOS 11.0.1 to fix some of the issues, but it apparently made things even worse for some users.

Apple October 2, 2017

Apple Sheds More Light On iPhone X's Face ID Security Via Technical White Paper

Apple has published a six-page technical white paper that addresses some of the questions and security concerns surrounding the new iPhone X's Face ID feature.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 28, 2017

Hackers Lock Out iPhone And Mac Users, Demand Bitcoin Ransom: Here's How To Stay Safe

Hackers have exploited Apple's Find My iPhone and Find My Mac services to lock users from their devices and hold them ransom. Here are some ways to protect yourself before it's too late.

Security September 22, 2017

Apple Makes iPhone X Official: Bezel-Less OLED Display, Face ID, 64-Bit A11 Bionic Chip, And Much More

Following tons of rumors and heavy speculation, Apple has finally unveiled the iPhone X, an iPhone of many firsts. It’s the most radically designed iPhone yet, but also the most expensive one to date.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 13, 2017

Developers Behind ‘Journey,’ ‘Flower’ Just Unveiled A New Breathtaking Game Called ‘Sky,’ And It’s An Apple Exclusive [Video]

The makers of 'Journey,' 'Flow,' and 'Flower' have announced a new game called 'Sky,' launching on Apple devices this winter. If the studio’s track record is any indication, 'Sky' might be every bit as engaging and compelling as its predecessors.

Video Games September 13, 2017

iPhone 8's Rumored $1,000 Starting Price Too Much? You Can Probably Blame Samsung For That

The word in town is the iPhone 8 will hit the shelves with a $1,000 starting price, and that high price point could be because of Apple's transition to OLED panels and Samsung's dominance in the display market.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 7, 2017

The iPhone 8's Official Release Date Is Sept. 22, Carrier Says: Rumor

According to O2, a UK carrier, the iPhone 8 has a Sept. 22 release date. If that's indeed the case, then Apple's upcoming flagship will be up for grabs in just a few weeks.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech September 4, 2017

Even Cops Don’t Want Windows Phones: NYPD Officers Switching To iPhones By The End Of 2017

The NYPD has had enough of Windows Phones. Because Microsoft stopped updating its mobile operating system, thousands of New York cops will switch to Apple’s iPhone by the end of the year.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 29, 2017

Apple Aggressively Shutting Down Popular Apps In Iran, Where The Company Does Not Exist

Apple has aggressively moved to shut down apps created by Iranian developers for owners of the company's devices in the country. Ironically, Apple officially does not exist in Iran due to sanctions by the United States against it.

Apple August 28, 2017

iPhone 8 To Make Sure You Never Run Out Of Space With 512 GB Storage: Rumor

If a new iPhone 8 rumor is correct, then Apple fans are in for a treat. A treat in the form of a whopping 512 GB of built-in storage for the upcoming flagship, that is.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 24, 2017

iOS 11 SOS Feature Disables Touch ID So You Can't Be Forced To Unlock Your iPhone With Your Finger

The Emergency SOS feature of iOS 11 does not only give users a quick way to call 911, but it also disables Touch ID. This will prevent users from being forced to unlock their iPhones using their fingerprint.

Apple August 17, 2017

iPhone Owners Are Paying $0.99 For A Blank 10-Minute Song: Why Is It So Popular On Apple iTunes?

A blank 10-minute track 'A a a a a Very Good Song' is climbing up the iTunes charts. Why are iPhone owners paying $0.99 for the so-called song?

Apple August 10, 2017

Apple vs Qualcomm Lawsuit Intensifies: Four Major iPhone Suppliers Join The Fight

Four major iPhone suppliers have filed counter claims against Qualcomm, further intensifying the legal battle between the chip maker and Apple. The suppliers allege that Qualcomm is trying to force them to pay excessive licensing fees.

Business Tech July 20, 2017

New Panic Command Feature By Apple Will Allow Users To Quickly And Discreetly Call 911: Is It On The iPhone 8?

A published Apple patent depicted an iPhone panic command feature that will allow users to quickly and discreetly call 911. Will it be available on the iPhone 8, and will it really help improve the safety of iPhone owners?

Apple July 19, 2017

Apple Hasn't Started Mass Production Of New iPhones Yet, While OLED iPhone 8 Gets Delayed

According to a report, Apple's 2017 iPhones have yet to enter mass production, and the OLED iPhone 8 release date is said to be delayed to November or December.

Apple July 17, 2017

Apple Has Been Working On iPhone Facial Recognition For Years, But It Still Doesn't Work Right On The iPhone 8

Recently published patent applications reveal that Apple has been working on iPhone facial recognition technology for years. However, the company is having trouble with getting the feature to work on the iPhone 8, which may delay the premium smartphone's launch.

Apple July 14, 2017

Apple Falls Into Panic Mode As Software Problems Plague iPhone 8: Wireless Charging, 3D Face Scanning In Trouble

There is 'a sense of panic in the air' in Apple, according to a report by Fast Company. The iPhone 8 team is said to be encountering software problems surrounding the upcoming smartphone's wireless charging and 3D face scanning features.

Apple July 12, 2017

Teen Electrocuted When Cellphone Accidentally Falls In Bathtub

A girl died after attempting to use her cellphone while charging in the bathtub. Her family is now spreading awareness about the dangers of using electrical devices near water.

Public Health July 12, 2017

Deutsche Bank Warns iPhone 8 Sales May Fall Well Short Of Expectations

Sales of Apple's iPhone 8 might fall short of expectations. A new report by Deutsche Bank suggests that Apple's investors might be setting their sights too high.

Apple July 12, 2017

iOS 11 Beta 3 Now Available To Developers: iPad Improvements, Notification Center Upgrade, And More

Apple has now released the iOS 11 beta 3, which includes a number of changes and refinements to overall performance. Developers can now access the latest beta release.

Apps/Software July 11, 2017

iPhone 8 Might Start At $1,200, Face Launch Delay Due To Touch ID

Apple fans might be in for some bad news, as the iPhone 8 could start at $1,200. More than that, its release date could be pushed back because of Touch ID issues.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 10, 2017

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