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Kelvin Tan

New note offers an interesting idea for Apple’s most intriguing iPhone X successor

According to every single rumor we’ve seen so far, Apple is going to release three new iPhones this fall. There will be an updated version of the iPhone X, a bigger (and more expensive!) iPhone X Plus, and a cheaper… Continue Reading →

iPhone SE 2 could steal iPhone X’s edge-to-edge display and it’s notch

Apple’s new iPhone SE, expected to make its debut this month, may not be a clone of its predecessors after all. One popular accessory-maker, which has already started producing screen protectors for the device, expects the iPhone SE 2 to… Continue Reading →

It’s now much faster to get a replacement iPhone battery from Apple

One of the bigger Apple stories from 2017 was the company’s admission that it throttles CPU performance on older iPhone models. Apple’s admission in this regard was huge, especially since the notion that Apple was purposefully hampering system performance on… Continue Reading →

Samsung missed the chance to make history at Google I/O 2018

Google released the first Android P version to developers many weeks ago, without revealing all the new features coming to Android this year. But on Tuesday, the company shared many new details about Android P during its primary I/O 2018… Continue Reading →

Apple is reportedly pulling apps that give location data to third parties without any consent

Weeks ahead of the European Union’s enforcement of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Apple is removing iOS apps from the App Store if they’ve been giving location data to third parties without explicit consent, a new report says. According… Continue Reading →

Round Apple Watch could be coming soon based on new patent

The Apple Watch might be a great health-centric wearable but, depending on who you ask, it isn’t a great fashion item. It’s rounded square design might match its other smart products but, as far as watches go, circles almost always… Continue Reading →

Apple is hinting that the notch is the future of all iPhones

Apple shook up established smartphone design with its iPhone X’s notch. The company’s move signaled to competitors that it’s okay to go forward with notch designs of their own, and as a result, 2018 brought us a large number of… Continue Reading →

iOS 12 expected to add horizontal Face ID for new iPad and iPhone X Plus

Apple’s upcoming release of iOS 12 will foreshadow the release of new iPad and iPhone X Plus models by adding horizontal Face ID support, according to separate claims from Japanese Apple blog Macotakara and Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman. The small… Continue Reading →

Apple confirms a serious problem with the iPhone X – and an unlikely solution

Face ID, Apple’s sophisticated 3D-sensing face recognition system, is one of the signature features of the iPhone X. It turns out, however, that Face ID isn’t perfect and Apple already has instructions for its stores and authorized service providers to… Continue Reading →

Apple might truly remove the headphone jack with this year’s iPhones

When Apple unveiled the iPhone 7 in September of 2016, the familiar device curiously lacked a headphone jack, a mainstay of every single iPhone since the very beginning. Apple’s design decision in this regard was incredibly controversial, with some arguing… Continue Reading →

Apple Hires Samsung Executive to Lead South Korea Business

Apple Inc. hired a new leader for its business in South Korea, home to its biggest rival and a country where the iPhone maker has struggled with regulators. Brandon Yoon, a veteran Microsoft Corp. executive and most recently a vice… Continue Reading →

Apple May Be Stuck With Pricier Samsung Displays for 2018 iPhones

Apple used LCDs on every iPhone until last year, when it finally moved to OLED for the iPhone X. Apple reportedly intends to use more OLED panels for this year’s iPhone refresh, but sources indicate the company’s plans to source… Continue Reading →

Apple unveils new iPhone recycling robot named ‘Daisy’

Underscoring Apple’s commitment towards the environment and its ongoing effort to be as eco-friendly as possible, the company earlier today announced a new disassembly robot designed to take device recycling to the next level. Dubbed Daisy, the robot is designed to… Continue Reading →

Russia wants Apple and Google to remove ‘Telegram’ from their app stores

Created by Russian-born developers, encrypted chat app Telegram is one of the most popular instant messaging apps on iPhone and Android. But Russia has Telegram in its sights for the company’s refusal to share encryption keys with the state’s FSB… Continue Reading →

Apple updates its MFi program logo

Manufacturers reportedly have 90 days to update their packaging Apple is giving the logo for its MFi program a refresh, offering manufacturers 90 days three new designs to work with, reports ChargerLab. Launched in 2005, the MFi Program is a… Continue Reading →

iPhone X Screen Issues Confirmed By Apple

It wouldn’t really feel like an Apple product launch if there wasn’t some sort of technical issue for users to contend with and the release of the new iPhone X hasn’t broken tradition. The tenth-anniversary handset went on sale last Friday,… Continue Reading →

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