This week’s Apple Loop includes a comparison of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus cameras to the competition, a review of the iPhone 7 Plus, a look at the stock shortages, the latest information on the iPhone 8, asking if we have passed 'peak iPhone', how to fix your broken iPhone 7, Apple's solution to beating Moore's Law, and how not to lose the new headphone adaptor.
Apple’s billion dollar ‘spaceship’ campus in Cupertino, California is nearly ready for takeoff. Impressive drone footage shows the site’s latest progress ahead of its end of year completion deadline. Read Full Article at RT.com
The developer of a clever sticker pack for iOS has been told that he has to change how the stickers look and act or else.
Shares of organic light-emitting diode technology maker Universal Display (OLED) today closed up 25 cents, or half a percent, at $55.51, despite some negative chatter about the company’s standing as a supplier to Apple (AAPL) for the next iPhone, presumably an “iPhone 8.” The stock dropped sharply at the open, but rose steadily the rest of
Android Wear’s biggest advantage over the Apple Watch is arguably its sheer variety, which has allowed an increasing number of fashion brands to release their own timepieces. One of the latest such smartwatches is the Access line by Michael Kors. It’s not for everyone, but it gets the job done. The Access comes in men’s and women’s designs (‘Dylan’ and ‘Bradshaw,’ respectively)
Usually folks are pretty charged up about a new iPhone, but this year's iPhone 7 release brought a controversy about Apple's decision to kill the headphone jack. I'm sure in a year or two, we'll all scratch our heads and realize it really wasn't that ...
New MacBook Pros are coming at the end of October, a guy destroys iPhones in an Apple Store -- and Apple knows about the iPhone 6 "Touch Disease" issue!
The dual-lens camera on Apple's iPhone 7 Plus is finally showing off its full potential with the update to iOS 10.1. We'll show you what the new portrait mode looks like and how to use it.
Technically Incorrect: In France, someone is apparently unhappy with Apple.
As a global company, nothing is stopping Apple from bringing its products to other countries. But as it heads to South Korea to bring to the country its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets, should Samsung really be worried?