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You Might Be Using Your iPhone Wrong, Apple Design Chief Says

You Might Be Using Your iPhone Wrong, Apple Design Chief Says

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Just like the rest of the smartphones, Apple’s iPhone evolved a lot in its first decade on the market, getting features that nobody could even think of a few years ago.

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

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

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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 unveils gender-neutral emojis

Apple unveils gender-neutral emojis

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Apple created androgynous emojis to represent people who do not identify as male or female.

New Apple iPhone X video shows off live wallpaper

New Apple iPhone X video shows off live wallpaper

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Someone lucky enough to have the Apple iPhone X in his possession a little less than a month before the phone will be launched, captured 9 seconds of the device in action and posted it on Reddit. The beginning of the video shows live wallpaper on the handset, with red bubbles of various sizes floating through a black background that makes good use of the OLED screen's ability to produce a richer, deeper black than seen on an LCD display. The video, as brief as it is, shows the notch on top of the edge-to-edge screen (although it blends in so well with the black background of the wallpaper ...

iPhone 8 preorders in S. Korea likely to begin Oct. 27: sources

iPhone 8 preorders in S. Korea likely to begin Oct. 27: sources

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SEOUL, Oct. 8 (Yonhap) -- Apple's iPhone 8 is expected to go on sale in South Korea in early November with preorders beginning late this month, industry sources said Sunday.

iPhone 8 could have a serious battery problem after more handsets ‘burst open’

iPhone 8 could have a serious battery problem after more handsets ‘burst open’

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Apple is investigating reports of iPhone 8 Plus handsets bursting open, suggesting a possible battery issue. The latest unlucky customer is Mr Liu, who bought a 64GB Rose Gold iPhone 8 Plus from an official retailer in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong ...

Fresh case of iPhone 8 Plus with popped out display registered

Fresh case of iPhone 8 Plus with popped out display registered

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Several research analysts recently commented on the company. Finally, Lenox Wealth Advisors Inc. boosted its stake in shares of Apple by 0.4% during the 2nd quarter. FC Advisory LLC now owns 2,576 shares of the iPhone maker's stock worth $371,000 after ...

Apple iPhone 8 Review: A great “Plan B” (Video)

Apple iPhone 8 Review: A great “Plan B” (Video)

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Watch our Apple iPhone 8 review as we discuss the reasons why this smartphone matters, even with so much expectation for the iPhone X

Apple iPhone 8 Plus review: Till the iPhone X comes, this is the best

Apple iPhone 8 Plus review: Till the iPhone X comes, this is the best

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Apple is 'looking into' why some iPhone 8 batteries are swelling

Apple is 'looking into' why some iPhone 8 batteries are swelling

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Apple is also not revealing how many handsets have been affected by the problem; there have so far been media reports on a handful of defective devices. On the other hand, another publication in Taiwan reported an iPhone 8 Plus with bloating battery.

Apple names new general counsel

Apple names new general counsel

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NEW YORK: Apple Inc said its general counsel, Bruce Sewell, will retire and be succeeded by former Honeywell International Inc executive Katherine Adams, who will take over Apple’s multinational legal battle against Qualcomm Inc.

Report Finds Apple Isn't Intentionally Slowing iPhones With Updates

Report Finds Apple Isn't Intentionally Slowing iPhones With Updates

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The evidence doesn't support the idea that Apple is intentionally slowing older iPhones with software updates, according to a report from Futuremark, the creator of benchmark software 3DMark. Their conclusion is based on data collected over the last couple years.

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