Apple’s iPhone X sales are ramping nicely but the next few weeks will be crucial
We’re sure that some of you guys might have noticed or found it a bit odd that during Apple’s iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X announcement that the company pretty much did not mention anything about the HomePod speakers. In the past we’ve seen how Apple has announced products at one event, and then touch on them at a later event, but that wasn’t really the case here.
Many have given Apple flack and made fun of them for removing the headphone jack on the iPhone (despite Apple not being the first), but it seems that ever since Apple’s decision, quite a few Android handset makers have quietly followed suit, such as Razer who have since launched their own Razer Phone.
A whole host of new emojis, longer battery life and some fixed security issues: iOS 11.1 is the first major update to the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system.
The Apple Park Visitor Center opened in Cupertino on Friday morning, welcoming neighbours and guests from surrounding areas to experience Apple Park's innovations.
Since iOS 11 und macOS 10.13 (High Sierra), Apple's FaceTime video chat app has allowed users to take Live Photos during a video call. If you prefer not to be photographed, you can turn off this feature.
South Korea is home to a couple of Apple rivals in Samsung and LG. But the Apple iPhone X made a statement on Friday when Korean carrier SK Telecom sold out its stock in 3 minutes. That compares to the 20 minutes it took SK Telecom to sell out the Apple iPhone 7 last year. The carrier said that the silver colored version of the tenth anniversary model was the most popular of the two color options (Space Gray being the other choice), selling out in just one minute. In South Korea, the 64GB Apple iPhone X is priced at the equivalent of $1,237 versus the $999 the phone costs in the states. ...
It is widely acknowledged that Android is by far the most targeted mobile OS by the authors of malicious softwares. The malware writers prefer the mobile OS and as per reports, 99 percent of current mobile malware is aimed at the
You might recall back in July 2013 when we told you about a 23-year old stewardess who was electrocuted when she answered a call on her Apple iPhone 5 while it was charging. That seemed to kick off a series of other incidents where iPhone or iPad users would report receiving a shock. In many cases, the problem was the use of a third party charger. Later that year, Apple announced that it would allow consumers to swap third party chargers for the official Apple version. This was to take place in certain countries including the U.S., China, and the U.K. It has been some time since we passed ...