Credit: EverythingApplePro Some people hated it, most people tolerated it, but we don’t think anybody actually loved it. However, the notch was a necessary evil, as there was really no practical way for Apple to
Credit: PX Fuel In fact, photographer and Peta Pixel contributor Amos Chapple did a bit of digging and actually discovered that Night Mode isn’t compatible at all with the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max’s
Credit: jeanvdmeulen / Pixabay There’s been pent-up demand for a long time for Apple to refresh the iPhone SE; despite the popularity of modern 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch iPhones, many consumers still loved the smaller and
Credit: Hadrian / Shutterstock iPhone 11 Pro Speakerphone Echo Problem According to a number of reports on sites like Reddit and the MacRumors forums, users are finding that the people they’re speaking to are getting
Credit: Mac Otakara A report from Mac Otakara (Google Translate), reveals what it claims to be a mockup of the 6.5-inch model of the new 2020 iPhone, and while it notes that the credibility of
Credit: Hasan Kaymak Apple’s two higher-tier smartphones, a 6.1-inch device and a 6.7-inch device, could come equipped with new sensor-shift stabilization, sources in the industry told the Taiwan-based publication. Specifically, the sensor-shift mechanism could improve
Credit: Ivan Smuk / Shutterstock That’s contrary to several reports and a class-action lawsuit that have surfaced over the past year. Here’s what you should know. Past Reports Back in August, The Chicago Tribune published
Credit: Lukmanazis / Shutterstock Reportedly, the mastermind of the scheme was an unnamed Taiwanese businessman referred to in local media reports as “Mr. X.” Along with a small team of Foxconn managers, Mr. X allegedly
Credit: MKBHD In a blind camera test carried out by a popular YouTuber, the iPhone 11 Pro didn’t win. And, in fact, it did a lot worse than you might expect. Brownlee’s Test The iPhone
Credit: Hadrian / Shutterstock The one-year-old smartphone was the fastest on the market when Apple released it in 2018. And even now, it’s likely just as fast as current Android flagships thanks to Apple’s one-year
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