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The FBI Spent $1.3 Million To Unlock The San Bernardino iPhone

04/21/2016, As you might have heard, Apple had refused to oblige the FBI in trying to unlock the iPhone belonging to one of the terrorists in the San Bernardino shootings. The FBI eventually found a way around this by seeking outside help, although unfortunately it...

Miggo Wants To Give Your iPhone A DSLR-Like Grip

04/21/2016, One of the upsides to photos taken with DSLRs is that they have a good grip. Now some of you might wonder why is grip so important? A good grip allows users to hold and frame their photo better. It can also sometimes prevent any shaking or moving which...

Apparently Apple Expects Your iPhone/iPad To Last 3 Years

04/17/2016, With every new iPhone or iPad model Apple announces, the company will also introduce a host of new software and hardware features that will make upgrading as tempting as possible, such as a larger screen size, higher screen resolution, higher megapixel...

2017 iPhone May Have A New ‘All Glass’ Enclosure

04/17/2016, A very reliable Apple analyst has claimed that Apple is going to make some major changes to the iPhone that it will release in 2017. Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities says that Apple is going to replace the infamous aluminum casing of the iPhone with a new...

Apple Reportedly Ordered 100M AMOLED Panels From Samsung

04/15/2016, There have been talks that Apple could switch to OLED panels for this year’s iPhone, but there are recent reports to indicate that chances are it will most likely be 2017’s iPhone 7s that will sport the technology. According to a report by The Wall...

New ‘Evil’ WiFi Could Result In Bricked iPhones/iPads

04/13/2016, You know how when you connect to a WiFi network once, you won’t need to keep entering the password again the next time? This is why when you come home from work, you are usually hooked onto your home’s WiFi instead of being on cellular. However...

iPhone 7 Could Feature The iPad Pro’s Smart Connector

04/13/2016, One of the new hardware features that Apple introduced with the iPad Pro is the Smart Connector. While previously Apple allowed users to connect accessories and peripherals to their iPads and iPhones using Bluetooth or Lightning, the Smart Connector...

Apple Looks Into iPhone SE Bluetooth Audio Quality Issues

04/11/2016, So, you are pretty happy with the thought of picking up the recently announced iPhone SE? Well, you might want to consider twice and wait for Apple to look into complaints concerning the poor Bluetooth audio quality that is part and parcel of the iPhone...

Most Americans Buy Their iPhones From Carriers Instead Of Apple

04/11/2016, Latest research data shows that majority of American customers opt to purchase their iPhones from carriers instead of purchasing them directly from Apple, and since the company’s smartphones are carried by all major carriers in the country,...

Mother Annoyed With Kids’ Social Media Use Shoots Their iPhone

04/10/2016, There were no cellphones back when I was growing up so constantly being glued to a phone was never a reason for getting scolded by parents, but it’s a different world now, kids these days love their smartphones and can’t imagine life without...

Apple’s Help Required To Unlock Drug Dealer’s iPhone

04/08/2016, Well, despite the FBI being able to unlock a terrorist’s iPhone 5c without the help of Apple after initially requesting such assistance from Cupertino (and was duly refused, of course), and Apple being expected to share the FBI’s iPhone hacking...

Apple Expected To Sell Their Billionth iPhone This Summer

04/07/2016, When it comes to individual smartphone brands rather than just platforms, it’s safe to say that Apple is one of the top players in the market. The company has managed to sell millions upon millions of iPhones with every generation that it has launched,...

White House Aides Allowed To Use iPhones Now

04/06/2016, Isn’t it interesting that, if you happen to be a White House aide, you are now able to make use of an iPhone as your mobile communications device, but the President is still prevented from doing so? Yup, this is because the non-use of iPhones by the...

Apple Might Finally Let Us Hide iPhone Apps We Don’t Use

04/06/2016, There’s no way to delete native iPhone apps so even if you don’t have any need for the Stocks or the Weather app, you can’t get rid of them, but it appears that at some point in the future Apple might finally allow us to hide iPhone apps...