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iOS 11.2.6 Released With Fix For iPhone Crashing Character Bug

02/19/2018, Recently it was discovered that a single character from the Telugu language when sent in iOS can cause the iPhone to crash. Now some had assumed that the fix for this problem would arrive in iOS 11.3, but Apple reassured users that it would arrive much...

New iPhone Apps Required To Support The iPhone X’s Display

02/18/2018, When the iPhone 5 was first released, it took a while before apps were updated to fit its larger display, and the same was the case with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, so as you can imagine, this is a similar situation the iPhone X is facing at the moment....

Reduced iPhone X Production Could Affect Samsung’s OLED Sales

02/18/2018, According to the rumors, Apple is said to be halving the production of the iPhone X, a claim which some have refuted. However according to a recent report from Nikkei (via 9to5Mac), they are reiterating those claims and are adding that this could end up...


New iOS Bug Crashes iPhones And Disables Access To Apps

02/15/2018, If you thought that Apple’s software troubles with iOS were finished after some bugs were squashed recently, think again. A new iOS bug has been discovered which not only crashes iPhones but also disables access to the native Messages app as well as...

Twelve South Launches SurfacePad For The iPhone X

02/14/2018, If you’re looking for a case for your iPhone that also supports wireless charging, you might be interested to learn that accessory maker Twelve South has launched the SurfacePad for the iPhone X. This is a leather case that not only supports wireless...

‘World-Facing’ 3D Sensing Feature Rumored For 2019’s iPhone

02/14/2018, It is no secret that Apple believes that augmented reality (AR) is the way of the future, so much so that they’ve invested quite heavily into it, with rumors suggesting that Apple could be building its own AR headset. There is also the release of the...

New 6.1 Inch iPhone With LCD Display Might Replace iPhone 8

02/14/2018, The iPhone X is the first smartphone from Apple with an OLED display. It’s also the most expensive smartphone that Apple has ever sold with the base model starting at $999. That certainly doesn’t mean all iPhones will cost this much going...

Apple May Source Memory Chips From Chinese Supplier

02/14/2018, Apple’s NAND storage chip suppliers have included the likes of SK Hynix, Toshiba, and Samsung. The Korean conglomerate is one of the biggest memory chip suppliers in the world which is why even its rivals have to rely on it for memory storage chips....

Former Apple Engineer Explains Recent Buggy Software Releases

02/13/2018, Apple used to be known for their ability to pay attention to the details, but in recent times that’s proving to be the opposite, where recent software releases have contained bugs that really shouldn’t have existed in the first place. Apple had...

Benchmarks Prove iOS 11.3 Will Restore Performance On Older iPhones

02/12/2018, According to Apple’s CEO Tim Cook, he promised that a future iOS update would allow users to disable the throttling of their phones and restore it back to its former performance levels. For those wondering if these claims are true, iHelpBR’s Filipe...

AT&T Launches BOGO Offer For The iPhone X

02/12/2018, Apple’s iPhone X is probably one of the most expensive, if not the most expensive, smartphone in the market today (not counting those blinged out “luxury” smartphones). However the good news is that major US carrier AT&T has launched a...

New Apple Pencil In The Works, According To Analyst

02/11/2018, We’re sure many rolled their eyes when Apple announced the Apple Pencil a couple of years ago. On the surface it seemed like a stylus that Apple had rebranded, but upon its release, many have since found it to be an invaluable companion and a must-have...

Improving iPhone Battery Replacement Times Could Affect Upgrades

02/08/2018, When Apple announced that they would be offering $29 battery replacements for iPhones affected by the iOS update that throttled their phones, obviously there would be some consequences to their decision. At $29, this makes it considerably cheaper than...