This year’s iPhones are powered by Apple’s new quad-core A10 Fusion chipset, which means that the next generation of iPads will most likely be powered by a variant of that chipset, possibly the A10X. Now thanks to a recent sighting on Geekbench, it seems that the A10X has been benchmarked.
We remember when the iPad mini was first launched, it quickly spawned a ton of competitors who tried to make tablets as compact as possible. This quickly reversed when companies started making tablets with displays larger than 10-inches, like with the Samsung Galaxy View and the 12.9-inch iPad Pro.
We’ve all had bad experiences with customer service before, and we all react differently. Some of us file complaints, some of us pull our accounts out immediately, some demand to speak to a supervisor, but over in Dijon, France, a recent video has surfaced which shows a very angry Apple customer going around smashing the products in the store.
If there is one thing that Apple loves to boast, it is that their products are green. Not the color green, but green as in good for the environment because Apple chooses to use renewable energy, as well as choosing materials that won’t have a negative impact on the environment. However going green is more than just about their products.
Reports about iOS 10 updated disabling iPhones and iPad are starting to surface. The primary symptom is an update screen which progress is “stuck”, followed by a Connect to iTunes via cable screen. Apple is aware of the problem, has come up with a fix, and this should no longer happen. Some of you may still be stuck with the initial roll-out though, so here’s the fix.
Are you looking forward to Apple’s next major iOS update? If you are, you’re probably aware that iOS 10’s release is set for tomorrow (if you didn’t know, we guess you do now), and you might also be wondering if your device will be compatible with the update. After all with every update, Apple adds new features that older devices might not be able to handle.
With the brand new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, Apple has introduced new storage options. They have done away with the 16GB base storage and made 32GB its base. Gone is the 64GB option and instead customers are given choices of 32GB, 128GB, or 256GB. The good news is that it looks like Apple is applying those changes to its iPad lineup as well.
Apple has deposed a patent (USPTO link) that describes how the company’s devices could use the fingerprint information of thieves, to catch them. Called “Biometric capture for unauthorized user identification,” the patent describes how an unrecognized user’s biometric information (fingerprint) could be stored locally, or on the cloud, to be utilized at a later time for identification. A couple of years ago, it was recognized that iPhones were the most targeted […]
When it comes to the iPad, Apple has offered up the tablet in 3 different sizes: the 7.9-inch iPad mini, and the 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models. However could Apple be considering more sizes in the future? Apparently yes, at least according to famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
There are a good many of us who type in English, so seeing English keyboards is pretty common. Also finding an English keyboard online is pretty easy as the majority of keyboards being sold are in English. However for those who do not speak the language, their options become considerably less.
One of the features of the Apple Watch is its digital crown. Before the Apple Watch, smartwatches were mostly interacted with by touching its screen, however the digital crown on the Apple Watch provided users with another way of interacting with their smartwatch. However could the digital crown make its way to future Apple products?
Last year Apple launched the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, which means that this year we can probably expect its successor, assuming that Apple is keeping to its annual refresh cycle of its products. If you’re wondering how true those rumors are, you might be interested to learn that the folks at AppleInsider have managed to get their hands on photos of the alleged device.
There is a bit of debate surrounding the notion of refurbished products. Some believe that refurbished products are essentially almost brand new, while others believe that because it has been used before, it doesn’t matter if it is refurbished or not as it will never be the same as purchasing a product brand new off the shelves.
According to the rumors from last year, TSMC could be getting an exclusive contract to manufacture Apple’s A10 chipset for this year’s iPhone. The rumors have persisted and earlier this year, it was “confirmed” that TSMC would be the exclusive manufacturer for the A10 chipset, and now new rumors have indicated TSMC’s exclusivity could extend beyond the A10.