Apple Sued In Australia Over Exploding iPhone X
As our phones rely on lithium-ion batteries, it means that there is a chance, no matter how small, that they could explode. This could be due to a variety of reasons, but it is still quite scary to think about. Unfortunately for a man in Australia, Robert De Rose, his iPhone X exploded while it was in his pocket, resulting in him suffering second-degree burns.
iPhone 11 Pro’s Multi-Camera Video Recording Feature Will Be Coming To Older iPhones
One of the highlight features of Apple’s new iPhone 11 Pro is when the developers of the Filmic Pro video capture app showed how video could be captured on the phone’s multiple cameras simultaneously. This meant that video could be captured using the front-facing camera and rear-facing cameras at the same time.
Man With Swift Reflexes Catches iPhone Mid-Air While Riding A Roller Coaster At 80mph
These days with cameras readily at our disposal in our smartphones, it makes it so easy for anyone to take a photo or video anytime, anywhere. This has unfortunately resulted in some accidents, where people try to take photos only to lose their phones instead. This was almost the case with one main at the PortAventura World theme park in Catalonia, Spain.
A Team Of Divers Discovered A Working iPhone X At The Bottom Of A Lake
In recent years, one of the changes that Apple made to its iPhones is by giving it water and dust resistance. The feature might come across as a bit novel since not all of us drop our phones into water or need to take it with us swimming, but when the feature does come in handy, many are no doubt grateful to have it.
Apple Reportedly Paid Samsung $683 Million For Missing OLED Targets
With the launch of the iPhone X, Apple had transitioned from using LCD to OLED, at least on some of its models. Apple’s primary supplier of OLED panels is Samsung, where both companies had an agreement with each other where Apple would buy a set number of panels from Samsung for use in its iPhones.
The iPhone X Was 2018’s Best-Selling Smartphone In The World
In 2017, Apple introduced the iPhone X which marked the first redesign to the iPhone in a few years. It also marked the first time that the base iPhone model was priced $1,000 and higher. You would think that this price tag would deter customers from purchasing the handset, but it seems that was not the case.
Apple Now Lets You Buy A Refurbished iPhone X
iPhone X wasn’t exactly a cheap smartphone when it arrived back in 2017 and if you’ve been waiting for a good deal on one of those, there’s now a new option for you to consider. Apple has now started selling the refurbished iPhone X for the first time. Apple is selling the 64GB and 256GB versions of the device through its online store.
Alleged Samsung Galaxy S10 Benchmark Scores Aren’t Too Promising
The Samsung Galaxy S10 is one of the most anticipated smartphones for 2019. It is also expected to pack the latest and most powerful hardware, where some variants will be powered by the latest Exynos chipset, while others will be using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855. Unfortunately it seems that despite using the latest hardware, recent benchmarks have found the phone to be a bit disappointing.
The iPhone XS Battery Case Sort Of Works With The iPhone X
Yesterday Apple launched the Smart Battery Case for their 2018 iPhones. There was a model for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR. Given that the iPhone XS and iPhone X share similar dimensions, it did not come as a surprise to learn that the case for the iPhone XS also fits the iPhone X.
This Is Why The iPhone X Can’t Run Fortnite At 60 FPS
Last month in an update to Fortnite Battle Royale on iOS devices, Epic made it so that the game would run at a buttery smooth 60 FPS. However this only applied to Apple’s latest iPhones, the iPhone XR, the iPhone XS, and the iPhone XS Max. So what about the previous year’s iPhone, like the iPhone X?
Data Shows New iPhone Adoption Is Lower Than The Previous Year
There have been various claims suggesting that Apple’s new iPhones for 2018, the iPhone XR, Xs, and Xs Max aren’t selling as well as many, including Apple and their investors, would like. Given that Apple doesn’t plan to share figures of its iPhone sales anymore, we guess we’ll never really know 100% how many units they might have sold.
Nomad Launches iPhone X, Xs Case That Supports Moment’s Lenses
Mobile photographers looking to take their mobile photography to the next level are probably familiar with Moment. For those who aren’t, Moment is a company that specializes in high-quality camera lens attachments for mobile phones. The only problem was how you would attach those lenses.
Apple Reportedly Resumes iPhone X Production Due To Low XS Sales
There have been quite a few reports recently of Apple’s new iPhones not selling as well as the company might have hoped. A new report claims that Apple has resumed production of the iPhone X due to low sales of the iPhone XS and XS Max.
iPhone X Exploit Lets Hackers Steal Your ‘Deleted’ Photos
We all know that sinking feeling of accidentally deleting a file or photo and not having any way of recovering it. This is why iOS devices, when a photo is deleted, it gets sent to a “Recently deleted” folder which basically gives users about a month or so to recover it, after which it will be deleted permanently.
iPhone X Reportedly Explodes After Updating To iOS 12.1
Updates are usually seen as good things because they typically contain things like bug fixes, performance improvements, new features, and so on. However in the case of Twitter user Rocky Mohamadali, it seems that recently updating his iPhone X to iOS 12.1 had less than desirable results.
Woman Accused Of Remotely Wiping iPhone To Destroy Evidence
If you’ve ever lost an iOS device or had it stolen, then you might be familiar with the Find My iPhone feature that lets you either remotely lock your device, locate it, or remotely wipe it. This is useful if you don’t want people to know what’s on your device and if you want to lock it to prevent people from reselling it.
Apple Launches Repair Program For iPhone X, 13-inch MacBook Pro
Sometimes devices break down and encounter issues due to faulty components. Unfortunately for iPhone X and 13-inch non-Touch Bar MacBook Pros, it seems that there are enough issues that have been reported for Apple to officially announce and launch a free repair program for affected customers.
iPhone X Gets Apple's Processor Throttling Feature
Apple calls it a feature, one that it was recently fined millions of dollars in Italy for. The company acknowledged it as such after reports revealed that the company’s older handsets would throttle processors. Some felt Apple was doing this to push customers to upgrade to a newer model but it had a different explanation. This functionality has now been added to the iPhone X and other models from last […]
First Week iPhone Xs, Xs Max Sales Reportedly Better Than iPhone X
Usually whenever Apple introduces a new iPhone design, customers go crazy for them and we see sales spike. However last year with the iPhone X, while the phone didn’t flop, it wasn’t exactly the resounding success that Apple had hoped. However it seems that maybe this year’s iPhones are telling a different story.