In 2021, Apple will most likely be releasing their next major iOS update in the form of iOS 15. However, in addition to releasing the update, Apple is also rumored to be dropping support for some older iPhones which includes the iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and also the original iPhone SE that was released several years ago.
While the majority of mobile games can be played perfectly fine using the onscreen controls, there are some games that might benefit from using an external game controller. However, this in turn raises some issues in which gamers will need to spend extra money on a separate accessory.
One of the issues that iPhone 12 mini users have been reporting is that when their devices are paired with a case and/or a screen protector, the touchscreen display started to become unresponsive, or was intermittent in terms of its responsiveness. This seemed like an odd problem to have, but thankfully it appears to be a software issue.
For years, many have suspected and speculated that iPhones slow down over time as a result of Apple purposely making their devices slower to force customers to upgrade. It might seem like a wild conspiracy, but this was kind of proven to be true when Apple did admit that they throttled older iPhones.
Usually when devices are first launched, they encounter some teething issues. In the past, we’ve seen various complaints about the iPhone’s screen when the handset is first released. This usually involves reports about displays showing a yellow-ish tint, but in the past, this has been attributed to the glue still not fully set yet and it should go away after a while.
While Apple products are expensive, they do hold their resale value especially if you take care of them really well, where even after a couple of years, devices like the iPhone can still sell for a bit of money secondhand. This is why they’re especially valuable for thieves who believe that they can fence stolen Apple goods.
These days, almost everyone has their phone in a case and use it with a screen protector. This is to help our devices last a little bit longer where we might plan to resell it further down the line, or at least keep it for a very long time in good condition. However, it seems that there is an issue with the iPhone 12 mini when it is used with […]
Foldable phones didn’t exactly get off to the best start, with users reporting issues related to durability. Then there is also the problem with the price, where for the most part foldable phones are simply too expensive. This has certainly put a dampener on the whole foldable phones trend.
While 5G has yet to fully roll out across the US, let alone the entire world, it seems that companies aren’t wasting time trying to develop the next-gen tech that follows 5G, which comes in the form of 6G. In fact, taking part in that alliance is none other than Apple, who has only recently just released their first 5G capable iPhones.
If you just bought the brand new iPhone 12 and you rely heavily on SMS or iMessage to communicate with others, then you might want to take note of a potential issue. According to multiple user reports, it seems that quite a number of iPhone 12 owners are experiencing missing SMS or message notifications.
Right now, pretty much all batteries used by smartphones are the same, just with different capacities. However, with the iPhone 13, Apple could potentially be adopting something known as soft board battery technology, at least that’s according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who wrote in a research note to investors.
Last year when Apple introduced the iPhone 11 Pro Max, it came with a battery close to 4,000mAh. This was extremely impressive as Apple’s iPhones have never exactly been known for having particularly good battery life, but there were rumors that this year’s iPhones could actually see the company regress on that front.
Apple has announced that its next major update to its macOS operating system, Big Sur, is now available for the general public. For the most part, it is a rather typical update with various improvements and new features, but what makes this version of macOS so important is that it is the first macOS to support the new Apple M1 chipsets.
If the new iPhones aren’t really your jam and you want a phone that isn’t as expensive, then the iPhone SE might be a good alternative. However, if you were hoping for slightly better specs, it makes sense to wait for the next-generation model, but unfortunately, those hoping for a new iPhone SE might have to wait a bit.