One of the features of iOS 14 is that the company is finally bringing support for picture-in-picture mode when it comes to videos. Apps, of course, need to be updated to take advantage of the new feature. YouTube was discovered to be testing this out in their app back in August, but they have yet to update their app to support it.
We know that sometimes buying extended warranty can feel a bit like a rip-off, but there are moments when something happens to your device and you’re glad that you did. Now, AppleCare+ is by no means cheap as far as extended warranties are concerned, but it seems that it is now actually more worth it than ever.
Heads up iPhone and iPad users, if you have been looking forward to checking out the latest iOS and iPadOS update, you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple has since officially released iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 where both the software updates for Apple’s smartphones and tablets are now available for download.
There are games designed for touchscreen devices, but there are also games that stand to benefit from using a physical controller. If you prefer using physical controllers for your mobile games, then you might be interested to learn that Razer has since unveiled its new Kishi controller for iOS devices.
Earlier this year, Apple introduced the iPhone SE. This is the company’s latest attempt at creating an affordable iPhone, but the problem with it is that it was a bit small compared to some of Apple’s other iPhones. This is where the rumors later suggested that Apple could actually have an iPhone SE Plus in the works for the second half of 2020.
Recently, it was revealed that at the somewhat last minute, Apple put the iPhone 12 to production but scrapped their plans to include a 120Hz display. This is rather disappointing given that many Android phones have displays with similar refresh rates, not to mention it debuted in the iPad Pro years ago.
The notch of the iPhone series has been kind of a sore spot in terms of design. Some have defended Apple’s decision by claiming that you kind of don’t notice the notch’s existence after a while, but the fact that it is still there simply cannot be ignored. However, that could change with the company’s 2021 smartphones.
While the 2020 iPad Pro refresh didn’t really seem like that big of a deal, one of the changes that Apple introduced to the tablet came in the form of a LiDAR scanner. Following that, the rumors started flowing that suggested that a similar hardware feature could also be coming to the iPhone 12.
There has been speculation whether or not the iPhone 12 will come with a 120Hz ProMotion display that first debuted on the iPad Pro years ago. Unfortunately for those who have been holding out and hoping for a 120Hz display iPhone, you could be disappointed to learn that will not be happening.
Are foldable phones the next big thing? We’ve seen several of them launch already, but they haven’t quite taken over like we would have expected. Presumably price is one of the reasons why many have yet to adopt the technology, so maybe if it was a bit more affordable, things could change.
One of the rumored features of the iPhone 12 is that it will come with support for 5G. Now thanks to a post by Evan Blass, he shared what appears to be a leaked promo email from a carrier (unspecified) that basically confirms it. In addition to confirming the feature, the email also hints at a possible launch date.
The Apple Watch is a water-resistant smartwatch that you can take with you when you swim, but what happens after you come out of the pool? In case you didn’t know, the Apple Watch comes with an active water ejection system that uses the vibration from the speakers to forcibly eject water from its ports.
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple could launch their new iPhones in the second half of October, but when exactly is anyone’s guess. However, according to a recent tweet by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, who has a pretty good track of these sorts of things, he expects that we should have more details later this week.
While Apple themselves might have confirmed that the iPhone 12’s launch will take place slightly later than usual, the company stopped short of actually mentioning when exactly it would be announced. Speculation at the moment has pegged the iPhone 12 for a launch in the second half of October, and now it seems that one of Apple’s suppliers might have hinted as such.