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.


Third-Party MFi Lightning-To-USB-C Cables To Arrive In 2019

If you’re looking for a Lightning-to-USB-C cable for your iPhone, you’re probably aware that the official cables sold by Apple are pretty pricey considering that they are essentially just a bundle of wires. The prices of official accessories are generally more expensive, which is why people tend to shop at third-parties.


iPhone Production Could Move Out Of China To Avoid Trade Tariffs

Foxconn, Apple’s contract manufacturer for iPhones, is a behemoth in China’s electronics manufacturing industry. Apple’s iPhones are thus produced in China and that hasn’t been a problem for the company until now as the possibility of iPhones being hit by trade tariffs imposed on China looms large. This would make Apple’s smartphones more expensive in the company’s home country. It’s possible that Foxconn might move iPhone production outside China to […]


Apple Using New Strategies To Boost Sluggish iPhone Sales

There have been quite a few reports recently suggesting that Apple’s new iPhones aren’t selling as well as the company might have hoped. A new report points out that Apple is now experimenting with new marketing strategies that it has rarely used before in order to reignite sales of the iPhone. The strategies include generous device buyback terms and even discount promotions.


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Blind Smartphone Camera Test Yields Very Surprising Results

When you think of smartphone cameras that are supposed to be good, you might think of brands such as Apple, Samsung, Huawei, and more recently even Google is giving these companies a run for their money. This means that in theory in a blind test, it should be pretty clear who the winners are, right?


Apple Could Wait Until 2020 Before Launching 5G iPhone

A lot of companies are undoubtedly excited and eager to launch 5G smartphones. 5G networks are expected to begin rolling out next year in earnest which means that if you’re one of the first few smartphones that can take advantage of 5G speeds, your device will be in demand. However Apple seems to be ok with waiting it out.


Samsung And Apple’s 2019 Smartphones Could Feature 3D Sensing Cameras

These days our smartphone cameras are just for taking photos, but they can also act as sensors, such as the TrueDepth camera system on Apple’s newer iPhones which can be used to map a user’s face and use it for facial recognition in the Face ID security system. However come 2019, we might be able to expect more.


TestCard Uses Your iPhone To Perform Urinalysis

Back in the day if you wanted to check up on your health, you’d need to make a trip to the doctor. However these days a lot of medical technology has become cheap and convenient enough where we can do our own tests at home, like measuring blood sugar levels, blood pressure, and so on.


Insurance Fraud Allowed This Man To Upgrade His iPhone Every Year

Apple’s iPhones are without a doubt very expensive mobile devices. Given how ingrained they’ve become in pop culture, it’s also understandable why they are so desirable, where in the past we’ve seen people willing to sell their body parts just to get enough money to buy an iPhone.


Apple Gives The Entire Audience On The Ellen Show A Free iPhone XR

We’ve seen instances on talk shows like The Oprah Winfrey Show and The Ellen Show where acts of extreme generosity are performed, like that one time Oprah Winfrey gave her entire audiences a car each. Now it seems that part of The Ellen Show’s 12 Days of Giveaways, the show’s host Ellen DeGeneres has partnered with Apple to give away free iPhone XRs.


Apple Claims iPhone XR Has Been Topping iPhone Sales Since Release

With Apple announcing that they will no longer be sharing details like how many iPhones have been sold, it has led many to wonder how well the company’s iPhones are doing. After all if they’re selling in the millions, it should be something worth bragging about, right? This was one of the concerns surrounding the iPhone XR, in which it has been suggested that the phone might not be selling […]


PSA: $29 iPhone Battery Replacement Program Ends December 31

If you have an aging iPhone whose battery isn’t what it used to be, then maybe it’s time to swap out the battery for a new one. As some of you might have heard, Apple currently has a battery replacement program that costs $29 instead of the usual price of $79, but it should also be noted that this program will come to an end on the 31st of December.


Apple Offering More Credit For Trade-Ins Towards iPhone XR, iPhone Xs

It seems that Apple really wants its customers to buy its new iPhones because according to a report from MacRumors, it looks like Apple is offering up customers more credit when they  trade in an older iPhone and are looking to get either the iPhone XR or the iPhone Xs. Note that this is a limited time offer so you might want to move fast.


Google Could Expand Project Fi Support To More Devices

Google’s Project Fi program currently supports pretty much all the Pixel devices as well as some older Nexus handsets. As far as non-Pixel and non-Nexus devices are concerned, there are a handful that are supported, but that could change soon as it has been reported that support for other handsets could be introduced soon.