iPhone, iPad Users Encountering Weird iTunes Error Messages When Launching Apps

Being able to launch apps on your handset is something we can all expect as one of the most basic features of a smartphone. Unfortunately, it seems that there is a growing number of iPhone and iPad users who are encountering a weird issue in which whenever they launch a non-Apple app, they get an error message.


The iPhone 11 Seems To Be Scratching Pretty Easily

The problem with most smartphone design these days is that it is clear that companies are going more for looks than durability. We don’t necessarily think it’s a bad thing, but it does mean that you need to be really careful with your phone and maybe consider investing in a case if you’d like to prevent scratches and dents.


Apple Launches Repair Program For iPhone 6s, 6s Plus Devices That Won’t Turn On

The iPhone 6s and 6s Plus were launched back in 2015, meaning that they are now four years old. We imagine that most people would have upgraded their devices by now, but in case you’re rocking either handset, you might be interested to learn that Apple has launched a new repair program targeting either device.


Check Out The iPhone 11 Glow When The Flashlight Is Turned On

Apple launched the iPhone 11 last month and it is the successor to last year’s iPhone XR. It comes with a brand new dual camera setup, a slight redesign in terms of color options, and apparently now it can glow in the dark as well! This was discovered by iPhone 11 owners when they turned on the flashlight on the back of their phones.


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iPhone 11 Sees Strong Demand, Apple Boosts Production In Response

With Apple increasing the prices of its iPhones and combined that with the heat from the competition and also a mature market, it wasn’t surprising to learn that Apple’s newer iPhones weren’t selling as hot as its predecessors did in the years before it. However, the iPhone 11 seems to be painting a story of redemption.


2020’s iPhone Might Skip The ‘S’, Could Simply Be Known As The iPhone 12

This year’s iPhones are named the iPhone 11, which means that based on Apple’s naming habits in the past, it would have been safe to assume that next year’s iPhones could be known as the iPhone 11S. This has been a naming pattern Apple has adopted since the iPhone 3GS, so it wouldn’t be wrong for us to assume it would continue.


Apple Has An Idea On How To Improve The Touchscreen Typing Experience

Typing on a touchscreen keyboard is perfectly fine for firing off short messages, but as you might know, typing out longer documents and emails can be tiresome. This is due to the lack of feedback that you get when typing with a virtual keyboard versus an actual physical keyboard, but it seems that Apple could have an idea on how to fix that.


‘iPhone SE 2’ To Arrive In Q1 2020 With iPhone 8 Design

Apple analysts usually predict (or confirm) some of the plans for the upcoming devices along with the sales expectation.Now, 9to5mac reported that the renowned Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said that Apple will unveil the next iPhone SE (i.e SE 2) in the first quarter of 2020.In addition to the launch, we have some solid information on the phone itself. The new generation of iPhone SE is believed to be inspired […]


How To Connect A PS4, Xbox One Controller To An iPhone

If you think that gaming on your iOS device will benefit from using an external controller, check out our guide on how to connect a PS4 or Xbox One controller to your iPhone.


Beware! Realistic iPhone Lightning Cables That Can Hack Your Device Will Be Mass Produced And Sold

Back in August, we reported that a security researcher had put together a very realistic-looking iPhone Lightning cable that when plugged into an iPhone, would allow hackers to remotely access the device. It was a proof of concept at that time, but now a report from Motherboard has revealed that the cable will be mass produced and sold.


Diver Discovers iPhone Lost In River, Manages To Turn On After 15 Months Submerged

Sometimes the resiliency of our mobile devices can be surprising. Now, it is obvious that when Apple designed their iPhones that they were clearly not aiming for ruggedness. This is why display repairs are so common due to them seemingly cracking relatively easily upon being dropped.


Apple Logo On Future iPhones Could Double As A Notification Light

For the longest time ever, one of the defining features of Apple’s MacBook laptops was its glowing logo on the lid of the device. However, in recent years, Apple has decided to drop the design completely. If you did like the idea of such a design, you might be interested to learn that it could be making a comeback, but not for the MacBook, but for the iPhone.


New iPhone Exploit Could Result In A ‘Permanent’ Jailbreak

Jailbreaking iOS devices is like playing a game of whack-a-mole with Apple. This is because for every exploit that jailbreakers use to jailbreak iOS devices, Apple will eventually patch it, leading to that particular jailbreak become redundant. This could also be why over the years, jailbreaking has become a lot less popular than ever due to the hassle involved.


Apple Has Not Forgotten About Its Older Devices, Releases iOS 12.4.2 Update

When it comes to software updates, Apple actually does a pretty good job of keeping its devices updated for as long as possible. This means that sometimes, devices that are 4-5 years old will still be on the receiving end up major updates. In fact, as if to prove a point, Apple has released an update in the form of iOS 12.4.2.