Unless you own the cellular version of the Apple Watch, there is a good chance that almost everything you do on the Apple Watch requires that it be tethered to your iPhone. While most of us typically travel with our phone and our smartwatch at the same time, this isn’t really an issue, but for those seeking a bit of independence, then this can be troublesome.
5G offers various improvements over 4G, a couple of which are its speeds where it is proven to feature both faster download and upload speeds. However, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, he believes that the upcoming 5G iPhone, it might not necessarily be capable of hitting max upload speeds.
With Apple and Qualcomm having set aside their differences, it is widely expected that with this year’s iPhone, Apple could be turning to the use of Qualcomm’s modems for 5G connectivity. However, it seems that it won’t be all Qualcomm and that Apple could actually be contributing to the design process.
Back in 2018, Microsoft announced that they would be dipping their toes into the game streaming market with an upcoming service known as Project xCloud. This is where users can stream Xbox games onto pretty much any device. The service was later launched in preview where gamers on Android could participate in it.
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple is expected to host an event in March where they could be announcing a couple of new products, one of which is the rumored iPhone SE 2, the successor to the 2016 iPhone SE. Whether or not the rumors are true remains to be seen, but at least one company is betting on it to be.
Back in 2017, Apple intentionally throttled the performance of older iPhones to preserve its battery life. Even though it wasn’t a noticeable change for some, a lot of users did find it inconvenient.And, Apple also admitted to the fact soon enough – which did not leave a good impression with the iPhone users.For obvious reasons, some switched to Android smartphones but some consumers in France ended up complaining that to […]
Apple products in general aren’t cheap, where supposedly more affordable models like the iPhone XR and iPhone 11 still aren’t exactly what many would consider “cheap”. However, Apple’s upcoming iPhone SE 2 (also referred to as the iPhone 9) could truly fit into the budget category.
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple is working on a successor to the iPhone SE. Some are calling it the iPhone SE 2, but over in Korea, national carrier KT is apparently dubbing it the iPhone 9 and has seemingly confirmed that the handset could be close to being launched, despite there not being any official word from Apple.
As Google Maps turns 15 today, they will be rolling out a new look along with a bunch of new features to iPhone and Android smartphones to celebrate the occasion.You can start noticing the new look if you’ve recently updated Google Maps today.If you haven’t yet, we insist you update the app as soon as possible to experience the fresh look.Along with a new look, the new update improves on […]
Being able to remotely unlock your car using your smartphone isn’t new. We’ve seen this tech used by carmakers such as Hyundai, but now it looks like Apple is interested in creating something of their own, at least that’s what’s being hinted at in the recent release of iOS 13.4 beta.
One of the problems with foldable phones is that based on the current technology, after repeated foldings and unfoldings, a crease will form. This is natural, although it does speak to the overall longevity of the device, but it seems that Apple might have found a solution to that problem.
Typically speaking, when your device is spoilt, you’ll need to go to the store to get it fixed. This is generally the case, but it looks like Apple could be looking to explore the possibility of providing onsite device repairs, where they will bring their repair services to customers instead of customers going to them.
Recently, there were reports suggesting that Apple’s iPhone production could be potentially affected due to the coronavirus outbreak in China, where most of Apple’s production takes place. One of Apple’s biggest partners, Foxconn, said that it would not affect production schedule, but a new report begs to differ.
Assuming that Apple is sticking to the same formula as they have for the past couple of years, later in the year we can expect the company to launch three new iPhones. Thanks to the folks at Mac Otakara, they have managed to get their hands on 3D printed mockups of the upcoming models.