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Everything you need to know about iPhone 8 Leaked Video

https://youtu.be/BVqA3qVDoyw Since the iPhone 7 was announced, rumors have been circulating about what Apple will cram into its next iPhone. Here's a round up of everything we've heard that Apple might introduce in the next iPhone. iPhone Concept Art Courtesy of Marek Weidlich, Handy Abovergleich, and ConceptsiPhone

Emojis,Text that Will Crash your iPhone and Tricks to Restore it

https://youtu.be/G0iPhSuiMpk Every now and then, there comes a moment in everyone’s life when you suddenly feel the need to really mess up someone’s day. Be it your boss breathing down your neck, your ex-boyfriend posting about his new relationship on Instagram, or that creepy dude from Tinder trying to arrange a second date, sometimes all we really need is to...

Qualcomm won’t stop shipping chips for the iPhone

Ethan Miller / Getty Images Qualcomm doesn’t intend to take Apple’s legal action lying down, but neither does it plan to stop doing business with the iPhone maker. Apple hit Qualcomm with a $1 billion lawsuit on Friday, saying the chipmaker had improperly withheld rebates in retaliation for Apple’s complaints to regulatory authorities in the U.S. and elsewhere. Apple’s suit followed...

Apple’s next iPhone will have a radically different screen

Apple will reportedly use a different technology for its Touch ID fingerprint reader, which strengthens rumors that Apple's next iPhone will have a "full-face" OLED display with ultra-narrow borders, according to a report by the reliable KGI Securities' analyst, Ming Chi Kuo, obtained by Apple Insider. Kuo predicts Apple will use optical sensors instead of the capacitive sensors that are...

Analysis: Apple may Change Touch iD Structure in 2017 iPhone

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released a new report that outlines some of his expectations with Apple’s 2017 iPhone. The expected updates include some structural changes, in addition to new biometric identification technology. Details from the note were published today by MacRumors. Kuo, a notable analyst with a good track record when it comes to predicting Apple’s hardware changes, outlined...

Apple is suing Qualcomm for $1 billion

Photo by Stephen Lam/Getty Images Apple is suing Qualcomm for $1 billion, saying that the mobile chip maker has been dramatically overcharging it for the use of basic patents, according to CNBC. The lawsuit comes just days after the US Federal Trade Commission began suing Qualcomm for anti-competitive practices over the exact same issue. The commission said that Qualcomm had been...

AT&T announced that it shut down its 2G network on iPhone 2G

Anyone still clinging onto the original iPhone got some bad news AT&T announced that it shut down its 2G network on January 1st, 2017. That means any original iPhone 2G owners will finally have to say goodbye to their devices, which will no longer receive cellular service on AT&T’s network. THE 2G SHUT DOWN WILL FREE UP RESOURCES AND SPECTRUM...

THE BEST PHONE YOU CAN BUY

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It’s been a wild year in the smartphone world, we’ve seen everything from modular phones, to exploding phones, even an iPhone that can get wet. Smartphones have been integral parts of our lives for nearly a decade now, but there’s still a lot of interesting things happening with them. There is still so much going on with smartphones that it...

You can now install bigger apps and games on the Apple TV

Apple has just alerted developers to a change in the rules for Apple for the Apple TV. Previously, apps were capped at 200MB for their initial size — but now they can be as large as 4GB, a 20x increase. Apple says it’s “now accepting” submissions from developers and that it’s making the change so that developers “can include...

Apple removes app that let you locate your AirPods

One of the biggest problems for Apple’s AirPods (apart from “do they actually stay in your ears?”) is finding the damn things if you lose one down the back of a couch. A $3.99 app that launched last week named “Finder for AirPods" aimed to fix this problem, but Apple, for some reason, has objected. As first reported by...