When Apple unveiled the iPhone XR, it made quite a big deal about the device offering Portrait mode despite coming with a single 12MP shooter at the rear. The iPhone XR is not going to be the first device to shoot portrait photos with only a single camera at its rear. But the way Apple has implemented this feature, there’s a slight catch.
Apple will be fixing the BeautyGate issue surrounding the front camera of the iPhone XS and iPhone XR with the upcoming iOS 12.1 update.
Ahead of the iPhone XR going on sale later this week, the first batch of reviews of the handset has hit the web. The device has been unanimously praised in all reviews, with most publications feelings that the trade-off made by Apple to reach the slightly lower price point is worth it.
More than four days after it initially went up for pre-order, the iPhone XR is no longer available from Apple for launch day delivery. Analysts had expected strong demand for the handset so it is surprising to see the iPhone XR being available for launch day delivery for so long.
It’s 2018 and your iPhone is your entire life. Everything that’s important to your digital life is on your iPhone. Memories in the form of photos and videos and utility in the form of contacts, documents and app data. And it’s way too easy to lose all this important data. If you get locked out of your iPhone or you forget your passcode, it’s already gone. Not to mention losing the iPhone itself.
Google’s flagship smartphone, the Pixel 3 XL, has started hitting the retail stores in the United States. It compares directly to Apple’s iPhone XS Max which is the Cupertino company’s best iPhone around. So, how do the two devices perform in a speed test comparison which primarily involves loading a bunch of apps?
Following the release of iOS 12.0.1 earlier this month, Apple has now stopped signing iOS 12 for all compatible iPhones and iPads. This means users will not be able to downgrade back to iOS 12 on their iPhone or iPad for any reason whatsoever.
Apple continues to echo its statement that a recent report regarding Chinese spy chips being installed on some servers is inaccurate, and now executives from the other named companies in the original report are weighing in again.
Issue with GasBuddy App Causing Some iPhone Models to Become Unresponsive; GasBuddy Working on a Fix [Updated]
Apple has identified an issue with the GasBuddy iOS app, which is causing some iPhone models to seize up and become unresponsive.
Music discovery is an important aspect for the streaming platforms out there, but so is keeping tabs on new music from artists you’ve already shown interest in.