We have already seen previous versions of iPhones running Windows 95 or Windows XP using an emulator. Now using the same trick, YouTuber Hacking Jules has managed to get Windows 95 up and running on the iPhone X.
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Face ID works great for most people out there. But clearly, there are edge cases. From issues with bright light to twins tricking Face ID. In one case, a kid was able to unlock their parent’s iPhone X using Face ID.
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Apple has officially seeded the latest version of pre-release software for watchOS, tvOS, and macOS.
Apple has officially seeded the latest developer beta software for the newest iteration of iOS.
With the 2017 iPhone lineup already out there in the wild, attention is already starting to diverge to what Apple will launch in 2018.
Apple originally intended on launching its first smart speaker, the HomePod, before the end of 2017.