The anti-reflective coating issue that has been around for years, troubling certain MacBook Pro owners, is seeing an extension to its repair window.
Apple has discounted a trio of Beats headphones on its online store in the United States by anywhere between $40 to $60. The BeatsX wireless earphones have seen their price drop to $99.95 from their usual price of $149.95.
As previously reported, Apple will enable 7.5W fast charging on the iPhone 8 and iPhone X with the upcoming iOS 11.2 update. The functionality was already enabled by the company in iOS 11.2 beta 2 which dropped earlier this week.
The holiday season is quickly approaching, with Black Friday looming over it all, and to prepare Apple has published this year’s gift guide.
The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) launched a DnD or Do Not Disturb app last year on Android, allowing users to block spam numbers. The app couldn’t make its way to the App Store, however, with Apple raising concerns over privacy. But it seems like Apple has changed its mind with the company now looking to work with TRAI to develop this app.
Apple is no stranger to patent infringement cases, on both sides of the situation, but this latest report covers a much larger issue.
The iPhone X is one hell of a selfie camera. And most of what makes it so great is not the 7 MP camera module itself but the TrueDepth sensors housed in the now infamous notch. Using all the sensors and some software smarts, iPhone X is able to blur the background in a sophisticated manner. And then there’s the new Portrait Lighting effect feature which brings professional level lighting effects to the iPhone.
iPhone X is the early adopter’s phone. You’re paying the price (literally and figuratively) to get the future’s phone, today. There are a lot of new ideas here. Some of them are intuitive and work reliably every time. But many don’t. The gesture-based interface can be unreliable sometimes. Face ID is magical but in some conditions, it loses a bit of the magic.
After the iPhone X, Apple is possibly looking to include Face ID in future versions of HomePod. Inventec Appliances’ President David Ho, which will be making HomePods for Apple, told the media at the company’s earnings call that the current trend points to smart speakers coming with not only voice recognition but also facial and image recognition.
Apple’s Clips app, which allows for quick video editing and sharing, launched earlier this year.