iPhone Day means incessantly refreshing a tracking page until the delivery truck finally arrives at your front door. But then the wait’s over and you’ve finally got the thing you’ve been waiting hours, no, a week, for!
As I write this, it’s a little before 5:00 PM PST, or 8:00 PM EST, which means that on the other side of the globe the iPhone XS and iPhone XS have been on sale for a bit of time already.
Apple launched three new iPhones earlier this month, with two of those models sitting at the top of the pyramid due to just a few changes in their specs compared to the third, less expensive model.
Years ago, I wasn’t having very good luck with online preorders. Websites not working. Carts not updating. And, in what felt like just a matter of seconds, shipping dates slipping into unwanted territory. So I swore it off.
Earlier this week, Apple officially unveiled its new iPhone lineup. According to Apple, the company wants iPhones for everyone, and, as such, shuffled around price points after it introduced the new trio of handsets.
There was a time when Apple’s naming scheme was pretty straight forward, even after it adopted the “S” addition. But we may have jumped off that ship these days.
3D Touch is one of many features present in the iPhone lineup, but it might be one that might not be sticking around for too much longer, if rumors are any indicator.
The MacBook Air is one of Apple’s most successful products to date, serving as the entry-point and a stable workhorse for a lot of people all over the planet.