Apple faced criticism after a security researcher revealed that the iPhone 11 series requests location data even when a user has specifically set not do so. The Cupertino based company explained that the behavior was due to the new U1 Ultra wideband (UWB) chip. In this article, we will show you how to disable U1 chip on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max to prevent location tracking.
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Coronavirus outbreak only seems to be getting worse with rising mortality rates and detections. The outbreak has affected many aspects of our lives and industries based out of China have been badly hit. Many passengers aboard a cruise ship docked near Japan are reportedly affected by coronavirus. Now Japanese authorities have decided to hand over 2000 iPhones to all the passengers stuck onboard.
Apple seems to have hit the bull’s eye with the iPhone 11 pricing. The latest budget offering from Apple has helped increase the iOS market share in major markets. iOS currently accounts for 24.3% of all smartphone sales across major European markets, USA, Japan, Urban China, and Australia.
The slight reduction in the iPhone 11 prices has done wonders for Apple. The device has been in strong demand since its launch and unsurprisingly, it was the top-selling iPhone every week for the entire Oct-Dec quarter. This was revealed by Apple’s CEO Tim Cook at the Q1 2020 earnings call.
It is no secret that Apple has been struggling to find a foothold in the world’s second-biggest smartphone market. India is one of the very few countries with a positive demand for smartphones. Well, Apple seems to have finally turned the tide by registering a 6% growth in 2019 as opposed to a 43% decline in the year before.
It appears that Apple’s marketing focus on privacy and security is not just all talk. FBI had to reportedly spend more than two months to crack an iPhone 11 for an investigation.
DxOMark is out with its iPhone 11 camera review, a few months after the device had first gone on sale. The device has the same primary and ultra-wide angle camera setup as the iPhone 11 Pro series and only misses out on a telephoto sensor.
The strong demand for the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro series has led Apple to ask TSMC to increase the production of the A13 Bionic chip. This is the chip that powers the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro. It is fabricated on TSMC’s 7nm process node.
The iPhone 11 series seems to be a hit among buyers in the US, at least during the holiday quarter. The iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max seem to have made up more than two-thirds of all iPhone sales in the country.
Apple today shared two new videos on its YouTube channel highlighting the ‘slofie’ feature of the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.