Recently, Apple opened up its Reuse and Recycle program to include Android smartphones, to make it easier than ever before to get people to switch to the iPhone.
If you’re a long-time iPhone user, you’ll know Apple makes improvements to its smartphone loudspeakers almost every year. It’s not too surprising, then, that the iPhone 6 has the loudest speaker so far — but how much louder is it then its predecessors? Find out in the video below.
One of the pillars that Apple has built itself upon is delivering updates to older devices, especially as the main competition lacks that same sort of ideal.
When iOS 8 was released, users of older devices such as iPhone 4s and iPad 2 had complained about performance problems.
There have been concerns raised about the performance lag and other usability issues on older devices like the iPhone 4s on iOS 8, forcing some to downgrade back to iOS 7.1.2. So what’s it like to upgrade from iOS 7.1.2 to the latest iOS 8.0.2 software update?
On Wednesday, September 17, Apple will release iOS unto the world (possibly the biggest release to date). With it, a ton of new features will find their way out into the public domain, and a wide range of devices will be able to get the newest software underneath their owner’s fingertips. The iPhone 4S included.
One of the biggest gripes about Apple’s iPhone has been its battery life. So it didn’t come as a surprise to find that battery life was one of the top features that readers were most excited about.
Thankfully the bigger iPhones seem to have allowed Apple to include a bigger battery, as Apple claims that iPhone 6 Plus offer longer battery life.
Apple will unveil the iPhone 6 at its media event on September 9th, and in this post, we tell you the best places to sell your current iPhone, so that you can use the extra cash towards your new iPhone 6 purchase.
According to analyst estimates, Apple sold its 500 millionth iPhone in the last few weeks, marking an important milestone since the device’s introduction in 2007.
Guests arriving at the Aloft Hotel in Manhattan or Silicon Valley will soon have a new way of checking into their hotel room. Instead of going to the front desk, guests can stroll right into their room, using their smartphone as as a room key.