Apple is no stranger to legal actions being brought against it, and now it’s seeing it all over again due to the cameras in recent iPhones.
iPhone 7 Plus
Apple made some changes to its product lineup with the announcement of the iPhone 8 and the iPhone X yesterday. It has now been discovered that Apple is offering the Jet Black version of the iPhone 7 and the 7 Plus in a 32GB configuration. The Jet Black iPhone 7 was previously available only in 128 and 256GB variants. It is interesting to point out that Apple has discontinued the 256GB models of the iPhone 7 and the 7 Plus.
Earlier this year, Comcast launched its own MVNO, Xfinity Mobile, and, just recently, it became available across the entire United States.
The “Shot on iPhone” ad campaign has been going strong for quite some time now, and Apple adds to the stream with the latest advertisement.
iPhones usually aren’t the phones that slow down months after you bought it. But of course, there are exceptions. Either because of old or buggy software or resource intensive apps, even the latest iPhone can be bogged down. Or maybe, it just feels like it’s bogged down. Doesn’t matter what the case is, follow our tips below and you’ll have your iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus (or any of the previous iPhones) running up to speed in no time.
The iPhone 7 Plus is a big phone, but, for that real estate, you get a 1080p HD display and, perhaps even more importantly, a dual camera setup on the back of the phone.
Every year, the best of Samsung battle it out with the Best of Apple. It’s the latest from Samsung’s Galaxy S series, vs Apple’s iPhone. This time, the battle is a lot more interesting. First of all, there are two versions – the S8 and the S8+. And Samsung has pushed a lot of boundaries when it comes to the hardware. But how exactly does the new Samsung S8 and S8+ hardware compare to the latest iPhones? We’ve got the numbers for you.
The latest Strategy Analytics research has revealed that Apple managed to account for 69% of the global smartphone profits in 2016. Naturally, Samsung’s poor showing, especially with the Galaxy Note 7, had something to do with this.
A video recently surfaced on Twitter showing the Apple iPhone 7 Plus spontaneously catching fire and subsequently melting. A new report now mentions that Apple is currently investigating the issue, which tells us that this could be a serious issue.