Late in the day on Friday, Apple officially launched a new repair program for the iPhone 7, which aims to address a limited issue.
If you are in the market for a new iPhone, but don’t want to pay new iPhone prices, then a refurbished model from Apple might fit the bill.
With the holidays winding down (some folks are still on vacation until 2018 rolls around, after all), data analytics company Flurry has shared their data to give a look at which company came out on top this holiday season.
Apple has made it a priority to make the camera (or cameras) in the iPhone lineup impressive, and, as a result, many people have used the smartphone over the years to shoot all sorts of content.
One of the things that Apple likes to promote is the fact that quite a few of its older devices are updated to the newest version of iOS.
Apple has finally included supported for FLAC audio playback with the new iPhone 8 and the iPhone X, along with the Apple TV 4K. The feature will also make its way to the iPhone 7 lineup after the iOS 11 update as reflected by the product pages of these devices. The support doesn’t extend to older devices like the iPhone 6s or the iPhone SE however, which could be due to hardware limitations.
The iPhone 8 Plus is the direct successor to the iPhone 7 Plus from last year. Despite a version number jump in between, the iPhone 8 Plus feels more like a ‘s’ upgrade.
The iPhone X might be the highlight of Apple’s 2017 iPhone lineup but for all intents and purposes, it’s the iPhone 8 which is going to sell in huge numbers.
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.
Former Software Engineer Who Built an iPhone 6s From Scratch Has Now Added a Headphone Jack to iPhone 7
Earlier this year, Scotty Allen, a former software engineer, managed to build an iPhone 6s from scratch with nothing but components sourced from China. Now, he has managed to do something which even Apple could not do with the iPhone 7: add a headphone jack to it.