Samsung has been pretty quiet on the ad front lately, where it typically ends up marketing Apple just as much as its own phones.
iPhone X: Everything You Need to Know!
We are several cycles out since the launch of the iPhone 6, but the handset is still out there in the wild. Unfortunately, it sounds like the failure rate for Apple’s older handset is pretty high. And yet, not as high as the competition.
Apple to Refresh Mac mini, Launch New Apple Watch with Larger Display, Intro New Low-Cost Notebook, and More in 2018
This year’s Worldwide Developers Conference was all about software, so it stands to reason that this year’s September Event will have a big focus on hardware — and not including three new iPhones.
Apple and Disney Partner Up to Provide iPhones and MacBook Pro Devices as Part of the ‘Dream Big Princess’ Effort
Apple and Disney are not strangers to working together by any means, as Apple has handed over iPad Pro units to artists in the Disney and Pixar camps to help showcase the device’s potential as an artist’s canvas.
Apple has released a new iPhone X ad titled “Memory” highlighting Face ID. The 1 minute 39 seconds ad shows how Face ID is a better alternative to Touch ID and has a funny undertone to it.
One of Google’s more popular apps is Inbox, its first-party email app. It’s popularity isn’t just on Android, though, with iOS users adopting the app as their own, too.
A few months ago, Apple posted a video on its YouTube channel where it claimed that the iPhone X could take Studio Quality portrait photo. Now, it is pretty common for companies to make superlative claims in their marketing materials, but two people ended up complaining about that ad to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).
Apple added wireless charging to its iPhone lineup with the debut of the iPhone X and the iPhone 8/Plus last year. The company added Qi wireless charging to its devices, and later via a software update, managed to improve the wireless charging speed from 5W to 7.5W as well.
When the first iPhone X first launched, it was put through numerous drop tests to give interested consumers an idea of just how durable the glass design of the handset is. For a phone with a glass back, the iPhone X did well, though being a phone with a glass back, it did eventually crack after repeated drops. Well, what happens when you drop the iPhone X from the tallest bridge in California with a height of around 1,000 ft?
The iPhone X brought about some major changes to how an iPhone usually works. Apart from ditching the home button, Apple completely switched to a gesture-based navigation system on the handset as well. It also slightly tweaked the functionality of the App Switcher which in turn made closing apps on the handset difficult.