After raising $750,000 in an original Kickstarter goal of $500,000 in 2017, mobile camera equipment manufacturer Moment has announced the launch of its Battery Camera case for the iPhone Xs and the iPhone X.
iPhone X: Everything You Need to Know!
The iPhone Xs and iPhone X might look very similar at first glance. However, in typical Apple fashion, an ‘s’ upgrade is always about major performance and camera improvements, and the same stands true for the iPhone Xs. Plus, with Apple discontinuing the iPhone X, the iPhone Xs is the phone that now most people would consider buying.
Apple launched new iPhones today, all three of which welcome in new technology and continue to not use a 3.5mm headphone jack. And as a result, older models are getting the boot.
Apple is expected to launch three new iPhones next month, and if a new survey is any indicator, then Apple should indeed be preparing for a pretty massive launch.
Our devices are important aspects of our daily routine, but we’re left at the mercy of the batteries inside those devices to get us through each day.
Rumor has it that Apple is going to unveil the 2018 iPhone lineup, along with plenty of other pieces of hardware, on September 12. And now we may have an idea as to when preorders will go live.
Touch ID lets you add 5 different fingerprints for authentication. But for iPhone X, you can only add one face. This was as severely limiting factor if you were used to sharing your device with your significant other, kids or your parents. iOS 12 makes this process slightly simpler. You can now add one more face to Face ID using an unofficial workaround.
The Galaxy Note 9 packs 6GB RAM and an octa-core Snapdragon 845 chip running at 2.7GHz. Then there’s the iPhone X packing 3GB RAM and an A11 Bionic chip which is soon approaching its first anniversary. This should translate into the Note 9 beating the iPhone X handily in benchmarks and real-life use.
The Apple Pencil is one of Apple’s best accessories, and it’s time for the company to broaden its use across its family of devices.
Samsung, for whatever it’s worth, apparently wholeheartedly thinks it has a hit on its hands with these “Ingenius” ads.