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File Your iPhone ‘Batterygate’ Claim to Get $25 in Settlement from Apple

File Your iPhone ‘Batterygate’ Claim to Get $25 in Settlement from Apple

If you were affected by the ‘batterygate’ issue, you can get up to $25 from Apple. The company had decided to pay $500 million to end the class action lawsuit slapped on it in the United States.

Spotify, PUBG, and Other iPhone Apps Are Crashing Due to Facebook [Update: Fixed]

Spotify, PUBG, and Other iPhone Apps Are Crashing Due to Facebook [Update: Fixed]

A number of popular iOS apps including Spotify, TikTok, Tinder, and PUBG are crashing for iPhone users due to an issue with the Facebook SDK. All these apps use the Facebook SDK and offer it as an alternative login option. This is the second time this year that a number of iOS apps are crashing due to an issue with the Facebook SDK.

Apple Drops Trade-In Values of Older iPhones as iPhone 12 Launch Nears

Apple Drops Trade-In Values of Older iPhones as iPhone 12 Launch Nears

We’re inching closer to the launch of the iPhone 12, and even if it is delayed as rumored, Apple is expected to launch it sometime in October. Now is the time when most people start trading in their older-generation iPhones so that they can buy a new one. Hence, the company has begun lowering trade-in values for older iPhones via its official trade-in program in the US.

iPhone Batterygate Issue Refuses to Die as European Consumers Demand Compensation

iPhone Batterygate Issue Refuses to Die as European Consumers Demand Compensation

Remember the iPhone Batterygate controversy? It had to pay $500 million to settle the lawsuit in the US. Still, it doesn’t look like the issue is completely dead yet, even after Apple offered discounted battery replacements. A European consumer organization is looking to demand compensation from Apple for iPhone users.

Apple Is Tracking Looted iPhones from Its Stores in the US

Apple Is Tracking Looted iPhones from Its Stores in the US

There are massive protests going on in the United States following the murder of George Floyd by a police officer in Minneapolis. As a part of the protests, many shops are also being looters by protesters with ill intentions. Apple Stores are hot zones in such a scenario given just how expensive iPhones, MacBooks, and other Apple products are. As it turns out though, Apple is smarter than the protestors breaking into its retail stores though.

iPhones Heavily Discounted in China for 6.18 Shopping Festival

iPhones Heavily Discounted in China for 6.18 Shopping Festival

Apple has discounted various iPhones in China for the 6.18 online shopping festival. The price reductions have been done to stir iPhone demand and boost sales. iPhone sales have picked up in China after normal operations resumed in the country post the COVID-19 lockdown, but they are still lower than what they were before the virus struck.

Some iPhones, iPads, Macs Vulnerable to Attacks via Bluetooth

Some iPhones, iPads, Macs Vulnerable to Attacks via Bluetooth

Apple is held in high regard when it comes to user data privacy and security. However, even Apple products aren’t foolproof and we get to see some vulnerabilities from time to time. A new report states that some iPad, iPhone, and Mac models are vulnerable to short-range attacks via Bluetooth.

Australia’s COVIDSafe Contact Tracing iPhone App Needs to Continuously Run in the Background to Work Properly

Australia’s COVIDSafe Contact Tracing iPhone App Needs to Continuously Run in the Background to Work Properly

At the beginning of this week, the Australian government launched its contact tracing app COVIDSafe. Since then, the app has already been downloaded over two million times. The Australian government has based the app of Singapore’s TraceTogether app. Since the app does not use the upcoming official contact tracing API from Apple, it has one major issue.

Kuo: 6.7-Inch iPhone 12 Delayed to October, mmWave 5G iPhones Have ‘Potential Delay Risk’

Kuo: 6.7-Inch iPhone 12 Delayed to October, mmWave 5G iPhones Have ‘Potential Delay Risk’

While everyone is expecting Apple to announce next-generation iPhones sometime in the third quarter of 2020, some models could see a delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic and other issues. According to a new report from analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, 5G iPhones with mmWave connectivity also face a potential launch delay.

Kuo: Apple iPhone SE Plus Delayed Until H2 of 2021

Kuo: Apple iPhone SE Plus Delayed Until H2 of 2021

A few days ago, Apple launched a new iPhone SE and discontinued the iPhone 8 series. While the iPhone SE is an excellent replacement for the iPhone 8, there’s no replacement for the iPhone 8 Plus yet. It was rumored that a variant of the iPhone SE 2020 with a larger screen would be launched to replace the iPhone 8 Plus, but it looks like the plan has been delayed.