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iOS 9 is bricking iPhones that have unofficial components from third-party repairers

iOS 9 is bricking iPhones that have unofficial components from third-party repairers

Getting your iPhone repaired by a third-party is often cheaper than getting it repaired at the Apple Store, and in many cases, you won’t notice the difference. But that’s going to change. With iOS 9, Apple is said to be bricking devices that contain unofficial components.

Apple could use curved photosensors to product smaller iPhone cameras that take better photos

Apple could use curved photosensors to product smaller iPhone cameras that take better photos

A new Apple patent reveals the Cupertino company could soon employ curved photosensors to create smaller iPhone cameras that capture better photos. The design could help Apple in its mission to make future smartphones even thinner.

Find My iPhone keeps sending users to a random house in Atlanta

Find My iPhone keeps sending users to a random house in Atlanta

Find My iPhone is the best way to recover a lost iOS device, but it doesn’t always work as planned. Atlanta couple Christina Lee and Michael Saba are learning this the hard way after getting constant visits from iPhone owners who are being wrongly directed to their home.

Apple’s 4-inch iPhone to be called the ‘iPhone 5se’

Apple’s 4-inch iPhone to be called the ‘iPhone 5se’

Rumors are suggesting that Apple’s supposed 4-inch iPhone will be based off a lower-end iPhone 5s and be dubbed the “iPhone 5se.”

Apple’s iPhone 6s orders up to 30% lower than expected in Q1 2016

Apple’s iPhone 6s orders up to 30% lower than expected in Q1 2016

Apple’s supply chain has confirmed that iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus orders are up to 30 percent lower than anticipated for Q1 2016, according to a new report. Sources say Apple has ordered 50-54 million fewer units than the same quarter last year.

Apple invents self-healing iPhone that fixes itself when you’re not using it

Apple invents self-healing iPhone that fixes itself when you’re not using it

Broken and problematic smartphones could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a new Apple invention that could allow future iPhones to fix themselves when they’re not being used. The technology could address all kinds of issues, including liquid damage, dead pixels, and more.

Growing number of Apple suppliers feel the impact of weak iPhone demand

Growing number of Apple suppliers feel the impact of weak iPhone demand

Yet more Apple suppliers are feeling the impact of falling demand for the company’s latest iPhones. Touch panel makers in Taiwan are reporting a 30 percent decline in revenue between November and December 2015, according to a new report.

WSJ: Apple is cutting back iPhone orders

WSJ: Apple is cutting back iPhone orders

Apple is scaling back its iPhone orders in a move that is having a major impact on its suppliers, according to The Wall Street JournalFoxconn, one of Apple’s biggest partners, has been promised a $12 million subsidy to minimize layoffs at its plants.

Apple rumors and predictions: What to expect in 2016

Apple rumors and predictions: What to expect in 2016


Apple had a banner year in 2015 with the launch of the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, Apple Watch, Apple TV 4, iPad Pro and more. How will the company top this in 2016? From the iPad Air 3 to new iPhones, read on to find out what we expect from Apple in the coming year.

Apple’s ‘self-healing’ device connectors could lead to waterproof iPhones

Apple’s ‘self-healing’ device connectors could lead to waterproof iPhones

Apple has designed a new system of waterproofing electronic devices using “self-healing” seals that make ports and other holes in the hardware airtight. The technology, which is detailed in a new patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, could lead to waterproof iPhones in the future.