Love it or hate it, there’s no way you can ignore the notch on the iPhone X and iPhone XS. Apple does its best to make the notch not so obvious in its marketing materials for the iPhone XS but that does not change the fact that the devices still do come with a notch.
A former Metropolitan Transportation Authority official has been accused of purchasing nearly $60,000 worth of iPhones using taxpayers money. The Manhattan district attorney’s office has charged the accused, Angel Barbosa, the former chief procurement officer at the MTA with grand larceny.
During its Q2, 2018 earnings call, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook revealed that the company has over 4 million public beta testers for iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS combined.
Apple officials believe that the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has exceeded its jurisdiction capabilities by ordering network operators in India to shut down support for handsets that do not support installing its Do Not Disturb app.
Are you single with a non-existent dating life? Well, get an iPhone then because a new survey from Decluttr reveals that seven out of 10 single people would prefer dating someone with an iPhone rather than an Android device.
Apple has been engaged with a war in TRAI over reporting of spam calls in India. Apple refused TRAI’s Do Not Disturb app from its platform which will allow users to share details of spam calls and text messages with it.
The iPhone Photography Awards aims to highlight and promote iPhone photography by selecting the best photos submitted to them every year and promoting them. The awards also do a great job at highlight just how capable iPhone cameras have become.
Apple has lost a trio of major executives in India as the company struggles to boost iPhone sales in one of the fastest growing and major smartphone markets of the world.
Advanced Malware Discovered in 13 iPhones Used by VVIPs in India Which Leaked Location Data, SMS, More
Cisco Talos has discovered a highly targeted campaign against 13 iPhones in India which were reportedly used by VVIPs. The attacker, in this case, used an open-source mobile device management (MDM) system to control the devices.
Japanese regulators believe that Apple may have breached its antitrust rules by pushing mobile operators in Japan to sell iPhones to consumers at a lower price and then charge them higher monthly fees.