When the iPhone 12 rumors first started popping up, they claimed that at least the ‘Pro’ iPhone 12 models will feature a 120Hz ProMotion display. However, recent leaks suggest that Apple will not be going ahead with 120Hz OLED panels on its iPhone 12 Pro models.
Unlike last year, the first beta of iOS 14 has been relatively stable which has led to a lot of people installing it on their iPhone. The improved Home screen experience, App Library, and all the other new features in iOS 14 have tempted a lot of iPhone users to jump the gun on the first developer beta of the OS.
Reports of Apple not including a power adapter with the iPhone 12 lineup later this year have picked up steam. While it is still too early to come to a conclusion, there is a very strong possibility that Apple ends up going with this move.
Apple announced iOS 14 earlier this week at the opening keynote of WWDC 2020. The upcoming release of the OS packs a number of usability improvements and also brings about a much-needed home screen revamp. What are your thoughts on iOS 14 and which is the feature that you are looking forward to the most?
Smartphones are going to play a major role if the world needs to keep the coronavirus infection at bay until its vaccine is developed. Realizing the situation that the entire world is in and the role of smartphones, Google and Apple teamed up to work on a cross-compatible contact tracing API for iPhones and Android devices.
Apple finally unveiled a new low-cost iPhone yesterday to succeed the first-generation iPhone SE. It comes with the company’s latest processor, an HDR-compatible screen, the same primary camera from iPhone Xs, wireless charging, fast charging, and water resistance. But are these features enough to make you buy the new iPhone?
After initially being announced on September 12th, the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro went on sale on September 20th. Now that the devices are out for almost three weeks, what are your thoughts on them? How happy are you with your iPhone 11 or iPhone 11 Pro?
This time around, Apple started accepting pre-orders for not one or two but three iPhones at the same time: the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and the iPhone 11 Pro Max. While the iPhone 11 Pro series is meant for pro users, the iPhone 11 is meant for casual users who don’t need that excellent display or the additional flexibility of the triple-camera system.