Earlier today, Apple released the second beta of iOS 12 just a15 days after dropping the first beta. The second iOS 12 beta includes a number of minor tweaks and enhancements apart from fixing some of the bugs reported by users.
At one point, iPhones were considered a status symbol. However, that is no longer the case, with the $999 iPhone X selling millions of units every single month. Heck, it has been the highest selling smartphone since the last two quarters.
Late last week, Apple sent out invites for its ‘Let’s take a field trip’ event on March 27. The event is squarely focused on teachers and students if the tagline accompanying the event invite is to be believed. The event venue, Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago, further reaffirms that. This is the first time that Apple is holding an event in a college instead of one of its usual auditoriums.
A new camera phone champion hits the market (the Samsung Galaxy S9), and it’s time for another super-detailed comparison. All the photos here (bar one) are deliberately shown in low light. My aim here was to push the optics and image processing of the three smartphone cameras to the limit – every phone camera takes a good snap in bright sunlight, but they all struggle once light gets low. Or do they?
Bitcoin is a phenomenon of the digital age, a currency without borders or regulation, a form of money that is totally anonymous – and, as a result, it has been taking off slowly but surely over the last five years, especially among geeks and tech-enthusiasts. If you have an iPhone then there are applications, widgets and utilities which can help you manage your bitcoin stash, send funds and keep a close eye on what the market is doing. Here’s a selection, hopefully with some variety, to spark your imagination and get you going with crypto-currencies.
Picking the best phones in the world is always a) incredibly hard, and b) terrific fun. Thankfully. This being an iOS-centric site, you’d expect an Apple iPhone at number 1 and you’d be right. But this isn’t sycophantic – in my other life as the producer and presenter of The Phones Show I do regular top 5 features – and an iPhone is invariably in the top spot because it’s the one top specced phone that can be recommended as the answer to “What phone should I buy” without any real caveats or possible recriminations.
Computer golf has been a tradition going back 30 years, right back to the days of CGA and EGA monitors on PCs. And with palmtops/PDAs and then smartphones, golf games have been available and popular at every stage. Seems that ‘a good walk spoiled’ is better when powered by a CPU and without the fresh air!
Apple hit its stride in 2015, cranking out products in a variety of different categories at an astonishing rate. As we bid farewell to 2015 and start 2016, it’s only natural that we look back at what Apple did last year in anticipation of what the company has in store for us in 2016. Read on as we summarize the year that was 2015 for Apple.
With tablets sale declining and the iPads being the worse hit, all eyes are set on the upcoming iPads from Apple to help give the tablet market a much needed boost. Last year, the company unveiled the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3, which failed to capture consumer’s interest.
If you think the Apple Watch is difficult to get hold of, you should try obtaining a limited-edition Apple product from the past. They’re almost impossible to find, and those that do pop up inevitably sell for a fortune. Here are 7 limited-edition Apple products that you’ll probably never own.