With iOS 15 just a few months away, new reports have come out claiming Apple could drop support for iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, and iPhone SE.
Entire 2021 iPhone lineup is expected to feature sensor shift optical image stabilization. The feature was first introduced on the last year’s iPhone 12 Pro Max.
LG has apparently given up on making smartphones. The company has also given up on manufacturing LCD screens for iPhone.
Apple won’t announce iPhone 13 this year. A report has now highlighted that Apple’s looking into another naming scheme for the future iPhones.
A video has surfaced on YouTube giving us a look at the prototype of Apple’s iPhone 4S, and the test build version of iOS 5.
A professor at Johns Hopkins University has revealed that iOS isn’t as secure as Apple markets it. The professor has revealed that Apple doesn’t utilize all the built-in encryption methods as much as it could do.
A new report from DigiTimes claims that the whole iPhone 13 lineup is expected to LiDAR scanner, and will not be limited to the Pro models.
A new report details that in July and August 2020, NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware was used to hack the phones of 36 journalists, producers, and anchors at Al Jazeera. The iPhones were hacked using a zero-click iMessage exploit and an exploit chain dubbed KISMET. It even worked on the iPhone 11 running iOS 13.5.1 — the very latest release of iOS 13 at that time.
Apple has started working on its own cellular modem for its future devices. The move will allow Apple to reduce its reliance on Qualcomm for modem inside iPhones and other products.