Apple devices are reassuringly expensive. This is a widely held customer belief that Apple banks on, and the (fast approaching) iPhone 11 will put this to the test. But shocking privacy revelations recently challenged that idea, and now an even bigger scandal may leave the company’s 1.4 billion iPhone and iPad users feeling it is rotten to the core.
This hack covers up to eight years of iOS devices which starts from the 2011 iPhone 4S. Apple has had a horrendous last few days. At the recent Black Hat convention, security researchers managed to hack Apple’s Face ID system and later on, it was discovered that Apple was activating a secret software inside its
iPhone designs don’t change very often, but when they do it is the talk of the technology world. And now new information reveals Apple’s next iPhones will make a polarising change and why. iPhone 11 render showing the massive new triple rear camera, based on multiple leaks EVERYTHINGAPPLEPRO Picked up by MacRumors, a new report from
Apple’s 2019 iPhones will have fancy new camera capabilities and wireless charging that lets you juice up other gadgets, according to a report published Monday from Macotakara, a trusted Apple blog. Macotakara said Apple will continue to sell two iPhones with high-end OLED screens, but it will increase the size of its smallest iPhone — currently
Apple’s new year isn’t off to a great start. Instead of celebrating another stellar quarter, Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote a lengthy letter to investors warning about subpar iPhone sales and an overall dip in revenue to the tune of about $6 billion. That mean Apple is only going to make around $84 billion in revenue