The iPhone 12 is a helpful tool to plenty out there in the world, and now it's going to help thousands of Delta Air Lines flight attendants, too.
Last year, Apple introduced the iPhone 12 lineup. At the same time, the company also confirmed the handsets would feature 5G connectivity for faster cellular service. They did that alongside Verizon, with the carrier touting its network coverage and speeds. What they did not do, though, is tell folks that keeping 5G on would noticeably impact battery life on your new phone.
Apple has begun highlighting the various promotional trade-in deals for the latest iPhone from major United States carriers in a new webpage on its website and banner.
When Apple TV+ launched in 2019, Apple was gracious enough to include a year's worth of free service for eligible customers. And then the company decided to extend that trial not just once, but twice, and that may ultimately be a problem for the company moving forward.
3G hasn't been the standard network option for years now, and Verizon itself hasn't been activating 3G phones for quite some time. But that doesn't mean the company is ready to shut down its 3G network just yet.
Earlier today, Apple announced the brand new iPhone 12 mini and iPhone 12. We've put together a quick rundown of what to expect, hardware wise, with the two new handsets.
Like the other major wireless networks in the United States, 5G is the next major milestone that needs to be reached, and as quickly as possible. AT&T has now reached the big one: nationwide coverage.
WarnerMedia's upcoming premium video streaming service, HBO Max, launches on May 27. And now we know that Apple's device will support the service at launch.
2020 appears to be a time for change for CEOs, and now it's AT&T's turn to make some waves as its current chief executive is on the way out.
Back in October of last year, WarnerMedia and AT&T confirmed that its newest streaming service, the highly-anticipated HBO Max, would launch sometime in May of 2020. And now we know when, exactly, subscribers can start watching content.
It has been a long time coming, with a lot of starts and stops, but it's finally happened: T-Mobile and Sprint have completed their planned merger.
The ongoing story of the major wireless carriers in the United States sharing user location data has one more chapter: potential major fines.