Earlier today, Apple officially unveiled the next major software updates for its platforms at this year's WWDC. It shouldn't surprise anyone that a large range of Apple's devices support updating to the upcoming updates. So you can find a list below of the supported devices that will be updated later this year.
With the release of iOS 14.5, Apple brought a fix for iPhone 11 users who were facing inconsistent information regarding battery health. The update will recalibrate the battery on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and the Pro Max models. Due to the issue, users faced sudden battery drains, and reduced performance, despite nothing being wrong with the battery.
Photographs recently shared on Twitter show a fun little production mistake with one of the iPhone 11 Pro units exhibiting a misaligned Apple logo on the back of the device.
STORY HIGHLIGHTS:Images show an iPhone with a misaligned Apple logo. This is said to be an extremely rare misprint. It could be rarer than one in a million. Surprise, production mistakes do happen
Shared by Internal Archive on Twitter, the images show a single iPhone 11 Pro unit with an Apple logo on the back of the device at an angle rather than being centered. That's not the only production mistake because the logo is also too close to the right edge of the device.
This imprint is said to be extremely rare, the poster notes.
“I'd say one in a million or possibly even rarer,” they wrote. That's certainly a curious error to occur during production. When manufacturing issues with Apple gadgets do happen, they usually affect a certain batch of units made between very specific dates, not a single unit.
The original owner who bought the phone at an Apple Store was smart enough to keep it because the one-off mistake didn't stop someone from purchasing the unit for $2,700.
Earlier today, Apple seeded the sixth beta of iOS 14.5 to developers. Now that the pre-release software is out there in the wild, new discoveries are being made. Including a new tool Apple will include with the latest update.
If you're in the market for a new phone, but don't necessarily want Apple's newest options, how about an iPhone 11 model? And you can save some money by going refurbished, too.
Apple has relied on its manufacturing prowess in China to meet the extraordinary demand for its products for years now. But, times change, circumstances change, and now Apple appears to be trying to venture out of the region.
Apple is still working on the next update for its major platforms, and today the company seeded the latest beta towards that goal.
According to a bill of materials analysis conducted by research firm Counterpoint, Apple's latest iPhone 12 costs the company 21 percent more than an equivalent iPhone 11, or nearly a one-fifth difference in terms of components cost between this and last year's models.
Has your iPhone 11 display stopped responding to touch? This is a known issue affecting a small percentage of iPhone 11 displays and the good news is, Apple will now provide a display replacement service to all affected customers globally at no charge.
If you want to charge your iPhone 12 full speed via Apple's new MagSafe wireless charger, you'll need to run out and buy the company's new 20-watt USB-C charger because higher-wattage Apple chargers and third-party options currently don’t perform quite well.
One of the new elements of the iPhone 12 lineup is Ceramic Shield, a cover glass that's meant to make the display itself more durable.
While the iPhone 12 (and the whole iPhone 12 lineup) looks similar to some older iPhone models, and the new iPad Pro, it's technically an all new design. And now the first teardown of the handset reveals how it came together.