iPhone 13 Pro

iPhone 13 screen repair process called a ‘trap’ that may have huge implications for the repair industry

Apple would very much like to keep tabs on the repair process for all of its devices. For some, that's a bonus because it means that the company who makes the devices can also fix them. And there are also authorized service providers if one can't make it to a physical Apple Store. However, some see it as a way for Apple to keep an iron grip on something it doesn't want out of its control. Both are probably true.

Pangu Team purportedly jailbreaks iPhone 13 Pro remotely at TianfuCup 2021

The Pangu Team is a name you might remember if you’ve been jailbreaking iPhones and iPads since ye olde days of iOS 9. Despite not releasing a public jailbreak since then, the Pangu Team continues to be hands-on with respect to iOS-related security research.

A wonderful example of that happened just this weekend in Chengdu, China at the TianfuCup (TFC) 2021, where the Pangu Team appears to be taking home the first-place prize in the contest by successfully pwning Apple’s brand-new iPhone 13 Pro running iOS 15 via a remote jailbreak. The earnings? A juicy $330,000 cash prize.

Apple is still bundling EarPods with new iPhones in France

Considering it sells products all over the globe, Apple has to contend with local regulations and laws in order to do that successfully. Or at all. Which means, while it may institute some new rules for its business practice in one region, that might not be possible in another. Like bundling wired headphones with new iPhones.

Tests show the iPhone 13 Pro Max is capable of charging up to 27W speeds

When it comes to charging, there are a few different options to go with. You could go with the wired choice, and then you can choose either slow, standard, or fast charging. Or you can go with the wireless charging route, and yet again slow or quick. But if you choose to go with the fastest, then it might be nice to know just how fast you can go.