The iPhone 12 lineup offers four different devices to choose from. And it turns out the current generation of smartphones with Apple's logo on the back has proven pretty popular with the people. According to new research, the iPhone 12 has reached a noteworthy landmark.
Altroconsumo is an Italian consumer association focused on consumer's rights, and it's not happy with Apple. The organization has filed a lawsuit in Italy over what it's describing as "planned obsolescence".
Back in December of last year, Apple released iOS 12.5 to older iPhones and iPads. This software update brought with it exposure notifications to help track the spread of COVID-19. However, it turns out an issue cropped up for some of those devices.
The iPhone 12 mini fits the branding well, despite the fact it offers a 5.4-inch OLED display.
Apple has agreed to a preliminary ruling, which was set last Friday, related to a lawsuit against the company for throttling some iPhone models in the United States.
Apple is apparently going back to the hits, at least for design cues, when it comes to future handsets.
Last week, Apple released iOS 13. And then, earlier this week, Apple released iOS 13.1. However, while the new software is supported on a wide range of older devices, not all of Apple's aging hardware can support the new software.
It would seem that Apple has altered its market strategy in India, where its market share is less than two percent and inexpensive handsets rule the landscape, in a move that has left its cash-strapped buyers in the 1.33 billion people country out in the cold.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve likely heard about Apple’s upcoming iOS 13 for iPhone and iPod touch (iPad gets its own new operating system dubbed iPadOS), which implements native dark mode and a plethora of other jaw-dropping features that users have been requesting from Apple for quite some time. On the other hand, the oldest handsets it supports out of the box are the iPhone SE, 6s, and 6s Plus.
In a seemingly unbelievable turn of events, however, an Apple device tinkerer with the Twitter handle @NighttigerFTW has purportedly managed to get the first iOS 13 beta running on an iPhone 6 with minimal tweaking. The full details below:
Live Photos is one of iOS’ fun and quirky proprietary features that brings many of your photographs and wallpaper backgrounds to life. Unfortunately, Apple limits Live Photos functionality on many of its older handsets, such as the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, and SE, to name a few.
If you use any of the aforementioned handsets and you’re bummed about having a gimped Live Photos experience, then you might want to turn your attention to a newly-released jailbreak tweak called LivePhotoForNon3DTouch by iOS developer anima.
A new report makes unsubstantiated claims that iOS 13 won't be compatible with iOS 13 and a number of other iPhone and iPad models, but this isn't the first time we've heard the rumor.
After losing an Italian lawsuit alleging that Apple failed to properly disclose to customers that the iOS 10.2.1 update introduced performance throttling, the Cupertino company has now published a statement regarding the case on its Italian website.