Your iPhone is on the iOS 16 device compatibility list, but some features won't work nonetheless? The following nine new features in iOS 16 require at least iPhone XS.
As Apple announces their annual update to the iPhone lineup, I return to my iPhone 8. You know, it was a good year. iPhone 8 has an incredible Touch ID "button" and several other key features of the day. And while I’d love to use my iPhone 13 Pro Max all year until the newest flagship lands in my mailbox, I just can’t afford it.
Just a couple of days ago, we told you all about a then upcoming jailbreak tweak dubbed Checkl0ck by iOS developer FoxfortMobile intended to enable biometric authentication on A11 chip-equipped handsets that had been jailbroken with checkra1n.
If you’re using checkra1n to jailbreak an A11-equipped handset with iOS or iPadOS 14, then you can’t have a native passcode or use biometric authentication methods like Face ID or Touch ID.
If you find yourself in a situation where your iPhone needs a repair, Apple is more than willing to help with that. Whether that means by forking over money up front, or handling the repair via AppleCare+. And while that's all well and good, sometimes the repair process can take some time. Which means you might need a loaner phone until the process is complete.
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.
Although Apple's official release notes for the iOS 14.2 software make no mention of any significant FaceTime improvements, Brazilian blog MacMagazine has managed to discover that the update enables support for FaceTime video calling in crisp 1080p resolution (1,920-by-1,080 pixels) over Wi-Fi on all iPhone models from the iPhone 8 onward.
It's probably just a coincidence, but screen protectors for an unannounced iPhone are now available to buy ahead of an Apple event.
The new iPhone SE has landed on store shelves today, and you'd be forgiven for easily mistaking it for the iPhone 8 because the two devices share virtually indistinguishable chassis. On the inside, they're nearly identical as well, sharing the same display and many other internal components. While we await until wizards over at iFixit report findings of their teardown analysis of the new iPhone SE, one Apple fan has now posted an interesting teardown video which compares the insides of the new iPhone SE with the iPhone 8, which launched in 2017.
If you're in the market for a new case for your iPhone, and want to lean more towards an eco-friendly option, LifeProof has just launched a new lineup for your consideration.
Apple announced the 2020 iPhone SE, and, with it, discontinued the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. So, let's compare Apple's newest iPhone with the older model, and let's toss in the iPhone 11 Pro in there for good measure.
We've been hearing about a new "iPhone SE 2" or "iPhone 9" for quite some time already, and now at least one analyst believes we could see the handset debut sometime in mid-April.