During a recent episode of our podcast, I mentioned that I had overslept that morning due to my iPhone 11 Pro turning itself off overnight. It was positioned perfectly on a wireless charger, with plenty of battery left over from the day before, and it had absolutely no water damage or any other notable hardware concerns. It simply turned itself off, and wouldn't turn back on.
As it turns out, this is just one of those things that happens sometimes to iPhone models X and newer. Luckily, after some stringent googling, I was able to work out an easy fix for it. So I thought it would be helpful if I shared that fix here on iDB in case you are ever unlucky enough to come across this weird bug.
Thursday, August 30, Apple sent out media invitations to the upcoming iPhone fall event. We are expecting to see two new handsets and a refresh 's' version of the current iPhone X. This will place Apple's handset line up sizes at 5.8", 6.1", and 6.5".
Each time a new invitation is released, the iDB wallpaper community rushes to create incredible images to celebrate the occasion. This is by far, the largest collection of event wallpapers we've ever posted. No surprise, fan favorite AR72014 is leading the charge with five different versions for iPhone. We are also excited to have options for iPad, Apple Watch, and desktop as well.
Yesterday's unexpected leak (or could it be a great PR ploy on Apple's part?) of an upcoming “iPhone XS” refresh has vividly illustrated the difference between a 5.8-inch second-generation iPhone X and the 6.5-inch form factor of a brand-new iPhone XS Plus model. The leak utilizes an unreleased wallpaper depicting what appears to be one-half of an imaginary, colorful planet (looks great on OLED screens!). The planet itself fills about a half of the display, mostly vertically to a great effect, with the pitch black void of space cunningly hiding the notch.
Apple plans on offering a live stream to next month's "Gather round" iPhone event. As with past events, the stream will be available across multiple devices and platforms.
Apple this morning invited select members of the press to its most important media event of the year where the Cupertino technology giant will be announcing a new iPhone family for 2018, likely several new Apple Watch Series 4 models and possibly other gadgets as well.
Bloomberg recently spent a great deal of time in a post rehashing what many of us already know about Apple's upcoming iPhone lineup. It also included a tiny paragraph that could best be read as the iPad mini's obituary.
Apple's upcoming 2018 iPhone lineup won't offer support for Apple Pencil, despite previous claims. The reason is the lack of a "good user experience," according to respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Apple is expected to retire the tenth anniversary iPhone X next month after the handset spent less than a year on the market. Nonetheless, the iPhone X design will live on in the release of three new Apple handsets for 2018.
With just weeks to go before Apple's expected to reveal three new iPhones for 2018, two new rumors have emerged. TrendForce suggests at least one of the new handsets could support Apple Pencil while two will offer 512GB in storage. Both would be firsts for the product line.
With probably about a month to go before the big reveal, Apple has certified all the key component suppliers for this year's iPhones. As such, these suppliers are now in the process of shipping large component qualities, including camera lenses, metal chassis, and other parts to Apple's larger manufacturers such as Foxconn, according to Economic Daily News.
If history is an indication, 2018 iPhones will be announced and go in sale in the fall.
Information found in the latest iOS 12 beta seems to support the long-running rumor that the upcoming 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus will feature a landscape mode. Inside the update, Brazil's iHelpBR found evidence that this mode would support a resolution of 1,242 by 2,688 pixels.