Apple is not a big fan of user-replaced pieces within its devices. The company has long fought against the "Right to Repair", and this latest move to do just that may irk some users out there.
Accessory maker Mophie today launched a new Juice Pack Air battery case with Qi wireless charging for Apple's latest iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR smartphones.
It has been several months since Apple launched the iPhone XR, and despite the fact new iPhones are on the way, the less expensive iPhone is still doing very well for itself.
Coming in a variety of color options, this versatile battery case from Mophie protects your iPhone while giving you extra battery power when you need it with a simple push of a button. Moreover, it leaves the Lightning port exposed so you can use your wired headphones or Lightning-based accessories while Juice Pack Access is wirelessly charging the handset.
Love it or hate it, most of Apple’s modern-day mobile devices come standard with a top-of-display notch that houses the TrueDepth camera system used by Face ID for biometric authentication and for selfie images. Now that the notch has become the norm, the best thing you can do is embrace it; but why not go a step further and expand it?
NotchControl is a new free jailbreak tweak by iOS developer PeterDev that builds upon the notch’s native aesthetics and functionality. With it, you can incorporate new controls and information displays into the notch, such as things that pertain to music, time, or weather.
Apple's Portrait mode is one of the best features of its cameras in the latest iPhone lineup, and the company is showing off the power of that feature in its latest Shot on iPhone XS video.
If you’re an iPhone X, XR, XS, or XS Max owner coming from any older iOS handset without a notch, then you’ve undoubtedly experienced a learning curve while adjusting to the differences between said devices. But what if you could make your older iOS handset more like your shiny new notched iOS handset? Seems far-fetched, right?
If you’re jailbroken, then perhaps not. With a new free jailbreak tweak called LittleXS by iOS developers Ryan Nair and binksalex, you can experience many of the notch-esque features on non-notched iOS handsets.
New renderings of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max successors due this September depict negligibly thicker devices with a redesigned circular Mute switch within a pill-shaped cutout, plus a large triple-lens camera bump integrated into the real glass and more.
According to the latest research note from reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple's iPhone lineup for 2019 will significantly boost the resolution of your selfies by upgrading the front camera on all models from the current seven-megapixel shooter to a twelve-megapixel sensor.
Apple's #ShotoniPhone campaign continued today with a new video posted to the company's official YouTube channel highlighting whale shark research with pretty cool underwater photography and features great videography work.
If you have an iPhone X, XR, XS, or XS Max, then you’re probably familiar with the gesture that lets you swipe left or right on the Home Bar at the bottom of the screen to quickly switch between recently-used applications. Given just how useful this gesture is, it’s easy to get accustomed to it, and if you wish you could do the same on your iPad… well… now you can.
Say hello to a new free jailbreak tweak called SwitcherX by iOS developer Ryan Nair. This tweak was made to port the aforementioned gesture to various types of iPads in an effort to increase your multitasking efficiency.
Hacker and unc0ver lead developer Pwn20wnd first introduced ‘partial’ A12(X) device support for the unc0ver iOS 12 jailbreak tool just under three weeks ago, but as most of the jailbreak community already knows, full support for A12(X) devices won’t be possible until Saurik first updates Cydia Substrate with compatibility for arm64e devices.
In a short spiel Monday afternoon, Pwn20wnd took to Twitter with a small status update for those still wondering about the status of the A12(X) jailbreak: