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Gaming in Your iPhone Browser: An Alternative to Apps

There’s one bone of contention with the iPhone that even the most devoted fans tend to agree with – and that’s the measly amount of storage included with cheaper models. Combine this with the fact it costs a significant amount to upgrade to more storage, and we end up with plenty of iPhone users putting up with “not enough storage” errors and constantly juggling their apps and data. When the iPhone 7 came out in 2017, Apple finally waved goodbye to the particularly stingy 16GB model across the iPhone range. However, the base 32GB model can soon fill up for many[…]

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Not anyone else but McDonald’s reveals the iPhone 8

iPhone 8 renders seen in new McDonald’s ad. In attempts to attract more interest in their products, McDonald’s latest ad shows an unofficial render of the iPhone 8. This happens in Australia, where the junk food chain promotes its mobile app, allowing users to order food from their iPhones. In the ad, the company shows a photo of a device that supposed to be the upcoming iPhone 8. It has minimal bezels at the top, with a ‘notch’ to accommodate the camera, earpiece and the facial recognition sensors. Also visible are the status bar, the volume keys and the power[…]

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iPhone 7 is the top-selling smartphone in the world

iPhone 7 and 7 Plus dominate the market. iPhone and Galaxy are the two most popular phone brands in the world in the second quarter of 2017. According to a new market research published by Strategy Analytics, Apple has sold 16.9 million iPhone 7 and 15.1 million iPhone 7 Plus units in Q2 2017.At the same time, Samsung sold 10.2 million Galaxy S8 and 9 million S8+ in the same quarter. Strategy Analytics estimates that the fifth most popular model is the Xiaomi Redmi 4A, with 5.5 million units. Overall, the market has increased 5.5% compared with the same quarter[…]

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New video reveals iPhone 8 design

Dummy iPhone 8 units have been reviewed in video. Images, renders and video leaks of the upcoming iPhone 2017 lineup have been on the Internet for months now, but this is the first time we see a video review. Despite it shows dummy units, the video below reveals everything about the design of iPhone 8, confirming its edge-to-edge display and the interesting approach at the top. Although they are not real smartphones, but dummy copies instead, we can learn that the design includes stainless steel frame and very thin bezels. As expected, the Home button has been removed, in favor[…]

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Three new iPhones in 2017, each one in three colors?

Apple will release three new models in September. Another day, another news about the upcoming iPhones. The notable investor famous with his predictions about Apple for many years, Ming Chi Kuo, has released yet another note with details about the iPhones. The two models, successors to the current 7 and 7 Plus, are widely believed to be called iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, while the name of the third new iPhone remains a mystery. It won’t be surprising if’s called iPhone 8, but iPhone X as a name (X for 10th Anniversary) could also be on the table. But let’s[…]

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iPhone SE (2018 Edition) is real?

Apple to release an upgraded iPhone SE in early 2018. A month ago, we reported a wild rumor about Apple planning a second-generation of its 4-inch iPhone SE. According to a new report from Focus Taiwan, Wistron, the company selected to produce the next-generation small iPhone, will expand its production base in India. Wistron will start manufacturing the 4-inch iPhone SE 2018 Edition in late 2018, but the phone itself will not launch before the end of this year. As far as the possible specs of iPhone SE 2, the device will remain a 4-inch model, although its specs will be[…]

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The next iPhone to include facial recognition working when the device is flat on a table

New evidence of Apple ditching TouchID in favor of facial recognition. Apple is working on an advanced facial recognition system for its 10th anniversary iPhone in 2017. The device, that may be called iPhone 8 or iPhone X, will include special accessibility options allowing the user to unlock the device when it’s lying on the table. The current facial / iris recognition systems all require you to hold the device in front of your face/eyes in order to unlock it. New evidence found in the HomePod firmware confirm that Apple is indeed replacing TouchID with facial recognition for iPhone 8.[…]

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Rumor: updated version of the iPhone SE arriving in August

Possible hardware refresh of the 5-inch SE model. The market of small but premium smartphones still exists and can’t be neglected. Apple, the company that ultimately also followed the trends and started releasing bigger than 4-inch models, now has a 4.7 and a 5.5 inch model in its line-up, but also a refreshed version of the iPhone 5s. The model named iPhone SE was announced in 2016, offering a powerful processor and camera in a compact size. The question is whether or not the 4-inch iPhone SE will have a successor. According to a recent report, Apple will announce an[…]

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Advanced 3D features expected in iPhone 8

New evidence hints at 3D sensing in next iPhone. Sources close to Apple’s supply chain have revealed that the next high-end iPhone, the rumored iPhone 8 or iPhone X, is likely to offer some advanced 3D sensing technology that would allow users run AR apps on their phones. The report is based on the camera component supplier – Largan Precision. They have confirmed that Apple ordered lenses with 3D sensing modules, possibly for the late 2017 model – the top-end iPhone 8. The phone would be using VCSEL lasers to unleash augmented reality (AR) experiences with new type of AR[…]

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iPhone 8 production reportedly began, new renders leaked

The production of components for the three new iPhones has begun. It’s certain that Apple will release three new models in Fall 2017. Two of the iPhones will include LCD display panels, measuring at 4.7 and 5.5 inches across the diagonals, while the top-end iPhone will have OLED and a 5.8-inch display. This information has been confirmed by various sources, so we can consider the 2017 lineup as almost official. But some new reports reveal more interesting details about iPhone 2017. For example, a report at DigiTimes talks about 4.7 and 5.5-inch devices with improved glass chassis and aluminum frames,[…]

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