Category Archives: IPhone & IPad

Apple iPhone and iPad sales drop

Apple: it launched an ad called “Sticker fight” for the iPhone 7 in March The tech giant sold 50.8 million iPhones making $33.2bn (£25.7bn) in revenue. The number of devices sold dropped 1% year on year from 51.2 million. However, revenue from iPhone sales was up 1% from $32.9bn. IPad sales dropped 13% year on year in the… Read More »

Uber to Make Passenger Ratings More Visible on iPhone and iPad

Uber today announced that passenger ratings will be displayed more prominently within its iPhone and iPad app. Now, a rider’s rating will be displayed right under their name in the app’s menu that slides out from the left. Previously, riders had to visit an unadvertised Uber support documentand sign into their account to view their score, likely resulting… Read More »

How to reset an iPhone or iPad

Whether you’re selling your iPhone or taking it for repair you should reset it to delete your accounts – including your Apple ID, Facebook, ebay, email and other accounts – and remove all your content including apps, photos and music. Here’s how to reset an iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to factory settings. See also: How to set… Read More »

Apple to replace home button with ‘function area’ on iPhone 8

Apple is closer than ever to the no-home-button phone. Latest reports suggest we should expect three devices in 2017, including an OLED screen-packing iPhone 8 with no physical buttons on the front. It will sport a 5.8” OLED with 5.15” display area, while the other part is going to be reserved for ‘function area’, the report suggests. According… Read More »

LG G6 Ditches Removable Battery for Water-Resistant Body; Likely to Come With Google Assistant: Report

After LG’s dismal quarterly results where it reported worst mobile performance, the South Korean company has its eyes set on the G6 flagship. A new report claims that LG G6 flagship will be the only other non-Pixel smartphone to feature Google Assistant out-of-the-box. Recent reports have dropped hints that the company may opt for metal design which will… Read More »

iPhone 8 to have stainless steel frame for its glass sandwich design

It’s long been rumored that the iPhone 8 coming this year will not have a metal unibody construction anymore, instead opting to sport a glass back like Samsung’s recent flagships. It’s also been pretty well established that the phone will have a metal frame in between the glass on the front and that on the rear, thus employing… Read More »

Apple Rumored to be Working on a Crazy iPhone Design Change We Thought We’d Never See

Apple this year will launch two new iPhone models, including the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, which should be generally similar to its predecessors when it comes to overall design. But a new report says that Apple is already working on technology that might help it pull off the most radical redesign of the iPhone yet with the… Read More »

iPhone 6 SE box photographed, raises eyebrows

Did you hear the joke that iPhone 7 has so few new features that it’s really an iPhone 6 SE? Well, get ready not to laugh because there’s photographic evidence that this may be an actual model name. The pics reportedly come from China and show no obvious signs of Photoshopping (which doesn’t preclude skilled Photoshopping). Most specs… Read More »

Another set of photos surface with only a pair of iPhone 7 models

September is almost here and the excitement about Apple’s new iPhone refresh is growing with each passing minute. Yet, despite the close release, we still can’t quite put our finger on some major specifics about the iPhone 7 family, primarily how many models it will feature and how they will differ. Unlike past years, the problem this time… Read More »

Apple’s iPhone web share shrinks, MacBook sales grow

Two reports concerning Apple market success are out today giving us some detailed overview of the company’s device popularity. The first one is courtesy of Device Atlas and explores website visits from different devices in Q2 2016. As it turns out Apple’s iPhone has lost traffic share in 18 out of 20 countries surveyed. The two unaffected markets… Read More »