Category Archives: IPhone & IPad

[Update: October 2019] The best iPhone, iPad, and MacBook trade deals: Get max cash for old devices

Apple’s fall event is now behind us, and most of the other biggest phone launches have happened at this point. Amidst new iPhones, MacBooks, iPads, and Apple Watches (not to mention non-Apple devices!), what are you to do with all your old gear? Recycle it of course! And while you’re at it, why not get some cash for those… Read More »

The ‘Checkm8’ exploit isn’t a big deal to iPhone or iPad users, and here’s why

On Friday morning, news —and bad headlines —started circulating about an exploit ranging from the iPhone X all the way back to the iPhone 4s. But, despite the typical mass-media responses to the news, the exploit will have effectively zero impact on the consumer. Here’s why. Apple’s iPhone 5c, the last without a Secure Enclave On Friday morning,… Read More »

Warnings Issued For Millions Of iOS 13 iPhone Upgraders

Today Apple released iOS 13 for hundreds of millions of iPhone owners, and the hope was the company would keep up its exceptional track record of rock-solid updates. Unfortunately, nothing could be further from the truth. So be warned. Apple iOS 13 APPLE The rough ride for iOS 13 began earlier this week when the first reviews of the new iPhone 11 / iPhone 11 Pro range dropped.… Read More »

Hands on: New iPad (2019) review

EARLY VERDICT The new iPad for 2019 was something of a surprise – we weren’t expecting Apple to refresh its entry-level tablet, but what we’ve got is something that delivers better performance and a more attractive screen at a strong price point. FOR Larger screen, smaller bezels Smart connector AGAINST Lacks FaceID Accessories are expensive Apple iPad 10.2… Read More »

Voice Control hands-on: Deep OS navigation for iPads, iPhones, and Macs

When Apple debuted Siri with 2011’s iPhone 4S, it effectively stopped work on a useful but more limited feature that had arrived with the iPhone 3GS only two years earlier: Voice Control, a speech recognition system that enabled users to make phone calls and play songs by just saying them to early iPhones — even without internet connectivity. Apple barely said… Read More »

New iPhone Exclusive Details Apple’s Shocking Design

We may now understand why Apple is making a genuinely shocking design change with the iPhone 11 and photography fans will be happy. But for many users, the result is an aesthetic nightmare and now new leaks reveal Apple’s controversial decision looks set in steel… Leaked iPhone 11 molds for third-party cases – back SLASHLEAKS Increasingly influential insider site Slashleaks has attained iPhone 11 and… Read More »

Apple Leak Details Surprisingly Small New iPhone

Apple iPhone SE2 concept CONCEPT CREATOR A new report from DigiTimes has given us a first look at Apple’s 2020 plans and the site claims it will be a year which sees the introduction of a new and much smaller iPhone which sounds suspiciously like the iPhone SE2. DigiTimes states the model in question will be 5.42-inches – significantly smaller… Read More »

New iPhone Leak Reveals Apple’s Big Battery Upgrades

Apple AAPL -0.19% has already given iPhone fans two welcome upgrades in 2019. The company’s pride in its first was only matched by the fury of an enforced second but now Apple has made a third which, for many, will be the most important and surprising of all… Apple iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max batteriesIFIXIT First reported by iGeneration, and now confirmed by MacRumorsthrough leaked internal… Read More »

Update Now to Fix Group FaceTime on Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Apple just released iOS 12.1.4 and a macOS 10.14.3 patch. These updates fix the huge group FaceTime flaw that could let anyone call your iPhone, iPad, or Mac and hear audio or see video—even if you don’t accept the call. The good news is you don’t have to worry about this flaw right now. Apple says it’s permanently disabled group FaceTime on iOS… Read More »

iPhone or iPad replace LTE with 5G E? Here’s why

Here we go again… another generation of cellular technologies and another way to confuse customers in the U.S. In the latest release of iOS 12.2, Apple joined many other Android manufacturers in adding the “5G E” logo for AT&T customers. Similar to the transition to 4G LTE, where AT&T and T-Mobile misled its customers by adding a 4G logo… Read More »