Android Wear devices, as its name suggests, only works with Android devices; until now. A developer by the name of MohammadAG has successfully paired his Motorola Moto 360 with his Apple iPhone 6. The best part? The iPhone didn’t even need to be jailbroken.
A woman sits before a rack of what appears to be dozens of iPhone 5Cs all set to the Apple App Store. This image has been circulating around social media claiming to be a ranking manipulation service that allows developers to pay to boost their work into the top ten free apps.
The Typo iPhone case was meant to provide the iPhone with a physical keyboard similar to the BlackBerry experience. However, the company behind it – co-founded by American Idol host Ryan Seacrest – made it a little too similar and has been hit with a US$860,600 (about RM 3.1 million) fine after it was found […]
Apple has been discovered to have taken extra precautions to prevent leaks about the iPhone 6 from happening last year. Cupertino required accessory makers, often a source for leaks, to sign a new agreement that prevents them from seeking out information about new Apple devices. Which has also been interpreted as preventing them from reading […]
iPhone clones have always been associated with low-end specifications and sub-par software, but the Dakele 3 is markedly different. Unlike the iPhone 6, this particular clone actually has sapphire glass display that was previously promised by Apple.
A South Korean newspaper has reported that Samsung has signed a deal to provide the new generation iPhone processors. Under the agreement, the South Korean manufacturer will provide Apple with 75-percent of its needs; although there is no word on who will be supplying the rest of the processors.
The Chinese government has managed to convince Apple to turn over their source code to assuage fears of secret backdoors and spying. This brings many years of pressure from the government to an end, although the move could have also have been prompted by US whistleblower Edward Snowden’s comments about the iPhone last week.
Apple could currently be testing the next iteration of its mobile operating system. Several sources have been recording activity by browsers from iOS9, and the number of devices appears to be increasing slowly as time passes.
BlackBerry has been doing a decent job of keeping up with social media, and asking fans to keep up with the conversation about the new BlackBerry Classic on Twitter is generally something that nobody would notice. Unless the Tweet itself was sent from an iPhone, which is distinctly not something that BlackBerry makes.
Samsung is currently producing 14-nm FinFET logic chips for the upcoming Apple A9 SOC that will most likely end up used in the next generation of iPhones. Early reports had suspected that the new chips were intended for the Apple Watch, but that does not appear to be the case.
The iPhone 5c, Apple’s solution to consumers who want a cheaper alternative to the then flagship iPhone 5s, will reportedly cease production some time next year. Apple’s rumoured halt on the production of the iPhone 5c was reported by Taiwan’s Industrial and Commercial Times.
If you’re thinking of making the jump from an iPhone to the OnePlus One (or any Android smartphone), the team of OnePlus has written a very useful guide on how to transfer your information and data from the iPhone to the OnePlus One.
In the latest string of iPhone news, a Chinese programmer by the username of xyq058775 has successfully installed Windows 95 on his brand new iPhone 6 Plus. Although emulation on random devices is not really anything new, it is quite a novelty to see this OS and hardware combination being done.
Now that the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have officially landed in Malaysia, where can you get your hands on one? The three biggest local telcos are offering both new iPhones with a postpaid plan but if you would like to purchase the device alone without any contract, you can now do so […]
What is happening to Apple? Ever since the arrival of iOS 8 and the two latest iPhone models, the Cupertino has been facing a bunch of problems like “bendgate” that needs no explanations, “hairgate” whereby the phone traps and pulls hairs, a buggy iOS 8.0.1 update that crashed the phone’s cellular service and Touch ID, […]
If you’re the type that squirms at phones dropping whereby your heart shatters along with the devices, you might want to take your pillow out for this. TechRax recently put 10 iPhones through a drop test to see how Apple has (or have not) improved their device build over the years since the first ever […]
iPhone 6, Samsung Galaxy S5 and HTC One (M8) Competes Against Each Other in a Real World App Launching Speed Test
When the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were first announced, many people were saying how the new iPhones are outdated devices that packs hardware that have already been found in Android smartphones since 2012. The new iPhones are said to feature only a dual-core processor with 1GB of RAM while Android smartphones have already […]
There are still some stories worth mentioning as Bendgate continues. It appears that Apple officials in Germany have now decided to boycott a magazine for conducting a bend test and posting the video on YouTube. The video by Computer Bild shows two presentors demonstrating how easy it is to bend the iPhone 6 Plus, and has over […]
Despite selling more than 10 million units, the release of Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus is marred with a number of unfortunate issues. First, it was the #bendgate issue. Right after that, users reported that the new iOS 8.0.1 update somehow disabled their phone’s cellular service and TouchID. If you already owned one of the new iPhones and faced those very issues after […]
Does megapixel counts when it comes to cameras? Apple doesn’t seem to think so and they may be right. Photographer and the developer of Camera+ app, Lisa Bettany, has taken all eight generations of the Apple iPhone and put them to a camera test. See how the camera has evolved throughout the years and even […]