They've also created a case for the iPhone X that resembles the iPhone 2G and are releasing a new wireless charger for...
With the TrueDepth camera, Snapchat will also be able to blur the background and add more detail and 3D objects.
Sharp's next phone bears a striking resemblance to the iPhone X with a "top-notch" and the vertical dual camera setup.
Resetting the phone only seems to help for a short time.
The Belkin BOOST↑UP Wireless Charging Pad is a solid option for wireless charging for your iPhone and other wireless charging supported devices.
Ming-Chi reports that all three of these newer iPhone X's will have bigger batteries, but there will be some options missing from...
Those involved in the lawsuit are requesting that the Cupertino company replaces older iPhones.
Samsung has been Apple's strongest rival for years and the company isn't looking to give that distinction up anytime soon.
The Funxim fast wireless charging pad is $29USD on Kickstarter and looks very similar to Apple's AirPower design.
The iPhone X gives the impression of an old friend in somewhat new clothing.
The cheaper TFT-LCD model will also come with the notch that you either love or hate as it will implement Face ID.
Apple has confirmed that this is an issue and say a software fix is on the way.
If you're looking to dress up your new iPhone X or any iOS device, I highly recommend the paid version of Vellum.
None of the affected users claim to have dropped their phone or exposed it to any other potential problems.
Not surprisingly, the iPhone X doesn't fare well in SquareTrade's breakability test.
Samsung wants you to avoid living the #notchlife in their latest commercial.
Theoretically, Face ID shouldn't unlock the phone if you and your sibling aren't identical and are five years apart in age.
While the chance of it happening is rare, following these suggestions will hopefully help users from having issues with iPhone X burn-in.
The incident took place in broad daylight between 11:15 am and 11:30 am outside the Stonestown Galleria mall.
Apple acquired New Zealand-based wireless charging company PoweredbyProxi.
The more interesting part of this conversation is that there are actually people who are willing to pay that much more for...
We're pretty certain that Apple isn't the only major tech company that would take these measures.
"We’re working hard to get this revolutionary new product into the hands of every customer who wants one, as quickly as possible"
Hopefully, Apple will be able to roll out a software update that fixes the problem for early adopters.
Shortages of the iPhone are nothing new but it's never spilled over to the first half of the next year.
The fact that Samsung is projected to make $4 billion USD off of iPhone X sales should bring a smile to many...
The new Boost↑Up Wireless Charging Pad for the upcoming iPhones charges at up to 7.5W for compatible devices.
So it seems charging more for these pocket computers is trending, one wonders how long people will pay this much for their...