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Apple’s iOS 12 Lets You Add More Than One Face to Your iPhone X

Apple’s new version of its mobile operating system, iOS 12, is in the hands of developers now (including myself) and is being searched through for new features that Apple didn’t talk about on stage yesterday at WWDC. One of those features involves the iPhone X which has gained support for Continue Reading

Google Updates YouTube with HDR Playback for iPhone

Google has released an update to YouTube that adds HDR video playback to the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and X. Previously, the feature made its way to those with a Samsung Galaxy S8, S8 Plus, Note 8, LG V30, Google Pixel, or the Sony Xperia smartphone. Now, those on the iOS Continue Reading

Google Might Be Testing iPhone X-Style Gestures in Android P

There’s a ton we don’t know about in Android P. We’ve only gotten one developer preview that’s as vague as they come. However, more clues are beginning to swirl around the World Wide Web as to what changes we can expect to see in the next version of Google’s mobile Continue Reading

Sketchy Rumor Claims Apple Will Introduce PRODUCT(RED) iPhone X

Apple’s introduced numerous PRODUCT(RED) accessories and devices in the past, and now, a new rumor suggests they’ll continue the tradition with its flagship smartphone. According to an unverified source who spoke to OnLeaks, Apple will unveil a PRODUCT(RED) iPhone X before long. It isn’t clear if they’ll do it tomorrow Continue Reading

Apple’s Next-Gen iPhone X May Start at $899

A new prediction from RBC’s Amit Daryanani attempts to claim how much Apple’s next generation of iPhones will cost. According to RBC (via Kif Leswing and 9to5Mac), the next-gen iPhone X with a 5.8-inch OLED screen will start at $899 instead of its current $999 price. That’s because the Plus-sized variant of the Continue Reading

Apple’s iPhone 8 and X Might Not Suffer from Performance Throttling in the Future

It was recently discovered with new software updates, older iPhones begin slowing down. According to Apple, it’s to prevent unexpected shutdowns due to older batteries not being able to supply CPUs with enough power to deliver peak performance. This news didn’t sit well with consumers which ultimately led to Apple adding Continue Reading

Google Updates Gmail with Support for iPhone X and Third-Party Accounts

When the iPhone X launched, one of the major complaints I heard from users wasn’t what was wrong with the device itself, but what was wrong with the apps they use on a day-to-day basis, namely Gmail which has proven to be a nuisance. However, in the app’s latest update, Continue Reading

Apple Fixes iPhone X Cold Weather Issues with iOS 11.1.2 Release

Apple’s iPhone X was previously subject to criticism from users due to its display locking up simply because of a drop in temperatures. Apple immediately released a statement to acknowledge the odd issue and said they’d release a software update to fix things. Today, that software update has arrived in Continue Reading

Apple’s iPhone X and 8 Will Include 7.5W Wireless Charging with iOS 11.2

Apple’s upcoming iOS 11.2 update for the iPhone and iPad hasn’t entirely proven to feature very many significant changes so far, but it looks like this is changing. According to reports from MacRumors, the software upgrade, when installed on the iPhone X and 8/Plus, allows for 7.5W fast wireless charging, a Continue Reading