Anytime we’ve mentioned the iOS 8 update it’s been bad news, and yesterday we told you about a silver lining of sorts in the form of iOS 8.1. A curious developer has done a bit of digging with the code, and it’s been confirmed that there will be Touch ID support for the iPad.
It’s been all Apple, all the time for the past few weeks with the whole Bendgate saga and a bevy of iOS 8 issues. Apple is working hard on getting things straightened out, but it appears as if they’re working on something else as well with iOS 8.1, 8.2 and 8.3.
A couple of days ago we told you about #Bendgate, the big thing that’s been trending on twitter over the past few days. Joking aside, it looks like Consumer Reports took notice, and they’ve put the iPhone 6 Plus along with several other devices to the Bendgate test.
WiFi calling is a feature that’s getting more popular by the day, but it can be a little tricky to get going as it varies from one carrier to the next. It also doesn’t help that there are several dozen smartphones with the feature. That said, if you’re looking to enable T-Mobile WiFi calling on the iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, 6S, and 5C, we’ve got just the thing for you.
Bendgate was just one bit of bad news Apple has been dealing with this week. Unless you’re living under a rock, you’ve probably heard about the iOS 8 issues – there are many. Apple unleashed the iOS 8.0.1 update for a quick fix, but it seem to have caused more harm than good for some devices while other phones like the iPhone 4s are still struggling with the initial release Now we’re up to iOS 8.02 which does fix some of the issues including the iPhone 4s problems.
Looks like the keyword (and major selling point) for Apple in 2014 will likely be “bigger”. Apple is already using the words “bigger than bigger” to promote its bigger smartphones just launched on September 9. And, since we’re talking about those, this year the Cupertino-based company has decided to follow the market trends, instead of…
You may have seen a few of the countless iPhone 6 “testing” videos that show the device being put through the wringer. One of the new iPhone issues being reporting around the net has to do with iPhone 6 bending problem, and now LG is taking a jab at the company in what’s being referred to as the iPhone 6 bendgate.
As with any new OS rollout, there are bound to be problems. The iOS 8 update is no exception, and a number of users are reporting various issues with iOS 8 multitasking gestures. The net has been buzzing with users looking for a quick fix as there seems to be a lot of iOS 8 gesture issues in apps at the moment.
They have only been available for a short period of time, but the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are putting up big numbers. Stock is supposedly getting low on the iPhone 6 Plus in some areas, and there’s been a huge rush on iPhone 6 accessories as well. If you want to ensure your iPhone 6 accessories are legit, the best place to get them is at Apple, and we’re going to take a look at a few of the essentials you’ll want to snag before they go out of stock.
Apple has always been a company that tried to make its numbers, regardless of what figures we’re talking about, public; some analysts and competitors consider this bragging, other appreciate the transparency. Regardless which side you’re on, that what the Cupertino-based manufacturer did in the past, does, and will probably continue to do in the future….
Now that both models of the iPhone 6, the smaller, 4.7-inch, and the bigger, 5.5-inch version, are getting into their owners’ hands, and the media, we’re seeing more and more reports (and even some early reviews) concerning everything iPhone. However, it is just normal for studies and reports to surface regarding the actual durability of…