The release of the iPhone 7 this month has been the biggest day in the calendar for Apple fans so far this year – but the new model hasn't been the only handset to emerge from the tech giant in 2016. Apple unveiled the iPhone SE in March. It's a small ... ( read original ...
It’s no surprise that Apple’s iPhones are highly in demand, but not everybody can afford the tech giant’s newly released iPhone 7. The next best thing for many phone shoppers would be the older iterations, all of which cheaper than the 2016 model. ( read original story ...)
The iPhone 7 has only recently been announced, but all we seem to be hearing are rumours about the iPhone 8. We think Apple might well be holding back some major updates and improvements for the iPhone 8, which will be launched on the 10th anniverary of ... ( read original story ...)
With new iPhones being released each year, I’m used to being tempted by the latest and greatest Apple device. The iPhone 7 is no different, but it’s always a tough decision whether you should upgrade your existing device for the latest model. ( read original story ...)
Hanging over this month’s release of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus is next year’s smartphone from Cupertino. 2017 will be the tenth anniversary of the original iPhone launch and Apple is expected to create a breakthrough device with new technology ... ( read original story ...)
The Festive season is on and major ecommerce platform have all initiated their festival sales, where goods are available at surprisingly discounted prices. For all iPhone enthusiasts, the previous iPhone flagships — iPhone 6 and 6s — will be available ... ( read original story ...)
Share Tweet Post Flip It! With the iPhone 7 already in the can, Apple is making big plans for the next generation iPhone 8. The 2017 iPhone release will mark the tenth anniversary of the iconic smartphone range, and it is expected that the consumer ... ( read original story ...)
Canadian iPhone 6 users filed a class action lawsuit against Apple for doing little to address the device-debilitating “Touch Disease”. The September class action suits from Quebec and Canada signal the growing frustration of iPhone owners suffering ... ( read original story ...)