Because Apple won’t publicly acknowledge the fact that the touchscreens of thousands of iPhone 6 Plus devices are spontaneously breaking due to a known engineering flaw, customers have been left in the dark. After publishing our second article about the ... ( read original story ...)
Apple claims that the larger battery in the iPhone 7 Plus, coupled with its power efficient A10 Fusion processor, gives its new phone an extra hour of life over its predecessor, the iPhone 6S Plus. We decided to put that claim to the test, and chucked in ... ( read original story ...)
If you print this Thing and display it in public proudly give attribution by printing and displaying this tag. This is for the iPhone 6 standard. I know the leaf looks funny but you will never know the pain and effort I put into this model to get that hole ... ( read original story ...
... owners of the new iPhone model are reportedly seeing more yellowish and dimmer screens than previous models such as iPhone 6s, 6 and 5s. There have been long discussion threads on the Apple support forum and other forums where many have reported the issue. ( read original story ...)
Is it any wonder that this year’s iterative update to the iPhone 6 design has failed to capture the acclaim of the geekerati and is projected to sell less units in 2016 that the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S plus some twelve months ago? Looking at the iPhone 7 ... ( read original story ...)
Whenever new iPhones are released, some Android fans choose to jump ship and try Apple on for size. The iPhone 6 cycle perhaps saw the most defectors join Apple’s camp in recent history, but the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus could end up drawing even more ... ( read original story ...)
Earlier this month, I reported that the touchscreens of thousands upon thousands of iPhone 6 Plus devices are failing due to an engineering flaw. And while Apple the company has yet to publicly acknowledge that these phones are breaking under normal use ... ( read original story ...)
The iPhone 6’s so-called ‘touch disease‘ is a well-known issue within Apple — the company simply doesn’t want to discuss it. That’s according to Apple store employees, who claim that they’ve been informed by both their own supervisors and the ... ( read original story ...)