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    HAS Apple built the best smartphone ever? Almost certainly. I’ve spent five days with the iPhone 14 Pro: it’s relentlessly brilliant, and has a few surprises to boot. 5The new iPhone 14 Pro Max with a Dynamic Island at the topCredit: The Sun 5The Deep Purple is surprisingly attractiveCredit: The Sun Each year Apple launches new iPhones. In 2022, we’ve got the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. I’ve been using the Pro Max model, which is enormous – and I wouldn’t have it any other way. The regular Pro is much more practical, so if you’ve got small hands, I’d stick with that. I prefer the bigger real estate for mobile gaming and watching a bit of telly on the train. Read more on iPhoneTAP TIPS You can edit and even UNSEND texts on iPhone today – but there's a BIG catchLOCKING HORNS Your iPhone Lock Screen changes forever today and Apple fans are VERY divided The Pro model has a 6.1-inch screen (just like the iPhone 14), and the Pro Max...
    Apple's nonexistent self-driving car is already being embraced by consumers as a new survey reveals that 26 percent of drivers would 'definitely consider' buying a vehicle from the iPhone maker. Consulting firm Strategic Vision surveyed 200,000 new car owners and for the first time added Apple to the more than 45 brands that consumers could share their views on.  Only Toyota and Honda ranked higher on the brand consideration question, at 38 percent and 32 percent, with Tesla taking 20 percent. In addition, when asked about quality impression, 24 percent of car owners gave Apple high marks.  Bloomberg's Mark Gurman has reported that Apple would like to have a fully autonomous electric car ready sometime in 2025 - but the road to this type of technology is littered with numerous failed or abandoned efforts.  Scroll down for video  Consulting firm Strategic Vision surveyed 200,000 new car owners and for the first time added Apple to the more than 45 brands that consumers could share their views on. Above: a concept of Apple's self-driving car Only Toyota and Honda ranked higher on...
    WHATSAPP is making a big change to video calls with custom avatars. You'll be able to make your own cartoon character – just like the Memoji on an Apple iPhone. 1There's a new 'switch to avatar' button on video calls under development – hinting at a big new featureCredit: WhatsApp / WABetaInfo These will be available as stickers to send in chats. But that's not all: you'll also be able to use them as your face during WhatsApp video calls. A similar feature already existing on iPhone using Apple's Memoji. Now the sleuths at WABetaInfo have uncovered a similar feature for WhatsApp. Read more on WhatsAppTEXT TERROR Check your WhatsApp NOW – 3 ‘most dangerous’ texts that could ruin your lifeSAVING WORDS WhatsApp hack is a must-know for ANYONE in an annoying group chat It's currently "under development" so it's not available yet. But WABetaInfo has uncovered evidence of the feature. "There will be a new option within the video call screen that lets us immediately switch to our avatar when a future update drops," said WABetaInfo. "We will be...
    THE MOST popular phone since the millennium has been revealed and many will be shocked to find out it's NOT an iPhone. Despite the Apple handset's massive success since 2007, not one of the models have been able to topple an earlier giant. 2iPhone 6 is the second most in-demand phone since 2000Credit: Getty In fact, the majority of the top five were all released in the noughties. 2014's iPhone 6/6+ saw 222.40million handsets sold, making it Apple's most successful smartphone. But that only puts it at number two. The number one has been revealed as old school favourite, the Nokia 1100. The device, which boasted Snake and a built-in flashlight, was sold a staggering 250million times between 2003 and 2009. 2The Nokia 1100 is the world's best selling phone handsetCredit: Handout According to data put together by Mobiles.co.uk, another Nokia staple also ranks high at third place. The iconic Nokia 3310 was used by 136million since 2004. Meanwhile, the Motorola Razr V3 grabbed the hearts of 130million from 2000. Apple rounds off the top five with 2013's iPhone 5C/5S,...
    Rumors about a iPhone 13 with Touch ID under the screen They have been circulating for months. Apple, however, seems to be dispensing with this feature in future models and opting to improve its face unlock technology. This is what Mark Gurman, a Bloomberg journalist, has made known through his latest weekly newsletter. Gurman emphasizes that Apple has been testing Touch ID on the screen for the iPhone 13. The Cupertino company, however, appears to have abandoned the project. The next models, to be announced in September, will arrive without fingerprint unlocking. Instead, will keep TrueDepth camera in the upper area of ​​the screen, which will accommodate the sensors necessary for Face ID. Beyond the iPhone 13, the Bloomberg journalist, who is often correct in many of his predictions, believes that Apple is focusing all its efforts on improve the technology behind Face ID. The goal is to implement the sensors below the screen. However, Gurman assures that the company will not neglect Touch ID, and that Apple’s strategy could be to alternate both technologies in different ranges. ...
    In the end Apple decided to go another way. Although many people “hate” Apple and its products, the truth is that the company with the bitten apple is one of the most popular in the world. Their products are stylish, pretty, and they work really well. They are expensive? You can depend on each one. Luckily the market is full of alternatives. And while lovers of the Cupertino firm are eagerly awaiting the new iPhone 13, we learn from The Verge that during the Steve Jobs era they worked on a new smartphone that would have been called iPhone nano and that it would have been a low cost model. Would something have changed? Apple was about to launch an iPhone nano Apple will not continue betting on mini phones It was 2010, Steve Jobs was still alive and the Apple of that time was very different from now. At that time, the company wanted a substitute for the iPhone 3GS and it was fixed for it in one of its star products: the ipod. Today we all...
    The iPhone 13 will be a bestseller. There is little left for one of the most anticipated mobile devices of 2021 to be presented. Apple’s iPhone 13 aims to repeat the success achieved by its predecessors and there is no doubt that Apple is one of the most popular firms of the moment and all this despite the fact that Xiaomi has snatched second place as the brand that sells the most terminals Worldwide. According to a recent survey by Sellcel, a popular American trading portal, there are not few users who will make the leap to the new Apple terminal. However, there are also quite a few suspicious users for somewhat curious reasons. Of which there is no doubt, that the iPhone 13 will give a lot to talk about in the coming months. Almost half of iPhone users will make the jump to the new iPhone There are few users who will update to the new iPhone 44% of Apple users surveyed will make the leap to the new iPhone 13Figures that honestly are not bad...
    Now the photos taken with your brand new iPhone will be almost perfect. If you are a photography lover and you have an iPhone, surely you have experienced certain photographs taken with the device’s camera where a small green or greenish-blue dot has appeared in a part of the snapshot, often not visible, but when you locate it and you can not stop seeing it. This flaw is called the “lens flare” effect, or lens flare, and they appear when we are taking a snapshot and we have a direct light source. This flash usually appears on the opposite side of the light source. Now a user on Reddit has reported that iOS 15 beta 4 capable of automatically eliminating lens flare when post-processing a photo. This means that when you take the snapshot you see the green dot in a part of the image if that were the case, but then when you check the photo in the Photos application of the iPhone, it is no longer there. It’s not about your imagination rather the image processing algorithms of...
    An NBA coach stars in an unfortunate story. We all know that the United States is Apple territory. Here the devices of the bitten apple rule (especially the iPhone) to the point that if someone does not carry a smartphone from Cupertino, can be considered a freak. Identifying an Android owner in the United States is really easy. You just have to talk to him through iMessage and observe the color of his message. If the color is green that means you have an Android phone. This of course should not be a problem for most of the people, not in vain everyone uses the phone that they want. But we are talking about the United States and here the loyalty for Apple is so high that even an NBA coach punished one of his players for not having an iPhone. And no, this is not a joke. Punished for not having an iPhone Having an Android in the United States can be dangerous Leaving the sect of Apple is really complicated, their products are really incredible and...
    In this article AAPLApple WWDC21Source: AppleApple's new iPhone software, called iOS 15, will be available this fall with lots of new features. But one of the ones I've enjoyed most while toying around with the developer beta is called "Focus." It lets you block out all the noise -- any notifications from apps and messages you don't care about -- during certain times. Then you can catch up on all those notifications later. It means I can feed my son, hang out with my family, watch a movie or read a book without seeing any new notifications on my phone. Right now, even in the Do Not Disturb mode that currently exists, I might still pick up my phone and see that I've received new messages, Slack alerts, news alerts and more -- even if it isn't dinging me every time. But Focus is way more extensive and customizable than Do Not Disturb. It gives you total control over what apps and people are able to reach you. And it's just a tap away. On iPhones with Face ID, you...
    APPLE is constantly improving its iPhone cameras and a lot of them can capture professional looking images. We've rounded up some of the best iPhone photography tips including how you should be holding your phone to avoid a blurred image and how to get the best out of Portrait Mode. 2Try these tips to make the most out of your iPhone cameraCredit: Alamy How to hold your phone to avoid blurred photos It can be hard to hold your iPhone still at the best of times but it becomes even trickier if a friend is expecting you to take 100 shots of them. This is mainly a problem in low light settings when your iPhone may need a bit longer to capture a longer exposure image. Newer iPhones have stabilisation built in to try and stop this problem but you can also try out a certain stance and see if it helps. Hold your phone in both hands and tuck your elbows into your body to create a stabilising effect before you gently tap the camera button. 2Try holding your...
    During the last months we’ve been talking about some of the new functions that are coming little by little to Apple Maps, how to warn of a danger on the road, the Look Around function and how to add a stop on your route. Apple Maps are very useful Google maps It has also been updated and added functions in Apple devices such as Apple Watch or CarPlay. Now MacRumors have been able to see how the beta versions for iOS 14.5 Y iPadOS 14.5 would include a updated section from the privacy menu where all the data that Apple collects when we are on the move is detailed. This beta gives us a hint of what we could find » Routing and Traffic: While in transit (for example, walking or driving), your iPhone will periodically send GPS data, travel speed, and barometric pressure information to Apple anonymously and encrypted, to be used to increase road traffic from masses and atmospheric correction databases. Also, when you open an application near a point of interest (for example, a business or a...
    With the passage of time we have seen how the arrival of more cameras to iPhones, and to smartphones in general, became increasingly popular. The iPhone 7 Plus was the first Apple device with two cameras, and the one that was responsible for popularizing this configuration with a main sensor and another telephoto lens. But now we already have 3 sensors, and each one has its function. The three cameras of the iPhone 12 Pro The more advanced iPhone models have a configuration with three rear cameras but, What is the use of having three cameras on the iPhone? Well, for many things, especially if you like photography and want to surprise your acquaintances with spectacular photos taken with your iPhone. What is the function of the three cameras of the iPhone? Do the 3 rear cameras of the iPhone work at the same time? What is the use of having three cameras in a device like the iPhone and for what type of photography is each sensor recommended? There are many questions about the triple camera system of the...
    Games are a very important part of the App Store and devices such as the iPhone or iPad are true portable consoles. There are numerous amazing games for iOS and we have made a list of them best iPhone games you can download in 2021. The iPhone 12 in hand In this list you will find well-known games and games that have recently arrived on the App Store. They are the best that you can download on your iPhone or iPad right now. Besides, the vast majority of these games are free and many of them exclusive to the iPhone and iPad. The best games for iOS We have analyzed the App Store and here you go the best games for iPhone you will find, some of them are several years old, and others are relatively new. Alto’s Odyssey A game with a careful design in which we will have to slide through different scenarios jumping with our board and collecting objects. A truly beautiful and exciting endless sandboarding trip. Among us One of the surprises of recent times. A...
    Federal judge allows 21 businesses to sue Seattle over harms caused by CHOP This Grocery Store Has the Best Customer Service Apple touted 5G as one of the biggest features in its new iPhone 12 lineup. But heres why 5G shouldnt be the only reason you upgrade. © Apple Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the 5G iPhone 12 earlier this week. Apple Apple's iPhone 12 lineup marks the company's first smartphones to come with 5G. While it's an important step for the iPhone, 5G support alone isn't enough of a reason to upgrade. The fastest 5G networks operate at a short range and are only found in very limited areas around the US. But bringing 5G to the iPhone 12 ensures that the phone will remain relevant in the future as 5G networks develop over the coming years. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. When Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage on Tuesday to unveil the iPhone 12 — which just went up for pre-order on Friday — the first upgrade he highlighted was its...
    Sony wants to get hold of him technological throne of 2021 And it has put all the meat on the grill with the Playstation 5. The Japanese technology company intends that the flagship of its brand manages to unseat all those products that have been revalued since seven years ago it launched the last update of its console (PS4) . To do this, he has put on his overalls and has already won the first battle, ahead of Manzana, which has postponed the presentation of the new iPhone 12. With the PS5, the company will start a new generation of game consoles. Experts expect a good reception from the market, causing their shares shoot up to 20% more from its current market value, as CNBC noted more than a month ago. This Friday, the company’s shares closed at $ 79. Analysts have been very optimistic about the showcase of the new Play. In his opinion, the company could increase its earnings per share (EPS) up to 90.35 dollars (75.96 euros), which translates into an increase...
    President Donald Trump shared a fake video of Joe Biden playing the hit N.W.A. song “Fuck the Police” on his iPhone, a video which has earned a “Manipulated Media” warning from Twitter. On Wednesday, Trump tweeted “What is this all about?” as the caption to a video that features the former VP pressing “play” on his iPhone, then briefly grooving to the lyrical stylings of Ice Cube as he holds forth from “the underground,” and expresses skepticism about law enforcement officers. What is this all about? https://t.co/AAmBGgHhyR — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 16, 2020 But the clip is actually a fake, as it was taken from a Biden event at which no one was mixed and cooked in a pot like gumbo. The real video was taken at a Hispanic Heritage Month that featured, among its guests, Luis Fonsi — “a Puerto Rican-American singer, songwriter, and actor. He is known for multiple songs, including ‘Despacito’ featuring Puerto Rican rapper Daddy Yankee,” according to the event’s press release. And so it was that Mr. Biden paid tribute to...
    computer. This has been demonstrated by the gigantic advances in the market for mobile games of recent years, with titles such as Hearthstone, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds: Mobile or Fortnite. But it is also reflected in the best gaming phones available in this guide. “Data-reactid =” 12 “> The cell phone is no longer a humble gadget for digital entertainment and is now as good as a console or a computer. demonstrated the gigantic advances in the mobile gaming market in recent years, with titles such as Hearthstone, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds: Mobile or Fortnite, but also reflected by the best gaming phones available in this guide. smartphone, but the gamers More staunch ones stop at even more specifics, like the screen refresh rate. In addition, with the growth of streaming videogames, with which you can continue your game anywhere, having one of the best gaming phones will be a necessity for you. These are our recommendations. “Data-reactid =” 13 “> A powerful processor, a powerful camera or an attractive design are elements that most consider when choosing a smartphone, but the most die-hard...
    As one of the main references of streaming entertainment services, Netflix is ​​constantly updated to offer improvements to its users. In this sense, the next great novelty is aimed at improving the accessibility and responds to one of the most desired requests, by users and developers. As announced by the company, a feature that will allow users to control the playback speed of TV shows and movies, It has been developing for a while and since this week it will spread widely, first among Android users and later to iOS users. This is the next novelty on Netflix Netflix has confirmed that playback speed controls are coming to the platform, allowing Netflix viewers to adjust content at 0.5x, 0.75x, 1.25x and 1.5x speeds. These controls will not remain active between sessions, but will need to be activated manually each time a new TV show or movie is played. According to the company: “We have also taken into account the concerns of some creators. That is why we have limited the range of playback speeds and require members to vary the...
    Every day we get a little closer to the launch of the iPhone 12, and among so many rumors and some leaks We can already begin to imagine it. Some concepts and new information tell us a bit about what will become of this mobile, but a couple of days ago a new image came out that shows what the battery of one of the best models could be. A new battery appears MySmartPrice has revealed the image of a new battery model with serial number A2479 and that appeared on the 3C and Safety Korea certification platforms. The A2479 battery would be destined to be one of the components for some of the next iPhone models that Apple would be presenting before the end of 2020. This new battery has a capacity of 2815 mAh, which is why would not exceed that of the iPhone 11 Pro with 3,046 mAh It has the best duration in the history of the iPhone, as its charge lasts up to 5 hours extra than that of the iPhone XS Max. Lower battery...
    In the past two decades, Apple’s popularity has grown exponentially to become one of the world’s most recognized technology companies. But as your popularity grows, your problems also increase. In case you have any minor failure, the noise generated will be much higher than normalAnd that was exactly what happened 10 years ago. In 2010 Apple was in full growth and after the launch of the iPad and iPhone 4, it had a multi-year advantage over any other competitor. His brand-new iPhone 4, with the incredible Retina display, went on sale on June 24, however. after a few weeks many users discovered a huge device error: If you took the iPhone with your left hand on both sides, the coverage dropped dramatically, the ‘Antennagate’ was born. You’re holding your iPhone wrong Apple unveiled the iPhone 4 on June 7, 2010 at the developer conference, it would be the last iPhone to be unveiled before summer. It went on sale several weeks later, on June 24, and the company broke all records by selling 1.7 million devices in just 3 days....
    Source: EverythingApplePro In just a couple of months, we should have a chance to meet the next generation of iPhones. Yes, it seems incredible that we are already so close again, but the time is passing very quickly, and everything is already being prepared so that it is ready on the day of its presentation, which should be in September, October at the latest. Apple is developing a catalog that well could be one of the most desired so far, with the most interesting news. But if there is a model that has caught everyone’s attention, that is the iPhone 12 Pro. If last year we already had the opportunity to meet the first phones that would be part of this new Pro range, now we may see an even more phone worthy of the name. If all the rumors are true, we would be before a phone with a renewed design, an OLED screen with ProMotion technology, a LiDAR sensor, among other changes … and as usual, we are dying to have it in our hands. Thus, the community...
    The App Library organizes all of your apps for you.Todd Haselton | CNBC Apple's new iPhone software has a new feature that will finally help you organize your home screen. Right now, if you're like me, you might have dozens and dozens of apps in various folders across several pages. But, a new feature in iOS 14, which is available to try now and officially launches this fall, cleans everything up. The feature is called App Library, and it's awesome. It automatically organizes all of your apps into different categories, like social, productivity, creativity or utilities. You can always drag down from the top of the screen for a specific app if you don't want to dig around the folders. I've been using it for a few weeks, and it has totally changed how I use my iPhone. Now, instead of having apps all over my home screen, I just use App Library and search for the ones I need when I need them. You can try it yourself if you test the iOS 14 public beta, otherwise it'll hit...
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