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Apple releases iOS 11.1.2 to fix iPhone X cold weather issue

Apple releases iOS 11.1.2 to fix iPhone X cold weather issue Apple has made iOS 11.1.2 available, the second minor point release it’s put out in as many weeks. This one is specifically designed to address a bug where the iPhone X could become temporarily unresponsive to touch input when moving from warm weather to dramatically colder temperatures – like venturing outside in winter in Canada, for instance. The update is also said to address an issue where Live Photos and videos captured on the iPhone X might show some…

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Crunch Report | Apple could give us a bigger iPhone X, Lyft goes to Canada

Crunch Report | Apple could give us a bigger iPhone X, Lyft goes to Canada Today’s Stories  Apple could give us a bigger iPhone X next year Lyft heads to Toronto, Canada in December, the first city outside the United States SoftBank might not do the deal with Uber after all Credits Written by: Sarah BuhrHosted by: Sarah BuhrFilmed by: Joe ZolnoskiEdited by: John Murillo Notes: Tito’s continues his journey out in the Outback this week so you’re with me till Friday. Let’s enjoy this moment together. Thanks <3 Ok, bye. Published at…

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iOS 11.2 is going to support faster 7.5W Qi wireless charging

iOS 11.2 is going to support faster 7.5W Qi wireless charging The iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X all support wireless charging using the Qi standard. It means that iPhones are now compatible with hundreds of chargers out there. But iPhone Qi charging is currently limited to 5W, or the slowest wireless charging speed. Apple is currently working on iOS 11.2 — this update is going to support 7.5W charging, as MacRumors spotted. Wireless charging is nice if you don’t want to plug in your phone every time…

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Apple could launch a bigger iPhone X Plus next year, report says

Apple could launch a bigger iPhone X Plus next year, report says KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo wrote a new report about Apple’s plans for next year. According to him, the company is going to release three new iPhone devices next year. They’ll all have edge-to-edge displays with a notch. The successor of the iPhone X could be roughly the same size and shape. According to Kuo, this new iPhone would feature a 5.8-inch display with a density of 458 pixels per inch. This is exactly the same specifications as…

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Mysterious ‘green line of death’ appears on some iPhone X displays

Mysterious ‘green line of death’ appears on some iPhone X displays It wouldn’t be the launch of a first-generation Apple product without a few hiccups — who can forget Antennagate and Bendgate? — and the iPhone X is no different. A handful of users report that a mysterious and inextinguishable green line has appeared on their device’s display. The above images, from Twitter users mix0mat0sis, Nate Heagy and Christian Roman, represent a few of the examples of the “green line of death” as the latter called it. No one seems…

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Apple said to be working on AR headset aimed for potential 2020 ship date

Apple said to be working on AR headset aimed for potential 2020 ship date Apple is working on technology that would enable it to build an augmented reality headset by 2019, with shipping targeted for as soon as 2020, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The device would be independent from Apple’s iPhone or other mobile devices, with its own built-in display, OS (dubbed ‘rOS’ internally), and a new custom processor, per the report. Apple CEO Tim Cook has been bullish on the prospects of AR in past interviews,…

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Apple’s iPad could drop the home button and add Face ID in 2018

Apple’s iPad could drop the home button and add Face ID in 2018 Apple is reportedly working on a redesign of the iPad that includes dropping the Home button and slimming down the bezels on the top-end model, as well as adding facial recognition tech to allow for Face ID unlocking and more. Bloomberg says the redesigned iPad could make its consumer debut as early as next year. The upgraded tablet would likely sit at the top of the iPad line, which would probably make it an iPad Pro, and…

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iPhone X first weekend adoption tops the iPhone 8 models

iPhone X first weekend adoption tops the iPhone 8 models The iPhone X is already showing strong consumer adoption, according to a new report from Localytics out today, despite the fact that long shipping delays for pre-orders mean many customers have yet to receive their devices. That said, iPhone X managed to grab 0.93 percent of the overall market share for iPhones after the first weekend of sales, the firm found. To be clear, this data isn’t referencing iPhone sales – it instead measures market share based on consumers’ app usage….

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Tests give iPhone X display top honors, but camera is merely competitive

Tests give iPhone X display top honors, but camera is merely competitive Lab tests on the recently released iPhone X put Apple’s new flagship in the highest tiers of quality when it comes to the display and camera, but it’s only in the former category that it truly leaves the competition behind. Of course, what’s the point of having great images if your screen can’t show them properly? Apple doesn’t tend to make their own displays; but while LG, Sharp and, in the iPhone X’s case, Samsung rightfully deserve credit…

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A closer look at the capabilities and risks of iPhone X face mapping

A closer look at the capabilities and risks of iPhone X face mapping On Friday Apple fans were queuing to get their hands on the newly released iPhone X: The flagship smartphone that Apple deemed a big enough update to skip a numeral. RIP iPhone 9. The shiny new hardware includes a front-facing sensor module housed in the now infamous ‘notch’ which takes an unsightly but necessary bite out of the top of an otherwise (near) edge-to-edge display and thereby enables the smartphone to sense and map depth — including…

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